Learn how to add related posts to the bottom of every article with the built-in Recommended Reading section by using tags in WordPress.
I’m assuming if you’re here that you already own this theme. In that case, thank you and I love you ❤️ Now, if you’re just getting started, you’ll need a hosting account and a domain name. Personally, I use WPEngine (aff link) and GoDaddy (not an aff link). But feel free to use whatever you
The fewer plugins you have on your blog, the faster it’ll be. And page speed is critical for SEO. Page speed is just one ranking factor in Google’s ever-changing algorithm. If you’re a smaller blog and you’re trying to compete in the SERPs with the big players, what advantages do you have
Carbonate posts and pages look great on both desktop and mobile platforms. It’s designed to be completely responsive and easy-to-read. The content comes first before design. With Carbonate, you can use both the Classic and Gutenberg editors in WordPress. On this site, I’m using Gutenberg, but
Carbonate comes with a default color scheme. It’s the exact color scheme you see on this site because this site uses the Carbonate theme. So meta. I made it really easy to change the colors of this theme in the style.css file. All you have to do is open the theme editor in WordPress to see this
At the bottom of every post, you can display a “Recommended Reading” section. This is great to keep people engaged with the content on your site and lower your bounce rate. In order to activate this feature (which is built into this theme), you have to utilize post tags. All you have to do is
NOTE: There is no support offered to use this plugin. You’ll need to know how to code in HTML, CSS, and PHP. Code at your own risk! I tried to make it dead simple to customize the navigation menu and logo. And the header is responsive, so there are a few things to consider here when adding your