Christian Pust

Christian Pust

WordPress developer & online marketing expert

My name is Christian and I am co-founder of the platform fastWP. Here in the magazine I am responsible for the more "technical" topics but I also like to write about SEO, which has been my passion for over 10 years now.


WordPress Guest Post Plugin

By Christian | February 3rd, 2013

Enable guest contributions directly from the frontend? With the plugin "User Submitted Posts" this is very easy to implement.

Lock admin area for normal users

By Christian | 19 January 2013

In this article you will learn how to lock the WordPress admin area for normal users.

Optimus: Optimize images automatically

By Christian | 31 December 2012

Optimus is a plugin for image optimization in WordPress. What exactly it does and if it is worth it, you will find out in the article.

WP-Nicescroll: Smooth scrolling for WordPress

By Christian | December 15, 2012

Update: For those interested, I recommend implementing soft scrolling not with WP-Nicescroll and jQuery as described here, but with the following snippet. The linked method is much more efficient and resource-saving than WP-Nicescroll. Inhaltsverzeichnis jQuery Nicescroll ScriptSimple but effectiveUse needs to be consideredLinks jQuery Nicescroll Script This morning I was looking for the jQuery Nicescroll Script, which [...]

CSS3 Image Filter effects

By Christian | December 13, 2012

CSS3 makes it possible CSS3 is really great, because the possibilities to create beautiful effects without much effort have never been greater. In the past, a blur effect needed Flash or Javascript, today it is simply implemented with CSS3. All you need are modern browsers, but most of them already support the tags or plan to do so [...]

WordPress Next- Previous-Post-Links

By Christian | December 12, 2012

Small things often make big trouble Today there was finally the new WordPress update and in the course of it, I thought to myself, that I would adapt one or the other thing at the theme. Only small details actually, but as we all know, they often last the longest. This is about the Next- and Previous-Post-Links, which WordPress already [...]

5 Alternatives to the WordPress search

By Christian | December 9, 2012

In this article we report about 5 alternatives to the WordPress search.

WDF Plugin for WordPress

By Christian | December 6, 2012

Inhaltsverzeichnis I treat myself nothing elseWhat is actually WDF?WDF Plugin for WordPressUse and performanceHow high should the WDF be?Conclusion to the WordPress WDF PluginLinks I treat myself nothing else Christmas is getting closer and somehow I'm already becoming a consumer victim. Buy, buy, buy, is my current motto, because at the moment I treat myself [...]

German developers are arrogant and conceited

By Christian | December 5, 2012

Bloggers, webmasters, or whatever, will eventually reach their limits. This happens inevitably, because as soon as a website really makes money, it has to be taken care of intensively. The technology must be right to ensure security and that no visitor has a negative experience. The design must be developed further, because standstill does not necessarily contribute to success. So there is a lot to do and sooner or later the time comes when external developers have to be engaged. A lesson should always be learned first: If you can't do something, let a professional do it. That makes sense, but especially beginners usually prefer to try to help themselves with tutorials. A mistake that brings insight later.