If you’re thinking about getting started with Google Analytics in WordPress then you might feel a little intimidated… After all, Google Analytics is one of the most feature-rich and advanced analytics solutions out there.
Want to add custom fonts in WordPress? If you had asked about this just a couple of years ago, you would have been very unhappy with the answer. But since it is 2016, we’re pleased to report that now you have more possibilities to use custom fonts in WordPress than you can shake a stick at.
Please bear with me as I say it, but WordPress seems to be just as susceptible to trend-following as anything else. Well … okay … maybe not as much as fashion. Don’t believe me? To prove this point, today we’re looking into the 9 WordPress trends in website building to look out for in 2016.
In its default setup, WordPress isn’t particularly friendly towards visual content, per se. I mean, sure, you can publish blog posts that are chock-full of images, videos, even infographics. But when it comes to the structure of those posts themselves, you’re stuck with the standard content-sidebar layout.