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  • You Really Need to Check Out the Conductor Plugin

    Bob Dunn
    Bob Dunn
    22 Oct 2014 | 5:04 am
    The Conductor plugin is great. I have been meaning to do a post on it, but just haven’t had the time lately. The reason I am a bit frustrated by having not done it yet is that I know so many users who could really use this plugin. To give you an idea, here are a couple of scenarios I […] The post You Really Need to Check Out the Conductor Plugin appeared first on WordPress Video Tutorials and Training by BobWP.           
  • WordPress Android App Version 3.2

    WordPress.org Mobile Apps
    13 Oct 2014 | 2:27 am
    The WordPress Android app version 3.2 is now available in the Google Play Store. Version 3.2 includes some great new redesigns, notification improvements, and a better post upload experience. Notifications Screen Redesign The notifications screen has been redesigned to give you a more consolidated and easier way to read your notifications. Improved Post Upload Experience We redesigned the post and page upload notification with a thumbnail image and a progress bar. General Changes Post list now auto refreshes (you’ll probably never have to pull to refresh that view). You can infinitely…
  • Important Security essentials for Ecommerce Website to Improve Sales

    eCommerce Web Design - Web Developer - Magento - Amazon Webstore - CRM Developer | Gowebbaby
    18 Oct 2014 | 1:56 am
    Ecommerce security is not an advantage over your online competitors but it does become a big flaw if you don’t have it. Don’t expect online visitors to become your customers while you can’t offer them the basic security of dealing in online retail market. This article covers essential security coverage your ecommerce webstore must have. There are certain security checks at various points which assure safe processing on your online shopping store. Ecommerce Platform and Hosting Services Whenever you are starting your online shopping store you must consider security offered by your…
  • Creating an MVP With WordPress

    Tomas Laurinavicius
    20 Oct 2014 | 12:00 am
    It’s been one year since the idea of a natural looking stock photo marketplace came to my head and the long startup development cycle started. In this article, I’d like to share some of the stuff I’ve learnt, hacking my way, bootstrapping and launching an MVP (Minimum Viable Product) based on WordPress. Refe is a marketplace of natural looking stock photography of people interacting with technology. What Is an MVP? Minimum Viable Product, usually referred as MVP, is simply a product that has minimal value for the highest return on invested time and/or money. The term was…
  • The Best Email Service For Business

    Nimbus Themes
    Evan Scoboria
    21 Oct 2014 | 8:15 am
    We’ve helped many small businesses set up websites over the last decade – it’s one of the first concrete steps most businesses take to create a public presence. Typically, the... Read the full post at Nimbus Themes
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    Matt Mullenweg

  • Retina 5k Mac

    Matt Mullenweg
    21 Oct 2014 | 5:42 pm
    To me one of the most meaningful shifts in computing the past few years has been how the resolution of displays is getting higher and higher, and interfaces are starting to become resolution independent. I feel like when pixels disappear there’s less of a wall between people and the technology, it starts to blend a meld a bit more. It’s something I’ve been personally passionate about since the first retina iPhone, tirelessly beating the drum at Automattic to make everything we do shine on hi-DPI screens, or leading the WordPress 3.8 release that brought in MP6 project to…
  • Life and Work at the Distributed Wonderland

    Matt Mullenweg
    20 Oct 2014 | 9:26 am
    Luca Sartoni writes How I fell into the rabbit hole: life and work at the distributed wonderland.
  • Run Better

    Matt Mullenweg
    19 Oct 2014 | 4:51 pm
    Joe Boydston, the self-described “crazy running guy” who runs as far as 90+ miles from the airport to WordCamps or meetups when he lands, has written a bit about how to run better. At our company meetup he ran running workshops and coached a lot of people including myself, and applying his suggestions I’ve been able to do a lot better.
  • Pink Drill Bits

    Matt Mullenweg
    18 Oct 2014 | 4:27 pm
    Fracking company teams up with Susan G. Komen, introduces pink drill bits for the cure, presented without comment. Hat tip: Kristin Grimm.
  • Moving into Management

    Matt Mullenweg
    17 Oct 2014 | 11:00 am
    “The biggest misconception engineers have when thinking about moving into management is they think it’s a promotion.” — Lindsay Holmwood writes It’s not a promotion – it’s a career change. Hat tip: Gary Pendergast.
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    WordPress.com News

  • Longreads’ Best of WordPress, Vol. 7

    Mark Armstrong
    22 Oct 2014 | 10:08 am
    Here it is! A new collection of our favorite stories from across all of WordPress. As always, you can find our past collections here. You can follow Longreads on WordPress.com for more daily reading recommendations, or subscribe to our free weekly email. Publishers, writers, you can share links to your favorite essays and interviews (over 1,500 words) on Twitter (#longreads) and on WordPress.com by tagging your posts longreads. 1. What Happens When a Veteran High School Teacher Becomes a Student for the Day Grant Wiggins “I waited fourteen years to do something that I should have done my…
  • A New My Sites Section

    Andy Peatling
    20 Oct 2014 | 10:10 pm
    My Sites just got a new look, but more importantly, it got a technical overhaul, making the page dramatically faster and more powerful. From one central location, scan and select any of your WordPress sites or create new ones with the support of a more visual interface. Head directly to the posts or pages of a particular WordPress or launch stats to glimpse trends and get inspiration for blog or website content.  Access themes, user settings, and sharing options with a click to make WordPress your own. The new My Sites page is a small piece of a larger effort to make WordPress.com faster,…
  • New Theme: Penscratch

    Caroline Moore
    16 Oct 2014 | 10:00 am
    Today we have a brand new free theme especially for writers and bloggers! Penscratch Penscratch is a clean, sophisticated theme for sharing your writing. Whether you’re working on an analytical essay, an anthology of poems, or a piece of long-form fiction, Penscratch makes for a pleasant reading and writing experience all around. Choose between a one- or two-column layout by adding widgets, add links to your favorite social networks, customize your home on the web with a site logo or header image, or add fancy pull quotes throughout your content. Penscratch is also responsive, ensuring…
  • Starting Next Week: Blogging 201

    Ben Huberman
    15 Oct 2014 | 8:00 am
    Blogging 201: Branding and Growth starts Monday, October 20. If you’re a recent alum of Blogging 101 looking to build on the skills you’ve developed so far, or a blogger looking for new ways to grow your site and its audience, this is the course for you. What will Blogging 201 cover? We’ll introduce tools to increase your traffic within WordPress.com as well as through other platforms, discuss ways to develop a coherent, effective brand for your blog, and show how to use your archives and your site’s stats to build your readership. During this two-week course…
  • Around the World in Nine Photos

    14 Oct 2014 | 8:00 am
    Do you love stories from around the world? Check out the work of the following nine photographers on WordPress.com and allow your imagination to take you away… Nathanael‘s monochrome photo of the Star Lite Motel in Mt. Airy, North Carolina, conjures images of wayward romances and clandestine meetings. We loved the marquee’s message, “Forgive and forget its human to err.” (sic) which offers an almost haunting absolution. For more of Nathanael’s work, check out his blog, G’Nat’s Eye View. Photo by P. Nathanael Gough The image below, by UK…
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    WordPress Planet

  • WPTavern: Unsplash Plugin Brings One-Click Stock Photo Uploads to the WordPress Media Library

    Sarah Gooding
    22 Oct 2014 | 3:27 pm
    Unsplash, the free stock photo site, quickly became popular with designers, due to its tasteful curating of images. All of the high resolution images on the site are carefully selected, and you’d be hard-pressed to find a bad photo among them. Unsplash gradually grows its collection by adding 10 new photos every 10 days, all of which are available under the very permissive Creative Commons Zero license. Unsplash WP is the first plugin created to bring these images into WordPress. With one click you can upload stock photos directly into the media library without having to leave the…
  • WPTavern: Tickets Still Available to Watch The WordCamp San Francisco Live Stream

    Jeff Chandler
    22 Oct 2014 | 2:22 pm
    This weekend, the annual WordPress conference known as WordCamp San Francisco will take place. It’s the only conference to feature “The State of the Word” presented by Matt Mullenweg. If you can’t make it to the event, there are still plenty of live stream tickets available. Live stream tickets cost $10 and allow you to enjoy the conference from the comfort of your home. However, if you buy a Live Stream Plus T-Shirt ticket for $18, you’ll receive a T-Shirt immediately following the event. When purchasing tickets, make sure you log into your WordPress.org…
  • WPTavern: BuddyPress 2.2 Will Add Support for Composer

    Sarah Gooding
    22 Oct 2014 | 3:32 am
    BuddyPress lead developer Paul Gibbs committed support for Composer to BuddyPress core this week. Developers who want to check it out can find the json file at: trunk/src/composer.json. If you’re not yet familiar with Composer, it’s essentially a tool for dependency management in PHP. It is designed to manage packages on a per-project basis by bringing in any dependent libraries that you declare in the composer.json file. The dependencies are then automatically installed in a vendor directory or other specified location inside your project. BuddyPress is not yet listed on…
  • WPTavern: How to Increase or Decrease The Font Size in The Visual Editor

    Jeff Chandler
    22 Oct 2014 | 2:36 am
    photo credit: Mr Ush – cc If you use the visual editor to write posts or pages, you’ll know that the font can sometimes be hard to read due to its size. Some themes use a tiny font in the visual editor and unless you know how to apply CSS changes, you’re stuck with it. Luckily, there’s a plugin available specifically for the purpose of adjusting the font size in the visual editor called Visual Editor Font Size. Developed by Nikolay Bachiyski, Visual Editor Font Size adds a meta box to the post editor. After installing and activating the plugin, check the screen options…
  • WPTavern: Comparing The Photo Publishing Experience of WordPress For iOS to Facebook and Twitter

    Jeff Chandler
    22 Oct 2014 | 1:30 am
    photo credit: angusf – cc In late September, WordPress.com published the first in a series of short videos that shows how easy it is to publish content from a mobile device. In the 15 second video entitled “Welcome Home,” a user is seen taking photos with an iPhone in various locations. Near the end of the video, the user taps the WordPress mobile app icon and sees a post with one of the images captured by the phone. What’s not shown is the process of publishing the photo. The take away from the video is that it’s easy to publish photos to WordPress.com from a…
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    WordPress.org Mobile Apps

  • WordPress Android App Version 3.2

    13 Oct 2014 | 2:27 am
    The WordPress Android app version 3.2 is now available in the Google Play Store. Version 3.2 includes some great new redesigns, notification improvements, and a better post upload experience. Notifications Screen Redesign The notifications screen has been redesigned to give you a more consolidated and easier way to read your notifications. Improved Post Upload Experience We redesigned the post and page upload notification with a thumbnail image and a progress bar. General Changes Post list now auto refreshes (you’ll probably never have to pull to refresh that view). You can infinitely…
  • WordPress for iOS 4.3 Released

    Brad Angelcyk
    4 Sep 2014 | 8:18 am
    WordPress for iOS 4.3 is here! The download is available from the App Store. Here’s a glimpse at the latest updates: Various stats improvements We know you love checking your stats on the go, wherever you may be. On your Stats page, you can now see more details in the stats chart in your Visitors and Views. Just tap on any view — Days, Weeks, Months — and then click on a particular day, week, or month to view specific views and visitors stats for that item. Follow more sites in your Reader You can now follow a blog or website, on WordPress.com and elsewhere on the web, by…
  • WordPress Android App Version 3.1

    3 Sep 2014 | 7:30 am
    The WordPress Android app version 3.1 is now available in the Google Play Store. This update brings robust statistics to the app experience, and makes keeping up with your favorite sites in the Reader even easier. Native Statistics Details Now, you can tap the bar chart in your Statistics to access more detailed stats. Tap a specific bar in the Days, Weeks, or Months views to see detailed data on your views and visitors. General Changes Automatic refresh: Statistics and Reader post lists automatically refresh when you open the app, so you always see the newest data. Improved…
  • WordPress Android App Version 3.0

    5 Aug 2014 | 10:09 am
    The WordPress Android app version 3.0 has been released in the Google Play Store. This release includes enhancements and bug fixes. Swipe between posts in the Reader You can now navigate among posts in the selected tag by swiping them. Geotagging simplified Geotagging has been redesigned. We removed the geotagging option from blog settings and added a simple button in the post settings. It’s now easier to add and remove a location to a post: to geotag a post, go to post settings and tap “Add location.” Then, you can use the “Locate” button to auto-discover your…
  • Version 2.9 of WordPress for Android

    6 Jun 2014 | 1:34 am
    The WordPress for Android 2.9 release is now available in the Google Play Store. This release includes some exciting new features, enhancements, and bug fixes. Blog Discovery Blog discovery is a new feature in the Reader that lets you: Find new blogs (based on recommendations). Preview a blog and read posts before following it. Manage your tags and blog subscriptions. Publish Icon Button We replaced the publish icon button with a contextual text button. Whether you’re saving a draft, publishing or scheduling a post, or updating one, this new button will display your action, depending…
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  • Prefixing in WordPress Themes

    Fränk Klein
    30 Sep 2014 | 2:00 am
    An important best practice when coding a WordPress theme or plugin is correct prefixing. In this post, we’ll look at: Why prefixing is needed in PHP. Why prefixing is needed in WordPress specifically. How to prefix properly in your code. Prefixing in PHP Programming uses the concept of namespaces. It’s an abstract concept that can be explained as a type of container that contains all your code. In PHP, all functions, classes, interfaces, constants and variables defined outside of functions and methods live by default in the global namespace. This means that the names you give to…
  • Five New Themes Come to WordPress.org

    Kathryn P.
    11 Sep 2014 | 6:38 am
    We’re tremendously pleased to announce the WordPress.org launch of three gorgeous portfolio themes and two elegant business themes by Automattic. Espied, Illustratr, and Sketch take advantage of the portfolio custom post type available through Jetpack to let your projects shine. Illustratr was designed by Thomas Guillot and Sketch is by illustrator and web developer Caroline Moore. Espied was created by Takashi Irie, designer of the upcoming Twenty Fifteen default theme. Edin and Goran both showcase your company or organization through an optional front-page template featuring a large…
  • Why Bootstrap is a bad fit for WordPress Themes

    Fränk Klein
    19 Aug 2014 | 12:58 pm
    Since its release in 2011, Bootstrap has quickly become the most popular front-end framework on Github. This popularity also has an impact on the world of WordPress themes, with authors using the framework during development or even releasing themes that feature Bootstrap as unique selling point. This is surprising, because Bootstrap is not a great fit for WordPress theme development. Bootstrap is the wrong tool for the job Bootstrap was created at Twitter as a tool for back-end developers to easily create interfaces for their applications. Before Bootstrap, various other libraries were…
  • Underscores With Automated Testing

    Konstantin Obenland
    17 Aug 2014 | 11:49 am
    After adding Sass support early last week, we added yet another enhancement to Underscores that should make everyone’s life easier. Philip Arthur Moore, the first external committer to the Underscores project, announced the change on his blog and went into some more details.
  • How to add Google fonts to WordPress themes

    Fränk Klein
    13 Aug 2014 | 2:00 am
    When enqueuing Google fonts, there are five things to consider: Is the font enqueued instead of included directly in the template files or CSS? Is the font enqueued on the correct hook? Is the font URL protocol independent? Can translators deactivate the font if their language’s character set isn’t supported? Can the font be dequeued by child themes? In this post, we’ll go over the best practices for enqueuing Google fonts in your WordPress theme. Introducing the Font URLs function Instead of hardcoding URLs to Google font resources, we will write a function to take…
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  • Enter for your chance to win a WordPress theme from TemplateMonster

    Jean-Baptiste Jung
    16 Oct 2014 | 7:25 am
    Prize A Premium WordPress Theme from TemplateMonster We’re looking for THREE winners, meaning we will give away THREE WordPress themes Please note: TemplateMonster has more than 1,500 WP themes to choose from and you can win ANY of them. It can be a responsive or non-responsive WordPress theme. It can be a design for a personal blog, business site, news site or even an eCommerce website. Just decide which WP theme you need and win it! How to Win All you have to do to enter the giveaway is leave a comment at the bottom of this post telling me what your favorite TemplateMonster WordPresss…
  • SKEW: One Page & Multipage WordPress Theme – only $17!

    Jean-Baptiste Jung
    30 Sep 2014 | 4:18 am
    This powerful theme is incredibly versatile. For starters, you can use it as standard multipage website theme or the popular one-page theme that’s all the rage these days! It’s also built with a responsive design, so it’ll work anywhere your users go. Toss in a drag-and-drop page builder, Revolution Slider, SEO optimization, highly customizable features, and more, and you’ve got yourself one incredible theme! Even better, you can snag this Mighty Deal for a mere $17! Skew WordPress Theme Highlights: 2 Versions in 1 The Skew WordPress Theme is so powerful, it offers up…
  • Get Your Free Copy of X Theme Now

    Jean-Baptiste Jung
    25 Sep 2014 | 3:45 am
    Feature-Rich With X Theme, you are free to give shape to countless unique websites, using a drag-and-drop builder that incorporates a live previewer, so you may quantify your every move in real time. Additionally, both the documentation and the customer support attached to X Theme are excellent, its shortcodes are awesome, and the most recent version (2.5.1) is optimized for bbPress and BuddyPress. There are four Stacks to speak of for now, but more are on their way: Integrity, Renew, Icon, and Ethos. Consider using the latter when you’re working on a site related to photography or…
  • WordPress tip: Modify any role name to fit your needs

    Jean-Baptiste Jung
    15 Sep 2014 | 4:38 am
    Simply paste this code into your function.php file. Edit lines 5 and 6 at your convenience. function wps_change_role_name() { global $wp_roles; if ( ! isset( $wp_roles ) ) $wp_roles = new WP_Roles(); $wp_roles->roles['contributor']['name'] = 'Owner'; $wp_roles->role_names['contributor'] = 'Owner'; } add_action('init', 'wps_change_role_name'); Thanks to Kevin Chard for the tip!!
  • Win Membership to CrocoBlock WordPress Theme Club

    Jean-Baptiste Jung
    7 Sep 2014 | 10:23 am
    I’m looking for 3 winners, and each winner will get a one month membership to CrocoBlock, or it would be better to say a one month membership to the fastest growing WordPress theme club on the net. About CrocoBlock CB is a recently launched WP themes club which grows really fast. As of now, there are over 90 themes at CrocoBlock, among them are WordPress themes, WooCommerce themes and JigoShop themes. But the best thing is that new themes are released every week.Now let’s get to the details of the giveaway. As I’ve already mentioned I’ll choose 3 winners:…
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    Elegant Themes Blog

  • Say Hello To Monarch, A Better Social Sharing Plugin For WordPress

    Nick Roach
    22 Oct 2014 | 10:47 am
    Social Media is the lifeblood that keeps the internet glowing, and Social Sharing lets you harness that activity and use it as a positive force for your business. We wanted to build a plugin that empowered WordPress users to foster a vibrant community; to get more shares, more followers, and to do so in a way that didn’t sacrifice the integrity of your beautiful design or slow down your loading speeds to an aggravating crawl. Monarch introduces brand new social sharing methods that are certain to improve the social sharing activity on your website. This isn’t just a floating…
  • Getting The Most Out Of The WordPress Post Editor

    Nathan B. Weller
    21 Oct 2014 | 9:22 am
    Chances are that if you’re using WordPress then most of your time within the admin is in the WordPress post/page editor. It is, after all, where all of the content for your site is created. And yet, there are not a lot of blog posts out there helping users get the most out of this all-important admin area. “What you see is what you get” may be the term for how the editor functions, but that doesn’t need to be our attitude towards the editor itself. In fact, as I hope to show in today’s post, if you take some time to explore the WordPress editor more closely…
  • Using The WordPress Debug Log

    Josh Pollock
    20 Oct 2014 | 9:54 am
    Do you ever make mistakes? I do. The first step to fixing your mistakes is knowing what the mistake is. I can’t solve all of your problems, but I can help fix those that are generated by PHP code on your WordPress site by helping you work with debug logs. A few weeks ago, when I wrote about customizing your WordPress site’s wp-config.php file, I covered settings for debugging. I covered both how to show errors, and when you might not want to do that. While enabling WP_DEBUG, as I described in that article is important in development, you may have some non-fatal errors and…
  • How To Manage The WordPress Sidebar

    Jay Hoffmann
    19 Oct 2014 | 10:00 am
    Sidebars can be a confusing term in WordPress. This is mostly because in the context of themes and web design, the sidebar is a component of a website’s layout. But in WordPress, sidebar can also refer to dynamic sidebars, or widgetized areas. These are blocks of space where you can drag and drop widgets in the WordPress admin, then output them to your theme, anywhere. To add to the confusion, dynamic sidebars do not necessarily have to output their content to the sidebar in your layout, they can actually be included in any template file. In this post, I’ll briefly touch on what…
  • 10 WordPress Backup Plugins You Need to Know About

    Brenda Barron
    18 Oct 2014 | 10:00 am
    Everyone has a data loss horror story. “I was right in the middle of finishing that report when my computer crashed—I lost everything!” Or, more relevant to the WordPress using set, “I was installing plugin/theme/update X and it broke my site. Now I can’t get my old information back no matter how hard I try!” A real problem to be sure. But it’s one that can be easily prevented. In fact, there are countless backup plugins available that make keeping a copy of your site’s data on hand extraordinarily simple. That’s what I’m going to talk…
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  • 23 Top Tools for WordPress Freelancers, Designers, and Developers

    Editorial Staff
    22 Oct 2014 | 7:09 am
    WordPress is one of the fastest growing skillset on the freelancer websites like oDesk and elance. With thousands of WordPress freelancers, designers, developers working to get the same projects, you need the best tools to stay ahead of the competition. In this article, we will show the 23 top tools for WordPress freelancers, designers, and developers that will make your life easier. 1. Time Doctor As the name suggests, Time Doctor is a productivity tool that allows you to monitor how you spend time while working. It can be used by teams as well as individuals. It can track and monitor times…
  • Image Alt Text vs Image Title in WordPress – What’s the Difference?

    Editorial Staff
    21 Oct 2014 | 5:05 am
    A large amount of web content consists of images however not many website owners optimize their images for speed or better search rankings. Even though WordPress comes with the option to add alt text and image title, often beginners do not understand the difference and how to use them. In this article, we will show you the difference between image alt text vs image title in WordPress. What is Alt Text and Image Title Alt text or alternate text is an attribute added to an image tag in HTML. This text appears inside the image container when the image can not be displayed. It helps search…
  • How to Fix WordPress Website Not Updating Right Away

    Editorial Staff
    20 Oct 2014 | 7:10 am
    Recently one of our users asked us why their WordPress website was not updating right away. Basically any changes he made to widgets or new posts would not show up on the home page right away. In this article, we will show you how to fix WordPress website not updating right away. WordPress Site Not Updating Right Away? The most common symptom of this problem is new posts not appearing on the homepage of your WordPress site. While you can still view the single post by clicking on the view post link from the WordPress admin area, you are unable to see it on the main page. Another common symptom…
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    Premium WordPress Business Themes | SoloStream

  • Web Design Inspiration

    Rob C.
    22 Oct 2014 | 8:02 pm
    Sometimes it is hard to find the inspiration to get back into the process of designing your site, especially if you keep hitting roadblocks and obstacles. To make things worse, you may be responsible for managing multiple sites. To make things easier for you, we have developed a range of packages so you can get...
  • How To Reply To Comments Via Email

    Rob C.
    20 Oct 2014 | 3:12 pm
    There is a nifty plugin known as Postmatic. Postmatic is a WordPress plugin that goes above the call of duty in messaging and offers some powerful options for users who want to maintain their comments and dialogue via email. Traditionally, users could get notified of a comment via email, but this particular plugin allows users...
  • Is It Time To Start A New Site?

    Rob C.
    19 Oct 2014 | 9:48 pm
    Many bloggers and business owners have come to love WordPress for the option of starting their own personal, free, easy-to-use webpage. These web pages can be as simple as a personal recipe book, to much more elaborate and sophisticated online stores. Every site has its own appearance and brand, and choosing a theme can only...
  • How To Add Your Plugin To The WordPress Directory

    Rob C.
    15 Oct 2014 | 6:53 pm
    Many small to medium web development businesses will enjoy the fun and excitement of putting their developers to work on developing the next best plugin. The WordPress directory has over 30,000 plugins, but that is just a drop in the bucket compared to the number of web sites that use plugins. While I am not...
  • Killian – When You Want To Rock Your Site With A Free Theme

    Rob C.
    13 Oct 2014 | 7:01 pm
    Killian is “killin it” with its sleek curves and professional looking style. It is just what the doctor ordered and the price is FREE! You can demo or download the beauty right here: http://www.solostream.com/free-wordpress-themes/ Check out how great it looks! It is honestly one of the cleanest 2-column themes I have seen, considering that all...
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    WP Jedi

  • Accept Bitcoin Donations: 3 WordPress Plugins

    Wordpress Jedi
    22 Oct 2014 | 7:00 am
    Bitcoin has been around for quite a while. It has gone through its ups and downs, but the community behind it is still going strong. Many merchants have started accepting Bitcoin as a form of...
  • Send Post Status Notifications by E-mail: 3 WordPress Plugins

    Wordpress Jedi
    21 Oct 2014 | 6:21 am
    We all would love to believe that our loyal readers will remember to check our website when we have a new post. But that is not always the case. Sending them a notification every time you write an...
  • Inline Tweet Sharer: Create Twitter Links in WordPress

    Wordpress Jedi
    20 Oct 2014 | 6:20 am
    Twitter is still one of the most popular social platforms around. It can drive a ton of traffic to your site if you spend some time to connect with your followers and contribute to the community. ...
  • 5 User Access Managers for WordPress

    Wordpress Jedi
    19 Oct 2014 | 6:30 am
    Understanding WordPress roles is very important for those of you running a growing community. You need to make sure people, whether they are authors, contributors, or editors, only have access to the...
  • Woocommerce Delivery Date: Let Your Customers Choose

    Wordpress Jedi
    18 Oct 2014 | 6:54 am
    WooCommerce is one of the best e-commerce plugins around. It makes selling physical and digital products very easy. It is true that many of us use WooCommerce to sell digital goods. But if you have...
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    WPMU DEV's Blog - Everything WordPress

  • 9 Plugins to Turn Your WordPress Site Into an Online Magazine

    Brenda Barron
    23 Oct 2014 | 5:00 am
    Now is the best time to build a magazine on WordPress. Seriously. All the tools are there. And WordPress is getting more feature-rich by the day. So, you have a real opportunity to create something stellar. We’ve already covered how to set up an issues-based magazine in the past using manual coding as well as how to create a magazine cover-style homepage, so we won’t rehash old material here. What I will do, however, is cover some of the best plugins out there right now that make turning a standard WordPress site into a real online magazine. Like a real-deal, totally legit…
  • How to Create WordPress Custom Post Types

    Daniel Pataki
    22 Oct 2014 | 5:00 am
    The custom post type feature is what transforms WordPress from a blogging platform to a fully-fledged content management system. Post types cannot be created and managed from the admin but can be exposed very easily using a little code. In this article, I’ll show you how to create a custom post type for recipes and take you from the very basics to some more complex cases. Let’s begin. Create your own custom post type. What Is A Post? Before getting into custom post types I think we should clarify some terminology since the naming convention results in a bit of confusion. It is…
  • Our 5% – Join WPMU DEV to Support WordPress.org

    James Farmer
    21 Oct 2014 | 10:05 pm
    About a month back, Matt Mullenweg proposed that companies directly involved in WordPress should contribute “Five for the Future,” specifically that they: …Should dedicate 5% of their people to working on something to do with core — be it development, documentation, security, support forums, theme reviews, training, testing, translation or whatever it might be that helps move WordPress mission forward. Well, for once, I find myself in total agreement, and here’s how we’d like to make that commitment. This needs to be your idea of Nirvana Supporting the…
  • Why You Shouldn’t Use functions.php (And What You Should Do Instead)

    Tom Ewer
    21 Oct 2014 | 7:30 am
    I believe people who use WordPress can be separated into three broad camps: Plug and players: WordPress enthusiasts who are probably not experienced website designers and are looking for a turnkey solution. They will find a theme, install it, and probably get on with content creation. Tweakers: These folks will take a theme that could probably be used straight out of the box and apply their own tweaks. They will probably use the custom.css and custom_functions.php files (or similar) to customize their theme. They will take an off the shelf option and mess around with it until they have…
  • How We Are Using Crazy Egg to Radically Improve Our Product Pages

    James Farmer
    21 Oct 2014 | 5:00 am
    If you’re anything like us, you live or die by your conversion rate, and nowhere can this impact you moreso than on your project pages. There are a number of ways you can go about improving them in WordPress – A/B split testing (especially using analytics experiments, or indeed our very own A/B WordPress Theme Testing plugin) being top of the list. Knowing the figures is one thing, and knowing the behaviors is another thing entirely. Today I’d like to share with you how we’re using Crazy Egg to inform the design of our new product pages (and also give you a sneak…
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  • 8 Tips to Design Apps for Android Screens

    13 Oct 2014 | 6:26 pm
    Is it really difficult to create apps specifically meant for Android devices? Is Android being an “open source” platform a concern for app developers owing to which safe and secure apps seem to be out of Android’s dictionary? A lot of developers and competitors believe that the open source is a cause of concern especially when it becomes the source of costly and time consuming app development. Nobody can deny the fact that developing apps for Android is indeed a challenging affair, but it is not secure or it is too difficult would be exaggerating the matter. There are developers who…
  • What Is More Sought After: Native or Web Application

    29 Sep 2014 | 7:57 pm
    The evolution of Smartphones has introduced mobile applications as a harmonious whole. Ever since its emergence, the mobile application development has amazingly gathered the attention of innumerable developers across the world. Today, we have myriads of mobile applications in the app stores that are used by the consumers to perform high end complex or day-to-day activities with a flair. Observing their growing popularity, it can be said that mobile is dominant in every way. For the folks, who want to develop an application either for promoting their businesses or increasing their…
  • The ‘What’ and ‘Why’ Behind WordPress Multisite

    8 Sep 2014 | 6:31 am
    If there is something most obvious among the web developers and designers, it is the fact that WordPress is conquering the web at an unrelenting pace. And that’s something easily validated by the statistical piece that suggests that close to 75 million websites on the web depend on WordPress in some capacity. Thew Internet economy is being overwhelmingly dominated by this highly customizable and unwaveringly powerful content management system. The staggering popularity of WordPress has further pushed the WordPress developer community to aim for higher grounds and get to there with ease…
  • 10 Meetups To Join If You Are A Serious WordPress Developer

    23 Apr 2014 | 8:44 pm
    WordPress theme and plugin development has really taken off in the past couple of years. You can build an entire career off of affordable – or even free – tools that enhance other people’s websites. Being a service that eagerly encourages such third party and independent development, WP is the perfect platform to focus your efforts on. Once upon a time this was more of a hobby, but the best devs are getting serious about it. So much so that local networking groups are growing all over the world. Especially in the US, in those cities where technology is big business. If you…
  • 10 Gorgeous Flat Responsive WordPress Themes

    17 Mar 2014 | 6:33 am
    “Flat design” was developed as a response to the once-dominant design school of skeuomorphism, which attempted to recreate real world objects in iconic form. For instance: a skeuomorphic “On” button on a website might look like a real world light switch. For a variety of reasons, tastes have changed. Today, more and more users (and designers) want cleaner, more functional interfaces. Enter the “flat design” aesthetic. The gist of flat design is that usability is king. According to this philosophy, graphical user interfaces (GUI) shouldn’t be too…
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  • ElegantThemes Monarch Plugin Competition: Win 2 Lifetime Accounts Worth $249

    23 Oct 2014 | 12:50 am
    We have again teamed up again with our friends at ElegantThemes to celebrate the launch of their new social sharing plugin named Monarch. We are giving you the chance to win 2 Lifetime memberships to the site which are worth $249 each. A membership will gain you access to all 82 themes they currently sell The post ElegantThemes Monarch Plugin Competition: Win 2 Lifetime Accounts Worth $249 appeared first on WPLift.
  • The WPlift Roundup of the Best Free WordPress Themes October 2014

    22 Oct 2014 | 12:09 am
    It’s time for our monthly roundup of the Best Free WordPress Themes for October 2014. This month I released my own free theme CleanPort Lite, which is a free version of one of our best selling themes on ThemeFurnace – the WordPress.org version has custom icon widgets, multiple homepages so you can use as a The post The WPlift Roundup of the Best Free WordPress Themes October 2014 appeared first on WPLift.
  • WordPress Themes for Education: Kindergartens, Schools & Colleges

    Sunalini Rana
    21 Oct 2014 | 1:14 am
    WordPress is increasingly seeing acceptance within educational establishments – it now powers large amounts of college and university websites, as well as sites for smaller sites for personal tutors, play schools and so on. It’s the perfect solution for budget requirements so it can be used to power small sites, complete learning management solutions and The post WordPress Themes for Education: Kindergartens, Schools & Colleges appeared first on WPLift.
  • The Weekly WordPress News: Theme Preview, Awesome Bundle, 2015 in Trunk & More

    17 Oct 2014 | 2:01 am
    This week we have been finishing off our first WooCommerce theme for ThemeFurnace, I have become a big fan of the plugin since using it on a live site which has been doing very well – bringing in constant sales of a physical product. WooCommerce has been brilliant – very easy to use and every The post The Weekly WordPress News: Theme Preview, Awesome Bundle, 2015 in Trunk & More appeared first on WPLift.
  • CleanTalk: Cloud-Based Anti-Spam Plugin for WordPress, More Effective than Akismet?

    16 Oct 2014 | 12:37 am
    As you may know, spam became a big problem here on WPLift – I used to leave comments open on all articles and let Akismet handle the anti-spam but unfortunately this left me with over 4000 spammy comments that I had to delete manually, check out my post on the subject here. Since then I The post CleanTalk: Cloud-Based Anti-Spam Plugin for WordPress, More Effective than Akismet? appeared first on WPLift.
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    The Mighty Mo! Design Co. LLC » Blog

  • Prestige Conference on Saturday!

    Toby Cryns
    1 Oct 2014 | 2:15 pm
    I will be speaking at Prestige Conference on Saturday – can’t wait! My topic is called, “WordPress Moneyball”. The post Prestige Conference on Saturday! appeared first on The Mighty Mo! Design Co. LLC.
  • Move Gravity Forms Labels Into the Box/Field and Then Make Them Disappear on Click

    Toby Cryns
    29 Aug 2014 | 7:00 am
    I have a site that I wanted to quickly put a form label inside the form field and then make it disappear on click. I have done this a hundred times, but it always takes a bit of effort to re-learn how to do it. Today I discovered a WordPress plugin/addon for Gravity Forms that does exactly this with very little effort. It is called “Gravity Forms Placeholder Support Add-on“, and it works exactly as advertised! It saved me about 30 minutes of googling and writing code (not to mention about 3 headaches from the aforementioned activity). I hope you find this simple and effective…
  • Neat WordPress Features You Probably Don’t Know About

    Toby Cryns
    14 Aug 2014 | 12:10 pm
    I stumbled an article describing 11 built-in WordPress features you might want to use but probably don’t know about. Enjoy! The post Neat WordPress Features You Probably Don’t Know About appeared first on The Mighty Mo! Design Co. LLC.
  • Remove WPMUDEV Notifications from WordPress Dashboard

    Toby Cryns
    11 Aug 2014 | 8:16 pm
    WPMUDEV is a neat site that offers all sorts of plugins for free and for $$$. Unfortunately, any time you install one of their plugins, it throws a super annoying “nag” message at the top – even if you buy the damn thing! Up until recently, the Remove WPMUDEV Dashboard Install Nag plugin removed those annoying messages; now it doesn’t for some reason… Rather than hack around in the plugin trying to figure out why it no longer works, I thought I would implement a simpler and more future-proof solution by throwing some “display:none” css in the admin…
  • Participating in Angelhack Manila 2014

    Carl Alberto
    6 Aug 2014 | 7:56 am
    I joined a local hackathon last week to get a glimpse of what that scene is all about. The theme of that hackathon is “Bring your own idea that would benefit everyone”. The Idea Months ago, I was working with my brother on our personal project of adding hydrogen cell on my engine to see if I can save fuel and increase my car’s efficiency. From there, I came up with something where I could help the environment in using hydrogen plugin to an engine to reduce carbon emissions. I was looking into building a  community website where people can get resources in starting their…
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    Smashing WP Themes

  • WP Theme: Luxury for Ecommerce

    20 Oct 2014 | 6:00 am
    A stylish eCommerce theme targeted at high-end online premium stores Templatic Key Features of Luxury WordPress Theme WooCommerce ready Responsive design Advanced search and filters Easy store management Tax and shipping options One page checkout Reports and order management Included coupon module Search engine optimized Advertisement ready Widgets ready Price/Preview/Download Single License – $39.00 Demo | Download Niche Tags: Ecommerce, Non-Blogging, Shopping
  • WP Theme: emaxStore for Ecommerce

    22 Sep 2014 | 7:00 am
    Comes with various options that will not only increase your sales but will also make your customers (and Google) happy by loading a lot faster than any other WooCommerce themes in the market. My Theme Shop Key Features of emaxStore Fully WooCommerce Compatible Parallax Slider Stepwise Checkout Process To Increase Conversions Comparison Tool for Easier Purchase Wishlist Option Unique Product Slider Widget Related Products Carousel Ribbons on New Products Unlimited Color & Background Options Unlimited Sidebars Mega Menu Compatible Google Fonts Price/Preview/Download Single License –…
  • WP Theme: Taskerr – TaskRabbit Clone

    1 Sep 2014 | 7:00 am
    Connect people needing jobs done with others willing to do them with your very own micro jobs marketplace (similar to Fiverr and TaskRabbit) AppThemes Key Features of Taskerr WordPress Theme 5 color schemes Extensive task info with photos & videos Reviews and comments system provide feedback Buyers dashboard to easily manage their purchases Seller dashboard to easily manage their services and tasks Flexible and powerful pricing plans Themed login & signup pages API extensibility Escrow support Search Engine Optimized Price/Preview/Download Single License – $99 Demo | Download…
  • WP Theme: Cousteau for Travels

    31 Jul 2014 | 7:00 am
    Carefully designed and developed to cater the needs of travel agencies, holiday makers and anyone in the travel industry CSSIgniter Key Features of Cousteau WordPress Themes 20 color schemes Homepage featured slider Powerful Search by location, type, budget & duration Maps and video integration Testimonials Social media integration Flexible shortcodes WPML support Price/Preview/Download $39.00 Single License Demo | Download Niche Tags: Non-Blogging, Tour, Travel
  • WP Theme: In Shape for Fitness/Sports

    30 Jul 2014 | 7:00 am
    Tons of features specially created for personal trainers, fitness aficionados and even sport gyms Themefuse Key Features of In Shape WordPress Theme Built in workout calendar Exercise and training session Workouts module – easily add your programs by workout days, muscles worked, intensity, level etc Page templates for Stories to Services to Pricing HTML 5 animated slider Sticky mega menu Multilanguage ready Search engine optimized Widget ready Price/Preview/Download Single License – $55.00 Demo | Download Niche Tags: Fitness, Health, Non-Blogging, Sports
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  • Monarch Social Sharing WordPress Plugin Review

    23 Oct 2014 | 3:49 am
    Monarch is a powerful, feature rich and customizable social sharing plugin for WordPress. The premium plugin from Elegant Themes makes it easy to add modern and stylish social sharing icons to your website. Monarch also has lots of great control and customization options. The Monarch plugin allows you add sharing icons to 5 different display locations, use unique displays like automatic pop-ups or fly-ins, easily customize the design (colours, shape, effects etc.), enable sharing on media (images and video), display your social profiles and follower counts, track social shares stats for your…
  • 5 Best Dating WordPress Themes

    21 Oct 2014 | 4:08 am
    This is a collection of the best dating WordPress themes to build a dating community website using WordPress. The premium themes below utilize the power of the free WordPress content management system together with BuddyPress – a powerful suite of social networking plugins for WordPress. Combining WordPress, BuddyPress, one these premium themes and possibility some other premium plugins you can cheaply and easily build a powerful, robust, flexible and feature rich dating community website for people who are looking for love, friendship or ‘other’ types of relationships.
  • 13 Travel Agency & Tour Company WordPress Themes

    17 Oct 2014 | 12:14 am
    Looking for a WordPress theme for a tour company or travel agency website? This is a collection of the best WordPress themes designed for travel agents, tour operators, package tour travel companies, vacation cruise companies, and other travel and tour operators. The themes allow you to easily and cheaply create a professional travel company website and list and showcase holiday, travel, cruise, tour, trek, and vacation packages that people can purchase online. Whether you’re a travel agent offering worldwide travel and holiday packages or a small local tour company providing day trips and…
  • 10+ Best Gaming WordPress Themes for Gamers

    15 Oct 2014 | 4:11 pm
    This is a collection of the best gaming WordPress themes for gamers and game websites. If you want to build a video games and console review site, online gaming magazine, or game news blog these premium themes have been built and styled specifically for gaming websites. Most of the themes are mobile friendly with responsive designs and include functionality or support for things like reviews and ratings, forums, game guides, game walkthroughs and more. They also include options to easily control and customize the layout and styling allowing you to make your website look unique. If you want to…
  • 19 Best Kids and Children WordPress Themes

    13 Oct 2014 | 9:14 pm
    This is a collection of the best children and kids WordPress themes. The themes are typically colorful, fun and playfully designed making them ideal for any sort of website and business catering to children. They would be perfect for: childcare, kindergarten, pre-school, day care centers, crèche, primary schools, kids toy shops, children’s party businesses, children’s learning and activity blogs, and any other children’s website or small businesses that caters to children. Childcare WordPress Theme The Childcare WordPress theme from ThemesBro is designed for kindergartens, nurseries,…
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    WPHUB Developer Blog

  • Getting Started: An Overview of the WordPress Admin

    Nathan Weller
    6 Oct 2014 | 10:45 am
    So, you’ve just installed WordPress and signed in to your new WordPress via “yourwebsite.com/wp-admin”. Now what? If you’re unfamiliar with WordPress, your first encounter with the admin section can seem intimidating, but we assure you, with a little exploration and experimentation you will get the hang of it in no time. This post can be your guide. The Dashboard The backend of your brand new WordPress website will look like this: The home page of your admin is called just that, Home, and it is located as a submenu under Dashboard on your admin’s main sidebar menu. You’ll notice…
  • How to Install and Configure WordPress Plugins

    Nathan Weller
    3 Oct 2014 | 1:31 pm
    In this post we’re going to show you three ways to install a WordPress plugin. But first, let’s take a moment to make sure we all know exactly what a WordPress plugin is and what it does. A WordPress plugin is a php script that extends the functionality of your WordPress website, allowing your site to do something it otherwise wouldn’t be able to do–such as integrate a newsletter service like mailchimp; sync your website with facebook; create an editorial workflow/calendar; and the list could go on. A good rule of thumb to follow when locating a plugin on the official directory is…
  • How to Install WordPress Locally

    Michael Scott
    24 Sep 2014 | 7:00 am
    It is always good practice to have testing environment installed locally where you can access it with out internet connection. It can be a real life saver if your internet connection slows down or is lost completely as you can continue to work on modifying your WordPress site in your test area and then update your live site later. This tutorial will show you how to install WordPress locally. It may seem daunting at first, but as you shall soon see, it’s actually very easy and it will give you a controlled environment to work on themes or plugins. XAMPP is a great free tool that can be…
  • How to Configure a WordPress Theme

    Michael Scott
    20 Sep 2014 | 8:46 am
    Themes control how your website looks and how content is structured. Even if you are not a designer, it is important for to understand how themes work in WordPress. This tutorial will walk you through the “Appearance” section of the WordPress admin area and show you how to make basic customizations to your website. After installing WordPress and configuring your website settings correctly, the next step is to set up your theme. It is best to configure your WordPress theme before activating plugins on your website. You can then choose plugins that complement your theme. The configuration…
  • Build a Free WordPress Blog in the Cloud

    Ian Lin
    20 Aug 2014 | 8:39 am
    In this intermediate level WordPress tutorial, I will cover how you can host an absolutely free WordPress blog that you can customize as you see fit. The only alternative solution for a free WordPress blog has to do with signing up with WordPress.com and hosting your blog with them, but they do not offer you the freedom that hosting your site on the Amazon free usage tier does. For one thing, you have complete freedom of design and branding using the cloud server solution described in this tutorial. Setting on Your Amazon Account for Free: The first thing you have to do is sign up and start a…
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    Web Training Wheels

  • 3 Actionable Ways To Use Google Analytics

    30 Sep 2014 | 10:43 am
    The good folks over at MemberPress (an awesome and powerful membership plugin) were kind enough to allow me to write a post for their blog recently. “3 Actionable Ways To Use Google Analytics” takes a deeper look at what can be done with Analytics so that instead of just putzing around in there, you can actually put all those numbers and charts to good use! Figure out what content is performing best on your site and get insight on what steps in your conversion process may need some extra help. Head over to the MemberPress blog to read the whole article.
  • A Few of My Favorite WordPress Plugins

    15 Sep 2014 | 12:05 pm
    I gave a small talk on plugins at WordCamp LA recently and was inspired to start compiling a list of my most commonly recommended ones. I’ve also started collecting them as Favorites at my WordPress.org profile but there’s no way to organize them there according to topic or purpose. So I’ve started compiling them into a PDF download available here which I plan to update over time. It’s by no means exhaustive so if you have any requests for recommended plugins of a certain kind, leave a comment and I’ll see about incorporating them into a future edition. Download…
  • Why Am I Getting Notifications of New User Registrations On My Site?

    24 Jul 2014 | 1:44 pm
    A common question I get from new WordPress users (twice in the past week as a matter of fact), typically arriving in a panic-stricken email, is “Why am I getting notices of new user registrations on my site?” The follow-up questions are along the lines of “Have I been hacked??” “Is this spam?” “How do I make the madness stop?” The answer is thankfully simple. There’s one little setting in your WordPress dashboard which is needlessly (at least in most cases) allowing people to register for your site. Unless you’ve deliberately…
  • 4 Essential Online Marketing Resources

    15 Jul 2014 | 1:13 pm
    Figuring out WordPress and getting your website up and running is just the beginning of having a successful site. What happens next is where the real work begins! As a website owner you’ll need to know the fundamentals of online marketing – search engine optimization, conversion optimization and all kinds of other skills to help you generate traffic and business with your site. With Google constantly changing and new developments happening all the time, it’s tough to keep abreast of what’s going on. Here’s a few of my favorite resources for keeping up on online…
  • Put Back What’s Missing in WordPress 3.9 – Advanced Image Options and Text Color Picker

    4 Jun 2014 | 11:32 am
    WordPress 3.9 came out last month and while the post/page editing screen has generally been improved there’s a couple of small features that have been removed. Chances are a lot of folks won’t ever miss them, but some of you will and already are. The two main things I get complaints about are the missing border and spacing options for images, and the lack of color options for text.  Advanced Image Options In previous versions of WordPress,when an image was already inserted into your post/page and you clicked it to edit, you saw the following screen under the Advanced tab. Note…
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  • WordPress Database Connection Problems with Solutions

    Sourav Kundu
    23 Oct 2014 | 5:00 am
    If you’ve been playing around with WordPress for some time, then chances are that you’ve been in a situation where your WordPress site won’t connect to your database. You get a message such as – “Cannot establish connection to database”. Have you ever been in such a situation? Well, if you have, don’t worry. It’s fairly easy to fix. These types of problems are very common in WordPress and fall under the WordPress database connection error category. In this article, we’re going to talk about some of the ways to fix it. Each problem is grouped under a heading and…
  • Arforms Review: Creating Beautiful Forms and More…

    22 Oct 2014 | 5:00 am
    When we think of  a contact form, we’re really reluctant to think beyond Contact Form 7. Contact Form 7 is indeed a very accomplished plugin. But if you’re looking to get more creative with your forms or if  you are looking to do a lot more than just create contact forms, then Arforms is a really nice premium option. Priced at $33, Arforms is a handy contact form builder plugin. Right from creating beautiful contact forms to analyzing their performance, Arforms has got you covered. The entire plugin interface is very user-friendly. This is a sponsored review, it is completely impartial…
  • 10 of the Most Expensive WordPress Themes and Why They Charge so Much

    16 Oct 2014 | 5:00 am
    Crossing the $100 mark, here are ten of the most expensive WordPress themes. I’ve skipped some of the premium ones beyond this price tag purposely as I didn’t want one niche to dominate the roundup. WordPress founder, Matt Mullenweg’s Automattic is leading the league here. Adding 7 to the number of the most expensive themes for WordPress, Automattic is doing rather well in the premium WordPress market. Each of these themes is responsive. Its a given, isn’t it? All these themes will look lovely on all your mobile devices. The first 7 themes are for WordPress.com and the…
  • Media Temple Managed WordPress Hosting Review

    Sourav Kundu
    15 Oct 2014 | 5:00 am
    Founded in 1998 by Demian Sellfors and John Carey it is Media Temple is one of those name that aren’t unheard of in the web-hosting industry. Although this $53M company was acquired by GoDaddy in October 2013, Media Temple operates as an independent company (bet you didn’t know that!) So what makes Media Temple so special? Is it the 24/7/365 indelible customer support, or the Grid cloud servers (also known as “Reddit Ready” servers) that can serve from 1 to 1 million concurrent users, or the fact that they’ve been the go-to company for serious hosting? Joe had already…
  • 35 Best Google Adsense Optimized WordPress Themes For Business Websites

    14 Oct 2014 | 5:00 am
    Planning to launch a site with the objective of making money through AdSense? Well, do not jump straight into the sea of competition where millions of sites are jostling for ranking and revenue. It might seem easy and lucrative to own a site and make money through Google AdSense but you need to work on your content and search engine optimization. Reason being, this is going to bring you traffic and in turn, money from AdSense. Well, this is undoubtedly a task which can become lot easier if you choose to invest in AdSense optimized WordPress themes. These templates are very well integrated…
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  • What a CEO Does

    John Saddington
    22 Oct 2014 | 1:44 pm
    A CEO does these three things: Sets overall vision and strategy of the company and communicates it to all stakeholders. Recruits, hires, and retains the very best talent for the company. Makes sure there is always enough cash in the bank. I love this and I love the simplicity of this list. You can read the post and the really helpful comments for some even other great insights. Now, naturally a CEO’s specific role depends greatly on the rest of the leadership team and the stage of the company as the CEO of a publicly traded company has dramatically different responsibilities as the…
  • The Startup Groupie

    John Saddington
    21 Oct 2014 | 8:01 am
    It’s tough to grow a startup. Talent is limited and not readily available, often because those who are capable are already busy doing great things in other ventures. And the right talent to not only survive but thrive in a startup environment is hard to pin down and classify. Often times I know with more certainty what doesn’t work instead of what does work, if that makes sense. I liken it to the eternal question that you’ve asked (and been asked): So, what/where do you want to eat? Typically I know what I do not want to eat instead of what I really want to eat. I can…
  • Father, First

    John Saddington
    20 Oct 2014 | 5:30 am
    When I read Max Schireson’s blog post on why he was stepping back from the CEO role of MongoDB I was really impressed by not only his perspective but his transparency. Sure, he may have disqualified himself from many opportunities but I think that level of transparency disqualifies him from the wrong type of organizations and ventures so he has not lost anything in being honest and forthcoming. I have often put my business first and my family second. This goes for not just my beloved bride but also my two wonderful kids. They have often gotten the short end of the stick. Making…
  • After Becoming the Manager

    John Saddington
    19 Oct 2014 | 9:34 am
    Lol. Isn’t it so (sadly) true? Creating a layer of management in a growing organization can be a very positive thing in the right context and with the right culture to support it. Unfortunately, “middle” management has been given such a bad reputation because it’s been so poorly executed. I’ve had my own share of experiences with middle management and I tried as best as I possibly could to find away around it as I made my way up the corporate ladder (or just avoid it). But since doing startups full time I’ve been fortunate enough not to require it since the…
  • Not Satisfied

    John Saddington
    18 Oct 2014 | 7:25 am
    Starting a startup has become much, much easier over the last decade, especially when it comes to technology and software-driven ventures. Spinning up a virtual server, plugging into a near-infinite number of APIs, and waxing a little code can have you more than just a working MVP – you could have the makings of a legitimate and financially growing business. This has created more options for more people to start their own company and also created more volume of choices for consumers. Have a solution for X problem? Get in line as there are 1,000 other companies doing the exact same…
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    eCommerce Web Design - Web Developer - Magento - Amazon Webstore - CRM Developer | Gowebbaby

  • Important Security essentials for Ecommerce Website to Improve Sales

    18 Oct 2014 | 1:56 am
    Ecommerce security is not an advantage over your online competitors but it does become a big flaw if you don’t have it. Don’t expect online visitors to become your customers while you can’t offer them the basic security of dealing in online retail market. This article covers essential security coverage your ecommerce webstore must have. There are certain security checks at various points which assure safe processing on your online shopping store. Ecommerce Platform and Hosting Services Whenever you are starting your online shopping store you must consider security offered by your…
  • Best 5 Custom Magento Theme Designs 2014

    15 Oct 2014 | 7:11 am
    Gowebbaby Designed many creative eCommerce Stores in 2014.  Gowebbaby Experts work on different eCommerce platforms like Magento, Shopify, Volusion, Bigcommerce, Woocoomerce, Amazon webstore and Custom Ebay Templates. Our Expert panel did full analysis of stores and select 5 designs as the best 5 Custom Magento Theme Designs of 2014. 1) Inpink.com – Redesign Custom Magento Store INPINK offers a vast selection of celebrity-inspired necklaces, earrings, rings, and bracelets for all of your fashion needs. Gowebbaby did Custom Magento template design with Mobile responsive layout.
  • Boost your ecommerce Website conversion rate with changes in about us page [Infographic]

    13 Oct 2014 | 12:17 am
    About Us pages are your first interaction with your eCommerce store visitors. The primary view of your eCommerce website determines whether a visitor will convert to a customer or increase bounce rate of your website. You can enroll higher eCommerce conversion ratio and boost your sales by optimizing your about us page. These are the top 5 upgrades for about us page which will grab attention of your visitors increasing your eCommerce conversion ratio. Try these changes for a breaking your eCommerce sales record. After about us page, you might want to revise your Product page to ensure hiking…
  • 4 handpicked ecommerce software for small ecommerce business to boost sales

    12 Oct 2014 | 11:31 pm
    Ecommerce sales are gaining pace with holiday season on the way. Last year, UK and USA ecommerce retailers recorded highest sales point in their history. This is the perfect time for small ecommerce business retailers to boost their sales. Ecommerce potential buyers are looking for niche products which small ecommerce business lines offer with tailored pricing. However, access to customers is the primary problem faced by small ecommerce business developers. Here are top 4 ecommerce software which will help you reach out to relevant audience and attract them to your website. Follow the…
  • Revamp website designs to boost ecommerce sales for New Year Purchases

    11 Oct 2014 | 3:57 am
    The primary aim of designing a good looking website is painless purchasing with quick browsing. In order to increase customer engagement and capturing higher portion of New Year purchases market potential. GoWebBaby brings you TOP 4 ECOMMERCE designing changes to boost your ecommerce conversion rate preparing for New Year purchases. With proper execution you can boost your website’s view resulting in higher ecommerce conversion rate and sales.   Simplifying with Flat design   Idealized example of Apple’s ecommerce website preaches flat and simple designing. Google and Microsoft…
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    The Expand2Web Blog

  • Impressions and Videos from WordCamp Ann Arbor

    Don Campbell
    18 Oct 2014 | 8:37 am
    I attended WordCamp Ann Arbor (#wca2) with some of our Expand2Web members – Eileen Lonergan, Mike Murphy and Josh Sholder. With Mike, Eileen and Josh at WordCamp Ann Arbor I was a panelist on the “Building Your Business” discussion and really enjoyed meeting my awesome co-panelists: Kyle Maurer (moderator), Ian Wilson, Kevin Skarritt, Justin Ferriman, Rebecca Gill and Ross Johnson. The room was packed and the audience had tons of great questions for us. Here are a few of my answers: How Important is it to differentiate your business? What advice would you give to someone…
  • New Features in GetFiveStars – Webinar Recording

    Don Campbell
    15 Oct 2014 | 10:30 pm
    Wow – we did our first customer webinar for GetFiveStars today, and I was blown away by the amount of great questions, feedback and suggestions. If you are using GetFiveStars, and didn’t get a chance to attend check out the webinar recording, you can watch it here: We showed a ton of new features, answered questions, and had a great time with all the enthusiasm and kind words from everyone. Here are a few of the things we showed: New designs for your customer feedback emails New designs for your customer feedback pages A TON of other new features including the new Performance…
  • Customer Driven #8 – Do You Know Who Your Best Customers Are?

    Don Campbell
    24 Jul 2014 | 7:09 am
    Some of your customers are so happy with your business they are telling their family, friends and co-workers about you. But do you know who they are? This podcast explores how to identify those customers and help them spread the good word about your company, product or service. You’ve made an impression on them, but what have you done for them lately? They say it’s important to know who your friends are. But many businesses don’t take the time to find out which customers are talking them up online and to their family, friends and acquaintances. And those companies lose out when they…
  • Customer Driven #7 – What is the Difference Between Getting Reviews and Earning Reviews?

    Don Campbell
    8 Jul 2014 | 11:58 am
    By listening to this series, you know now how important online reviews are to your customer strategy. Now let’s talk about how to “earn” reviews. In this podcast, we will talk about the difference between getting reviews and earning them. In business, the question of quantity versus quality comes up a lot. And here it is again. Do you just want a flood of reviews? Or do you want to earn enough quality reviews that speak with a genuine voice to those seeking your products or services? Your prospective customers are not dumb and neither are Google and Yelp. They can smell a…
  • 14 Books That Will Change Your Business and Your Life

    Don Campbell
    30 Jun 2014 | 10:23 pm
    I love to read. Here are some of the very best books I’ve read – ones that have changed my career and my business. If you have a book that has meant a lot to you, I’ve love to hear about it in the comments below. Update: my presentation was shared on the home page of SlideShare.net, and tweeted out by @SlideShareToday! '14 Books That Will Change Your Life And Your Business' is featured on our homepage. http://t.co/ksltmDmXIB — SlideShare Today (@SlideShareToday) July 1, 2014
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  • Habits > Hacks

    Gregory Ciotti
    19 Oct 2014 | 9:47 pm
    Compounding interest produces the most meaningful results, not individual swings. Why then, has the world become obsessed with “lifehacks?” Partly because a small selection of shortcuts are useful and meaningful. But also because businesses know that we are drawn to the illusion of progress. I’ve often joked that Men’s Health has given up on writing headlines because they know that the market for fitness information is greater than the actual information available. You’ll laugh, but let us not forget we live in a world where customers were buying…
  • Are You Cultivating Knowledge, or Just Consuming Information?

    Gregory Ciotti
    4 Aug 2014 | 9:43 pm
    Quality output demands quality input. As healthy food fuels the body, so does brain food fuel the mind. Garbage in, garbage out as they say. Amidst the “sky is falling” debates over how TV and the Internet are making us mindless drones, this is the real issue to keep in mind — we need to be cultivate more than we consume. It’s an important concept worthy of regular revisiting. To begin, let’s explore a theatrical look on what is at stake when we don’t take our information diet as seriously as our nutritional diet. Drowning in a Sea of Irrelevance Below is…
  • “Don’t Do Something You Might Regret”

    Gregory Ciotti
    19 Jun 2014 | 2:34 pm
    Regret is the worst emotion to base your decisions on. Regret is negative reinforcement. It is self-loathing and destructive. So why do we often parrot the advice of “Don’t do something you might regret?” On the surface, it seems a simple message that encourages caution, but it could be structured without the worry and pessimism. Why not say: “Do something you’ll be proud of.” Or “Do something you would respect someone else for doing.” This places emphasis on allowing your values to drive your choices, rather than letting anxiety control your actions. It is impossible…
  • Beethoven’s Surprisingly Simple Habit for Creative Breakthroughs

    Gregory Ciotti
    16 Jun 2014 | 2:29 am
    Creativity does not rest on eureka moments — it is a process, designed to consistently bring abstract ideas into the tangible world. For creatives, this emphasizes the importance of routines. Random bits of profound inspiration are few and fleeting; consistent work in your craft requires a sustainable way to develop good ideas into great ones. Recall the wise words from Chuck Close: “Amateurs sit and wait for inspiration, the rest of us just show up and go to work.” Perhaps one of the best ways to improve your own processes is to study the masters. Thanks to books like…
  • The Most Important Mindset for Long-term Success

    Gregory Ciotti
    2 Jun 2014 | 6:51 pm
    In all my time as a substitute teacher for elementary school, perhaps nothing out of the mouths of babes disappointed me as much as this: “But Mr. Greg, girls aren’t good at math like boys are.” From one of my favorite students no less. It was disheartening to hear. At such a young age, abilities in subjects like mathematics had already been defined as innate. It appears I’m not alone in my worry — psychologist Dr. Grant Halvorson has published excellent essays like The Trouble With Bright Girls, where she has addressed how this “fixed mindset”…
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  • SiteCondor SEO WordPress Plugin Review

    Alyona Galea
    23 Oct 2014 | 5:00 am
    As a webmaster you know how important it is to keep your site healthy. There are many issues to worry about - broken links, missing images/titles/headings, unnecessary redirects, poorly structured URLs, server errors - just to name a few. These not only effect your overall user experience and conversion rates, but also your search engine rankings and hence the organic traffic volume you receive.
  • FooCapture Walk Through

    Alyona Galea
    22 Oct 2014 | 5:00 am
    Tutorials and walkthroughs are a wonderful resource. Scroll through Pinterest and you’ll see plenty of visually striking step-by-step guides from eager bloggers trying to help out their readers. The difficult thing about creating written tutorials however, is that they take an age to organise. First you need to take screenshots of the steps in your guide. Then you need to name them, open them in a photo editor and annotate them. Then there’s the process of uploading them to your blog, adding your meta data, scaling and inserting them into your post. That’s all before you manage to hit…
  • Startup Framework Review: A Highly Intuitive WordPress Theme Builder

    Joe Fylan
    21 Oct 2014 | 5:00 am
    The Startup Framework by Designmodo is a WordPress theme unlike any other. Once the theme is installed on your site, it gives you one of the easiest ways seen so far of building your own custom website layouts with WordPress. If you want a code-free way to build highly professional, attractive and personalised websites using WordPress, then the Startup Framework could be just what you are looking for. To find out more make sure you read our full Startup Framework review.
  • JoomUnited Plugin Giveaway – 9 Yearly Licenses are Awaiting You

    Alyona Galea
    20 Oct 2014 | 5:00 am
    Today we partnered up with JoomUnited to deliver you this cool giveaway. You have a chance to win 3 of 9 yearly licenses of JoomUnited Plugin: 1 license per extension worth $39 each.
  • Protecting Your Premium Plugins from Unauthorised Reselling

    Jean Galea
    16 Oct 2014 | 2:38 pm
    There are a number of posts on WordPress blogs (including our own take on the GPL and potential abuse) that deal with WordPress plugin and theme licensing. Many people don't really understand the concept of open source software, and either view it as a sure way to financial ruin or the best thing ever as there is no protection and everything is free. It's not so straightforward. Many websites have sprung up during the past year or two reselling WordPress plugins and themes. One of the biggest 'victims' are Woothemes whose add-ons for WooCommerce are now easily available from other websites…
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    WP Daily Themes

  • Getting Rid of the Responsive Web Designs Misconceptions

    23 Oct 2014 | 1:30 am
    For all intents and purposes, responsive designs are in demand, and this demand is not likely to head south anytime sooner. When you have got a website that works on all types of OS platforms and the varying screen sizes, you know you have taken steps in the right direction. Usability is the true measure of success for any online endeavor, whether it is an eCommerce website, or for that matter, a more personal blog that depends on adsense for its revenue purpose. A website high on the scale of responsiveness attracts a larger chunk of Internet users, and it manages to retain them, thus giving…
  • 5 Brilliant WordPress Plugins to Develop Maintenance or Coming Soon Page

    22 Oct 2014 | 1:30 am
    Did you just come up with a great product idea? Have you been thinking about building a WordPress website to launch your product? If that’s the case, then bear in mind that it’s a time-consuming process. And so, while you’re working on your WordPress install you wouldn’t certainly want your audience turning up at your unfinished project. This is where a Maintenance Mode or Coming Soon Page comes to your rescue. Every website today requires a Maintenance mode or coming soon page, as they help capture email leads even when your site is under construction or a routine…
  • WP Subscribe – A Free WordPress Plugin by MyThemeShop

    21 Oct 2014 | 1:30 am
    To have or build an email list is a must and an essential feature to drive visitors and customers back to your website or blog. Although they missed the articles or offers on your website you can in a simple way to remind them again. There are many different ways and options to partially use services like Mailchimp, Aweber, Constant Contact, Feedburner and others on your email list. There are also many ways to integrate subscription and opt-in forms with simple codes to more advanced WordPress plugins. Recently MyThemeShop released a free subscription forms WordPress plugin named WP…
  • 10 Untrue Myths About WordPress That You Have Heard For Sure

    20 Oct 2014 | 1:30 am
    WordPress is something every Internet person has probably heard about. Most of the time though, the notion of WordPress becomes heavily misunderstood through an influx of contradictory information. Hence, we have prepared a list of 10 most common WordPress myths which hold completely untrue. 1. WordPress only works for blogs It is somewhat true that WordPress is mainly a blogging platform. Bloggers seem to appreciate its clear layout and usability. However, the versatility which presents itself in a whole range of webpages created with the use of WordPress goes to show that it is not only…
  • Top 15 Personal Profile WordPress Themes

    18 Oct 2014 | 1:30 am
    Contemporary media technologies, especially the Internet, provide new opportunities for business and self-promotion. Thousands of personal webpages are created every day worldwide. Personal webpages are used in different ways: as the online business card, as the platform to share the results of creative activity, or to conduct your business. Nice visualization is very important for the content of the website, that’s why outstanding design and photo galleries are needed. Of course, texts are also required for SEO-optimization and for those visitors, who will stay at you website longer than a…
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  • How a four second longer loading time can cause you to lose 50% traffic

    Vladimir Prelovac
    6 Oct 2014 | 6:34 am
    Few days ago I had the opportunity to witness with my own eyes an extraordinary effect that a slow website can have on your business. On Monday, Sep 15th because of a glitch in our network setup, pages on ManageWP.com were opening about 4 seconds longer than usual. More precisely metric known as ‘time to first byte’ was affected which is basically time before your browser starts rendering any content from the moment you visit a site. Now, I know that I am pretty impatient with sites that take too long to load. I also expected that a few more people are sensitive to this and are…
  • Community, diversity and leadership

    Vladimir Prelovac
    2 Oct 2014 | 9:11 am
    Just few days ago during WordCamp Europe, Matt Mullenweg got asked by our developer Maja Nedeljkovic how much should companies contribute to the WordPress project. Matt responded and later expanded that a good rule of thumb would be 5%. This seem to have produced a lot of interpretations and a massive stir in the community (prompting some to grab popcorn and watch #wpdrama). If you missed it, please read posts by Krogsgard, Perez, Metcalfe and I also recommend these two broadly related posts by O’Nolan and Buytaert (all currently trending on managewp.org). Let me get back to the…
  • Shellshock vulnerability check for WordPress

    Vladimir Prelovac
    26 Sep 2014 | 3:03 am
    A serious Bash vulnerability has been discovered on Wednesday (first public mention of it seems to be this post on seclist continuing here with more details). This allows an attacker to execute any code on a vulnerable server. This is even more serious than the heartbleed vulnerability that swept through the Internet couple of months ago. This is not a WordPress vulnerability, but a server vulnerability. It threatens to become one of the most widespread and dangerous exploits with serious security implications (it received both Impact and Exploitability scores of 10/10). If you have a…
  • This Is How You Need to Monitor Your WordPress Site’s Uptime

    Andrew Urevig
    25 Sep 2014 | 4:00 am
    Why so down? Okay, maybe you’re not, but if your website goes down, then you’ll have reason to be. Site uptime matters—the less your server goes down, the better. Simply put, uptime is important, so tracking uptime is, too. In this post, I’ll briefly discuss why uptime matters. Then I’ll compare three monitoring solutions: Jetpack Monitor, our own uptime monitoring feature, and Pingdom. Why You Should Monitor Uptime It’s common sense that you want your site to be online—that’s the entire point, after all. Web hosts make promises about site uptime that…
  • 13 Things I Learned From WooCommerce Engineer Patrick Rauland

    Andrew Urevig
    22 Sep 2014 | 4:00 am
    You already know that WordPress is great for writing stuff on the web, but what about selling stuff on the web? E-commerce has shifted the realities of modern business–that’s no overstatement. With a wide user base, WordPress and the hugely popular WooCommerce plugin are part of that change. To get more insight into the relationship between e-commerce and WordPress, I interviewed WooCommerce Engineer Patrick Rauland. He works on developing WooCommerce and its extensions, in addition to auditing third-party extensions. In this post, I’ll list 13 cool things we talked about,…
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    Jupiter Jim's Marketing Team

  • How to Change Font Size and Family in WordPress 4.0

    22 Oct 2014 | 6:02 am
    The plugin actually works starting with WordPress 3.9.    If you are using  WordPress versions 3.5.1 through 3.8.3 then you will want to use this WordPress plugin Ultimate TinyMCE which was created by the same great plugin developer Josh Lobe.  You can also watch my Video Tutorial on the Ultimate TinyMCE plugin right here on this site. WP Edit by Josh Lobe is the master plugin that allows you to easily change font size and family on WordPress post and pages. Just watch the WordPress Video Tutorial below to see how easy it is! Clicking the following link takes you directly to the…
  • Why I switched to Social Triggers Skin for Thesis 2.1

    11 Mar 2014 | 12:29 am
    I wanted to explain to you, my readers, why I changed my ‘theme’ and layout for this site. Prior to the existing theme and layout (that you are looking at right now), I was using the Thesis 1.8.5 framework and a skin I had purchased from Mike Nichols over at ThesisThemeTools.com.   That was a couple of years ago and right now Mike is working with me as my lead developer over at my other website JupiterJim.com.  You see, I also build WordPress websites for small and home-based businesses over at JupiterJim.com, in case you know of anyone who might be interested. As you all…
  • What Exactly is a WordPress Plugin? What is Software?

    29 Sep 2013 | 11:14 am
    Here’s the definition on WordPress.org WordPress Plugins allow easy modification, customization, and enhancement to a WordPress blog. Instead of changing the core programming of WordPress, you can add functionality with WordPress Plugins. Here is a basic definition: WordPress Plugin: A WordPress Plugin is a program, or a set of one or more functions, written in the PHP scripting language, that adds a specific set of features or services to the WordPress weblog, which can be seamlessly integrated with the weblog using access points and methods provided by the WordPress Plugin…
  • How to Add SEO Optimized Images to WordPress 3.6.1 Blog Posts and Pages

    21 Sep 2013 | 4:11 am
    How to Optimize the Images Please watch the WordPress Video Tutorial below to get more details than what you will find in this short checklist on the best way and easiest way to optimize your images for WordPress blog posts and pages. Here’s the checklist: Optimize the File Name. Optimize the Alt Tags Reduce file size. It really is about as easy as 1, 2, 3.   However, please watch the video tutorial I created below on optimizing images for WordPress.   It’s so much easier to learn when someone just shows you all the details. In the following WordPress Video Tutorial, I show you…
  • WordPress 3.6 is Here — Features and Installation Video.

    3 Aug 2013 | 12:14 am
    What are the new Features? Kimberly Castleberry just wrote a great blog post summarizing about 6 new features included in WordPress 3.6.   Check out her blog post here:   Introducing WordPress 3.6 – New Features Announcement! The 2-minute video below gives you a great visual overview of the new features in WordPress 3.6. You can watch this video and more at WordPress.tv When Should I Update to WordPress 3.6 ? WordPress Expert, Kimberly Castleberry suggests waiting exactly one week before updating to the latest version of WordPress. How do I Update to WordPress 3.6? I have an excellent…
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    WP Free Setup

  • How To Import .docx File (Word File) In WordPress With Plugin

    Harsh Agrawal
    16 Oct 2014 | 10:36 am
    Do you have team of writer or do you hire freelancers to write articles for you? Chances are high that they usually send you files in Microsoft word format and you have to do a lot of work in copying-pasting and retaining the formatting. Things goes really bad when there are images in the post and you need to save them one by one, and use WordPress image uploader to attach to the blog post. How good it would be if you can simply import the .docx file directly into WordPress as a blog post and you will save a lot of time. Today post is about one such amazing plugin which is now available for…
  • How To Solve WordPress Post Missed Schedule Error in One Click

    Harsh Agrawal
    8 Jul 2014 | 6:43 am
    Post schedule is one of the useful feature of WordPress, as using it you can quickly schedule post for upcoming time or days. I use this feature on almost all of my blogs to keep them updated, and keep my work load less. For some reason on one of my WordPress blog, a scheduled post failed to publish at the given time. When I check the scheduled post section inside my WordPress Dashboard, I see something like this: Instead of post getting published at schedule time, it was showing error as Missed schedule. I search about it in WordPress support forum, and realised this is one of the most…
  • How To Fix Akismet Error Code: 10003 Without Paying A Dime

    Harsh Agrawal
    28 Jun 2014 | 6:30 pm
    If you are logged into your WordPress dashboard after a long time and you are seeing this error which says “Akismet Error Code: 10003″, Howdy! It looks like you have an Akismet Personal subscription, which does not appear to be appropriate for your current usage. In order to continue using Akismet in this way, you will need to upgrade your subscription to one of our Enterprise or High Volume plans. You can click on the link below for further details. You might be getting confused what did you do wrong. Nothing to worry about as this error is common and you are not the only one…
  • How To Check For Spam in Approved Comments in WordPress

    Harsh Agrawal
    28 Jun 2014 | 3:12 am
    Recently I was working on a client WordPress site which was migrated from BlogSpot to WordPress, and after migration she didn’t configure Akismet plugin and neither configured WordPress discussion settings to prevent comment spam. This resulted in numerous spam comments getting approved and were live on her blog. Eventually, this resulted her blog to be penalised by Google penguin penalty for spam links. One easy way to get rid of those links by removing website link from comment form using this plugin, but this was might have turned out to be a negative solution for her loyal readers.
  • How To Show Last Updated Blog Posts in Sidebar for More PageViews

    Harsh Agrawal
    25 Jun 2014 | 8:58 am
    Sidebar of a blog is one of the most effective ways to get more page views on your old blog posts. From my experience, I have learned it’s more effective to show popular or random posts based on current post category to increase page views. Today, I will be talking about one more method which not only helps your regular readers to discover your updated old posts, but also helps in improving the blog loyal readership. If you are one of those WordPress blogger who is blogging from couple of years, you might have been updating your old posts to keep them updated. If you are not, you should…
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    Lady WP

  • An Azon Gold Miner Review – Introduction

    Lady WP
    18 Oct 2014 | 5:09 pm
    Ever looked at your stats in Amazon and thought, what the hell do I do with this information? Well, I have and not knowing is definitely not helping me with improving my income. So when I learned about a product that would teach me how to work with those stats properly I got very happy. […] The post An Azon Gold Miner Review – Introduction appeared first on Lady WordPress.
  • From Zero To Hero – Niche Blog Case Study Part 11

    Lady WP
    17 Oct 2014 | 6:05 am
    The last update in this case study was in June with the numbers for May. Due to things outside my business I have not been able to keep this case study up to date (nor have I been able to do much of anything in my business), but I will bring you up to speed […] The post From Zero To Hero – Niche Blog Case Study Part 11 appeared first on Lady WordPress.
  • Receive Your Amazon Affiliate Payments Via Payoneer

    Lady WP
    15 Jun 2014 | 3:00 am
    Since I’ve been keeping track of the progress of my Amazon niche site, I’ve had multiple people ask me what the best way is to receive your money if you don’t live in the US. As you might know, there are three ways to receive your money: either receive a gift certificate for Amazon once […] The post Receive Your Amazon Affiliate Payments Via Payoneer appeared first on Lady WordPress.
  • Content Wizard Is Getting A Redesign And New Features

    Lady WP
    9 Jun 2014 | 3:00 am
    If you have been following me and/or my blog for a while, you would know that I have created a few WordPress plugins. One of them is Content Wizard. It’s actually my very first plugin I ever sold and the idea of the plugin was to make it easier for the user to upload batches […] The post Content Wizard Is Getting A Redesign And New Features appeared first on Lady WordPress.
  • From Zero To Hero – Niche Blog Case Study Part 10

    Lady WP
    5 Jun 2014 | 3:00 am
    Another month has passed and that means it’s time for an update on the case study. In April I really didn’t do really well, May has been better. You’ll see when we get to the numbers. I had plans on doing some testing on changing the affiliate links and banners, but I haven’t had much time […] The post From Zero To Hero – Niche Blog Case Study Part 10 appeared first on Lady WordPress.
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  • You Really Need to Check Out the Conductor Plugin

    Bob Dunn
    22 Oct 2014 | 5:04 am
    The Conductor plugin is great. I have been meaning to do a post on it, but just haven’t had the time lately. The reason I am a bit frustrated by having not done it yet is that I know so many users who could really use this plugin. To give you an idea, here are a couple of scenarios I […] The post You Really Need to Check Out the Conductor Plugin appeared first on WordPress Video Tutorials and Training by BobWP.           
  • A Short To-Do List After Installing WordPress

    Bob Dunn
    21 Oct 2014 | 5:00 am
    Whenever I do a new install of WordPress, whether it’s for a client or a demo I am setting up, I take some specific steps almost immediately after the install is done. Depending on how you do your install, some of these may not appear, but always worth a quick check. Here they are: 1. […] The post A Short To-Do List After Installing WordPress appeared first on WordPress Video Tutorials and Training by BobWP.           
  • My Contact Form. The Devil Is in the Details

    Bob Dunn
    20 Oct 2014 | 7:10 am
    If you follow this blog, you likely saw my post called The Renegade Contact Form. In a nutshell, I did some serious work on it and really focused on what the visitor could or could not do. But do you know that old saying? Give them an inch…. After quite a bit of work, I thought […] The post My Contact Form. The Devil Is in the Details appeared first on WordPress Video Tutorials and Training by BobWP.            CommentsWell, it's been a week or more and no serious leaks yet by Bob DunnI appreciate the post Bob. Oh those little…
  • Seattle Workshop – Build Your Online Store with WooCommerce

    Bob Dunn
    18 Oct 2014 | 7:54 am
    I just announced a new workshop I am doing in Seattle on November 13th. If you have been needing to get your online store started, and didn’t have the time or struggled to wrap your brain around the top e-commerce WordPress plugin, WooCommerce, well, here’s your chance. The week before I will be doing a […] The post Seattle Workshop – Build Your Online Store with WooCommerce appeared first on WordPress Video Tutorials and Training by BobWP.           
  • Share Your Favorite WordPress Plugins with Clients

    Bob Dunn
    15 Oct 2014 | 9:20 am
    I am finding that a lot of people didn’t realize that they can add their favorited plugins to their dashboard. First, let’s backtrack a bit. First you have to favorite them on WordPress.org. I do it all the time to help myself keep track of some plugins I used quite a bit. Simply login to your account […] The post Share Your Favorite WordPress Plugins with Clients appeared first on WordPress Video Tutorials and Training by BobWP.            CommentsYou bet, they kind of snuck this one in on us by Bob DunnNice post Bob, I…
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    PSD to WP Conversion

  • How to Optimize Images for Your WordPress Website

    16 Oct 2014 | 6:14 am
    Have you optimized your WordPress images? Most of the people don’t know that images, just like content, play a vital role in reducing site load time, generating a massive amount of organic traffic, and making your content more popular across the web. While publishing an article, their main focus is on optimizing its text part. Ignoring the optimization of the image part, they miss the traffic that was supposed to come from image-based search engines such as Google Images. Since website speed is now has a big impact on search engine rankings, you must be an expert in image optimization art.
  • Responsive Web Design: Why Your Website Must Have It

    19 Jul 2014 | 3:22 am
    Responsive Design is one of the most discussed topics of recent years. And why should not it be? We are now living in a multi-platform world where everyone is totally surrounded by different types of devices like smart phones, tablets, iPads, iPhones, PCs etc. With the rapid adoption of mobile devices, the web development scenario has now totally changed. Let’s take a look at following astonishing statistics: According to a recent Google's research study, 98% of users move between multiple devices in the same day to complete a task. Another research study shows how the mobile internet has…
  • Happy Independence Day

    3 Jul 2014 | 2:33 pm
    In honor of Independence Day, we are offering 10% discount on all orders. Yes, you heard it right! From July 4 until July 11, you can get a W3C validated, 100% hand coded, and SEO friendly responsive WordPress theme at a flat 10% discount. To avail this offer, order online and  use promo code 4jldsct10. Enjoy!
  • Optimize Your Blog Posts for SEO: A Quick and Easy Guide

    20 Jun 2014 | 5:34 am
    The omnipotent notion of the Internet marketing goes like this—the one that is visible is predictably too sellable!! Avid competition of the brands is dwelling on the web portal, wherein the foremost destination is the page one of top search engines, such as on the Google. Henceforth, to foster the result manifold, an apparent technique has evolved since few decades, that is: Search Engine Optimization (SEO). SEO is better known as the God father of the Web marketing industry. It is that one tool that leverages your website and transforms your brands presence on the Internet by percolating…
  • 18 Ways to Promote Your Newly Launched Blog

    26 May 2014 | 3:20 am
    With millions of blogs out there, it can be quite challenging for a new blogger to get noticed in Blogosphere. Spending hours researching, writing high-quality content, finding appropriate images, uploading your blog post and hitting publish is not enough when it comes to gain the attention of your target audience. To get the most out of your blog, you need promote your blog as much as you can. Below are the ways you can get the word out about your recently launched blog. Go through all of them to kick start your blog’s growth. 1. Embrace Social Media Create profiles on popular social…
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    Bit Doze

  • DigitalOcean Review – Affordable VPS For Your Site

    30 Sep 2014 | 12:13 pm
    I am hosting my sites for more then one year on DigitalOcean and would like to say you that I am very happy with the services that I have found until now on DigitalOcean. I have two VPS from them one hosted in NY and another in Amsterdam for my clients from Romania. This 1 year experience with DigitalOcean as great and I would recomand their services to anyone that want’s and fast and stable service. The two VPS that I have on DigitalOcean are the second package with 1 GB of RAM as I have at least 6 site hosted on each server and I wanted to have more power:   DigitalOcean Review…
  • Google Reconsideration Request for Bitdoze.com Approved

    23 Jan 2014 | 4:01 am
    As bitdoze.com was penalized by Google previously because I was trying different link schemes for tests on this site I thought that it will be good to clean up the link profile of the site and try to send an reconsideration request to see what will happen. About 2 months ago I have made a file with the links that I didn’t find good for my site and decided to send it to Google disavow tool so the links to not affect my site any more. About a month  back I have decided that it is the time to send a reconsideration request to Google for my site as for some time I din’t used spam…
  • Google Algorithm Update September 2013

    10 Sep 2013 | 1:27 am
    It looks like Google is changing again something in his algorithm as some of my site traffic has decreased again. Until now nothing is confirmed by Google but for sure something is planned for September as I see a decrease in traffic of 20-30% on my site. It looks like also this month is not a good month for my sites and gain Google screwed me and my sites I am really starting to hate Google and his updates. Also from the information’s that I have seen Google is trying to favorize the big sites again (what a surprise). Another article that I have found with the September Google…
  • Bitdoze.com Stats & Income Report: August 2013

    5 Sep 2013 | 6:07 am
    I haven’t done for some time an report with the stats and income that I have on this site and the other sites because I was involved in some personal projects and didn’t had the necessary time to post and do a lot on this blog. Also the last Google updates has hit hard this site and I was a little disappointing because all the hard work done was reworded by Google just for couple of months. Now I am back finished with the personal projects and willing to continue the things started and also start with new projects. Traffic Stats From the Google algorithm update the traffic to my…
  • WordPress Page Builders- Awesome Plugins for Priceless Results!

    Ioana Carp
    2 Sep 2013 | 2:10 am
    WordPress provides many benefits for its users but when it comes to editing you have only a few tools: adding bold text, italic, using different colors text, adding images, headers and so on. In the end, this results in a bunch of pages that look similar and might not be able to pass the message to the audience you would wish. A builder plugin could be the answer to many prayers, especially when a person does not have much experience working with HTML code. In the following post you can study some of the best WordPress page builders on the market and decide whether they are helpful or not.
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    JustWP - Best WordPress Website Themes, Plugins, Tutorials, Tips For Beginners

  • Best Of WordPress Snippet Part Three

    Karan Chopra
    21 Oct 2014 | 6:33 pm
    How To Get Rid Of Unused Post Revisions In WordPress The following line of codes will let you get rid of unused post revisions in WordPress.DELETE a,b,c FROM wp_posts a WHERE a.post_type = 'revision' LEFT JOIN wp_term_relationships b ON (a.ID = b.object_id) LEFT JOIN wp_postmeta c ON (a.ID = c.post_id);Snippet Source/Credit: WPRecipes.com How To Have CSS Minified In WordPress The following snippet will let you have CSS minified in WordPress.<?php require('../../../wp-load.php'); function colorize($m){ // Your code to get the new color goes here, in this case it's grabbing a stored value…
  • Make Data Tables In WordPress With WPDataTables

    Karan Chopra
    20 Oct 2014 | 6:32 pm
    Introduction If you have ever tried putting up a table on a WordPress site, you know the amount of effort that is required to get it right. Entering HTML tags, embedding them at the right places into your text and making sure that it fits in with other text on the page is a magnanimous task and needs an expert to get it right. But what if a simple tool could do all this technical job for you and let you take care of the content on your site. wpDataTables, from Touchmesoft, is the tool that frees you from the tangle of HTML codes and lets you create tables in just about three clicks. Apart…
  • Best Of Water Drop Wallpapers

    Karan Chopra
    19 Oct 2014 | 6:33 pm
    Seeing the things like water drops brings both peace and smile on one’s face. This is why thinking the same, in this article; I am rounding up some of the best of water droplets wallpapers for you. Purple Drops [Explore] Dew Drops [Explore] Green Water Drops [Explore] Drops [Explore] Water Drops Pink Rose [Explore] Raindrops on a Feather [Explore] Water Drops [Explore] Blue Drops [Explore] Rainbow Drops [Explore] Lovely [Explore] The post Best Of Water Drop Wallpapers appeared first on JustWP - Best WordPress Website Themes, Plugins, Tutorials, Tips For Beginners.
  • 15+ WordPress Real Estate Themes For 2014

    Karan Chopra
    16 Oct 2014 | 6:32 pm
    Just like any other industry, real estate industry too welcomes the stand of making their presence online. And well for opening up their shop online, there is a strong need of best available website designs. This is because in this article, I have collected the best of WordPress real estate themes for 2014. Royal Estate Key Features Custom Currency through Admin Panel 18 Shortcodes 5 Powerful Widgets Translation Ready Slider Manager Custom Menu Ready Custom Post Types Powerful Theme Options More Info | Demo | Price: $45 REMAP Key Features Google Street View Feature WPML Multilanguage support…
  • Best Of WordPress Snippet Part Two

    Karan Chopra
    14 Oct 2014 | 6:32 pm
    How To Define A Template In WordPress The following lines of code will let you define a template in WordPress.<?php /* Template Name: Snarfer */ ?>Snippet Source/Credit: WordPress.org How To Deregister All In One Event Calendar In WordPress The following snippet will let you deregister all in one event calendar in WordPress.// clean up unwanted JS scripts function my_print_scripts(){ if ( !is_admin() ) { wp_deregister_script('jquery'); wp_deregister_script('ai1ec_requirejs'); } } add_action('wp_print_scripts', 'my_print_scripts'); // clean up unwanted CSS function my_print_css() { if (…
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  • How to Easily Display Team Members in WordPress

    21 Oct 2014 | 6:08 am
    While working for a project for a recent client of mine, I needed to create a custom page to display all team members of the organization, complete with their image, position/role and short descriptions. While I can do all this manually using HTML, it might not be the best solution for non-tech savvy client. As the team members might change every hear, it’ll cause a lot of headache to edit the HTML. Luckily, I came across Our Team by WooThemes plugin. It comes with no additional CSS so it can nicely blend with the design of your site. Once activated, you’ll see a new “Team…
  • How to Edit and Reorder Admin Columns Without Coding

    20 Oct 2014 | 7:33 am
    By default, WordPress will add few admin columns for posts, pages, users, media library and comments. This is quite useful for your quick reference to make sure you’ve insert necessary data such as tags and categories (for posts), date of publish (for pages) and etc. However, some plugins such as WordPress SEO might add new columns in between the default admin columns, thus making the page looks cluttered. While you can hide the columns from the Screen Options tab, the settings are only applied to you. For other users, they will still see them. While there are WordPress filters to…
  • How to Force WordPress Plugins to Auto-Update

    10 Oct 2014 | 6:02 am
    Today’s article will be a really short one but might be useful to some WordPress users. In WordPress 3.7, WordPress had introduced automatic background updates feature to auto-update minor versions of WordPress core. This feature is enabled by default and users got nothing to do to enable it. Besides for WordPress core, this auto-update feature can also be enabled for plugins. To auto-update all plugins in your site, you may use auto_update_plugin filter. Simply copy and paste the following snippet into your theme’s functions.php file or even better, site functionality plugin.
  • Boost Customer Loyalty by Using Subscriptio to Sell Subscriptions with WooCommerce

    9 Oct 2014 | 7:32 am
    The Subscriptio plug-in is a powerful WordPress tool that can be used to sell subscription products on with WooCommerce. Coupled with the WooCommerce Membership plugin (created by the same developer) it offers a full paid membership site solution. All of the technological wizardry in the world, however, isn’t going to be worth a customer’s time unless they have some degree of good customer service that they can count on at your site. Fortunately, if you’re using Subscriptio, that customer service can be integrated directly into your site, which can give you a powerful advantage over…
  • Easily Add Drag and Drop Page Order Feature in WordPress

    8 Oct 2014 | 7:40 am
    Although WordPress has become the most popular CMS, it’s still not perfect and it will never be. There are lots of things can still be improved. One of those little things is the ability to change page order by drag and drop. Currently, if you want to change the page order, you can specifying the Order number by clicking the Quick Edit link. However this isn’t the best user experience and can become confusing when you have lots of page. Furthermore, in order to see the changes take place, you’ll need to refresh the page. Wouldn’t it be nice if we can just drag and…
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  • 5 Best WordPress Plugins to Back Up your Website

    20 Oct 2014 | 5:30 am
    Most of the WordPress websites (if not all) are susceptible to a host of issues, and keeping a site safe is not an easy feast for the webmasters. Your site can be hacked, or you may encounter some technical glitches, which eventually increases the risk of losing all your work. Thus, it becomes needful to backup your website. Unfortunately, WordPress backup facilities may not prove beneficial for you. But you shouldn’t worry as there are a lot of WordPress plugins that can help you keep your website backup, so as to save you from losing your valuable data when your site breaks.
  • 12+ Handy Tools for Web Designers

    17 Oct 2014 | 12:38 am
    Every web designer has a favorite set of tools that they use while working on their projects. However, if you are a beginner in the branch, then you might have a difficult time finding out which tools are worth paying for, and which aren’t as useful as you think they might be. This post is aimed to both beginners and professionals who are looking forward to expanding their collection of handy tools for web designers. We’ve collected 12 great applications that will make your work easier, more enjoyable, and will also significantly improve the quality of your projects. Keep a close eye on…
  • WordPress News, Tips, Tutorials: September 2014

    16 Oct 2014 | 4:12 am
    So many new and interesting things have happened in the WordPress community within the past days: WordPress 4.0 was released, we noticed a lot of buzz around the Revolution Slider vulnerability and of course we kept an eye on WordCamp Europe event. In this post we have compiled some of the most interesting news tidbits, tips and tutorials as well as found some of the best freebies from August and September 2014. News Roundup WordPress 4.0 “Benny” Released - Version 4.0 of WordPress, named “Benny” has been released and is now available for download or update in your…
  • 2 New Great WordPress Themes for Travel Lovers

    30 Sep 2014 | 1:28 am
    We thought it would be a nice idea to create some Premium WordPress Themes for travel industry, and extend our collection of premium layouts. Meet our 2 latest WordPress themes with beautiful design and great features to power your travel blog, travel agency, hotel, booking site, etc. Have a look at: Hotelia – Hotel WordPress Theme Hotelia is a Premium WordPress Theme with minimalist, elegant, responsive design and a wide range of dedicated features, including: booking system, video background, Parallax effect, sticky navigation, hover effects, etc. This theme is a great fit for hotel/motel…
  • Top 10 Sources of Inspiration for a Web Designer

    17 Sep 2014 | 1:18 am
    There is no shortage of inspiration for web designers, or any designers for that matter. Web design differs from traditional design in a way where web design is the way we browse the web, while normal design can be associated with anything; like the look of your tea cup, or something. You want to be in charge of what you’re building, but sometimes good ideas just don’t seem to be flowing as smoothly as they could be. For that, there are hundreds of places to go online and offline to find inspiration for your next web design project. We’ve gathered up a couple of them, and…
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  • Download StudioPress Pro Plus Theme Package -Sep 2014

    13 Oct 2014 | 9:14 am
    Download StudioPress Pro Plus Theme Package -Sep 2014. Studiopress is one of the leading wordpress theme makers. Today I am going to provide you the latest version of genesis child themes.  Pro... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Download Envision v2.0.6 – Responsive Multi-Purpose Theme

    26 Sep 2014 | 11:15 pm
    Download Envision v2.0.6 – Responsive Multi-Purpose Theme . Envision v2.0.6 is a responsive retina multipurpose theme. Envision WordPress Theme is running on more than 2k websites with a buyer... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Download Avada v3.6.1- Responsive Multi-Purpose Theme

    25 Sep 2014 | 3:35 pm
    Download Avada v3.6.1 Responsive Multi-Purpose Theme. Avada WordPress Theme is one of the best multipurpose wordpress theme on themeforest. Avadav3.6.1 is running on more than 87k websites with a... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Download Quform v1.4.18 – WordPress Form Builder Free

    25 Sep 2014 | 1:03 pm
    Download Quform v1.4.18 – WordPress Form Builder. Qufrom WordPress Form Builder is an advance wordpress plugin that build cool forms within seconds. Quform v1.4.18 is very easy to use. The... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Download Hide My WP v3.0 – WordPress Plugin Free

    25 Sep 2014 | 12:00 pm
    Download Hide My WP v3.0 WordPress plugin free. Hide My WP wordpress plugin hides the identity of your website’s platform. No one can tell, if you are using wordpress or any other CMS or CMS.... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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  • 50+ Powerful Free WordPress Themes

    4 Oct 2014 | 9:23 am
    Today we have showcase Responsive Free WordPress Themes which can be used for your Personal blog and Website Portfolio. In this Today blog Post we have collected Best Collection Authors 50+ Powerful Free WordPress Themes which are very beautiful and classic which are of different categories. This theme can be easily install with the help of documentation provided. It can be used for personal use and for commercial can be purchased in few bucks for you test it with Free WP Themes. All contributions and there effort are there link at footer which helps them to market their premium themes. Hope…
  • Few Best OpenCart Admin Theme

    26 Sep 2014 | 6:24 am
    If you are searching for a Professional Admin Templates then you are at correct place which we have listed Few Best OpenCart Admin Theme for your Unique Back-end Design Look. This themes can be added easily without modifying any files you just need to drag and drop files to your main directory of OpenCart. This is Responsive Admin Design which give completely unique look to your admin panel. We have also listed some premium opencart admin template which can be purchase in just few dollars which is provided with complete guidelines. This design are made in Twitter Bootstrap 3.0+ You can see…
  • 15+ Latest Clean WordPress Blog Themes

    24 Sep 2014 | 6:34 am
    Today we have listed 15+ Latest Clean WordPress Blog Themes which is Very clean and Simple Design for which is ideal for Blogging purpose and SEO optimized for your traffic. This Themes are added with custom widgets like Instagram, Flicker, Twitter, Dribbble, Advertisement Box which is important for blogging. Having unlimited color variation and font collection and built in latest technology Bootstrap and WordPress 4.0 Ready. You just need to setup which can be done with the help of documentation in just few minutes. Let’s check it out latest Minimal WordPress Blogging Themes of 2014..
  • 10 Latest Non Profit WebSite Templates

    16 Sep 2014 | 9:57 am
    Today we have showcased 10 Latest Non Profit Website Templates from themeforest marketplace. This collections are newly designed and developed by Quality authors. This themes comes with proper documentation for installation and help. This themes come with responsive and retina display also compataible with different device technologies. Non profit Templates comes with donation gallery and donation of paypal system and easily integrated with other payment system. Its is made in Bootstrap 3 and awesome unique look. Let’s see all elite responsive Website themes from ThemeForest below. Enjoy.
  • iPhone 6 Mockup PSD Templates

    13 Sep 2014 | 8:03 am
    We have been seeing that iPhone 6 is in Top 10 Trends of Google Search so we thought you might be in search of iPhone 6 Mockup PSD Templates so here are some of latest Free and Premium iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus PSD Templates. We will keep updating this post with Latest Free and Premium Mockup. This are very professional PSD mockup for iphone 6 from different author this will help you to understand the UI for iphone 6/6 plus Templates. You can let us know if you need any help for more mockups so we can search for you and list it out here. Phone 6/6Plus Case Design Mockup Layered PSD file to…
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  • Legal things to consider when setting up a website in different countries

    22 Oct 2014 | 9:51 am
      Legality & Global Online Identity It pays to be online nowadays, more so, for a business owner eager to display products and seek customers on a global platform. Doing the same not only requires thorough planning, but a good understanding of the legal aspects of different countries. Regulating the Online Presence Selection of an appropriate domain name and hosting service may seem to be rather innocuous decisions to make, but it is not so. The wide ranges of choices should not be confused with the permissibility of usage, particularly for top-level domain names. Country-specific…
  • 4 Ways to Establish Authority as a Blogger

    20 Oct 2014 | 11:20 am
    It doesn’t matter if you’re an “expert” at Lolzcats or grilling a mean steak. There’s one thing that every blogger needs: Authority. It’s what will draw in readership, what will make your content shareable (and hopefully viral) and what will move you up the ranks amidst the competition. Of course, there are bloggers who are “successful” because they’re train wrecks nobody can look away from, but even they have some authority on what they’re dishing about (such as Perez Hilton and his knack for covering the latest celebrity gossip). Things get a little more serious when…
  • Enhance your blogging power with SMO

    16 Sep 2014 | 4:21 pm
    As 2014 continues to unfold, Internet marketing strategists have grown feverish. The onset of new technological devices and online advertising techniques has caused the task of building one’s brand via the Internet to undergo a multitude of significant shifts. While many might assume that blogging has remained relatively static as an online pursuit, nothing could be further from the truth. These days, business owners who are interested in increasing visibility and conversion through the maintenance of dynamic blogs know they must implement cutting-edge strategies in order to exceed the…
  • Giveaway: Free Get DVD Rip and Backup Tool

    25 Aug 2014 | 2:33 am
    Hey guys, till August.30, 2014, we cooperate with Digiarty Software, Inc. to run an exclusive giveaway for all our Master Blogster readers as well as Gadgetnote fans.  Anyone who is need of the DVD rip and backup solutions can visit the giveaway page to grab the license code for free: http://www.winxdvd.com/giveaway/masterblogster.htm About the WinX DVD Ripper for Mac Giveaway It is open worldwide for free download. The giveaway edition enables us the full functions usage. And it has been updated to support the latest DVDs such as ripping DVD Guardians of the Galaxy, The Amazing Spider-Man 2…
  • Giveaway: Enter for Your Chance to Win One of Three ThemeFuse Themes

    16 Jun 2014 | 3:41 am
    Here at ThemeFuse, we have an amazing opportunity to share with our users! We are giving three of our readers the chance to win one of our premium WordPress themessite. WordPress has become an important stop for anyone with a blog in need of quality themes and formats to bring attention to their site. So it’s a pretty big deal that we are giving three lucky winners the chance to choose a WordPress theme created by ThemeFuse for their site for free! If you’re wondering how you can get in on this action, here’s how: Since you are already here, the easiest way is to leave a comment on this…
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  • 25 Best Music WordPress Themes 2014

    Sam Sinton
    22 Oct 2014 | 2:04 am
    WordPress music themes are among the most popularly searched themes as they allow bands and musicians a way of communicating effectively with their fans. Whether it is a new release, a new gig, or a festival event that you will be appearing at you need to let those that love your music know that it is on so they will buy tickets and attend. In the list below we have curated some of the very best premium WordPress themes for musicians, they have been selected in no particular order but they are updated often. We take every care to only include music themes that are easy to use and from…
  • Top 10 WordPress Themes for Google AdSense

    Joe Fylan
    10 Oct 2014 | 3:15 am
    Today I have decided to look once more at WordPress themes for Google AdSense. I have compiled what I believe to be the very best collection of AdSense templates available anywhere online, and if you don’t find one to your liking I will be very surprised. While many of the themes have been built specifically with CTR (click through rate) in mind, others just lend themselves well to this monetization method. When using any of the themes below it is wise to refer to Google’s terms when actually adding the AdSense units to the website, as they are very strict that these are adhered…
  • Best Food & Recipe WordPress Themes 2014

    Sam Sinton
    9 Oct 2014 | 9:30 am
    Food recipe blogs are all the craze, but to start a successful one you need the right look and feel to help you compete with the competition. Below we have listed only the very best food and recipe WordPress themes available to help you kick start your website. The themes are all fully responsive, and most have been built to ensure easy navigation between the recipe categories. I was inspired to create this collection by the successes of the Pinch of Yum team. Pinch of Yum is a relatively new food & recipe blog started by a husband and wife team, and they now boast over $30k per month in…
  • Best Political WordPress Themes for Politicians 2014

    Kevin Muldoon
    7 Oct 2014 | 8:29 pm
    Are you a politician, or a website designer needing to build a WordPress website dedicated to politicians and politics? This collection of themes may be just what you are looking for. Whether you are in the middle of a political campaign or an already elected member of government you will undoubtedly want a website that talks to your constituents, and presents your policies in a clear and defined manner. You may also want to accept donations, sell promotional items, or list your achievements as a politician. If so there is definitely a theme here for you! WordPress is an awesome CMS that…
  • Top 10 Directory WordPress Themes 2014

    Kevin Muldoon
    7 Oct 2014 | 5:12 am
    Directory WordPress themes allow you to transform your website into an online resource for those looking to find out more about an area, city, or region. Online directory’s are no longer seen as a curated list of links, they are somewhere that a visitor can gain insightful information that will help them plan their stay or night out. This curated list of WordPress directory themes is updated often and showcases only the very best templates available (this version is for 2014). Directory This top selling theme is one of the most powerful directory scripts available. It offers all the…
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  • wpDataTables Review: Create Responsive Tables in WordPress

    Nitish Singh
    22 Oct 2014 | 3:01 am
    Tables are the fundamental way of displaying, manipulating and storing data. And we like them as do any relational database does. wpDataTables co-relates with the above idea and comes up with a wonderful WordPress plugin that let you create tables, graphs and charts for your WordPress posts and pages. This can be achieved by uploading […] The post wpDataTables Review: Create Responsive Tables in WordPress appeared first on Indexwp.
  • 20+ Best WordPress Business Themes 2014

    Dhiraj Das
    19 Oct 2014 | 10:57 pm
    This is a collection of best WordPress business themes, if you are looking for crisp and professional  looking business themes, look no further, grab a theme from this list and start your site We have collected some of the best WordPress business themes from various sources, so you get only the best. This will be […] The post 20+ Best WordPress Business Themes 2014 appeared first on Indexwp.
  • Creative Market is Offering 105 items worth $1,680+ Only $39

    Dhiraj Das
    17 Oct 2014 | 4:01 am
    Creative market is one of the leading marketplace for digital products, it’s a great place to find WordPress themes and other design related products. They have recently started a bundle offer and giving out 105 items worth more than $1680 for only $39 and I’m sure this bundle worth a mention here so that our […] The post Creative Market is Offering 105 items worth $1,680+ Only $39 appeared first on Indexwp.
  • 10 Important Guest Blogging Plugins for WordPress

    Dhiraj Das
    16 Oct 2014 | 12:57 am
    Some of the specially created Guest blogging plugins can make the process of receiving and managing guest blog posts from from guest authors real easy for you. Guest blogging has been an integral part of the blogging industry for ages, I’m sure it will continue to be one, guest blogging is considered as one of […] The post 10 Important Guest Blogging Plugins for WordPress appeared first on Indexwp.
  • 25+ Best WordPress Photography themes

    Dhiraj Das
    13 Oct 2014 | 8:56 pm
    This is a collection of best WordPress Photography themes for professional photographers or designers. If your are looking for best WordPress Photography themes, look no further just grab any of these themes and get started. Also Read: Responsive Free WordPress Themes eClipse eClipse is a great looking, clean and minimalist photography theme which will help […] The post 25+ Best WordPress Photography themes appeared first on Indexwp.
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  • How to Select a Payment Processor for Your Online Store

    Foysal Ahmed
    1 Oct 2014 | 12:21 am
    Selecting a payment processor does not sound challenging at all. You just go through some of the big names and choose one from them. After all, it is only a payment processor, how challenging can it be? Well, it can be quite challenging actually. If you do a little research, you will find out that most of the companies offer almost the same services. Choosing one from them is a bit confusing while there is no any apparent difference between them. You are a little confused now, right? The simple thing does not seem so simple now. Nonetheless, fear not. After reading this article carefully, you…
  • 10 Practical Tips You Should Know Before Starting WordPress Theme Development

    Foysal Ahmed
    31 Aug 2014 | 11:16 pm
    WordPress Developing is one of the hot jobs in the IT sector these days. Actually, it has been hot for a few years now. Enthusiasts like you and me are making it even hotter! Anyway, I will not discuss how popular WordPress is, what can be done with this or how to do something with some other thing. You already know most of them, right? What I will discuss in this post is my real-life experience of working as a WordPress theme developer. I started WordPress development six months ago, here in Qlue. During this time, I found out that there are some things which will be very useful for the…
  • How to Create a Booking Website with WooCommerce

    Foysal Ahmed
    26 Aug 2014 | 12:27 am
    If you are providing reservations, customer services or online hiring services through your WordPress website, you need to have a solid booking system in place. Among the various ways of creating a booking system, one of the popular ways is to do it through WooCommerce Bookings extension. In this article, I will discuss about how you can create a booking system with WooCommerce Bookings extension, set it up and manage the bookings. Initial Preparation Before doing anything, we need to install Bookings in our WordPress site. Download Bookings from here, install and activate it. You will find…
  • How to Create A Subscription Website with WooCommerce

    Foysal Ahmed
    21 Aug 2014 | 12:00 am
    Creating subscription-based websites with WooCommerce is very easy, thanks to the premium extensions offered by Woo Themes. To create a subscription website with WooCommerce, you will need WooCommerce itself and the WooCommerce Subscriptions extension. If you don’t have WooCommerce installed, check out our post on getting started with WooCommerce. With the Subscriptions extension, you can sell any product that requires timely payments. You can sell all type of products including physical, virtual and/or downloadable products. It is also possible to sell memberships or services by setting…
  • How to use Dashicons in WordPress

    Foysal Ahmed
    15 Aug 2014 | 10:04 pm
    One of the coolest features of WordPress 3.8 was the addition of Dashicons. The icons nicely complement the overall design and bring a very professional look to the admin panel. In this article, I will discuss how you can use these awesome icons in your themes, as admin menu icons and how to use them in custom posts too. Let’s get started. How to use Dashicons in themes/child themes Did you know that Dashicons are already included in WordPress? That means you don’t have to add any additional font library or anything else. To use the icons in your theme, just enqueue them in the…
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  • 4 AdSense Themes for WordPress

    Meeta Kabra
    22 Oct 2014 | 3:24 am
    The post 4 AdSense Themes for WordPress appeared first on WPEka. Who would say no to easy income? We start a blog and most of us would like to monetize it. Yet, very rarely do you see a blog that is making money optimally. Either because the ads are not placed at the right places or they are victims of ad blindness. Fortunately, WordPress developers have […] The post 4 AdSense Themes for WordPress appeared first on WPEka.
  • Why did your AdSense account get banned?

    21 Oct 2014 | 4:45 am
    The post Why did your AdSense account get banned? appeared first on WPEka. You spent days, months, hours to create a niche content website, painstakingly grew incoming traffic and then applied for an AdSense account. You were euphoric when it was approved too. But just when it all looked too good to be true – your AdSense account was banned. You knew it could happen to you any […] The post Why did your AdSense account get banned? appeared first on WPEka.
  • Take their word for it!

    21 Oct 2014 | 2:25 am
    The post Take their word for it! appeared first on WPEka. WPEka Club has been around for a while and is already resonating with the WordPress community… From full reviews to being included in awesome roundups, WPEka Club has been featured on many popular WordPress hangouts. We’re so thankful to each one of you! Catch up on the buzz here - WPEka – A WordPress Club That Offers Great […] The post Take their word for it! appeared first on WPEka.
  • WordPress News: iThemes Accounts Get Hacked

    Ariel Rule
    20 Oct 2014 | 11:36 am
    The post WordPress News: iThemes Accounts Get Hacked appeared first on WPEka. There is almost nothing more unnerving than finding out that your personal information has been stolen. Unfortunately, if you are a iThemes Account Holder, you likely received an email back in September regarding a security breach on iThemes’ server. After noticing some suspicious activity on our server earlier today, we discovered a significant attack on […] The post WordPress News: iThemes Accounts Get Hacked appeared first on WPEka.
  • How to use WP Support Helpdesk

    Preeti Whatkar
    20 Oct 2014 | 1:26 am
    The post How to use WP Support Helpdesk appeared first on WPEka. WP Support Helpdesk lets you create a professional looking support & ticketing system for your WordPress site. Manage all your tickets right from the dashboard. Here’s a step-by-step guide for how to use WP Support Helpdesk. Installing WP Support Helpdesk plugin 1. Download the wp-support-helpdesk.zip file & unzip to plugins folder located at /wordpress/wp-content/plugins 2. […] The post How to use WP Support Helpdesk appeared first on WPEka.
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  • A2 Hosting review – SSD Drive

    Lee Hughes
    22 Oct 2014 | 4:53 pm
    In this A2 Hosting review we’ll look at why they made my list for the best WordPress hosting. A2 Hosting offer a feature less common with most shared WordPress hosting companies, SSD drive. But what is a SSD drive? You can read a technical article from Wikipedia but if you’re short on time, this video from A2 Hosting will show you how a SSD drive can help speed up your website. A2 Hosting claim the following: 300% Faster Page Loads Than The Competition! Some hosts claim to offer Solid State Drive Hosting but only host your OS or MySQL databases, not your files. We use SSD for…
  • How To Start A Blog

    Lee Hughes
    11 Oct 2014 | 5:02 pm
    Table of contents Why start a blog WordPress Hosting Installing WordPress Thousands of plugins and themes WordPress Themes Essential plugins The Essentials Of Blogging How To Create Popular Content How To Make Money Blogging These days it seems like just about everyone has a blog, from your average individual to the world’s biggest celebrities and corporate brands. So what is it about blogging that’s piqued the interest of so many people and just how easy is it to set up your own blog? Read on to find out how to start a blog. Why Start A Blog? There are hundreds of different reasons why…
  • Team Treehouse Review

    Lee Hughes
    30 Sep 2014 | 5:49 pm
    Table of contents What is Treehouse The Treehouse courses Treehouse Tracks My Treehouse profile What languages? Not all about code Treehouse teaching style Pro vs Basics Team Treehouse job board Getting a job using Treehouse *Update* I have now quit my job to focus on code which I’m learning from Treehouse and Code School, you can find out why on the Treehouse forum. – update – Treehouse are also planning new video courses for both Django, Python and Node.js There’s a boom at the moment and it’s focused on self online learning. There are numerous websites popping…
  • The Best WordPress Hosting in 2014

    Lee Hughes
    10 Sep 2014 | 11:54 pm
    Table of contents Siteground WP Engine A2 Hosting Web Hosting Hub Bluehost Pixeno How to pick the best WordPress hosting company for you Since WordPress powers +60 million websites, hosting for WordPress is big business. With that said there are many hosting companies out there but which offer the best WordPress hosting service? Here I look at higher end hosting for people who are becoming more serious with their websites and I’ll finish with a highly rated affordable option for people just getting started or wanting to support more domains at an affordable price. Here are my favourite…
  • Udemy review

    Lee Hughes
    4 Sep 2014 | 5:56 pm
    Udemy is a one stop shop for online courses. They offer a huge range of topics from learning to code, Photoshop training, learning music and many many more. In this Udemy review I’ll break down the core subjects so it’s much easier to see what they have on offer. What I like about Udemy is their one time fee per subject, sometimes free. You can even teach a course yourself. Udemy now has over 8,000 courses covering a huge amount of courses. It would be beyond the scope of this review to try and cover each one so I’ll pick my favourites along with some random courses to show…
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  • Find Shellshock Exploit Attempts & Probes From the Command Line and Papertrail

    Tyler Longren
    23 Oct 2014 | 4:05 am
    Never hurts to make sure I’ve written about Papertrail a few times before, I love the service and it’s just too valuable to not use. Papertrail makes it super easy to find Shellshock exploit attempts and probes. Probes are just checking a machine to see if it’s vulnerable to Shellshock. If you’re using CloudFlare, you’ll never see any Shellshock attempts show up in your logs, CloudFlare doesn’t even let them through. See If Shellshock Affects You Checking to see if your system is vulnerable to Shellshock is quite easy. It takes a relatively simple bash…
  • Scotch Box: A Vagrant LAMP Stack That Just Works

    Tyler Longren
    20 Oct 2014 | 5:42 am
    Just a dead-simple local LAMP stack for developers I discovered Scotch Box recently, brought to us by the folks at scotch.io. It actually looks like Nicholas Cerminara has done most of the work, or as least done all of the committing to GitHub. Here’s the Scotch Box announcement at the Scotch.io blog. After using Scotch Box for a day, I’ve decided this is how I will do all future development work. It’s so easy, and you really don’t need to know much about Vagrant or VirtualBox to get up and running with Scotch Box. Scotch Box has a repository setup at GitHub that…
  • Send Apache Logs to Papertrail With Rsyslog

    Tyler Longren
    3 Oct 2014 | 6:46 am
    Over the last few days, I’ve been looking at Apache web server logs, a lot, mostly quick checks for Shellshock probes and exploit attempts. All on client servers, thankfully. All of the servers I operate through DigitalOcean are patched up. It just so happens that all the sites I host have their DNS hosted by Cloudflare, which has been blocking all Shellshock attempts. A majority of my sites send their Apache logs to Papertrail. Having all my apache logs easily accessible and searchable is extremely nice. It’d make sniffing out Shellshock attempts quite simple. You can check for…
  • Free Flat Buttons Are Free

    Tyler Longren
    23 Sep 2014 | 6:13 am
    Include stylesheet, apply class, done. I like flat design. I also like Free Flat Buttons, from freeflatbuttons.com. Did I mention they’re free? But most buttons are free, so the naming must be a marketing thing. It’s been a while since Free Flat Buttons have seen any updates, but there’s really nothing to update in my opinion. They serve their purpose quite well. They look very nice when paired with FontAwesome, too. Free Flat Buttons can be found on GitHub, it’s repository is very simple and only includes the button stylesheet and the HTML and CSS associated with the…
  • Anchor: Free Client Management & Invoicing App For Freelancers

    Tyler Longren
    22 Sep 2014 | 6:24 am
    Get Paid Fast With Stripe Or PayPal Anchor is a new invoicing webapp that you run on your own server. It’s written in PHP and is free to use for any freelancer, individual, or sole proprietor. It provides more features than Slimvoice, the drawback being that you have to host it yourself. That’s not really an issue for most of my readers, however. The only thing I wish Anchor had was quotes and job creation. Because of the lack of job and quote creation, I don’t use Anchor myself. I use Ultimate Client Manager for invoicing, quote creation, and job creation. It,…
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    Ethical Web - Resource Platform of Web Design, Tutorials, WordPress, HTML5, etc..

  • HTML5 in iOS 8 - Apple Supports WebGL and IndexedDB for Web Development

    1 Oct 2014 | 3:38 am
    There is good news for web programmers as support for standards has been added by Apple's new iOS 8 that allows developing interesting games and more productive websites. Safari, which is developed into Apple’s operating system, can run Web software that written to use the IndexedDB standard to store data that can be used without a network connection and the WebGL standard for
  • Do You Recognize the 11 Tools Launched for Web Designers in Sep 2014?

    22 Sep 2014 | 4:20 am
    In the month of September, there are lots of things that are new for web designers and developers, and it is must for them to check-out those new things in order to learn some new tactics and techniques. When it comes to talk about those new things, it includes CSS tools, inspiration resources, web apps, software, email templates, jQuery resources, pattern tools, WordPress design, theme, plugin
  • Web Design: Tricks of Tech Design Show At Big (D)esign Conference

    4 Sep 2014 | 5:58 am
    At the sixth annual Big (D)esign Conference, about 1,000 inquiring tech design minds, including coders to gamers will be gathered in Addison to learn from each other. Co-founder Candy Bernhardt says, "It’s like South by [Southwest] before it got too big and commercial". At Big (D)esign, they are promise to bring different mindsets together for help for those website owners, whose sites are
  • Advantages & Disadvantages of Using HTML5 for e-Learning Development

    1 Sep 2014 | 3:04 am
    With increasing the use of mobile devices by learners, the demand of HTML5 is gone up as it becomes the forefront of eLearning development. We all know that HTML5 is the current version of Hypertext Markup Language by which eLearning professionals and experts are able to publish and deliver the content to the learner's iPad, iPhones and other smart-phones. Using this high-end language for
  • Ultimate Guide to Develop Your First WordPress Plugin

    20 Aug 2014 | 11:42 pm
    The best thing about WordPress is it can be customized and extended with plug-ins. Developing WordPress plug-in seems like a difficult task; however it is actually simpler than you may think. In this post, we are going to teach you how to develop WordPress plug-in with few simple steps. Before beginning with development task, I'm providing information about what actually WordPress plug-in is.
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    Genesis Club Pro Plugin

  • Genesis Club Pro v4.12 – Telephone Number On Forms

    Russell Jamieson
    16 Oct 2014 | 2:39 pm
    GCPP v4.12 adds a telephone number for the [genesis-club-form] shortcode. This is supported for integration with Aweber, Infusionsoft, MailChimp and SendReach forms. The release also allows you to add some more widget areas and fixes a number of minor bugs. ENHANCEMENT: Collects a telephone number as well as name and email on your forms by […] The post Genesis Club Pro v4.12 – Telephone Number On Forms appeared first on Genesis Club Pro Plugin.
  • How To Include A Telephone Number On Genesis Club Forms

    Russell Jamieson
    30 Sep 2014 | 2:45 pm
    In Genesis Club Pro version 4.12 we have added support for telephone numbers when integrating with Aweber, SendReach, MailChimp and Infusionsoft forms. There are slight variations in the instructions according to which autoresponder service you are using as each has a different way of handling telephone numbers Aweber Edit your list on Aweber and add […] The post How To Include A Telephone Number On Genesis Club Forms appeared first on Genesis Club Pro Plugin.
  • How To Reinstall The Genesis Club Pro Plugin

    Russell Jamieson
    19 Sep 2014 | 7:07 am
    How To Get The Latest Version Plugin If you are a member of the Genesis Club please log in to the Genesis Club Membership site and click to the Download the GCPP button button. How To Reinstall The Plugin Download plugin zip file to your desktop making sure it is saved as a ZIP file […] The post How To Reinstall The Genesis Club Pro Plugin appeared first on Genesis Club Pro Plugin.
  • Integrating Landing Pages With MailChimp

    Russell Jamieson
    20 Aug 2014 | 3:24 am
    With Mailchimp you use the genesis-club-form shortcode. Set up the visuals aspects of your form exactly the same as you would do for Aweber, Infusionsoft or Send Reach. Choose your button text, whether you want just name or first name and last name, whether you want to use labels or placeholder and whether you want […] The post Integrating Landing Pages With MailChimp appeared first on Genesis Club Pro Plugin.
  • How To Use The Genesis Club Slider

    Russell Jamieson
    17 Aug 2014 | 1:10 pm
    There are 2 ways in which to include the Genesis Club Slider on your site; one is to use the [layerslider] shortcode ; the other is to use one of the three Genesis Club Slider widgets LayerSlider ShortCode The layerslider id=”123″ shortcode can be included in the body of a post or in a text […] The post How To Use The Genesis Club Slider appeared first on Genesis Club Pro Plugin.
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  • Brief Guide on How to Upgrade Joomla 1.5 to 1.6

    Natalia Bogdanets
    22 Oct 2014 | 4:56 am
    A CMS is often compared with a foundation of a building. But what happens to a real building if it’s not cared about? The rats move in. The same thing happens with a CMS if it’s not maintained properly. In … Continue reading →The post Brief Guide on How to Upgrade Joomla 1.5 to 1.6 appeared first on CMS2CMS.
  • 5 Steps to Follow When Upgrading Your Joomla 1.5 to 3

    Natalia Bogdanets
    21 Oct 2014 | 4:51 am
    Staying up to date with the latest versions of Joomla is very important, because it keeps you up to date with the latest features, increases performance and enhances security. Joomla upgrade 1.5 to 3.0 is quite tricky because Joomla 1.5 … Continue reading →The post 5 Steps to Follow When Upgrading Your Joomla 1.5 to 3 appeared first on CMS2CMS.
  • Running Drupal 5? It’s Time to Upgrade!

    Natalia Bogdanets
    20 Oct 2014 | 6:42 am
    Drupal is a mature and robust open source framework for building amazing, professionally-looking websites. Especially the platform prides itself on having the dedicated community of developers who work tirelessly to bring the Drupal CMS new features and functionalities. Like most … Continue reading →The post Running Drupal 5? It’s Time to Upgrade! appeared first on CMS2CMS.
  • WordPress Blog Maintenance Checklist

    Dmytro Lazarchuk
    17 Oct 2014 | 3:45 am
    Running a blog is not just about posting fresh content and promoting it on a regular basis – there are blog maintenance routines which should be carried out daily, weekly, monthly, yearly, etc. to keep it running smoothly and in … Continue reading →The post WordPress Blog Maintenance Checklist appeared first on CMS2CMS.
  • Data2CRM Official Release: Revolutionary Features Have Come

    Dmytro Lazarchuk
    16 Oct 2014 | 2:28 am
    Happy news! It’s time of MagneticOne first break – the final release of Data2CRM, automated migration service. Since now on, you might easily and accurately migrate your data to the dream CRM with Data2CRM! Let’s look back through our timeline! … Continue reading →The post Data2CRM Official Release: Revolutionary Features Have Come appeared first on CMS2CMS.
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    Kasa Reviews

  • How to Restore Deleted WordPress Posts

    18 Oct 2014 | 10:51 am
    How to Restore Deleted WordPress Posts Imagine all your hard work has been for nothing. Nobody likes that feeling. Especially if one or more posts or pages from your wordpress site got deleted. You would like The post How to Restore Deleted WordPress Posts appeared first on Kasa Reviews.
  • How to Install WordPress on Domain

    18 Oct 2014 | 6:31 am
    How to Install WordPress on Domain WordPress is most popular blogging platform and content management system. Newcomers to WordPress often have problem how to install wordpress on domain. They don’t understand that WordPress installation is in The post How to Install WordPress on Domain appeared first on Kasa Reviews.
  • Create Amazon Affiliate Sites Using Fresh Store Builder

    16 Oct 2014 | 5:43 am
    Create Amazon Affiliate Sites Using Fresh Store Builder Earning money by promoting Amazon products can be lucrative business. But only with right product and software. Using Fresh Store Builder you can create Amazon affiliate sites which will hopefully The post Create Amazon Affiliate Sites Using Fresh Store Builder appeared first on Kasa Reviews.
  • WordPress Site Showing Blank White Page

    3 Oct 2014 | 4:26 pm
    WordPress Site Showing Blank White Page Many website owners have encountered WordPress Site Showing Blank White Page problem. So called “White Screen of Death.” Nobody likes problems with their site. But if you are long time The post WordPress Site Showing Blank White Page appeared first on Kasa Reviews.
  • Create WordPress Video Website Using Covert Video Press

    28 Sep 2014 | 2:39 pm
    Create WordPress Video Website Using Covert Video Press Watching online videos is very popular right now. YouTube is of course the biggest video site out there and in fact the 3rd most visited website in the world. So it is natural that people The post Create WordPress Video Website Using Covert Video Press appeared first on Kasa Reviews.
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    Techalf - Free WordPress Themes & Plugins

  • A Fancy WordPress Author List

    22 Oct 2014 | 11:35 am
    The Fancy WordPress Author List plugin as name suggest display list of authors in your website using widget area section. This plugin is very simple for any user to show the author in the sidebar. Simply, just drag the author widget into the sidebar and the Fancy WordPress Author List plugin show the author in sidebar. Key Features Display the list of authors. Clicking on author’s link, anyone can access all authors posts and profile. You can sort authors according to their number of articles, top posting author will be on top and hence you can set competition of posting articles on your…
  • SocialFans – WP Responsive Social Counter Plugin

    22 Oct 2014 | 11:24 am
    Retina Responsive WordPress plugin displaying your social accounts fans, subscribers and followers number with a lot of features coming with 30 social networks like facebook, linkedin, pinterest, twitter and 26 other social networks. Key Features Built on Bootstrap 3 Retina ready Fully responsive Fit any of sidebars width Animated effects  Cross browser – Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari, IE8, IE9, IE10 and IE11 (Animations IE10+) Free life time updates with future features added Translation ready ( .po and .mo ) files Shortcode ready unlimited choices to create your own skin CSS fancy…
  • Flyouts – Off Canvas Custom Content for WordPress

    22 Oct 2014 | 11:19 am
    BNE Flyouts is a WordPress plugin that adds off-canvas hidden sidebars with any custom content that will push in on every page of your site from a trigger or action. Any content you put in the Flyout will not display until the user triggers a floating button, floating image or linked from any element from your page content. Key Features Unlimited Number of Flyouts! Each Flyout background and font color can be styled individually. Add any type of content, HTML, text, images, and most shortcodes. Hide Flyout trigger buttons/images based on screen size. Trigger a Flyout from any page link,…
  • RobotPoster – WordPress plugin

    20 Oct 2014 | 7:25 am
    RobotPoster is a WordPress Plugin, that post automatically unlimited number of posts on your blog via RSS from many site web that you want ; This plugin give for you a CSS3 Button in Widget to start the automatic posting operation with two type : the first you load by every click and the second you click and the timer load and post after some time. Key Features Unlimited site to add from , via Rss Unlimited posts to post automatically Smart detector of posted post Smart detector of posted post Very Fast and Light With PHP Caching Timer Poster to chose the period to Reload Smart CSS3 Button if…
  • Willow – A One Page Multi-Purpose Theme

    20 Oct 2014 | 7:21 am
    Willow offers a clean simplicity in perfect harmony with arresting aesthetics and is guaranteed to impress any audience. A robust one page multi-purpose theme, Willow is crafted to adapt to your creative and professional needs while ensuring your content is showcased in breathtaking prominence. Key Features Responsive Design Retina Ready Page Builder – Powered by Visual Composer ($15 value) 11 Custom Elements for Visual Composer Fullscreen Video Background Fullscreen Parallax Background 3 Different Hero Text Styles Theme Options – Powered by Vafpress Vafpress Portfolio Plugin 3 Different…
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  • Creating an MVP With WordPress

    Tomas Laurinavicius
    20 Oct 2014 | 12:00 am
    It’s been one year since the idea of a natural looking stock photo marketplace came to my head and the long startup development cycle started. In this article, I’d like to share some of the stuff I’ve learnt, hacking my way, bootstrapping and launching an MVP (Minimum Viable Product) based on WordPress. Refe is a marketplace of natural looking stock photography of people interacting with technology. What Is an MVP? Minimum Viable Product, usually referred as MVP, is simply a product that has minimal value for the highest return on invested time and/or money. The term was…
  • Enter Competition to Win 7 WooCommerce Extensions

    10 Oct 2014 | 10:00 am
    Thinking of creating a new store with WooCommerce? Enter this great competition to win 7 WooCommerce extensions (WordPress plugins) developed by RightPress, a world-class WordPress plugin developer. You can find their portfolio on CodeCanyon. The Prizes Be sure to check these great prizes and scroll down to enter the competition. Product Product Description Subscriptio Sell subscriptions with WooCommerce – convert regular WooCommerce products to subscription products, allow users to subscribe, take recurring payments, manage subscribers. WooCommerce Membership WooCommerce Membership…
  • How to Sell Video Tutorials in WordPress

    Jawad Khan
    9 Oct 2014 | 12:00 am
    Creating your own digital product is one of the most profitable ways of making money online. As compared to providing services like web design, development or content writing, creating products requires a one-time effort that repays you over a sustained period of time. The initial effort in creating a digital product is more intense as compared to a service based business model, but the returns are much higher. When you hear about digital products, the first thing that probably comes to your mind is an eBook. Thousands of bloggers and freelancers sell eBooks and other forms of written content…
  • An Interview with: Cosmin Cotor (Envato Community)

    Sam Berson
    6 Oct 2014 | 12:00 am
    This is post #10 of 10 in the series “Envato Staff & Community Interviews” It’s time for another Envato Community interview – today, I’m speaking with Cosmin Cotor (cosmincotor), a ThemeForest and CodeCanyon author from Romania. Let’s get right into it! - Who is Cosmin Cotor? Tell the readers who you are, and what you do. Hello, my name is Cosmin Cotor, I’m 25 years old and I’m a freelance web designer from Romania. - How and where did you learn your skills? I started learning about web design in high school when I also encountered IE6 and…
  • How to Activate Maintenance Mode in WordPress

    Ben Wilson
    30 Sep 2014 | 12:00 am
    As someone who runs a WordPress site, there are times when you need to redesign your website, need to integrate functional changes such as design modification or speed enhancement, and for a majority of those times, you might look for new plugins. During this time, you need to block your website from the access of outside users as there are security risks. This situation of blocking a website from the public view is commonly known as Maintenance Mode. There are a variety of ways of putting a website into a maintenance mode. This enables you the ability to display a message to your visitors…
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    ENOISE Blog

  • Shellshock bash vulnerability

    1 Oct 2014 | 2:18 pm
    Over the past week, two related security issues affecting the popular bash shell were widely reported. The bash shell is a standard component of most Linux hosts, and is broadly used within the Linux community, including on many ENOISE servers. We immediately reviewed the security issues (CVE-2014-6271 and CVE-2014-7169), and were able to determine that our shared hosting platform was not affected. To prevent any potential threats we can confirm that we have now applied the relevant bash patches to all servers, both shared hosting platform and Virtual Private Servers.
  • New .UK domains

    24 Jun 2014 | 9:58 am
    As a UK based web hosting provider, we are happy to announce that we are now offering the brand new .uk domains. We offer .uk domains for FREE when included as part of a shared hosting package, with the exception of the “Starter” plan, which does not include domain registration. If you already own a site and would like to add a new .uk domain name (either as primary or secondary domain) just contact our support team and we’ll be happy to assist you. .uk is the newest product in the UK Domain Family, and it is at the forefront of the online revolution, offering an exciting…
  • The infamous Heartbleed bug

    10 Apr 2014 | 5:42 pm
    Over the last couple of days a serious bug in the OpenSSL library has made headlines around the world. The reason for this software bug to attract so much attention is that it lies at the core of many of the components that make up the secure networks we rely on every day, affecting encryption keys used to sign SSL certificates, encrypt HTTPS connections, secure mail, … A lot more information about the bug itself can be found at heartbleed.com. Additionally you can check whether you are vulnerable using GlobalSign’s SSL checker. Shared hosting platform All our shared web hosting…
  • Update on registrant verification process

    3 Mar 2014 | 7:07 pm
    As of January 1, 2014, ICANN requires all accredited registrars to verify their contact information. As a domain name registration provider, we are required to verify domain owner’s admin contact email addresses. This verification process gets automatically triggered when a domain name’s WHOIS admin contact is changed or if emails sent to the address on record are bouncing back. This blog post is just an announcement to clarify this situation, which has confused a few customers. If our upstream providers require your contact to be verified, you will receive an email from…
  • Where did we meet?

    2 Aug 2013 | 5:40 am
    “Why, hello there. Do you come here often?” First meetings are sometimes a bit awkward .. but then there are others you’d like to never forget. We’re actually hoping to meet some more people just like you lot, so we’re trying to recall where we’ve been, and which places where best for finding you. We had lots of plans for figuring it out, ranging form self-hypnosis to time-travel, but in the end we thought “Why not just ask?” Please leave us a comment below (just a line will do), and tell us if you can remember where you found ENOISE!
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    Nimbus Themes

  • The Best Email Service For Business

    Evan Scoboria
    21 Oct 2014 | 8:15 am
    We’ve helped many small businesses set up websites over the last decade – it’s one of the first concrete steps most businesses take to create a public presence. Typically, the... Read the full post at Nimbus Themes
  • Best Responsive WordPress Themes – The Ultimate List

    Kendall Scoboria
    20 Oct 2014 | 5:47 pm
    The best responsive WordPress themes on the market today come jam-packed with so many custom features that often you don’t need to look any further for another web template ever again. You can... Read the full post at Nimbus Themes
  • The Best WordPress Plugins for Food Bloggers

    Evan Scoboria
    14 Oct 2014 | 3:16 pm
    Over the last month, I’ve been developing and launching our new Food Blog WordPress theme and it’s been a blast! I’ve worked with some wonderful food bloggers who’ve provided... Read the full post at Nimbus Themes
  • Free Business WordPress Themes

    Kendall Scoboria
    8 Oct 2014 | 11:35 am
    Remember back in the day, when you needed a new website, you had to hire a team to design and develop one from scratch? As a graphic and web design/dev company, our clients come to us needing custom... Read the full post at Nimbus Themes
  • How to Make a Wedding Website Using WordPress

    Evan Scoboria
    6 Oct 2014 | 11:42 am
    When Kendall and I were planning our wedding in 2010, we wanted to provide our friends and family a website to visit where they could find the wedding schedule, maps, photos, and our registration. We... Read the full post at Nimbus Themes
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    Mualif Fahrizi | Share Your Knowledge

  • Cara Membuat Sitemap Content di Blogger

    Mualif Fahrizi
    18 Oct 2014 | 1:09 am
    Share Your Knowledge | Cara Membuat Sitemap Content di Blogger, Sitemap sangat berguna agar search engine seperti Google dapat mendeteksi adanya update pada situs atau blog kita. Jika sudah terdeteksi adanya update maka Google segera akan mengindex blog. Akan tetapi pembahasan “Cara Membuat Sitemap Otomatis” dalam artikel ini membahas bagaimana cara membuat sitemap atau daftar […]
  • Popular Top 40 Songs Of 2014 “Best Of The Best”

    Mualif Fahrizi
    25 Sep 2014 | 10:00 am
    SHARE YOUR KNOWLEDGE Kali ini saya ingin share lagu Top 40 Songs Of 2014 Best Of The Best. Silahkan langung di download aja lagu-lagunya. Agar lebih mudah dan cepat downloadnya pakai IDM [Internet Download Manager] yaa… Taylor swift – Shake It Off [DOWNLOAD] Nicki Minaj – Anaconda [DOWNLOAD] Meghan Trainor – All About The Bass [DOWNLOAD] […]
  • Kumpulan Mp3 Lagu Cinta “Love Song” Terbaik, Terpopular Sepanjang Masa

    Mualif Fahrizi
    21 Sep 2014 | 10:00 am
    SHARE YOUR KNOWLEDGE Kali ini saya ingin share kumpulan lagu lagu cinta terbaik, terpopuler sepanjang masa versi Billboard. karena lagu tersebut telah berhasil berada di puncak Hot 100 Billboard di waktu yang tidak sebentar. Agar lebih mudah dan lebih cepat pakai IDM [Internet Download Manager] yaa. Endless Love – Diana Ross & Lionel Richie [DOWNLOAD] […]
  • Mengenal Sejarah Android

    Mualif Fahrizi
    20 Sep 2014 | 12:30 am
    SHARE YOUR KNOWLEDGE Android (/ˈæn.drɔɪd/; an-droyd) adalah sistem operasi berbasis Linux yang dirancang untuk perangkat seluler layar sentuh seperti telepon pintar dan komputer tablet. Android awalnya dikembangkan oleh Android, Inc., dengan dukungan finansial dari Google, yang kemudian membelinya pada tahun 2005. Sistem operasi ini dirilis secara resmi pada tahun 2007, bersamaan dengan didirikannya Open Handset […]
  • Keadaan Ruh Setelah Terlepas Dari Jasad

    Mualif Fahrizi
    18 Sep 2014 | 10:00 am
    SHARE YOUR KNOWLEDGE Al-Barra bin Azib radhiyallahu ‘anhu meriwayatkan, “Kami keluar bersama Nabi shallallahu ‘alaihi wa sallam untuk mengurusi jenazah seorang laki-laki dari kalangan sahabat Anshar. Lantas kami sampai di kuburan yang belum digali. Lalu Rasulullahshallallahu ‘alaihi wa sallam duduk dan kami pun duduk di sekeliling beliau seakan-akan kepala kami dihinggapi burung. Beliau shallallahu ‘alaihi […]
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    The Official Cloudways Blog

  • “WordPress Will Stick Around And We Won’t Have To Reinvent The Wheel,” says Suzette Franck

    Waseem Abbas
    22 Oct 2014 | 4:40 am
    There are only few people who can claim to be Evangelists. They actually deserve this title due to their relentless passion, enthusiasm, dedication, everlasting love, long years of hard work, and experience. When it comes to WordPress, you can find many people, who have dedicated their lives fully to the community and growth of WordPress. […]
  • “Linux Is Eating My Ram” Myth Busted

    Maaz Shah
    21 Oct 2014 | 6:37 am
    In my experience, as a system administrator, I have been asked a lot of questions about system eating up all the memory. In all fairness, it is not uncommon for an operating system to occupy the memory and release it when required. There is a saying in Linux community: “Free memory is the waste of […]
  • Interview with Josh Dallyn: Magento Is Highly Customizable & It’s The Biggest Advantage!

    Saad Khan
    16 Oct 2014 | 5:23 am
    Experience is the best teacher. Every one of us has a life changing experience that teaches us some valuable lessons that guide us throughout our lives. Some of the distinguished individuals are destined to have a future as awe-inspiring and glorious as their past. His journey started at a small radio station. With hands-on-experience in […]
  • How To Use WP-CLI To Manage Your WordPress Website

    Ahsan Parwez
    15 Oct 2014 | 10:00 am
    Every day, we sit down and think what would be the best for our clients? What new features would they like to see? What changes should we make to the current features so they become easier for our clients to use? However, we can never be right unless our clients help us out. This is […]
  • Teams: Instantly Invite People To Collaborate On Projects

    Saad Durrani
    15 Oct 2014 | 5:37 am
    Teamwork is essential for success in any field. If Cloudways has been successful in the truest sense of the word, it is because of a team of individuals, who are working day and night to bring the easiest cloud hosting platform to you.
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    FindUrLaptop » WordPress

  • Best plugin for fonts in WordPress Theme

    6 Oct 2014 | 4:47 am
    If you want to change fonts in WordPress Theme, you can use WordPress plugin.Manual process of changing font requires some coding in theme files which can be avoided by using WordPress plugin for font. Plugins provide list of fonts from different font repositories. The post Best plugin for fonts in WordPress Theme appeared first on FindUrLaptop.
  • How to create a WordPress blog in 10 minutes

    23 Sep 2014 | 7:59 pm
    The most common CMS among bloggers is WordPress. If you want to create a WordPress blog, just follow these step sequentially and start publishing your article in short time. The post How to create a WordPress blog in 10 minutes appeared first on FindUrLaptop.
  • How to use CDN resources along with CDN storage in CDN77

    6 Sep 2014 | 12:55 am
    CDN77 offers 50GB free CDN storage in CDN77 data center which can be useful in further improving the performance. You can configure CDN resources along with CDN storage in CDN77 for WordPress website with W3 Total cache plugin. The post How to use CDN resources along with CDN storage in CDN77 appeared first on FindUrLaptop.
  • How to setup CDN Resources of CDN77 for WordPress

    2 Sep 2014 | 6:09 am
    CDN77 is one of the top CDN with more than 25 data centers in different locations around the world. CDN77 offers 14 day free trial period which can be used as test period for CDN77 services and deliveries. There are two types of configurations possible for CDN77. Use CDN resource from CDN77 – If you […] The post How to setup CDN Resources of CDN77 for WordPress appeared first on FindUrLaptop.
  • How performance is improved by W3 Total cache and CDN

    29 Aug 2014 | 4:08 am
    W3 Total cache is well known plugin for performance improvement but CDN further help in improving performance by faster delivery of content. W3 Total cache and CDN can jointly deliver website at much faster speed. The post How performance is improved by W3 Total cache and CDN appeared first on FindUrLaptop.
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  • 4 Gmail tips every small business owner should know

    Brian Duffy
    15 Oct 2014 | 12:35 am
    How much time do you spend every day managing your emails? I’ve been teaching small business owners about Internet technology for the last 5 years – and I’m always amazed by the number of people who don’t use email properly. In this short video I’m going to show you 4 simple techniques you can use to save time and get more from gmail.   59SHARES     Gmail tips for small business Gmail is the fastest, most powerful way to send and manage email. In this short video, you’ll learn how to: add signatures; so you can promote your website and social…
  • The small business owners guide to blogging with Ian Cleary

    Brian Duffy
    9 Oct 2014 | 9:12 am
    Are you interested in driving free traffic to your website, making a name for yourself in your industry and rapidly growing your small business online? If so, then you’re really going to enjoy this weeks video interview with Ian Cleary of Razor Social; an award-winning blogger and leading expert on the tools you can use to market your business with social media. The interview is going out live at 2pm (GMT+1) on Friday October 17th and you can watch a live stream right here - or head over to Google+ where you can set a reminder and interact with us by asking questions etc while…
  • The best 20 places to buy WordPress themes in 2014

    Brian Duffy
    1 Oct 2014 | 6:59 am
    WordPress themes are ready-made web designs that you can easily install to change the look-and-feel of your WordPress site. When you find a theme that you like, you can simply install it and start using it right away, or hire a developer to modify it – saving yourself a lot of time and money in web design fees, either way. WordPress themes are dirt-cheap (ranging from Free to USD$99) and there are tens of thousands to choose from – with new ones being released every day. In this post, I’ll quickly list my favorite 20 places to buy WordPress themes and offer some…
  • A beginners guide to promoting your small business on Twitter

    Brian Duffy
    24 Sep 2014 | 8:52 am
    Do you struggle with understanding how you can promote your small business on Twitter? At 9.30am on Friday 3rd of October, I’ll be talking to one of Ireland’s leading Twitter marketing experts; Samantha Kelly (also known as the Tweeting Goddess) to reveal practical tips you can use to get your business up and running on Twitter. You can watch a live stream of the video interview below – or head over to Google+ where you can set a reminder and interact with us by asking questions etc while we’re live on air. Please let us know if you’ll be watching so we…
  • Google search explained: How to get traffic from Google (video)

    Brian Duffy
    18 Sep 2014 | 3:26 am
    Search engine marketing involves increasing your websites visibility in the search engine results pages (SERPs). Different strategies for getting traffic directly from Google include; search engine optimization, paid advertising, Google Maps, YouTube marketing, Image search and more. This 5 minute video explains how Google works in plain English – and outlines practical things you can do to get traffic from Google.   58SHARES   Watch Video Read transcript   The video has closed captions if you need them. In this video, I’m going to quickly explain Google search and…
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  • An Extensive Collection of Cheatsheets for Web Designers

    Paul Andrew
    23 Oct 2014 | 2:32 am
    It doesn’t matter how many years of experience you have of a programming language, framework or CMS, you will always need to, from time to time, refer to the official documentation or, and more than likely, a handy quick reference cheatsheet, as it’s literally impossible to remember and know absolutely everything. In this post I have collected an avalanche of useful cheatsheets, references, guides, checklists and docs, covering almost all aspects of web design, that will not only help to improve your productivity, but will also help to solve some of those frustrating programming…
  • Opt-in, Time-limited Item Support

    Collis Ta'eed
    22 Oct 2014 | 5:06 pm
    In the 2014 Roadmap for Envato Market, we identified item support as a key area for work and improvement. The mismatch between author and buyer expectations on ThemeForest and CodeCanyon is a consistent area of pain and complaint. Through the year we’ve released a number of tactical improvements including: Author Teams for Comment Support Author Vacation Notifications Support Tab Improvements These changes to process and tooling are all important steps, and we have more of these to come. But our research and discussion with authors has indicated that the most important change we can make is…
  • 5 Things Worth Checking Out Across Envato That You Probably Missed

    22 Oct 2014 | 6:01 am
    I don’t know about you, but I can get so absorbed with Envato Market that I sometimes either forget to check-in with our sister sites or I’m unable to make the time to catch-up with all the many, good things going on over there! With that in mind, I just took some time to catch-up with Tuts+ and Envato Studio and discovered some really nice opportunities that may be of interest to our Envato Market community. 1. Get a whole year of Tuts+ FREE (a $180 value) with the purchase of an InMotion Hosting Plan If you missed out on our Envato Market birthday promotion back in August where…
  • Image Performance Tips For Authors

    Ben Smithett
    22 Oct 2014 | 2:00 am
    In this article I’ll share with you some tips to help improve the performance of your items and profile pages. It’s a well known fact that page load time is a vital part of maximising sales online. Google says it best: Fast and optimised pages lead to higher visitor engagement, retention, and conversions. The time it takes your Marketplace item, profile and live preview pages to load will have a direct and drastic impact on your sales. Here’s how to make that impact a positive one. How Your Content Impacts Page Speed You can add custom HTML to certain places on the Market,…
  • Coding Etiquette to Make Other Developers Hate You Less

    Adam Bradford
    20 Oct 2014 | 5:52 pm
    Ever spend hours searching for an error in the code of a website or app? We’ve all been there. Few things frustrate me more than debugging a hot mess of foobar code. It takes longer than it should to find errors, which takes away time from getting real work done. The good news is it’s easy to write clean, manageable code that makes co-workers, other developers and your future self happy. I hammer all of these tips into my developers with my trusty war mallet. And I’ve saved you years of making the same mistakes I did by compiling them here in one safe place for you. 0.
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  • Best Of 2014 WordPress Business Themes

    Karan Chopra
    21 Oct 2014 | 6:36 pm
    Every year 1000s of themes come into existence, some are just good, some are more good and even some are excellent. While one can select the end theme for one-to-many reasons, but here in this list, with an aim of selecting the best, I am rounding up the best of 2014 WordPress business themes. Hope […]
  • Amazing WooCommerce WordPress Themes Collection

    Karan Chopra
    20 Oct 2014 | 6:34 pm
    eCommerce making huge waves in our lives, so as the same way, more and more merchants are working towards setting the shop online. This is because, In this list, we are presenting the whole new list of amazing new WooCommerce WordPress themes for you. Disclosure: Please note that some of the links below are affiliate […]
  • Old And New Best Of Photography WordPress Themes

    Karan Chopra
    19 Oct 2014 | 6:32 pm
    Although we covered up the list on same niche Photography quite a many times but thanks to the old and new themes which we strongly think that they have to be the part of lists, we are here again with another old and new best of photography WordPress themes list. Hope this new list interest […]
  • The ‘High Rated’ WordPress Business Themes

    Karan Chopra
    16 Oct 2014 | 6:34 pm
    Businesses all around, small or big, either offline or just started online. All are in search of some real good web design by which they can show up their brand worldwide. In this article, I have rounded up the “high rated” WordPress business themes for your selection. Hope you like it. Disclosure: Please note that […]
  • WordPress Fashion Themes To Fall In Love With

    Karan Chopra
    14 Oct 2014 | 6:33 pm
    Men, Women, Kids everyone love fashion at some stage of life, while some love fashion huge while others a bit, result of which a lot of new small and big fashion store comes into existence. Well context to same, here in this article, I have showcased the best of WordPress fashion themes to fall in […]
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    WP Seer

  • Avoid These Errors When Installing A WordPress Theme

    17 Oct 2014 | 6:06 pm
    Installing a WordPress theme is supposed to be as easy as pie, but unfortunately that is not always the case. What many of us regard as a simple process, is a source of headache for a number of WordPress users. How To Install A WordPress Theme The easiest way to install a WordPress theme is through the […] The post Avoid These Errors When Installing A WordPress Theme appeared first on WP Seer.
  • ReviewPress WordPress Theme Review

    29 Sep 2014 | 4:35 pm
    In this ReviewPress review, we take a look at the features, performance, ease of use of the theme and quality of support offered by the theme developer. Introducing ReviewPress ReviewPress is a powerful WordPress review theme that allows you to create beautiful review websites on the WordPress platform. The ReviewPress WordPress theme is best suited to […] The post ReviewPress WordPress Theme Review appeared first on WP Seer.
  • Win an Annual Platinum WPEka Club Plan

    10 Sep 2014 | 9:39 am
    We are back with some awesome news! We have teamed up with WPEka Club to bring you this premium WordPress Giveaway. Three lucky winners will win WPEka Club’s Platinum Package worth $147. More about the prize later… A little about WPEka Club WPEka Club offers a power-packed arsenal of 28 premium plugins and 24 premium […] The post Win an Annual Platinum WPEka Club Plan appeared first on WP Seer.
  • 7 Best WordPress Music Themes

    3 Sep 2014 | 6:49 pm
    Are you looking for the best WordPress music theme for your music project? This should help. Searching for a theme is not supposed to be a difficult task, is it? There are thousands of WordPress themes available on the market right? Maybe that is the problem, the options are so many that you do not know which […] The post 7 Best WordPress Music Themes appeared first on WP Seer.
  • 5 Best WordPress Theme Framework

    19 Aug 2014 | 5:51 pm
    A jolly good fellow asked the question “What is your go to framework/theme to accomplish full mobile responsiveness…?” on the advanced WordPress Facebook group. This question sparked a lot of quality replies from “advanced WordPress users”, who better to enlighten us on the best theme frameworks for WordPress theme development than the people who use these frameworks […] The post 5 Best WordPress Theme Framework appeared first on WP Seer.
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  • Pinterest Marketing Tip: How To Enhance Your Images In 30 Seconds

    Denisa Cinca
    6 Oct 2014 | 8:45 pm
    It goes without saying that appealing photos get more attention such as a catchy headline.Great looking photos get more pins which eventually translates into more followers. I mean who wants to see boring photos?With such a huge amount of amazing images on Pinterest, bloggers struggle to get themselves noticed.…The post Pinterest Marketing Tip: How To Enhance Your Images In 30 Seconds appeared first on MyBloggingThing.
  • How to Change Featured Images in WordPress Without Editing Posts

    Denisa Cinca
    2 Oct 2014 | 5:47 pm
    Just recently I had to change my WordPress theme, headline fonts and logo to update my blog design and guess what?I screwed most if not all of my featured images.But I was expecting that.I knew that if I where to change the theme I had to change all of my posts thumbnails also so that they match my new theme.…The post How to Change Featured Images in WordPress Without Editing Posts appeared first on MyBloggingThing.
  • Boring Blog Photos? Here Are 5 Actionable Tips To Make Your Images Stand Out

    Denisa Cinca
    25 Sep 2014 | 6:17 pm
    You may think that this post is just another average article with a catchy headline on how to enhance photos or a how to guide for advanced photographers, but in fact it’s not.These are my personal favorite 5 techniques that I use on a regular basis to turn a boring photo into a beautiful one with minimum of photographic skills.In this guide I will be using the same image editing software that I used when I wrote the tutorial on how to design your own logo, the GIMP image editing software which is released under GNU General Public License.Also you will see that I like to adjust the…
  • 5 Of The Best WordPress Backup Plugins

    Denisa Cinca
    21 Sep 2014 | 5:24 pm
    Just recently I was forced to move one of my niche websites to another host and I had to research some of the best WordPress backups plugins to do the job.It all went smooth and the process was quite simple, as I had a copy of my website including my database all I had to do is copy the files, the database and change the DNS.But what if I didn’t have a backup?Can you imagine? Not having a backup of your website?What if something goes wrong? Or maybe you want to move to another host?There are many reasons why people backup their websites but I won’t go into that.The point is that…
  • Show Off Your Best Content With WordPress Sticky Posts

    Denisa Cinca
    13 Sep 2014 | 5:58 am
    Have you ever wondered how to show off that awesome post you wrote a few months back on the front page of your blog again?I’ll tell you how: using WordPress sticky posts.I always thought that you need special WordPress plugins to make sticky posts in WordPress.It seems that there is an built-in option in WordPress so you don’t need any plugins whatsoever.What Are WordPress Sticky Posts?Simply put WordPress has an option when publishing or editing a post to make it sticky to the front page either at the moment you publish it or when editing an old post, the process is the same.This…
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  • How to Backup Your WordPress Website to Dropbox with UpdraftPLus

    12 Oct 2014 | 9:34 am
    For the beginner into WordPress I have created a short video of how you can backup your site to Dropbox with updraftplus plugin. The backup configured is daily and will be done to the important folders and the database. The steps are very easy and the tutorial is for the beginners into WordPress. The post How to Backup Your WordPress Website to Dropbox with UpdraftPLus appeared first on WP Doze.
  • Best Free&Premium WordPress Page Builder Plugins

    11 Oct 2014 | 12:22 am
    Working with WordPress to have a great design isn’t always easy to do. Most of the themes that exists have their own ways to be configured and is not easy to have the perfect website done. Page builders plugin can make customization to front page or to landing pages more easy to be done. Lately a lot of WordPress page builders plugin developed, that has great feature and can help you put the things together quite fast. With the help of page builder plugins you can have on your pages, boxes, call to action, videos and other good staffs depending of what the plugin has to offer. In this…
  • Best Free&Premium WooCommerce PDF Invoice Plugins

    6 Oct 2014 | 11:34 am
    A while back I have created a site for a customer of mine here in Romania with some stomatologic packages that he wanted to sell online for his customers. Once with the package selling he wanted also the platform to generate an PDF invoice and to be send via email to the client. Generating invoice directly from WordPress for the WooCommerce sold product is very usefull if you don’t want to stress youself with another invoicing software or you want that customer to download the PDF invoice directly from the portal. As WooCommerce is the best eCommerce plugin for WordPress a lot of…
  • Free Commerce WordPress Themes

    6 Oct 2014 | 6:29 am
    Starting an online shopping website is pretty challenging and finding the right framework to back up your project is one of the most important steps. Rely on WordPress to provide the most competent solutions to “wow” your customers and ensure great conversion rate. In case you are not ready to invest a lot in this project start with Free Commerce WordPress Themes and see exactly what they have to offer before going premium. Virtue With a responsive layout, html5 and css3 elements, this theme is versitile, easy to customize and has all the tools to help you design the perfect…
  • Best Free WordPress Backup Plugins

    5 Oct 2014 | 9:33 am
    Having your WordPress site backed-up is very important in case your site is haked or somethign happens with your server. While I am in the online activity I had my sites hacked a coupe of times and it was a good thing that I had them backed up as I was able to restore them fast. With WordPress is very easy to backup your site to Dropbox, Google Drive, Amazon, FTP or other claud company that exists outh there. The best thing is to have your site backed up to an external source so in case something happens with the server to have from where to take your files and perform a restore. In this…
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  • The Best WordPress Plugins

    Oksana Wallen
    13 Oct 2014 | 1:00 am
    There are a lot of reasons why WordPress is world’s best platform to build websites. At the top of the reason list is the enormous selection of plugins that you can use to make your WordPress site even more dynamic. Many great plugins are available to extend WordPress to do almost anything you can imagine. I am going to give you a list of some of the best free and premium plugins to improve the functionality of your site that I found to be extremely helpful. After you have installed WordPress it is time to go a little deeper. So with out further delay here is what I consider “must…
  • Corner Ribbon

    Eric Wallen
    28 Sep 2014 | 7:57 am
    No need to use images to create a great corner ribbon. Use this elegant and easy to modify CSS/HTML corner ribbon instead. HTML <div class=”wrapper”> <div class=”ribbon-wrapper-heroic”><div class=”ribbon-heroic”>NEWS</div></div> </div> CSS .wrapper { margin: 50px auto; width: 280px; height: 370px; background: white; border-radius: 10px; -webkit-box-shadow: 0px 0px 8px rgba(0,0,0,0.3); -moz-box-shadow: 0px 0px 8px rgba(0,0,0,0.3); box-shadow:…
  • Should I Use WordPress To Build My Website?

    Oksana Wallen
    21 Sep 2014 | 3:07 am
    WordPress is a powerful Content Management System (CMS) that is one of the most popular blogging tools available. But you can use it for a lot more than just blogging. You can easily create powerful, polished sites with WordPress without learning a lot of coding because the WordPress software provides a ton of tools for building and managing great websites. There are a lot of well-developed WordPress plug-ins out there that can be used to easily create e-commerce sites, social networks, job boards, portfolios, blogs, brochure sites and more. Now that is a big range of possibilities,…
  • FTP Using FileZilla

    Eric Wallen
    5 May 2014 | 6:37 am
    FTP is so important. Let me give you a quick break down There is a time and place for everything in web design. With FTP or File Transfer protocol the time is now and the place is here. FTP is important because it’s your bridge between your server (where your site is hosted) and your personal computer or “localhost”. If your unfamiliar with FTP I hope you can take the time to learn it right now. Your going to use it constantly as a web coder. First, don’t get lost in all these acronyms or tech terms such as…localhost, ftp, etc. Transferring your html, php, or any…
  • Clear Floats With Inline HTML

    Eric Wallen
    23 Apr 2014 | 2:05 pm
    Clearing floats is really easy. Just copy the code below and put it after you have already closed both inner div’s but right before the ending div of the outer most container. This example is the pure html solution as well as my preferred method to clear div’s easily. The Fix: HTML <div style="clear: both;"></div> Problem: See the Pen Clear Div | How to clear floats with clear: both by Heroic Themes (@ericw) on CodePen. Easy to spot. The outer div does not wrap around the inner div’s. It will literally collapse in on itself. Below is our codepen with…
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