- Practice Accessibility: To ensure compliance with web standards for accessibility, include ALT and TITLE descriptions on links and images to help your users.
- Use Paragraphs: Break your writing into paragraphs by using double spaces between them. WordPress will automatically detect these and insert HTML paragraph tags into your writing.
- Use Headings: If you’re writing long posts, break up the sections by using headings. Headings are set using HTML tags like h1, h2, h3, etc.
- Use HTML: While you don’t have to use HTML when writing posts in WordPress, you can use it if you want more control over elements like boxes, headings, and other containers.
- Spell Check and Proofread: Even though there are spell check plugins available, it’s a good practice to write your posts in a text editor with spell check, proofread them thoroughly, and then copy and paste into WordPress.
For more detailed information and additional best practices, you can refer to the WordPress.org documentation on writing posts.