How to Configure SMTP to Send Email on SiteGround

WordPress uses PHPMailer to send its email by default. But if you ever choose to use a third-party email service, you will need to use SMTP to send email from your WordPress site. In this article, I will show you how you can configure SMTP to send email from a site hosted on SiteGround. Continue reading “How to Configure SMTP to Send Email on SiteGround”

Top WordPress PayPal Plugins Available For Free Download

Nowadays WordPress users have access to powerful e-commerce solutions like WooCommerce. WooCommerce allows you to do just about anything but it’s big. And if you are are new to online selling or just starting out with a new website you probably don’t need that much anyway. All you need is a solution that will allow you to sell your products through PayPal with some payment processing options at the same time.

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Bluehost vs HostGator – Web Hosting Comparison

Bluehost and HostGator are widely recognized for offering cheap web hosting solutions. In this Bluehost vs HostGator web hosting comparison I will review these two companies, so you can get a clear picture of what you actually get for the price. Continue reading “Bluehost vs HostGator – Web Hosting Comparison”

Cheap Managed WordPress Hosting Comparison

With the massive growth of CMS like WordPress, Managed WordPress hosting has become very popular in the WordPress community. Managed WordPress hosting is a special hosting solution, built on fine-tuned hardware and software specifically for WordPress and optimized for quality performance, speed and security. Continue reading “Cheap Managed WordPress Hosting Comparison”

How to Move from WordPress.com to a Self-Hosted WordPress site

If you have a website or blog hosted on wordpress.com and would like to migrate/move to a different hosting platform, you are in the right place. This tutorial will guide you through the whole process of switching from wordpress.com to wordpress.org (a self-hosted site running on WordPress).

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