San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) May 16, 2014
PHPMatters has announced its official release. As one of the largest resource sites for PHP tutorials, PHPMatters focuses on offering coding tutorials for web developers and assisting webmasters in creating, customizing and optimizing their PHP based websites.
On the homepage, the editors have worked out a quick and simple guide on the top 4 resources that are needed to start a web presence. To achieve online success, webmasters should complete the process of selecting and installing a PHP script, choosing a proper website theme or template, purchasing a shared, VPS or dedicated server hosting package, and then making efforts in post writing, SEO and Internet marketing. Detailed guides are offered on each of the steps.
In the "Tutorial" section, there are a large number of tips and tricks in relation to popular PHP based scripts including WordPress, Joomla and Drupal, such as the installation of software, the configuration of plugin and the customization of theme.
Besides, the category tagged as tutorial includes beginners' guide on common simple issues, blog writing strategies, instruction books for developers and businesses, coding stuff, online monetization, industry news, search engine optimization tools and skills, excellent example showcasing, social networking solutions, and high quality themes and templates.
In addition, PHPMatters presents independent reviews on web hosting companies and their packages with monitoring statistics to figure out whether they are good options for hosting PHP scripts. The site also introduces some of the best deals and coupons from leading web hosts.
For easy website management and optimization, the editors have introduced several easy-to-use tools that enhance blogging and business strategies: Grammarly for quick grammar check, MaxCDN for global page load acceleration, Pingdom for site outage monitoring, and SEMRush for SEO improvement.
Visitors who have troubles or questions are allowed to contact the management team through the ways offered in the "Contact Us" page.
Founded by Eunge and Susan, two PHP developers and Internet marketers with over 10 years' experience, the site is managed and maintained actively by a team of professional developers devoting full effort and attention to their work.
PHPMatters is currently available on Google+, Twitter and Facebook.