WPBeginner–The best wordpress tutorials

Background I always want to share my RSS subscription with you guys, but if I suddenly throw a whole blanket of the subscription without any introduction, that might be so confused:P So I want to share some excellent information sources with you in another better way:) The first one is the best WordPress guide book website I thought: I found this website when I rebuilt my blog coincidently, its update frequency is high, and it targets to newbies. The author of WPBeginner is Syed Balkhi; this website focused on helping non-tech people to know about WordPress and achieve any kinds of goals. WPBeginner can help you solve some questions like: How to build up a WordPress website? How can I achieve my goal of __? Which plugin is better for me to achieve of __? What’re the best practices of WordPress? Column analysis Blog The articles inside this category teach you how to use WordPress, and it’s divided into several taxonomies: Beginners Guide Basic lessons for beginners but very useful News The articles inside this column are some news or dynamics related to WordPress itself, so if you’re a WordPress developer, this column is useful Opinion This column includes some essays with exciting new opinions about WordPress, which I love to read so much, the two articles below are an example: Showcase This column introduces different themes of WordPress based on various industries, so if you want to be a theme designer of WordPress, you can check this out. Theme It introduces the advanced usage of WordPress theme Tutorials When you finished reading the previous tutorials, this column can help you better understand the details or settings inside WordPress. WordPress Plugins This is what I recommend most; it includes many excellent plugins tutorials with a detailed introduction. Videos This column…

SendKeyForIME–language input switching tool[Win]

When I upgraded to Win10, I found a terrible change: Microsoft had disabled the composite key 「ctrl+space」 to switch language between Chinese and English, which drove me crazy because I used this composite key every day. So I decided to find the alternatives, and luckily, I have found the best solution, which is 「SendKeyForIME」. Click to download SendKeyForIME This tool had no GUI, you can open it, and it would stay in the background. With this app was opened, when you clicked the composite key 「ctrl+space」, it would automatically catch this signal a send another composite key 「Ctrl+Shift」 to the system. As long as making this app run on the system startup, you can find back your familiar habit:)