20th July 2017
Private posts and pages on WordPress can be very useful for hiding content that is internal to the orgnaisation or perhaps a little too sensitive for common consumption. However, only WordPress Administrator and Editor user types will be able to see the private content and this might be a little restrictive for your requirements. What, for example, if you want another user type to have read access to the private content, without necessarily being able to create or edit such content? Here is one quick solution which makes WordPress private content visible to your Subscriber users
We're all pretty clear by now that having a clear web page title in a H1 tag is good for SEO, but what if we have multiple H1 tags? How will that look to users and to Search Engines and does it hurt our SEO? Here we look at the question of multiple H1 tags and SEO with relevance to HTML5 and theme design.
Usually we definitely want search engines to crawl our websites and index them for us. However, there is at least one scenario where it is precisely the opposite effect we are seeking - to prevent our development website from being indexed by Google, or indeed any of the major Search Engines. Here is the how and why of preventing your site from being indexed