People are picky eaters – they have different tastes, different diets…you get the idea. So if you have a recipe blog, creating a WordPress recipe directory lets people dig into your full catalog of food and find the recipes they’ll absolutely love.
In this post, you’ll learn how to create your own flexible WordPress recipe directory that lists all your recipes in an easy-to-browse table format, along with options for your hungry visitors to:
Filter out recipes by categories or tags – like only showing desserts, or only showing dinners that also follow the ketogenic diet.
Search for specific recipes by keyword.
Click through to the full recipe to see all the ingredients and instructions.
If you’re regularly cooking up delicious food, a WordPress recipe theme gives you a chance to share those tasty creations with the world. But with all the options out there, finding the perfect food WordPress theme to give your food the attention it deserves can be tough.
To help, we’ve collected 15+ of the best WordPress recipe themes for all types of food blogs. We’ll jump into the themes right away. Then, at the end of the post, we’ll share some tips to help you choose the perfect recipe theme for WordPress. Continue Reading
Looking for the perfect food blog theme to help you start sharing your delicious recipes with the world? In this post, we’ll compare two popular WordPress food themes, Foodie Pro ($129.95) vs Foodica ($69), to help you find the best solution to connect your cooking with hungry readers around the globe. Continue Reading
Beyond being a thorn in the side of many a WordPress webmaster, Google’s PageSpeed Insights tool is also one of the most well-known tools for WordPress speed optimization.
This free tool accepts your site’s URL and spits back two scores that indicate how optimized your site is for mobile and desktop visitors.
These scores are no longer just theoretical – they’re now based on real performance data, and they also have a real effect on your site, with Google using page speed as a ranking factor for both its desktop and mobile search results.
In this post, we’ll explain the recent changes to PageSpeed Insights. Then, we’ll share some WordPress page speed tips that you can use to speed up your site and get a better score. Continue Reading
Hello! This is the latest in our case study series, where we talk to WPZOOM users using our themes in interesting and inspiring real-world environments.
Today we’re talking with John from Egg Design, a web design company based in Killarney, Ireland. As you’ll hear, John builds results-focused WordPress websites for clients, and he uses WPZOOM themes to do it. Continue Reading