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The Ultimate Landing Page Cheat Sheet
Digital Marketing

The Ultimate Landing Page Cheatsheet.

Creating an eye-catching and high conversion landing page might seem like a herculean task. But with this cheat sheet next to you, you will be rest assured that you don’t miss out on any of the important details.

Setup WordPress Staging with Hustly and Plesk
Documents and Guides

How to create a staging site for your WordPress website

As a website owner, having a staging website is often critical to test new changes. Luckily, if you are on a Hustly managed WordPress hosting plan, we have made this process easy for you. Easily create a staging site and sync your changes to your production website. For this tutorial, we recommend using a modern web browser on a desktop/mac or laptop/macbook sized device.

Hustly - Getting started with WordPress and understanding the basics.
WordPress

A beginner’s guide to understanding WordPress and its basics.

WordPress is the internet’s favorite way to create your own website or blog. An advanced CMS like WordPress, allows users to update web pages, blog posts, images or e-commerce products without any programming or coding. Just about any kind of website can be built with WordPress.

WordPress Themes
Documents and Guides

How To Safely Install WordPress Themes

There are over 8500 WordPress themes in the WordPress theme directory, and installing them only takes a few clicks. Here’s our step-by-step guide.

cache-cdn-settings
Documents and Guides

How To Clear Your WordPress Website’s Cache & CDN

As a website administrator, you will often need to purge your cache and CDN in order to see the latest changes on your website. This guide will show you how to purge your front-end and primary website cache, as well as your CDN.

WordPress - How many plugins are too many?
WordPress

How many plugins is too many for your WordPress website?

Generally 10-15 plugins are enough for some websites to meet their needs. This is particularly true for inexperienced website administrators who need simpler websites. It is common for bigger websites to use 40 or more plugins, but they are often maintained by experienced engineers. Theoretically, you could install hundreds of plugins, but we highly recommend keeping the number below 40.