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  • Big Announcement Day

    Matt Mullenweg
    Matt
    23 Apr 2015 | 12:55 pm
    Two big releases today: WordPress 4.2 with lots of interface improvements and emoji support, and the 3.5 release of Jetpack with a new menu editor.
  • Responsive Web Design is Must to Get High Search Ranking on Google

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    Justin
    21 Apr 2015 | 4:08 am
    At present, tablets and smartphones, are taking possession of web surfing. In early 2014, Internet usage on mobile devices officially topped PC traffic. That is the reason, why it is vital to have a multiple device-compatible & mobile-friendly website to put up this new digital landscape. To meet this demand, responsive design has promptly become the new standard in web design and development. Much More Than a Mobile Site Responsive design is a tactic to web development by making use of fluid, flexible images, CSS3 media queries and proportion-based grids to deliver an enhanced user…
  • New Themes: Ecto and Coherent

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    David A. Kennedy
    23 Apr 2015 | 9:30 am
    Today, we’d like you to meet the two newest themes added to the WordPress.com collection: Ecto and Coherent. Ecto With a light color scheme, bold typography, and full-width images that draw readers straight to your content, Ecto is perfect for blogs of all kinds. Inspired by the Casper theme, Ecto lets you add a personal touch to posts and pages with large featured images in the header area. Ecto also includes these features: Social Links Menu Featured Images Site Logo Post Formats Custom Menus Widgets Custom Background and Custom Header Read more about Ecto on the Theme…
  • Ensuring Your Site is Mobile-Friendly

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    Krista
    22 Apr 2015 | 10:55 am
    Today, Google released a change to its algorithm that gives higher search scores to sites it deems “mobile-friendly.” Curious WordPressers might be asking: How can I be sure my site is mobile-friendly? What can I do if my site is not mobile-friendly? 1. See if your site is mobile-friendly Visit Google’s mobile-friendly test link and enter your site’s address (e.g., http://dailypost.wordpress.com or http://automattic.com). Google will then analyze your site and declare it mobile-friendly or not. Did your site pass? YAY! Pass GO and collect $200 from the Community Chest.
  • How To Spot That Social Media Maverick?

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    Heavendeep Singh
    20 Apr 2015 | 1:10 pm
    By: Tanya Varma Have you noticed someone who is constantly thinking about what to post next? Have you noticed someone who has that magical glint in their eyes when you discuss a social media campaign, well Hello, hello? There’s your next star! So, what all do you really need when you look for a Social […] The post How To Spot That Social Media Maverick? appeared first on GrowthVIBE.
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  • WordPress 4.2 “Powell”

    Matt Mullenweg
    23 Apr 2015 | 11:35 am
    Version 4.2 of WordPress, named “Powell” in honor of jazz pianist Bud Powell, is available for download or update in your WordPress dashboard. New features in 4.2 help you communicate and share, globally. An easier way to share content Clip it, edit it, publish it. Get familiar with the new and improved Press This. From the Tools menu, add Press This to your browser bookmark bar or your mobile device home screen. Once installed you can share your content with lightning speed. Sharing your favorite videos, images, and content has never been this fast or this easy. Extended…
  • WordPress 4.1.2 Security Release

    Gary Pendergast
    21 Apr 2015 | 6:44 am
    WordPress 4.1.2 is now available. This is a critical security release for all previous versions and we strongly encourage you to update your sites immediately. WordPress versions 4.1.1 and earlier are affected by a critical cross-site scripting vulnerability, which could enable anonymous users to compromise a site. This was reported by Cedric Van Bockhaven and fixed by Gary Pendergast, Mike Adams, and Andrew Nacin of the WordPress security team. We also fixed three other security issues: In WordPress 4.1 and higher, files with invalid or unsafe names could be uploaded. Discovered by Michael…
  • WordPress 4.2 Release Candidate

    Drew Jaynes
    15 Apr 2015 | 12:07 pm
    The release candidate for WordPress 4.2 is now available. We’ve made more than 140 changes since releasing Beta 4 a week and a half ago. RC means we think we’re done, but with millions of users and thousands of plugins and themes, it’s possible we’ve missed something. We hope to ship WordPress 4.2 on Wednesday, April 22, but we need your help to get there. If you haven’t tested 4.2 yet, now is the time! (Please though, not on your live site unless you’re adventurous.) Think you’ve found a bug? Please post to the Alpha/Beta support forum. If any known issues come up,…
  • Improvements to WordPress.org

    samuelsidler
    4 Apr 2015 | 1:19 pm
    If you visit WordPress.org regularly you might have noticed some changes around the place. If you don’t, now’s the time to check them out! We’ve been working hard to improve the site to make it more useful to everyone, both developers and users, and we hope you like what we’ve done. New Theme and Plugin Directories Since WordPress 3.8, you’ve been enjoying improved theme management in your WordPress admin, and in WordPress 4.0 plugin management was refined. We’ve brought these experiences from your admin and re-created them right here on WordPress.org. Theme Directory The Theme…
  • WordPress 4.2 Beta 4

    Drew Jaynes
    3 Apr 2015 | 6:05 am
    WordPress 4.2 Beta 4 is now available! This software is still in development, so we don’t recommend you run it on a production site. Consider setting up a test site just to play with the new version. To test WordPress 4.2, try the WordPress Beta Tester plugin (you’ll want “bleeding edge nightlies”). Or you can download the beta here (zip). For more information about what’s new in version 4.2, check out the Beta 1, Beta 2, and Beta 3 blog posts. Some of the changes in Beta 4 include: Incrementally improved the experience when accessing the Customizer on mobile. Please test on…
 
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  • Big Announcement Day

    Matt
    23 Apr 2015 | 12:55 pm
    Two big releases today: WordPress 4.2 with lots of interface improvements and emoji support, and the 3.5 release of Jetpack with a new menu editor.
  • What we can learn from Japan

    Matt
    22 Apr 2015 | 5:25 pm
    I travel back and forth between Japan and the United States, mostly Tokyo and New York and a few other American cities, several times a year. The contrast is jarring. Arriving in the US can feel like rolling back a decade or more, returning to a time when information was scarce, infrastructure was creaky and basic services such as ground transportation were chaotic and unreliable. Roland Kelts on What the west can learn from Japan’s “lost decades.” This echoes a lot of my experience there recently, and I had the good fortune of meeting Roland as well.
  • Apple Loyalty Program

    Matt
    21 Apr 2015 | 10:55 am
    So I finally got my hands on a the new Macbook, finally resorting to Craigslist to find someone who had pre-ordered and pay them a small premium. I was going to write a review, and still will, but ended up writing a bunch on the process of buying things from Apple as a loyal customer. I have done the second-market Craigslist dance with probably 90% of new Apple tablets and phones before, but never for a laptop. I’m sure every ounce of effort has been expended to capitalize on the hype of the announcements and ship as many of these as possible, but this Macbook/Watch roll-out still…
  • Intermittent Fasting

    Matt
    20 Apr 2015 | 9:24 pm
    I’m going to try out intermittent fasting for a few weeks, after hearing about it for several years from fit-minded friends. It’s tough to find a link on it that doesn’t have some sort of newsletter popup or sell an ebook, but Tim had a good guest post on it in 2008 which ends on a skeptical note, and this beginner’s guide to intermittent fasting by James Clear is awesome for its graphics and straightforward way of introducing the concept and ways to approach it. I’m going to aim for a late lunch and a normal-timed dinner, since like James dinner is often my…
  • Hit the Road by MAJOR

    Matt
    19 Apr 2015 | 3:39 pm
    A cool new track from an up-and-coming artist MAJOR with a fun, soulful vibe. Major and I went to school together in Houston.
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    WordPress.com News

  • Enable Two-Factor Authentication on Your Account

    Eric Binnion
    24 Apr 2015 | 8:00 am
    Because we want to make WordPress.com accounts as secure as we can, we’ve made it easier for you to set up two-factor authentication for your account, so you can take advantage of the top-of-the-line security standard. WordPress.com has supported two-factor authentication (2FA) since 2013. Also known as two-step verification, two-factor authentication allows you to protect your WordPress.com account with both a password and a time-sensitive code you get from your mobile device. To enable two-step authentication, tap your profile picture to jump into the “Me” section and hit the Security…
  • New Themes: Ecto and Coherent

    David A. Kennedy
    23 Apr 2015 | 9:30 am
    Today, we’d like you to meet the two newest themes added to the WordPress.com collection: Ecto and Coherent. Ecto With a light color scheme, bold typography, and full-width images that draw readers straight to your content, Ecto is perfect for blogs of all kinds. Inspired by the Casper theme, Ecto lets you add a personal touch to posts and pages with large featured images in the header area. Ecto also includes these features: Social Links Menu Featured Images Site Logo Post Formats Custom Menus Widgets Custom Background and Custom Header Read more about Ecto on the Theme…
  • Ensuring Your Site is Mobile-Friendly

    Krista
    22 Apr 2015 | 10:55 am
    Today, Google released a change to its algorithm that gives higher search scores to sites it deems “mobile-friendly.” Curious WordPressers might be asking: How can I be sure my site is mobile-friendly? What can I do if my site is not mobile-friendly? 1. See if your site is mobile-friendly Visit Google’s mobile-friendly test link and enter your site’s address (e.g., http://dailypost.wordpress.com or http://automattic.com). Google will then analyze your site and declare it mobile-friendly or not. Did your site pass? YAY! Pass GO and collect $200 from the Community Chest.
  • Social Media Icons Widget

    Chris
    17 Apr 2015 | 9:00 am
    Now available in a widget dashboard near you, we present the Social Media Icons Widget! No longer do you have to fiddle around with complicated HTML code to add beautiful social media icons to your blog or website. With this new widget, you can add icons for the most popular social networks in no time. The icons are linked to your social media profiles, making it easy for your readers to follow your latest status updates. The Old Way The New Way Currently, we support adding social media icons for the most popular social networks, including: Facebook Twitter Instagram Pinterest LinkedIn…
  • New Theme: Cyanotype

    Takashi Irie
    16 Apr 2015 | 9:00 am
    It’s the time of the week again, Happy Theme Thursday! We’re pleased to present a new free theme, Cyanotype: Cyanotype Cyanotype, designed by yours truly, is a monochromatic blog theme with a bold, yet simple look that sets your blog apart from the rest. Pick your favorite background color or image to lend your personal flair. Cyanotype also supports the following popular features: Custom Header, Custom Menu, Social Links, Site Logo, Featured Images, and Widgets. Read more about Cyanotype on the Theme Showcase, or activate it on your site from Appearance → Themes!Filed under:…
 
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  • WPTavern: Automattic’s Dave Martin Publishes His 5 Step Remote Hiring Process

    Jeff Chandler
    24 Apr 2015 | 4:12 pm
    photo credit: Peter Slutsky If you’re thinking about applying to work for Automattic, you might want to read this article first. Dave Martin, Creative Director at Automattic, published an in-depth look behind the scenes of the remote hiring process for the design and growth portion of the company. He explains the five step process in detail which gives future applicants a good idea of what to expect. It’s a fascinating read and I learned that every part of the process has a purpose. For instance, every trial project consists of work that would normally be completed by existing…
  • WPTavern: Story.am Relaunches, Now 100% Free

    Sarah Gooding
    24 Apr 2015 | 3:18 pm
    Nick Haskins launched Story.am earlier this year as a hosted storytelling platform that offers all the features of Aesop Story Engine. Initially, the platform was only available to paying customers, but this week Haskins announced that Story.am is now available to everyone for free. The platform had not received much feedback in the several months it has been open to customers, so Haskins decided to remove all barriers to account creation. “We really want feedback on Lasso, our visual web editor on Story.AM,” he said. “By making it free, we hope to garner a lot of feedback,…
  • WPTavern: New Plugin Adds Quick Access to the “Press This” Posting Form

    Sarah Gooding
    24 Apr 2015 | 1:06 pm
    One of the highlights of the recent WordPress 4.2 release is the completely revamped Press This interface. The feature’s intended purpose is to make it easy to share text, images, and videos from around the web in a quick post, but many users are newly captivated by Press This’ new minimalist design for post creation. Once you try Press This for publishing, you may become some so partial to the posting form that you don’t want to go back to the standard post editor. It includes only the most essential formatting buttons and a button to add media, with all other extraneous…
  • WPTavern: Insight into the Jamaican WordPress Community with Bianca Welds

    Jeff Chandler
    24 Apr 2015 | 10:02 am
    Last week, I met Bianca Welds who lives in Jamaica. She’s used WordPress for more than 10 years and has knowledge of the developing tech scene in Jamaica. In this interview, we learn how she discovered WordPress, the Jamaican WordPress community, and if the country will ever host a WordCamp. How long have you used WordPress? I just celebrated my 10th anniversary. I started using WordPress in 2005 and my first post was on April 2nd, 2005. What is your WordPress origin story? As seen on the WordPress profile page I was working at IBM at the time and finally decided I liked the idea of…
  • WPTavern: WPWeekly Episode 189 – Drew Jaynes on What it’s Like to Lead a WordPress Development Cycle

    Jeff Chandler
    23 Apr 2015 | 11:30 pm
    On this episode of WordPress Weekly, Marcus Couch and I were joined by Drew Jaynes, web engineer for 10up, and release lead for WordPress 4.2. Jaynes explains how a release lead is chosen, their responsibilities, and what their role is. Release leads are shepherds who work with multiple teams to keep development on track. Jaynes also explained how people can contribute to WordPress core through Trac. We discussed new features in WordPress 4.2 and what the benefits are to selecting release leads ahead of time. Last but not least, Jaynes helped us cover the week’s news. Stories Discussed:…
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    WordPress.org Mobile Apps

  • WordPress For iOS: Version 5.0

    diegoreymendez
    24 Apr 2015 | 6:39 am
    Version 5.0 of the WordPress for iOS app is now available in the App Store. Here’s a peek at the newest features and latest updates: What’s new: Version 5.0 brings multi-factor authentication, improved stats and notifications, and several bug fixes. Two factor authentication. Do you have two-factor authentication enabled on your WordPress account? Now it’s available in the WordPress for iOS app. What’s more? Application passwords are no longer necessary! New stats sections. You can now see items published and post authors in your blog’s Stats section.
  • WordPress For Android: Version 3.9

    tonyrankin
    14 Apr 2015 | 2:09 pm
    Version 3.9 of the WordPress for Android app is now available in the Google Play Store. Here’s a peek at the newest features and latest updates. What’s new Version 3.9 makes it easier than ever to add media to your posts, allows app language selection, and introduces two factor authentication support! Two factor authentication. Do you have two factor authentication enabled on your WordPress account? Now it’s available in the WP for Android app. What’s more? Application passwords are no longer necessary! Media improvements Add media from your device or media…
  • WordPress For Android: Version 3.8

    Maxime
    17 Mar 2015 | 1:37 pm
    Version 3.8 of the WordPress for Android app is now available in the Google Play Store. Here’s a peek at the newest features and latest updates. What’s new Version 3.8 brings new stats features, faster reader loadings and bug fixes. More stats. What are people searching for to find your site, and where do they reside? We’ve added search terms and map views to the stats screen to give you more insight on how people are reading your posts and finding your blog. Faster image loading. We’ve reduced the file size of images in the Reader to cut down on load time and save…
  • WordPress for iOS: New Visual Editor & More!

    Meredith
    25 Feb 2015 | 5:01 pm
    WordPress for iOS version 4.8 comes with exciting editor and navigation enhancements. Visual Editor We’re thrilled to announce that the 4.8 release includes a beautiful new visual editor. With the new editor, you can add rich text like bold, italics, links, and lists naturally as you type. You can also insert images with a tap, seeing real-time uploading progress and images right in the post. Before New Editor Both app users and WordPress developers have long wished for a “what you see is what you get” (WYSIWYG) editor on iOS. Until now, a rich mobile editing experience on the…
  • WordPress For Android: Version 3.7

    Maxime
    24 Feb 2015 | 11:38 am
    Version 3.7 of the WordPress for Android app is now available in the Google Play Store. Here’s a peek at the newest features and latest updates. What’s new New stats screen. You’ll see richer stats for your posts! Now, you can better track the performance of your published posts, like your recent recipe, your latest travel photo essay, your commentary on this month’s Academy Award nominees, and more. No matter what your newest post is about, you can check its stats on a new screen that displays all of its data: Auto-correct is back. After checking your stats,…
 
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  • bbPress 2.5.7 – Security Release

    John James Jacoby
    20 Apr 2015 | 10:30 am
    bbPress 2.5.7 is out now, and it fixes several issues regarding unescaped URL output for all previous bbPress 2.x installations. If you’re using any version of bbPress 2.x and have not yet updated, please do so right away. If you need help, please reach out in our support forums and someone will be happy to assist you. The bbPress team worked closely with the WordPress core team and several other plugin authors to coordinate the release of 2.5.7 alongside other libraries with similar issues. These fixes have also been ported over to 2.6, which we continue to run here at bbPress.org…
  • bbPress 2.5.6 – Maintenance Release

    John James Jacoby
    16 Mar 2015 | 9:47 pm
    Because 2.5.5 was so good 2 weeks ago, we are releasing bbPress 2.5.6 tonight. It fixes 1 issue with subscription notification emails that was plaguing a few of our more sophisticated installations. If you’re using any version of bbPress 2.x and have been hesitating to upgrade, please consider doing so today. If you need help, please reach out in our support forums and someone will help you get updated. Thanks to netweb, DJPaul, and mordauk for their diligence in patching and prioritizing this issue.
  • bbPress 2.5.5 – Security Release

    John James Jacoby
    6 Mar 2015 | 9:47 am
    bbPress 2.5.5 is out. It fixes 3 potential security issues for all previous bbPress 2.x installations. If you’re using any version of bbPress 2.x and have been hesitating to upgrade, please consider doing so today. If you need help, please reach out in our support forums and someone will be happy to help. Thanks go out to J.D. Grimes for identifying and responsibly disclosing his findings. The bbPress team (once again) worked quickly to get 2.5.5 out in just over 24 hours of being notified. Please accept our apologies (again) for the late-Friday release, and take a quick moment to…
  • bbPress 2.5.4 – Security & Bugfix Release

    John James Jacoby
    6 Jun 2014 | 1:37 pm
    bbPress 2.5.4 is out. It fixes 6 bugs, the last of which is a security concern for all previous bbPress 2.x installations. If you’re using any version of bbPress 2.x and have been hesitating to upgrade, please consider doing so today. If you need help, please reach out in our support forums and someone will be happy to help. The following bugs have been fixed in 2.5.4: #2586 – Fix ‘Replies in each forum’ repair tool, to prevent breaking the reply position. #2162 – Switch notification emails to send 1 email using Bcc headers VS one for each subscriber. #2496…
  • 2014 bbPress Survey Results

    @mercime
    22 May 2014 | 7:13 pm
    This report presents the results from the 2014 bbPress Survey held from March 7 – April 11, 2014. One hundred eighty-three participants from thirty-seven countries completed the survey. Thank you all. Goal of Survey Guide the direction of bbPress plugin development in 2014 Objectives: 1. Discover current and actual bbPress usage. 2. Provide users the opportunity to post their feature requests. 3. Identify key areas for improvement. 4. Prioritize areas of bbPress development. 5. Set benchmarks to streamline development processes. 6. Identify volunteers who are interested in contributing to…
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  • Introducing Hew

    Kathryn P.
    31 Mar 2015 | 11:19 am
    Hew, a new theme crafted by Automattic’s Ola Laczek, is now available for self-hosted WordPress users. “Ryu was my initial inspiration for Hew. I wanted to create a personal-blogging theme which shows an author’s identity – via Gravatar logo and social media links in the header – while staying focused on their content.” Download Hew in the WordPress.org theme directory or explore the demo.
  • South Beach Inspires Sobe Theme

    Kathryn P.
    20 Mar 2015 | 7:27 am
    Sobe a new personal-blogging theme created by Caroline Moore, is now available in the WordPress.org theme directory. “Sobe was inspired by the popularity of one of my other themes, Pachyderm. I wanted to create a theme with a similar look and feel in a more updated style. The color palette was drawn from a trip to South Beach, Miami–hence, the theme name.” Adding widgets turns Sobe’s single-column layout into a two-column format; Sobe also supports a site logo upload with the Jetpack plugin. Get aquainted with Sobe by visiting the demo site or take it for a spin by…
  • Building a Strong Foundation with Keyboard Accessibility

    David A. Kennedy
    12 Mar 2015 | 7:00 am
    When you build a house, you start with the foundation. It becomes the base upon which you form everything else around. Without it, your house could crumble because of improper construction. Web accessibility shares some of the same principles. You need a solid foundation to have an accessible website and WordPress theme. Keyboard accessibility can serve as your foundation for an accessibility-ready theme, helping you create a base that you can build on with confidence. Once you have it in place, accessibility becomes easier as you go. Keyboard Accessibility Principles But where do you start?
  • Photobloggers Take Note: Boardwalk and Cubic are Here

    Kathryn P.
    9 Mar 2015 | 2:06 pm
    Two fresh photoblogging themes crafted by Automattic’s Thomas Guillot are now available to download in the WordPress.org theme directory. Boardwalk features an unconventional horizontal-scrolling blog stream and large portrait-oriented featured images, as seen on the demo site. A child theme of Boardwalk, Cubic showcases square featured images in a large grid layout. Check out the demo site to see how the theme makes the most of strong photos.
  • What Developers Need to Know About Theme Design

    Mel Choyce
    27 Feb 2015 | 12:47 pm
    Making a theme is really exciting. It’s a great way to practice your coding skills. It could be a good way to bring in some extra pocket change. Best yet, seeing someone use something you’ve built is incredibly rewarding. I’ve watched the quality of theme design get better and better in the WordPress.org directory in the last few years, but I still see a lot of themes that look the same. Free themes still lag behind premium themes in terms of design quality. You can help change all that. You don’t need a design background to make good design decisions: a developer conscious of…
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  • WordPress SEO 2.0: focus on what matters

    Michiel
    27 Mar 2015 | 11:59 pm
    We’re proud to announce the availability of WordPress SEO 2.0. This release adds new features for Google’s Knowledge Graph and improves the design, layout & usability of the WordPress SEO plugins admin screens in many ways. Google Knowledge Graph Google recently introduced new features for their knowledge graph, allowing you to highlight yourself in the search… Read more You just finished reading WordPress SEO 2.0: focus on what matters by Michiel, written on WordPress News - WPForce.com.
  • WP Force restyled.

    joost
    12 Feb 2014 | 4:52 am
    We’ve been doing a quick restyle on WP Force, moving it to the new Versatile theme by Yoast. Versatile is one of the new themes Yoast launched yesterday, there are two other ones, Vintage and Tailor Made, this is what Tailor Made looks like: And this is a nice example of Vintage running on Marieke… Read more You just finished reading WP Force restyled. by joost, written on WordPress News - WPForce.com.
  • WP Force has been acquired by Yoast

    joost
    7 Feb 2014 | 6:59 am
    Last week we’ve acquired WordPress news site WPForce.com. Jonathan Dingman, who used to run the site, got too busy with his job and personal life to be able to keep running the site and was looking to sell it. We acquired it and will start to slowly bring it into our system. We’ve got some plans… Read more You just finished reading WP Force has been acquired by Yoast by joost, written on WordPress News - WPForce.com.
  • Lean Themes Launching in January 2014

    Jonathan Dingman
    30 Dec 2013 | 10:46 am
    Lean Themes is a new premium WordPress themes company that will be launching in the following weeks. The two co-founders Derry Birkett (@derrybirkett) and Nick Davis (@nickcdavis) — both based in Italy — have given us a little taste of what will be coming through their website. The main theme on leanthemes.co is a Genesis… Read more You just finished reading Lean Themes Launching in January 2014 by Jonathan Dingman, written on WordPress News - WPForce.com.
  • Best of Themify WordPress Themes in 2013

    Jonathan Dingman
    23 Dec 2013 | 1:38 pm
    2013 was an amazing year for WordPress, themes, plugins, and the industry alike. I reached out to Nick at Themify to learn more about their most popular WordPress themes of 2013. Best of Themify Most popular on down, here are the top 10 WordPress themes from Themify in last 12 months of 2013. Elemin Theme… Read more You just finished reading Best of Themify WordPress Themes in 2013 by Jonathan Dingman, written on WordPress News - WPForce.com.
 
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    Mitch Canter

  • This Week In WordPress (April 20, 2015)

    Mitch Canter
    23 Apr 2015 | 1:58 pm
    There’s been a LOT of really interesting things happening this week in the WordPress world… so much, that it might have been easy to miss some of the major news items floating around the Internet.  Here are a few of the top stories, in brief, with links to check out more. WordPress Security Fixes (3.9.4, 4.0.2, 4.1.2) Earlier in the week, WordPress released a major security update for the currently supported versions of WordPress. In short, it was a critical security release with patches going in that fixed a number of holes that people could exploit to get access to your site.
  • New Media Expo 2015: It’s Good to Be Back, Baby!

    Mitch Canter
    13 Apr 2015 | 6:10 pm
    I’ve admittedly been quite lately. I’d like to say it’s because I’ve been hard at work making amazing things for my blog, but truthfully I think I just wanted to be a hermit for a bit.  I felt like I didn’t have a lot to say, and it’s hard to come up with amazing content when you’re not inspired to do so.  I fell into a trap that I teach people about all the time: thinking that everything you could say has already been said. That couldn’t be further from the truth. I’ve been extremely busy working with some very amazing (and very…
  • Making it Work (From Home)

    Mitch Canter
    9 Feb 2015 | 1:36 pm
    Having a job where you work from home is an incredible challenge.  For people used to being in an office, it can be difficult to make the switch easily. Combine that with the knowledge that your loved ones (significant others, kids, pets, room-mates) are sitting feet away from you, and it’s a wonder that anyone gets any work done at all! But, the number of people who work from home full time is growing – 2.6% of the U.S. workforce, to be exact (and that’s up 80% in the last 10 or so years!).  If we don’t develop good workflows and habits now, we may end…
  • Add a Product List to WooCommerce’s Order Columns

    Mitch Canter
    16 Dec 2014 | 8:59 am
    If you’re running WooCommerce, the Orders screen is a great way to see – at a glance – what’s going on in your store.  However, there’s one thing that it absolutely doesn’t show: the products that people have ordered. The code below changes that – it gives you a special column in your Orders screen called “Products” and shows a quantity and product name for each product a person has ordered.  Just paste this code into a site-plugin or into your functions.php file: add_filter( 'manage_edit-shop_order_columns', 'show_product_order',15 );…
  • Theme Release: Downbeat 2.0

    Mitch Canter
    12 Dec 2014 | 9:20 am
    A long time ago, I released a version of my core WordPress theme, called Parthenon.  It was well received, but I ended up making so many changes to it that I eventually scrapped that theme – and the name – in favor of something more fitting to it’s purpose: to be the baseline for my client’s themes.  Thus, I created Downbeat about 2 years ago, and started building my client’s websites on top of it. And it was good – it was built on the Skeleton framework, and was even modified to fit 1200px wide sites with 0 problems. I read online a few days ago that…
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    StudioPress

  • Promote your Published Work with the Author Pro Theme

    Lauren Mancke
    16 Apr 2015 | 6:12 am
    These are the best of times and the worst of times for authors. On the one hand, authors may mourn access to publishing company marketing departments which took care of all marketing and promotion for books they published. On the other hand, authors have more power than ever before to shape their message, build their platform, and get their book in front of highly-targeted audiences who will respond to their work. At StudioPress, we recognize that there has been a sea change in how authors need to show up on the web. And we want to show you two solutions we’ve created to meet the needs…
  • Showcase Your Style with the Modern Studio Pro Theme

    Brian Gardner
    2 Mar 2015 | 7:00 am
    How do you deliver the freshness of your modern offline studio to web visitors who may never be able to set foot inside it? With a website design that captures it — that has the perfect balance of image framing, information, and ingenuity for your online visitors. The Modern Studio Pro Theme for Genesis has all three. For designers, highlighting imagery is the most important function a website can perform. Modern Studio Pro does this by cutting back on the clutter and color, so that it’s your shutter and colors doing all the work. Modern Studio Pro draws eyes exactly where we want…
  • Dominate Your Market with the Altitude Pro Theme

    Brian Gardner
    12 Jan 2015 | 8:33 am
    StudioPress customers have spoken through their actions, specifically theme sales and downloads. And those actions have communicated one message loud and clear: you want parallax. And why not? Few recent web design trends have helped websites tell better stories than parallax. So with our latest child theme for the Genesis Framework, we have taken Genesis/parallax integration to the next level … so that you can take your online business to the next level. We’re excited to introduce the Altitude Pro Theme for WordPress. View the demo here. The parallax effects will grab your eye,…
  • Design Palette Pro Makes Customizing Your Genesis Theme Easy (No Coding Required)

    Brian Gardner
    18 Dec 2014 | 6:00 am
    If you had the skills or the desire to code your own WordPress theme, you would. You would do it all yourself instead of buying the Genesis Framework and then picking out the best child theme for your business. So why should you be required to write code — something you’ve indicated you cannot or don’t want to do — to take your child theme from out of the box to perfect? You shouldn’t. And now you don’t have to. Design Palette Pro, developed by Andrew Norcross, makes customizing Genesis themes simple: no coding, no hassle, no problems. Just simple…
  • Introducing the Café Pro Theme for Restaurants

    Brian Gardner
    15 Dec 2014 | 6:55 am
    When people research restaurants for a nice dinner out, they head to the web. And if you want them to end up inside of your restaurant, then you need to make a strong, positive impression when they are on your website. Enter Café Pro — the newest StudioPress theme for the Genesis Framework. Café Pro combines elements of our two most popular child themes — Parallax and Foodie — to create the quintessential design solution for not just restaurants, but for any brick and mortar business looking to create a captivating presence online. What makes Café Pro such an effective…
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  • How to Productize Your Consulting – Free Webinar with Brian Casel April 30 @1pm CDT

    Kristen Wright
    23 Apr 2015 | 7:42 am
    Learn how to break free of billable hours by productizing your service during How to Productize Your Consulting, a free WProsper webinar workshop hosted by our friend Brian Casel on April 30, 2015 @ 1pm CDT. What You’ll Learn How to focus on the right solution to productize Craft a killer value proposition The difference between a “Freelancer” and a “Business Owner” How to stop trading dollars for hours and start building an asset Design your business to run with or without you Build systems to allow you to focus on your craft or set your business on autopilot…
  • Relationships Over Contracts

    Kevin D. Hendricks
    22 Apr 2015 | 7:50 am
    We recently talked about the importance of contracts for freelancers. It’s a popular topic because so many freelancers don’t have good contracts and it hurts their business. But all of this talk of contracts, while good, overlooks something even more important for freelancers: Relationships. Your contracts are important. But relationships are what really matter. A contract is really just a piece of paper. Hopefully it gives some helpful guidelines to your working relationship and clearly defines expectations and definitions. It keeps everybody on the same page. That’s good. It’s…
  • Introducing Builder Theme Anderson

    Kristen Wright
    21 Apr 2015 | 11:51 am
    Introducing Anderson, a bold new Builder theme. Perfect for freelancers and business owners, Anderson features customizable page layouts, built-in Exchange styles for ecommerce and a mobile-responsive design. Anderson makes it easy to spin up a custom WordPress website in no time–so it’s perfect for your latest website or client project. View the Anderson Demo Mobile-Friendly Design Anderson includes a mobile-friendly or responsive design, important for staying at the top of Google’s mobile-friendly update. Anderson automatically adjusts to visitor screen sizes to optimize…
  • Introduction to Exchange Templates

    Ronald van Weerd
    21 Apr 2015 | 7:46 am
    iThemes Exchange has a flexible and highly customizable templating system. Glenn Ansley, lead developer of Exchange did a webinar on Exchange templates. This webinar is recorded and published, together with the slides used. It is a great starting point to get familiar with Exchange templates and I recommend you watch it, and go through the slides. In this series of posts, I will dive deeper into the various aspects of the Exchange templating system, and provide hands on examples of how you can customize your Exchange store. The main focus of these articles will be on changing/adding/removing…
  • Coordinated WordPress Plugin Security Update

    Kristen Wright
    20 Apr 2015 | 10:00 am
    Last week, our friends at Sucuri alerted us as well as many other popular WordPress plugins (including WordPress SEO, Jetpack, All in One SEO, Gravity Forms, Ninja Forms, WP-Ecommerce, WP Touch and others) about an important security issue affecting our iThemes Exchange plugin, several Exchange add-ons and several Builder themes.  Read the full security disclosure here Because the issue discovered affects so many popular WordPress plugins, Sucuri, working with the WordPress Security Team, led a highly coordinated update and disclosure effort to minimize vulnerability and allow time to…
 
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  • How to Achieve Email Marketing Automation Using Autoresponders

    Dan Virgillito
    23 Apr 2015 | 10:00 am
    It’s the holy grail of internet marketing: the online money machine. With automation, you can build a website and sell your product or service automatically. While everyone wants a way to earn passive income, it doesn’t seem on the surface that such a system would work. How can you build a relationship with your prospects if you don’t ever actually talk to them? Building a relationship takes time, and building a trust level high enough to promote sales doesn’t happen overnight. But the good news is that email marketing can be automated, allowing you to spend that time with your client…
  • A Sneak Peek Of Divi 2.4, And Why It Will Be The Most Fantastically Fluid & Flexible Divi Yet!

    Nick Roach
    22 Apr 2015 | 10:25 am
    Not long ago we announced our plans for the future of Divi, Extra and the Elegant Themes product line. In this post we talked about the steps we are taking to make the Divi Builder more flexible than ever, allowing its functionality to be extended into a stand-alone builder plugin and become the backbone of our future themes. The first step on this exciting path is to re-imagine the Divi Builder to be more flexible than ever before. This first round of updates will first be realized in Divi 2.4, which is already well underway. Today I would like to give you an update on the things we are…
  • The Best Web Development Tools You Probably Aren’t Using

    Brenda Barron
    21 Apr 2015 | 10:00 am
    As a web developer, you’ll always come across bugs in your code and new development techniques that you think could apply to existing websites. Mirroring the digital world in general, websites need to be at the forefront so that they’re the best performing for readers and customers. So it’s your job to make sure your websites do just that. Web development tools can be incredibly handy. They come in all forms, such as browser add-ons and plugins, which can help you to create the best website possible. They make your work more productive and therefore faster, plus they give you access…
  • Putting the Famous WordPress 5 Minute Install To the Test

    Brenda Barron
    20 Apr 2015 | 10:00 am
    Have you chosen WordPress as your website platform? If so, you’ve made a fantastic decision! WordPress is not only a very user-friendly platform but it’s also straightforward to install. You don’t need great technical skills or a degree in computing to install WordPress – simply follow my walk-through and you’ll have it ready to go in no time. WordPress 5 Minute Install – Is it Really That Simple? A speedy installation process will sound very appealing to the majority of users but does WordPress’ 5 Minute Install live up to its claims? Well the truth is that yes, the…
  • Where To Find Quality Leads As A Web Designer

    Ariel Rule
    19 Apr 2015 | 10:00 am
    When you’ve venturing into the world of self-employment as a web designer, the world looks full of a promising prospecting future. Your eyes are wide, your mind is hungry to take on a new design task and your pockets are ready to fill with all that cash you hear is floating around in the wide world of web design. Then a month goes by, then two… Soon, it’s been longer than you can count and you’re scraping by on creating $5,000 websites for a few hundred bucks and living off of those Top Ramen noodles you hoped to leave behind in college. Now that world of web designer Nirvana sounds…
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  • Google changes their algorithm to better present URLs in search

    The Savvy VA
    17 Apr 2015 | 9:10 am
    The structure of your URLs has always been extremely important in terms of your customers and clients finding what they are looking for. With Google’s announcement (and roll-out) yesterday April 16 2015, the structure is more important than ever. Your site will now be presented in the search using the “real-world name of the site instead of the domain name”. These changes are going to be very interesting to say the least. Well-structured URLs offer users a quick hint about the page topic and how the page fits within the website. To help mobile searchers understand your…
  • Will Google’s major upcoming change seriously affect your business?

    The Savvy VA
    13 Apr 2015 | 10:22 am
    Google announced in February 2015 that they will be changing their algorithm to include mobile ready sites as a marker in determining ranking in the search results. To quote them: When it comes to search on mobile devices, users should get the most relevant and timely results, no matter if the information lives on mobile-friendly web pages or apps. As more people use mobile devices to access the internet, our algorithms have to adapt to these usage patterns. Starting April 21, we will be expanding our use of mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal. This change will affect mobile searches in…
  • Are Newsletters REALLY That Important?

    The Savvy VA
    20 Mar 2015 | 5:21 am
    Newsletters remain the tried and true method for building the “know, like, and trust” factor that can make or break your business. They are REALLY that important to your business. Here’s why: 1.  Your newsletter allows you to stay in touch with your site visitors even after they’ve left your site. By using an OPT-IN form on your site, you can capture their names and email addresses to begin the process of nurturing relationship with your market.  This is key to the success of your business. I have heard Fabienne Fredrickson say that you need a MINIMUM of 1000 people on…
  • 9 of My Favorite WordPress Plugins

    The Savvy VA
    18 Mar 2015 | 5:35 am
    Basic WordPress Plugins for All WP Users Where would we be without plugins for WordPress?  They expand our sites and enable us to do some very impressive stuff. Over the years I have tried a lot of plugins — many did not measure up and were less than impressive, but some have proven to be helpful little winners in my book. As an aside, when you are thinking of installing a plugin, make sure that you get it from a trusted source such as http://wordpress.org/plugins  They tend to purge plugins that don’t measure up, have scripts in them that intend injury to your site, and are no…
  • Tips For Creating Powerful Headlines

    The Savvy VA
    2 Mar 2015 | 5:47 am
    You have a mere 3 – 10 seconds to capture a prospect’s attention and the most powerful tool you have to capture and keep their attention is your headline (or title of your post, sales page, or article). There are several keys to writing a compelling and selling headline. Here are a few tips to help you. 1.  Tap into Your Reader’s Emotions According to psychologists, buying decisions are based on emotion. So get emotional! Create your headlines so they include a strong emotional benefit (to what you are selling), and you will have written a compelling headline. Examples:…
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  • How to Improve WordPress Comments with De:comments

    Editorial Staff
    24 Apr 2015 | 5:00 am
    Have you seen websites that offer voting, badges, social sharing, social logins along with other cool features in their comments area? Want to revamp your WordPress comments to do the same? In this article, we will show you how to improve WordPress comments with De:comments and make them more interactive. What is De:comments? Why You Need it? De:comments is a premium WordPress plugin that offers a range of tools to increase engagement on your site. Here are some things that your users can do with de:comments: Users can use social login feature and sign in with their existing social accounts.
  • What’s New in WordPress 4.2

    Editorial Staff
    23 Apr 2015 | 12:17 pm
    WordPress 4.2 was released just a few minutes ago. This is the first major WordPress release of 2015. It fixes many issues and adds some great new features to WordPress. Sadly, some really cool features were dropped because they were not yet ready to be shipped. In this article, we will show you what’s new in WordPress 4.2 and which features you should try after updating your sites. This is a major WordPress release, which means your site will not get automatically updated unless you are using managed WordPress hosting. You will have to initiate the update from your WordPress dashboard.
  • How to Clean Up Your WordPress Database for Improved Performance

    Editorial Staff
    23 Apr 2015 | 6:34 am
    If you have been using WordPress for a while, then there is a good chance that you need to clean up your WordPress site. Doing regular clean ups allow you to reduce your database size which means quicker and smaller backup files. In this article, we will show you how to clean up WordPress database. As you use WordPress, your database accumulates a lot of extra data such as revisions, spam comments, trashed comments, data from plugins you are no longer using, and more. Removing all this unnecessary data can significantly reduce your database size which speeds up your backup process and can add…
 
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    WP Jedi

  • Getting Started with Monarch Social Sharing Plugin

    Wordpress Jedi
    24 Apr 2015 | 6:30 am
    In the past few months, we have covered a bunch of awesome social sharing plugins here. Monarch from Elegant Themes happens to be one of the most versatile plugins in this category. It has a lot of...
  • 10 Must See Envato WordPress Plugins

    Wordpress Jedi
    23 Apr 2015 | 6:49 am
    Envato does not need any introduction to those of you who have bought or sold items on sites like ThemeForest. It is an ecosystem of sites connecting creative product developers with folks who need...
  • 3 Wishlist & Gift Registry Plugins for WooCommerce

    Wordpress Jedi
    22 Apr 2015 | 6:59 am
    The WooCommerce plugin makes it so easy to build an online store. There are plenty of extensions that allow you to offer your customers more helpful features. We have already covered various plugins...
  • SmallBiz Responsive Business Theme

    Wordpress Jedi
    21 Apr 2015 | 6:33 am
    Running a small business comes with many challenges. You may have to wear multiple hats to keep things on track. WordPress development may not be your area of expertise, but you don’t have to...
  • Using & Managing Multiple Themes in WordPress: 4 Plugins

    Wordpress Jedi
    20 Apr 2015 | 6:30 am
    Installing new WordPress themes is pretty straight forward. But have you ever wanted to use, test, or even delete multiple themes at the same time? These 4 plugins let you do just that: Theme Test...
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    WPMU DEV Blog

  • 10 Beautiful WordPress Landing Pages (And the Plugins They Were Built With)

    Tom Ewer
    24 Apr 2015 | 5:00 am
    Landing pages are an effective tool to truly get the most out of your website. By building creating landing pages you’ll have more opportunities to convert new visitors to subscribers, as well as add a little variety to your site, since you’ll have more offers for your new visitors. Put simply, if you’re not using landing pages, you need to start. Luckily, there are a few WordPress plugins that make it easy for you. In fact, WordPress has an entire suite of plugins that enable you to build beautiful landing pages that convert. Below we profile some of the top landing page plugins along…
  • This Week In WordPress: XSS Security Scare, Facebook Abandons Plugin

    The WhiP Team
    23 Apr 2015 | 5:45 am
    This week’s round-up of WordPress news, views and reviews summarized in our daily email newsletter, The WhiP. Subscribe to The Whip for daily lashings of WordPress goodness. Subscribe to The WhiP Subscribe Friday, April 17 Setting the Bar (WordPress News) On this week’s episode of WPWeekly, the guys at WP Tavern talk about how Pippin Williamson, founder of Easy Digital Downloads, sets the bar when it comes to being a role model in the WordPress ecosystem.VersionPress 1.0 is out. The plugin brings the power of Git version control system to WordPress. Suffice to say, the plugin has had a…
  • Why You Should Have the Latest Version of WordPress

    Rachel McCollin
    23 Apr 2015 | 5:00 am
    When I first started working with WordPress five years ago, there was a lot of resistance to the CMS from clients. The main pushback I got was around security: They had heard rumours that WordPress wasn’t inherently secure and were worried about using it for their business site. By that time, WordPress was fast becoming the world’s most popular CMS and taking security very seriously. I was able to reassure my clients that what they’d heard was a hangover from WordPress’ days as a blogging platform and that it was now being used to power sites for organisations…
  • The Power User’s Ultimate Guide to the WordPress Admin Area

    Rachel McCollin
    22 Apr 2015 | 5:10 am
    Even if you’re an experienced user, there may well be features of the WordPress admin screens you haven’t come across yet – features that could make your life easier. In this article I’ll look at some examples, and welcome yours in the comments! The WordPress admin screens are constantly evolving. With each new release, the admin has improvements, tweaks and additions. Some of these are aimed at improving User Experience (UX), others have made things more accessible and yet more add new features. Over time most WordPress users develop habits for how they use the admin…
  • Updating WordPress on the Fly with Dynamic Local Area Information

    Brenda Barron
    21 Apr 2015 | 5:00 am
    It used to be that when you visited a website, you could expect the same thing upon each visit. Sure, new pages might’ve been added, but unless a total redesign was completed, everything was pretty much the same. But gone are the days of static websites. Websites now don’t just have new content added each time you visit them – they also have new content added while you visit them. I’m talking about dynamic information here that updates on the fly while a user is on the site. You see this all the time in the form of news or stock tickers, social media feeds, and weather…
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    WPLift

  • Weekly WordPress News: WordPress 4.2 Released, Tips for Plugin Devs, Web Security & More

    Oli
    24 Apr 2015 | 2:40 am
    WordPress 4.2 was just released, named “Powell” it has some new features such as an improved “Press This” browser button improved, extended character support including native Chinese, Japanese, and Korean characters, musical and mathematical symbols, and hieroglyphs. You can now switch themes in the customizer, Embeds from Tumblr.com and Kickstarter are now supported and plugin The post Weekly WordPress News: WordPress 4.2 Released, Tips for Plugin Devs, Web Security & More appeared first on WPLift.
  • Best Knowledge Base WordPress Themes for Customer Support, FAQs and Wiki

    Oli
    23 Apr 2015 | 1:06 am
    If you run a service or sell products and need to provide information for the user to understand how to use it, a knowledge base is a great way to store information in an ordered fashion. A knowledge base will typically contain categories of information about the product or service in a searchable format. They The post Best Knowledge Base WordPress Themes for Customer Support, FAQs and Wiki appeared first on WPLift.
  • The Best Free WordPress Plugins for Multi-Author Blogs

    Sourav
    22 Apr 2015 | 1:07 am
    Are you one of those folks who employ a lot of writers/contributors to your WordPress site? Do you spend much of your time communicating with your fellow writers? Do phrases like “don’t use external image URLs”, “make sure to use the H3 tag” or “please centre-align the images” constitute most of your emails to your site’s The post The Best Free WordPress Plugins for Multi-Author Blogs appeared first on WPLift.
  • WordPress Admin Themes: Rebrand and Customize the WordPress Admin

    Oli
    21 Apr 2015 | 12:50 am
    How do you like the default WordPress admin ? Some people express distaste for it saying it’s stuck in the past design-wise and can be hard to learn for beginners. Personally I have never had a problem with it – that may be because I have used most versions and spend so much time in The post WordPress Admin Themes: Rebrand and Customize the WordPress Admin appeared first on WPLift.
  • How to Audit Your Affiliate Links – Find Broken URLs in WordPress and Fix Them

    Oli
    20 Apr 2015 | 3:50 am
    If you use a lot of affiliate links in your WordPress site, you will find over time that they will become broken – this is down to websites changing their URLS, swapping affiliate management to different systems and discontinuing products etc. It’s quite an annoying problem to deal with as not all companies will notify The post How to Audit Your Affiliate Links – Find Broken URLs in WordPress and Fix Them appeared first on WPLift.
 
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    PremiumWP

  • Vision: Creative Portfolio WordPress Theme

    Premium WP
    24 Apr 2015 | 5:14 am
    Vision is a creative portfolio WordPress theme for photographers, artists, graphic designers, web designers and others. The premium theme from 7Theme has a bold and contemporary design with a large featured slider on the homepage and a hidden slide-out navigation menu on the left. Some of the key features of the Vision theme include: a fully mobile responsive design, fully customizable layout, lots of portfolio options and detailed project information section for each portfolio entry (list client name, budget, date, construction time etc), custom color for each portfolio entry, customization…
  • PhotoNote: WordPress Photography Theme

    Premium WP
    23 Apr 2015 | 9:59 pm
    PhotoNote 2.0 is a beautiful WordPress theme designed for photography and portfolio websites. The premium theme from WPZOOM has undergone a major re-design and includes many new features and improvements. It has a simple and modern design that’s ideal for showcasing your photos and blogging. Some of the key features include: a widgetized homepage, a touch-enabled slideshow on the front page that supports both landscape and portrait-oriented images, a fully responsive mobile design, masonry layouts for posts, WordPress Customizer integration for easy customization (change the logo, fonts,…
  • Motive: Multipurpose WordPress Theme

    Premium WP
    23 Apr 2015 | 4:17 am
    Motive is a professional and modern multipurpose WordPress theme from Tesla Themes. The premium comes with a lot advanced features and functionality and would be suitable for agency, business, corporate, online portfolio, blog or any other type of project. Some of the key features of the theme include: 2 different styles to choose from, 3 portfolio styles (grid, masonry, mosaic), Revolution slider, Parallax backgrounds, sticky navigation, post formats (standard, video, audio, quote, etc.), custom post types, featured image/video/audio, custom widgets, shortcodes, form builder, customizable…
  • Together: WordPress Wedding Theme

    Premium WP
    22 Apr 2015 | 5:23 pm
    Together is a unique wedding WordPress theme from 7Theme. The premium theme has an elegant and beautiful hand crafted designed perfect for wedding invitations, wedding announcements, wedding blogs and websites to showcase your special day. Some of the key features of the Together theme include: a mobile friendly responsive design, 6 different photo gallery options, countdown timer, upcoming dates, Bride and Groom pages, animated menu, unlimited color and background options, parallax effects, WooCommerce ready, drag and drop slider management, and lots of other customization options. Price:…
  • Obsidian WordPress Music Theme

    Premium WP
    22 Apr 2015 | 5:02 am
    The Obsidian theme, named after the naturally occurring volcanic glass, is a modern and mobile friendly music WordPress theme from AudioTheme. The premium theme has a stylish and practical design plus a great set of features making it an ideal online hub for bands, musicians, DJ’s, and others in the music and entertainment industry. The theme integrates with the AudioTheme Framework plugin which is a state of the art WordPress plugin to manage music, gigs, videos, discography and more. Some of the key features of the theme include: WordPress customizer support for easy customization (change…
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    Penguin Initiatives

  • Google Tag Manager Tracking Guide for WordPress

    Andy Forsberg
    22 Apr 2015 | 2:37 pm
    How to setup Google Tag Manager in WordPress Google’s Tag Manager Universal Analytics Tracking Tag How to setup tracking in Google Tag Manager for: External Link Clicks Internal Link Clicks Affiliate Link Clicks Anchor Link Clicks 404 Errors Comment Form Submissions Contact Form Submissions Subscribe Form Submissions Social Shares Google’s Tag Manager Create Google Account […] The post Google Tag Manager Tracking Guide for WordPress appeared first on Penguin Initiatives.
  • Speed Up WordPress Page Load Time With Three Plugins

    Andy Forsberg
    7 Feb 2015 | 6:18 pm
    By simply downloading, installing and activating these three WordPress plugins you can significantly speed up your WordPress website's page load time. The post Speed Up WordPress Page Load Time With Three Plugins appeared first on Penguin Initiatives.
  • Black Friday & Cyber Monday WordPress Deals 2014

    Andy Forsberg
    28 Nov 2014 | 5:15 am
    23 amazing deals & discounts on WordPress hosting, plugins & themes as well as digital marketing products & services on Black Friday & Cyber Monday 2014. The post Black Friday & Cyber Monday WordPress Deals 2014 appeared first on Penguin Initiatives.
  • Best Smart Home Automation Products by Category

    Andy Forsberg
    23 Nov 2014 | 12:01 am
    A manually-curated collection of the best new smart home automation products broken down by category. All are reasonably-priced, practical & innovative. The post Best Smart Home Automation Products by Category appeared first on Penguin Initiatives.
  • A Small Orange WordPress Hosting Review

    Andy Forsberg
    19 Oct 2014 | 12:08 am
    If you want the fastest flexible WordPress web hosting with stellar support and you don’t want or need WordPress managed, A Small Orange is the way to go. The post A Small Orange WordPress Hosting Review appeared first on Penguin Initiatives.
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    WPKube

  • Speed Means Business: WP Speedster Tests 25K Plugins and 2,500 Themes for You

    Joe
    23 Apr 2015 | 8:33 am
    Think about how many people visit your sites on a daily basis. You may wonder if they’re satisfied with the content or interested in what products or services you’re selling, but what if they don’t even have a chance to get to this content? What if your customers and readers leave without even understanding what […] The post Speed Means Business: WP Speedster Tests 25K Plugins and 2,500 Themes for You is written by Joe and appeared first on WPKube.
  • Heroic Knowledge Base Plugin Review: Be A Customer Support Hero

    Ariel Rule
    20 Apr 2015 | 5:00 am
    Whether you’re selling a digital product, a physical one, or your offering anything that may kick up a few questions that need answering on your website, being able provide the answers is big part of making your business and product a success. However, that’s easier said than done. It takes a lot of time to […] The post Heroic Knowledge Base Plugin Review: Be A Customer Support Hero is written by Ariel Rule and appeared first on WPKube.
  • 7 WordPress Support And Maintenance Services For The Busy And/Or Successful Blogger Or Small Business Owner

    Ragnar
    19 Apr 2015 | 5:00 am
    I know what some of you are thinking right now.. why on earth would I need a service to help me with the maintenance of my WordPress site? If you’re a business owner, freelancer, or someone else whose website is integral to bringing in business, it’s easy to worry about and spend a lot of […] The post 7 WordPress Support And Maintenance Services For The Busy And/Or Successful Blogger Or Small Business Owner is written by Ragnar and appeared first on WPKube.
  • How To Scan Your WordPress Site For Malware And Threats

    Ragnar
    17 Apr 2015 | 5:00 am
    These days, where online crime is starting to overtake crime in real life, it’s important to learn how to protect yourself and your website, especially if your income relies on it. Anyone with a website is a potential target, but anyone with a completely unchanged, standard version of WordPress (with the username admin and a […] The post How To Scan Your WordPress Site For Malware And Threats is written by Ragnar and appeared first on WPKube.
  • How to Create a Custom WordPress Login Page with Caldera Custom Login Plugin

    Joe
    16 Apr 2015 | 11:04 am
    The custom WordPress login page is not a new concept, but plugins have come and gone, clearing the way for some of the nicer designed custom login page options. That said, I want to show you how to make your own custom WordPress login page with the help of the Caldera Custom Login plugin. This […] The post How to Create a Custom WordPress Login Page with Caldera Custom Login Plugin is written by Joe and appeared first on WPKube.
 
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  • Dynamically add a hiden page URL to Gravity Forms in WordPress to see which pages are generating the most leads

    Rebecca Markowitz
    18 Apr 2015 | 9:20 pm
    In order to get a better understanding of how people are interacting with your site, you can find out what page they filled out a form on using Gravity Forms. Tracking leads, the Gravity Forms way As you know, we are a bit obsessed with Gravity Forms (aff) and use it on every WordPress site we develop. One of our clients wanted to use the same contact form on several services pages but he wanted to know where the user filled out the form so he could send a more tailored response. We knew there would be a way to do this in Gravity Forms, but didn’t realize how easy it would be, and…
  • Gravity Forms PayPal Error (and Solution): Some required information is missing or incomplete. Please correct your entries and try again.

    Rebecca Markowitz
    16 Apr 2015 | 6:05 am
    One of our clients sells books on their website and was using a PayPal-generated Buy Now button to sell the book. However, they wanted to be able to sell multiple copies of the book so I added a form, using Gravity Forms with the PayPal Addon. However, when I tested the form, it brought me to a page on Paypal with this error: “Some required information is missing or incomplete. Please correct your entries and try again.” What the what? After some trial and error (and minor freak-out), I figured out that my form is conflicting with the original PayPal “Buy Now”…
  • How to remove the permalink base from a Custom Post Type slug

    Rebecca Markowitz
    18 Jan 2015 | 5:04 am
    If you are using a permalink structure like /blog/%postname% and want to remove /blog/ from a custom post type slug, here’s how to do it. 1. In your functions.php where you created your custom post type, use this code and replace ‘newsletters’ with the slug you want for your custom post type.'rewrite' => array( 'slug' => 'newsletters', 'with_front' => false, )The real magic happens with the ‘with_front’ parameter, which, if set to false, removes the base in the permalink custom structure. 2. After you’ve modified your functions.php file, make…
  • How to migrate a site without pulling your hair out using BlogVault

    ManagingTeam
    12 Jan 2015 | 7:08 am
    How to express my love for blogVault without sounding corny… I’ve migrated many many sites. I’ve tried using lots of different plugins for migration such as Duplicator, WP Migrate, and others but there always seems to be a snag along the way, or a minor annoyance like having to upload an file like importer.php on the new server. And then I migrated my first site using blogVault (aff) and it was a breeeeze! I haven’t been this excited about a plugin since Gravity Forms. Use case: I needed to migrate a site from our development site to a new domain. Ex. from the url…
  • Blogvault: backups that actually work and how to de-clutter your server

    Rebecca Markowitz
    8 Jan 2015 | 5:56 am
    A while back, we reviewed three systems for managing multiple WordPress sites – InfiniteWP, ManageWP, and WPRemote. These management platforms include features such as plugin upgrades, spam comment removal, backups, and more. In the end, we decided on InfiniteWP and were pretty happy with it for a while – really friendly support, new and useful features, constantly improving, etc. However, we noticed two major issues related to IWP: 1. Some of our hosting clients couldn’t upload images to their site because their disk space was full. I logged into one of our client’s…
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    Templatic

  • Add membership features to Directory with the Access Manager add-on

    Vedran Fak
    23 Apr 2015 | 6:55 am
    A membership add-on is one of the most frequent requests we get for Directory. Because of that I’m happy to announce that Access Manager add-on is now available! The main purpose of the plugin is to give you another way of making money with Directory. Along with relying on submissions for revenue, you can now now monetize the content itself. Want to hide the address or phone number behind a paywall? You can with Access Manager! Provide multiple options with membership packages Membership packages allow you to offer multiple tiers of access to your visitors. For instance, 1 package…
  • Important theme updates in light of the recent XSS vulnerability

    Vedran Fak
    23 Apr 2015 | 4:20 am
    In case you missed the news, a few days ago details surfaced about a new vulnerability present within many popular plugins and themes. The vulnerability was caused by the improper use of two functions: add_query_arg() and remove_query_arg(). Wrong information within the Codex caused many developers (including us) to assume that the functions would properly escape URLs (which they don’t). You can read more about this security issue in the following article. If you own any of these themes please update it as soon as possible! Of course, don’t forget to take the usual safety…
  • What’s coming up at Templatic?

    Vedran Fak
    21 Apr 2015 | 10:59 am
    Have you been wondering what we’ve been up to lately? In short… we’ve been busy. Our developers have been creating both products you’ve come to expect over the years (Directory add-ons) as well as some all-new stuff (more on that later). So, here’s what you can expect to see from Templatic in the next couple of weeks… Membership plugin for Directory At the moment the entire Directory theme is focused on 1 primary way of making money – charging for submissions. With this upcoming Directory plugin you’ll be able to make money by charging for…
  • Who is the best hosting provider for Directory?

    Vedran Fak
    24 Mar 2015 | 12:17 pm
    The wealth of features you get with Directory definitely make it easier to create a comprehensive listing, event or property portal. However, they also come at a price. A complex theme such as Directory will be much more taxing on the server than a simple portfolio or business theme. This means that choosing a webhost isn’t as straightforward as with other/simpler themes. Fortunately I have two hosts to recommend that should make this quest a whole lot easier. Site5 – awesome hosting for the masses I first heard of Site5 after several of our members recommended them inside the…
  • Introducing the Eventum child theme, a spiritual successor to Nightlife

    Vedran Fak
    17 Mar 2015 | 7:33 am
    Eventum is our latest events portal theme. Despite being a new release, it borrows a lot of inspiration from our first ever Tevolution-powered theme, Nightlife. Even though the looks are similar these are two very different themes under the hood. Good news is that we’ll have a discount for all of you looking to migrate from Nightlife to Eventum, but more on that later. Powered by the Events add-on Events add-on comes included with every purchase of the Eventum package. It’s the component that contains all event-related functionality you’ll need for managing your events…
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    Human3rror

  • Alto’s Story

    John
    23 Apr 2015 | 6:24 pm
    An awesome look at how this great game was built. The post Alto’s Story appeared first on John Saddington.
  • Rate of Learning

    John
    23 Apr 2015 | 7:56 am
    One of the most valuable and important factors of compensation when working at a startup as opposed to a corporate 9-to-5 job is a dramatically higher rate-of-learning (ROL) quotient. It’s one of the reasons that I continue to choose startups over larger organizations, especially where I am in terms of my professional career. Rate of Learning These thoughts via Kyle Tibbitts are pretty powerful to consider and is worth considering as you compare and contrast your opportunities for your next adventure. I never want to stop learning and I want to work with people that I can learn a ton…
  • 10 Ways to Build a More High Energy Life

    John
    23 Apr 2015 | 5:16 am
    As I continue to explore and work on building a lifestyle that is marked by peace more than stress (reduction) I’m also proactively working on experimenting things that might be more additive. In other words, trying things that might bring about high energy and a greater overall enthusiasm about life. Here are 10 things that my therapist has recommended that I try: Eat Breakfast – I have not always done this but I started doing this more consistently a year or so ago. Now, I can’t go without something in the morning and I feel noticeably different and more awake / alert.
  • StartupLawyer.com

    John
    22 Apr 2015 | 11:26 am
    Also very, very useful resource and site for those who are interested in learning more about what it takes (legally) to get things up and running on the right foot. This list here is simple and straight-forward. The post StartupLawyer.com appeared first on John Saddington.
  • Find Big Mail

    John
    22 Apr 2015 | 11:21 am
    Wow. This was super-useful. Deleted a bunch of high-attachment files that I had no idea about. The post Find Big Mail appeared first on John Saddington.
 
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    eCommerce ERP CRM | Digital Marketing Agency

  • Responsive Web Design is Must to Get High Search Ranking on Google

    Justin
    21 Apr 2015 | 4:08 am
    At present, tablets and smartphones, are taking possession of web surfing. In early 2014, Internet usage on mobile devices officially topped PC traffic. That is the reason, why it is vital to have a multiple device-compatible & mobile-friendly website to put up this new digital landscape. To meet this demand, responsive design has promptly become the new standard in web design and development. Much More Than a Mobile Site Responsive design is a tactic to web development by making use of fluid, flexible images, CSS3 media queries and proportion-based grids to deliver an enhanced user…
  • Best Custom Design Shopify Templates

    Mark
    27 Mar 2015 | 8:13 am
    Gowebbaby design and develop custom Shopify Design Stores. We do have a team of expert designers and Shopify developers to design shopify templates. Please check few of the custom designs for Shopify Stores. Custom Design Shopify Pet Food Store Shopify Ecommerce Template for Maternity Store Custom Shopify Store Design for Printing Company    
  • Migrate Amazon Webstore to Magento Ecommerce Platform

    Justin
    19 Mar 2015 | 8:39 am
    As, you all aware about the bad news that Amazon Webstore is going to be close soon, we have a great option to get out of this situation. Yes, if you have your own Webstore, then now with us you can migrate Amazon Webstore to Magento ecommerce platform. As the Webstore services would not be closed before June 2016, you have sufficient time to move on your business to the best ecommerce platform i.e. Magento. What we offer in Migrating Amazon Webstore to Magento? Here are some of the essential features we offer in migrating your Webstore to Magento. Import Amazon products into Magento…
  • Amazon is Going to Shut Down Amazon Webstore Services – July 2016

    Justin
    19 Mar 2015 | 8:03 am
      Yes, you read it right, Amazon Webstore is going to shut down Webstore services in 2016. It’s really a bad news for all business owners, who are currently selling on Amazon webstore. Amazon Webstore is no longer open to new applicants and will be completely discontinued at the end of June next year.   No Official Reason till Now No official reason has been given. But as you can imagine, if as a seller you had invested a great deal of time getting your Amazon webstore up and running, this news would be a real blow and a massive setback for your business. It’s another useful…
  • What You Need in a Shopify E-Commerce Store?

    Justin
    17 Mar 2015 | 11:16 pm
    As an entrepreneur in any field, it is very important for you to start thinking of the best ways to sell your product. A very important thing that should always guide you is consumer behavior. This is the situation where you analyze the latest trends in consumer behavior and then trying as much as possible to fill the gap. One thing that you should always consider is that of getting into online business. If you have a brick and mortar store, you should do the best you can to get your products online and then selling them to potential clients. This has seemed to work for many businesses which…
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    The Expand2Web Blog

  • Taking Care of Your Customers

    Don Campbell
    10 Apr 2015 | 9:22 pm
    The best way to grow your business is to take good care of your customers. Deliver great products and services, and add that personal touch. But sometimes things still go wrong despite your best efforts. That’s why you need to be proactive with your customers, and ask for feedback to identify any issues right after the sale or interaction. Many of you know I’ve been working on a product to help you do just that. GetFiveStars helps you deliver a top-notch customer experience, and get more testimonials, online reviews, and referrals as a result. One of my favorite parts of…
  • Has Web Design Become a Commodity? Do You Need to Pay A Web Designer to Build A Website For You?

    Eileen Lonergan
    5 Nov 2014 | 9:15 am
    Over in the SmallBiz Experts Group on Facebook (which is a community of small business owners and web designers who have registered for membership on the Expand2Web site) there was quite a lively discussion which began by member Diane Ratliff, Your Friend on the Web, asking the group for opinions on the many ads running that are offering free websites. As a bit of background, the group meets regularly, about once a week, for a Live Chat or a more organized classroom session, led by Expand2Web founders Don Campbell and Thomas Hasch.  Topics range from search engine optimization, web design…
  • 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…
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    WordPress Ecommerce Themes - Tokokoo

  • Giveaway: 5 Licences Koran – Stunning News & Magazine WordPress Theme

    Andiana Moedasir
    15 Apr 2015 | 3:13 am
    Koran is a premium, beautiful, modern, responsive, and retina ready theme for personal blog. Yet, it could be perfect for news site and e-magazine WordPress theme to share current style, politic view, sport, and events with your readers. People love any update and even breaking news. Your personal thought would be readers’ inspiration too. Koran is just the theme to share and make your favorite writings walk through where your readers belong. Purchase Theme View Live Demo This theme was designed to share any information easily. See that there large images and clean lines combined with…
  • Noto, Premium Blogging and Portfolio WordPress Theme

    Andiana Moedasir
    16 Mar 2015 | 6:21 am
    Nowadays, telling about your daily activities or random thought can be done easily by online writing. By blogging, you can share your content to public easily. You only need best blog provider and complete it with beautiful and easy to install theme. Noto for WordPress is your answer. Don’t you realize that reviews (film, music, books, and famous people gossip) deliver a lot of value to your followers, and people are constantly looking for honest opinions, not the fake ones like the other webs. The theme also portfolio section with an option to show your best projects. This helps you…
  • How To Get More Traffic For Your WordPress Blog?

    Andiana Moedasir
    15 Mar 2015 | 12:00 am
    After you created a new blog, then what? Wait, have you decided what your blog will be? Portfolio? Journal? Online shop? Oh well, you have to build your blog to be known by your potential targets. Now, how to get more traffic for your WordPress blog? These simple tips and ideas may help you to grow your community: Use the social media ‘share’ buttons. You have to remember this easy way to anyone share your blog by viral and let third, fourth, fifth, and another circle find your content in one click. Put Digg This, del.icio.us, Tweet This!, Facebook Like or other buttons at the bottom of…
  • Make Money From Your WordPress Blog

    Andiana Moedasir
    9 Mar 2015 | 3:58 am
    As we know that nowadays we can sell almost anything by online for targeting not only internet user but also anyone who don’t using any gadget at all. How come? Testimonial, one of the top reason. But, you may know it too that only some people realized if we could make money from blogging too. Many people say that it isn’t a career. There’s no way to make money from online. They say that it isn’t a tool for changing the world. In the online world, it is always recommended to start a blog for your business. So, what are you waiting for? Launch your own WordPress related blog…
  • How To Set Up Your WordPress Site

    Andiana Moedasir
    2 Mar 2015 | 10:22 pm
    WordPress is one of the most popular blogging and publishing platforms available, with more than 66 million sites around the world. But free content management and sleek templates aren’t the only features WordPress offers — you can actually download software from WordPress.organd set up your own custom website within minutes. The trouble is, the idea of building a site from scratch is pretty daunting, and you may not know exactly where to start. SEE ALSO: Awesome WordPress Themes For Any Purposes We’ve put together a basic guide for setting up your own hosted WordPress site,…
 
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    WP Mayor

  • Collection of 20+ Alternatives for Your Site’s Fresh Look

    Juan Pablo Sarmiento
    24 Apr 2015 | 5:08 am
    How's it going, people? We are back once more to bring you some of the freshest resources we could find to satisfy your ever-growing needs for design and development elements. Have a look at this bundle and discover the hottest icons, libraries, plugins, articles and much more awesome content!
  • Swift Security – Bulletproof Your WordPress Website

    Alyona Galea
    23 Apr 2015 | 5:00 am
    WordPress is currently the most popular content management system, being used by 23,6 % of all the websites. WordPress is extremely widespread, but that doesn’t make it immune to security breaches. Weak passwords, vulnerable templates and plugins are an easy target for malicious users, thus, website owners must resort to all sorts of security plugins to secure their websites.
  • Tabulizer: Learn How to Create Awesome Responsive Tables and Interactive Graphs with Just a Few Clicks

    Alyona Galea
    22 Apr 2015 | 5:00 am
    At some point you will need to add a table into your WordPress post or page. For instance, you want to create a comparison table or simply display the data from an Excel file or another source in a user friendly way. Those of you that have worked with the default WordPress editor know how difficult this can be when the table gets more complicated or if you want to add some extra features like pagination, sorting, filtering or responsive behaviour.
  • Qards: How to Create a Post Story Like Mashable Does

    Alyona Galea
    21 Apr 2015 | 5:00 am
    Mashable. Techcrunch. Wired. New York Times. All of these publishers have something in common: valuable content. They deliver and craft not only news and articles, but also visual stories that grab our attention. If your dream is to create post stories like they do, then continue to read this article. You will find out more about Qards, a robust drag and drop visual editor for WordPress, easy-to-use by anyone who wants to start building strong digital articles that will make a difference.
  • Awesome Giveaway – Get 1 Copy of Ruby Theme Every Week

    Alyona Galea
    20 Apr 2015 | 5:00 am
    Today we partnered up with King Kong Themes to give you a chance to win 1 copy of Ruby WordPress Theme every week! The competition will be on for 4 weeks, so we are going to have 4 winners. Lucky winners will receive the purchase code on ThemeForest.net and will be supported in the next versions of Ruby.
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    WP Daily Themes

  • WordPress 4.2 “Powell” Released, What’s new?

    Peter
    24 Apr 2015 | 5:09 am
    The wait is over. Matt Mullenweg announced yesterday on the WordPress blog WordPress 4.2 is now released and is available for download. WordPress version 4.2, named “Powell” is dedicated to the jazz pianist Bud Powell. Powell was a jazz pianist born and raised in Harlem, New York City. He was a leading figure in the development of bebop, composer and famous for greatly extend the range of jazz harmony. Just two days ago a security release was released for WordPress. A critical cross-site scripting vulnerability was discovered. Up close WordPress 4.2 was released with new features we take…
  • SinglePro – Free Onepage Business & Portfolio WordPress Theme

    Peter
    23 Apr 2015 | 3:42 am
    If you are looking for an elegant and professional looking smooth scrolling WordPress single page theme for building your business portfolio website. Where you can showcase not only your creative works, but also able to display each and every single business information’s in a modern way. Then we have the perfect theme for you. Today we have a look at a free responsive one page WordPress theme SinglePro which you can build your desired website with no cost. This theme is completely free to use, licensed under the GPL license. Today we have a look at a free responsive one page WordPress…
  • Weekly WordPress Roundup #6

    SYED WASEEM ABBAS
    22 Apr 2015 | 12:11 pm
    Last week in WordPress was censorious. Many plugins were found vulnerable. Sucuri actively working as WordPress security agency, checked and reported the errors in code. Two days back, Jeff Chandler from WP Tavern mentioned the top plugins with XSS vulnerability in his post. Not only Jeff, but, many of the WordPress daily bloggers including Brian Krosgard pointed out for their readers to update their plugins. WordPress 4.2 is all set to be released today. It was announced in the last release candidate. The core team found it necessary to release a security update. WordPress 4.1.2 rolled out…
  • WordPress 4.1.2 Security Release Now Available

    Peter
    21 Apr 2015 | 11:02 am
    While we all waited for WordPress 4.2 should be released, a critical cross-site scripting vulnerability was discovered. A security release was released for WordPress today. WordPress is now updated to version 4.1.2 announced Gary Pendergast on the WordPress blog. On the WordPress blog you can read: This is a critical security release for all previous versions and we strongly encourage you to update your sites immediately. WordPress 4.1.1 and earlier versions are affected by a critical cross-site scripting vulnerability. Which, at worst, would enable anonymous users to compromise a site. It is…
  • 7 Ways to Make Your Blog Readers Hate You in 2015

    Karol K
    20 Apr 2015 | 9:35 am
    Okay, it’s already April, but I’m sure we can still make your blog readers hate you in 2015 if we just work hard enough for it! “Wait, what?” – asks you. As you’ve probably guessed by now, this isn’t an everyday blog post… I mean, sure, there’s some how-to advice here, but the advice isn’t what you would call standard. In other words, this post isn’t about giving you direct go-and-do advice. In fact, it’s more like never-do advice. But why? Well, since the human brain is hardwired to focus more on the negative than on…
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    ManageWP

  • Scientific search for the biggest WordPress brand

    Vladimir Prelovac
    10 Apr 2015 | 2:22 pm
    Ever since I posted an article on how to use Twitter to determine your brand strength I wanted to do this experiment – finding the most influential WordPress brand! Methodology If you can’t be bothered to read the article, the basic premise is this: if your brand uses Twitter, and you follow people who are relevant to your product/market/brand, then the percentage of the people who follow you back is a simple but very effective measure of your brand strength. For example, if I sell blue widgets and follow 100 important people in the blue widget market, and 40 of those follow me…
  • ManageWP Orion Developer Diary #2

    Nemanja Aleksic
    31 Mar 2015 | 9:19 am
    It’s been almost a month since we kicked off the Orion Developer Diary. It’s crunch time in the ManageWP HQ, and we’ve got some great news for you. You Were Promised Backups In The Previous Diary Initially the Dev Diary #2 was intended to give you a tour of the new backup system we planned to release into Orion Beta by then, but the beta tester feedback was so overwhelming that we needed to pause further development and sort out the fundamentals. So before I go over these changes I’ll just drop a small teaser of the new backup system that will DEFINITELY be in the next…
  • How to Approach Unhappy Clients

    Davor Altman
    6 Mar 2015 | 12:21 pm
    R unning a successful WordPress business can be difficult and there are so many challenges you have to face. Whether you are a plugin or a theme developer or you are managing a bunch of e-commerce sites, you know the drill. You have to deliver the results to your clients, you have to always stay focused on marketing and enhancements of your business, and you also have to provide support to your existing clients. Customer Service often gets the connotation of a necessary evil of every online business but it is actually its backbone Not only does it keep your existing customers but it also…
  • Simple way of using Twitter to measure brand strength

    Vladimir Prelovac
    25 Feb 2015 | 10:10 am
    The purpose of this article is to demonstrate a way of using Twitter as a tool to measure your own brand influence. To better illustrate this I am going to use the study of our own Twitter account which at this point follows carefully picked 1,500 Twitter users. How did we come up with those? Couple of months ago we reset people we follow to near zero and then started from scratch. This was just an autumn clean-up which was initiated with no particular reason. However an idea was quickly born. The goal is to use Twitter to follow only the most influential people in your market (for us it is…
  • ManageWP Orion Developer Diary #1

    Nemanja Aleksic
    17 Feb 2015 | 9:13 am
    I’m happy to announce that ManageWP Orion Closed Beta is in full swing. We’ve received a lot of amazing feedback and solved a lot of bugs and visual inconsistencies, all thanks to our beta testers to whom we’re immensely grateful. Let’s share a couple of stats for the past three weeks to give you an idea of the flow behind the scenes: You’ve sent us over 450 messages with bug reports, observations and ideas. Our product owners turned these messages into 188 Trello cards. Our developers took those 188 Trello cards and completed 124 of them, with another 34 are…
 
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    WPWidgets.net

  • The LMS Landscape and LifterLMS The e-Learning Landscape

    admin
    20 Apr 2015 | 10:00 pm
    As you may or may not know, the e-learning space is hot right now. It’s expected to generate $107 Billion in 2015, and grow at nearly 10% annually. Online Information Products are one of the most scalable business models in the world – you are not required to manufacture or house product and there’s little to ... The post The LMS Landscape and LifterLMS The e-Learning Landscape appeared first on All about WordPres.
  • Why Contemporary Interior Decoration Is A Good Choice?

    admin
    14 Apr 2015 | 3:01 am
    The pieces of contemporary furniture are ideal elements for a contemporary interior. When it comes to contemporary interior, we talk about sleek and clean environment. In order to plan for a contemporary look renovation of your room, you should think of contemporary furniture which you should include in your setting. You can pay visit to ... The post Why Contemporary Interior Decoration Is A Good Choice? appeared first on All about WordPres.
  • Three Essential Steps for Building a Quality WordPress Website in One Day

    admin
    12 Apr 2015 | 1:00 am
    WordPress is made to be easy to use. In fact, it is so user-friendly that virtually anyone, even people with no web experience, can use it to construct and maintain a basic blog or e-commerce site based on readily available themes and templates. While the WordPress community of developers have done a great job of ... The post Three Essential Steps for Building a Quality WordPress Website in One Day appeared first on All about WordPres.
  • Choosing BuddyPress to Turn WordPress Site to a Social Network: Why and How

    admin
    2 Apr 2015 | 2:27 am
    Almost every business constantly seeks for opportunities that helps them increase their brand visibility among a wider audience base. One best way to expand your brand’s voice and content is to set up a social network. Of course, social networks help increase your brand recognition to millions of users, but sometimes the scope that those ... The post Choosing BuddyPress to Turn WordPress Site to a Social Network: Why and How appeared first on All about WordPres.
  • How to Recover Lost Contacts from Samsung Galaxy

    admin
    24 Mar 2015 | 1:03 pm
    Samsung galaxy smartphone series become popular in very less time spam getting tag of best android phone. Samsung gets big boost because of tremendous galaxy smart phone series.  Samsung  S5 released in 2014 was being considered as iPhone 6 rival. Even in US market, Samsung is getting a lot of attention. Samsung galaxy phones come ... The post How to Recover Lost Contacts from Samsung Galaxy appeared first on All about WordPres.
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    WP Free Setup

  • How to Increase Max Media File Upload Size on WordPress

    Mansoor
    3 Apr 2015 | 10:58 am
    Do you want to upload big files on WordPress but couldn’t due to uploading limit? Here I am going to share a helpful tutorial for you which will help you to get your solution right in your hand. Depending upon your hosting company, you will have limitations on maximum file upload size. Most of the standard hosting offers Maximum file upload limit of 2 MB, which is not enough in many cases. Here are some of the WordPress hosting companies with Max file upload size limit: Siteground hosting – 100 MB Bluehost – 10MB Hostgator – 64MB If your hosting company have imposed a…
  • 8 Coolest WordPress Tips & Tricks You Should Learn Today

    Mansoor
    31 Mar 2015 | 1:38 pm
    The WordPress is one of the most prominent blogging platforms which is being used by many professionals and agencies out there.  It has got a great number of helpful plugins which could be used for optimization or designing of any blog. Simply, there is much more things which can be taken out of it. The pro bloggers are applying the certain kind of tricks with WordPress in order to boost the compatibility of it and to manipulate it accordingly, and we are going to disclose them for you. Today you are going to get some of the top WordPress tips and tricks which every blogger must know about…
  • [Fix] Your IP Has been flagged for potential security violations

    Harsh Agrawal
    25 Mar 2015 | 1:12 pm
    Jetpack WordPress plugin recently added a new feature call Protect. This is a security module which protect your blog from brute force attack. Unlike other WordPress brute force protection plugin, this plugin works differently. It monitors the I.P., which tried to login to various WordPress blog and ban it to protect the blog. Which I believe is a better way than locking out someone who tried failed login into your WordPress blog. This all sounds convenient, but today I faced something unexpected. I own about 10+ WordPress blog, and while I was trying to login to my WordPress blog, I…
  • Smush.it Alternative For WordPress – Image Optimization Plugin

    Harsh Agrawal
    24 Mar 2015 | 4:26 am
    Smush.it is most popular image optimization plugin for WordPress, and chances are if must be using it on your blog. If yes, I’m sure lately you seen a message like: Yahoo appears to be either discontinuing or not supporting their free Smush.It service – bah! So, WPMU DEV is looking into how we can provide a free service to you that replaces this… but it’s going to take some time. So, in the interim, we’re providing a (very temporary) 90% discount on any new WPMU DEV Membership to WP Smush.It users so you can use our dedicated Smush Pro servers. We will update the…
  • How To Add Google Analytics To WordPress in Simple Steps

    Harsh Agrawal
    22 Mar 2015 | 3:22 pm
    Google analytic is a free blog analytic service from Google. By using Google analytic, you can track your site visits and details on which posts are performing the best. This is one of the essential set up of WordPress blog and in this tutorial I will be telling you how you can get started with generating and installing Google Analytics code into any WordPress blog. In this tutorial, I will be using Google Analytics WordPress plugin by Yoast as an example. Though you can use any simple WordPress plugin to add analytic into your WordPress blog. Generating Google analytic tracking code: The…
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  • CSS Hero Gets A Super Hosting Sidekick: A2 Hosting Review

    Ariel
    22 Apr 2015 | 6:33 am
    It’s a bird. It’s a plane. It’s — No, not Superman. It’s CSS Hero! All joking aside, CSS Hero we’re a company dedicated to offering great products backed by great customer service. As a business that stands behind such ideologies, we are always on the lookout for other WordPress products or services that stand behind […] The post CSS Hero Gets A Super Hosting Sidekick: A2 Hosting Review appeared first on CSS Hero.
  • How To Use CSS Hero to Customize the Contact 7 Form Plugin

    Ariel
    15 Apr 2015 | 8:16 am
    With over 1 million active installations, the Contact 7 Form Plugin is one of the most popular contact forms in the WordPress Repository. Not only is it easy to use, but it’s also pretty easy to add additional tags to help create a unique contact form on your site. The only downside is that the plugin doesn’t […] The post How To Use CSS Hero to Customize the Contact 7 Form Plugin appeared first on CSS Hero.
  • CSS Hero: A Game Changer for the Genesis Framework

    Ariel
    10 Apr 2015 | 9:52 am
    It’s amazing how WordPress manages to gather together the minds of some amazing people who can create great products that many flock to. As WordPress and the internet began to evolve, there were some forward thinking companies that changed with it and began to build a sturdy name and product upon the ever shifting sands […] The post CSS Hero: A Game Changer for the Genesis Framework appeared first on CSS Hero.
  • Five places to learn CSS for free

    SociallySteve
    19 Feb 2015 | 4:12 pm
    Ten years ago if you’d have asked a bunch of successful people for tips on getting ahead in business, you can bet a few of them would suggest ‘learning a language’. The logic behind this advice is sound; find ways to reach more people in different markets. Between then and now, almost every industry has […] The post Five places to learn CSS for free appeared first on CSS Hero.
  • WIN a PERSONAL PLAN Worth 59$ by Suggesting the #NextHeroReadyTheme.

    SociallySteve
    3 Feb 2015 | 9:46 am
    How to participate in the #NextHeroReadyTheme Sweepstakes: To participate just tweet the hashtag #NextHeroReadyTheme with a theme you’d like us to make Hero Ready, mentioning the theme author. You can use this box to compose your tweet: Tweet Example: The Prize: We’ll choose 5 winners who will each get a Personal Plan membership of CSS Hero […] The post WIN a PERSONAL PLAN Worth 59$ by Suggesting the #NextHeroReadyTheme. appeared first on CSS Hero.
 
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  • Yes. WordPress 4.2 “Powell” Was Released - BobWP

    Bob Dunn
    24 Apr 2015 | 5:00 am
    Well, you may have seen that good old “Update WordPress” notice. And yes, 4.2 has been released, named “Powell” in honor of jazz pianist Bud Powell. Normally I do my own review, but thought this time around I’ll just share the video from the source itself. You may be asking me if I have updated yet. I did. Approximately 1 hour after it’s release. And yes, I did back everything up just in case. That is one of the reasons I loved WPEngine. I do a one-click backup and if things go sideways, I simply do a one-click restore. And I’m back in business. But that…
  • Genesis Framework Plugin Tutorials - BobWP

    Bob Dunn
    23 Apr 2015 | 5:00 am
    On my blog you will find a few tutorials on some specific Genesis framework plugins and widgets. But to make it even easier for you to find and access what is available, I have once again used List.ly to create a handy resource for you. As I do more tutorials and/or reviews, I will update this list. Free Genesis Plugin Tutorials ︾ 0 views 12 items Free Genesis Plugin Tutorials Listly by Bob Dunn I have a few tutorials on my blog that will help you choose and set up some of the Genesis plugins and widgets that are out there. Each tutorial has: A video that will walk you though the settings…
  • Help Me Give the Gift of WordPress - BobWP

    Bob Dunn
    22 Apr 2015 | 7:29 am
    Anyone who has ever met me or visited BobWP.com knows that education is my passion. In the more than 150 workshops I have taught to more than 7,000 people, on my blog, on social media, learning is what it’s all about. WordPress education has taken over my life. It’s what I want to do all the time, why I’m here. I want to share what I know.  Over the years, I have discovered two important things when it comes to WordPress. Beginners and casual users are empowered in amazing ways when they figure out how do things themselves. Startup budgets, whether large or small, often…
  • Using Creative Commons Images on Your Site with Confidence - BobWP

    Richard Best
    21 Apr 2015 | 5:00 am
    Hi everyone. This is a guest post by me, Richard Best, author of WP and Legal Stuff. Thanks very much, Bob, for the opportunity to have a chat here about Creative Commons licensed images. Introduction As many readers know, when sourcing images for your blog or website, you can’t just do a Google images search, find an image you like, copy it and insert it in your post editor. Well, you can, physically, but legally this is a recipe for copyright infringement. If you don’t have your own images, two common alternatives are to: purchase a licence to images from the likes of iStock,…
  • Yes! I Was On WPWeekly. - BobWP

    Bob Dunn
    20 Apr 2015 | 5:00 am
    Awhile ago I was invited to be on WP Weekly,  and of course, could not turn down the invite for a couple of reasons. First, it’s on WPTavern.com, one of my top favorite WordPress news sites. And secondly, because I would be able to chat with two good friends, Jeff and Marcus. Of course we talked about WordPress training, WordPress pain points, and various other stuff around WordPress. But I have to admit that we carried on for about another hour after the episode ended. It made me realize how many people I know out there in the WordPress community that I just don’t get the chance…
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  • Google’s Mobile-Friendly Update: How Safe Is Your WordPress Site?

    wordpressintegration
    21 Apr 2015 | 6:52 am
    Google recently announced a “major” update to its search algorithm, called mobile-friendly, to help users easily discover high quality, device-optimized and most relevant search results possible. The search engine giant confirmed that the “mobile-friendliness” of a website would be considered as a crucial ranking factor after April 21st. Just like Panda and Penguin, this interesting algorithm update would have a significant impact on mobile search results worldwide. Needless to say, if your WordPress site doesn’t have a mobile-friendly design, it’ll likely either to appear lower…
  • 10 Reasons to Get Your PSD Converted to WordPress 4.1 “Dinah”

    wordpressintegration
    12 Feb 2015 | 3:12 am
    4.1, the most up-to-date version of WordPress, is now available to either update or download. Named “Dinah” in honor of Dinah Washington, an American jazz singer and pianist, version 4.1 brings a lot of new features and improvements to help users concentrate on what matters most - content creation. Getting your PSD converted into WordPress 4.1 “Dinah” will let you make the most of what this new version has brought. Version 4.1 would not only help you expand your customer reach significantly but also deliver users an incomparable distraction-free experience. Below are some solid…
  • 5 Best WordPress Plug-ins to Dress Up Your Site For Halloween

    wordpressintegration
    29 Oct 2014 | 5:38 am
    Halloween or Hallowe'en, also known as Allhalloween and All Hallows' Eve, is an annual holiday celebrated on the night of 31st October. The word Halloween is a contraction of All Hallows' Evening, which means the evening before All Hallows' Day. On this day, children dress up as ghosts and go door-to-door, demanding gifts or a treat of sweets or snacks in exchange for praying for the souls of relatives and friends of givers. If someone refuses to fulfill their demand, they threaten him to play a trick on his family members. In a nutshell, Halloween is another big festive event like Christmas,…
  • How to Optimize Images for Your WordPress Website

    wordpressintegration
    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

    wordpressintegration
    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…
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  • Monetize Your Website With eZanga Intext

    Karan Chopra
    23 Apr 2015 | 6:31 pm
    Are you a WordPress blogger looking for a good way to make money? Are you looking for an Ad Unit for your blog that is not an eye sore? Are you bored of the standard banner ads that everybody has on their blog? Well, for an enthusiast like you, eZanga Intext is the right advertising platform that will not only satisfy your worries but also make some money for you as you blog. Here is how you can get eZanga for your WordPress blog or website. eZanga Intext is a smart plugin available exclusively to WordPress users so that they can monetize their blog or website in a more effective way. Gone…
  • Amazing Logo Design Examples

    Karan Chopra
    21 Apr 2015 | 6:32 pm
    Logos, Logos and logos – the one such thing which result and let in identify a brand to huge great height. Considerably thanks to the best designer brain minds behind it. Well here in this article, we have collected amazing logo design examples. Nudge Responders [Explore] Vijana Wa Neema [Explore] Hope International Church [Explore] Avra [Explore] Spiritual Revival of Russia [Explore] Dove [Explore] Coffee Club [Explore] Dovedo [Explore] The post Amazing Logo Design Examples appeared first on JustWP - Best WordPress Website Themes, Plugins, Tutorials, Tips For Beginners.
  • Reviewed: WP Contest Creator, A Viral Contest Software

    Karan Chopra
    20 Apr 2015 | 6:32 pm
    If you are running an online business selling products or services, regardless of your current marketing efforts, an online contest can add an immense value to your business. Have you thought about running a contest yourself but just don’t know how to go about the whole deal? Online contests are a great way to spread the word about your products and services, but the process of creating one by hand can get a little overwhelming. Recently with the growing number of sites that use contests to promote their products or services, there is also a growing number of contest service providers out…
  • Best Of WordPress Database Plugins

    Karan Chopra
    19 Apr 2015 | 6:31 pm
    Database always works as a backbone of any website but it is important that how it is maintained well over with time. Here you will find the best of WordPress database plugins which will help you take better care of your website. Optimize Database after Deleting Revisions The plugin is a ‘One Click’ WordPress Database Cleaner / Optimizer. More Info | Download WordPress Database Reset The plugin allows for a secure and easy way to reinitialize the database back to its default settings without having to reinstall WordPress yourself. More Info | Download WP Database Optimizer The…
  • Best Of WordPress Snippets Collection – 6

    Karan Chopra
    16 Apr 2015 | 6:32 pm
    How To Display Results In WordPress Search Using the following snippet you will be able to display the number of results in WordPress Search.<h2 class="pagetitle">Search Results</h2>Now, simply replace it with to:<h2 class="pagetitle">Search Results for <?php /* Search Count */ $allsearch = &new WP_Query("s=$s&showposts=-1"); $key = wp_specialchars($s, 1); $count = $allsearch->post_count; _e(''); _e('<span class="search-terms">'); echo $key; _e('</span>'); _e(' — '); echo $count . ' '; _e('articles'); wp_reset_query(); ?></h2>Snippet…
 
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  • WordPress 4.2 New Features

    Bart Dabek
    19 Apr 2015 | 7:00 pm
    Plugin Updates The plugin update and installation process has been greatly improved in WordPress 4.2. You are no longer redirected to another page during the update, it’s now done via Ajax inline making the process much more enjoyable. Hopefully this leads to more people running updates on plugins. New Emoji Support WordPress will now have built in support for emoji icons. This may not seem like a big feature however it allows for support of Han characters (Chinese, Japanese, Koren) out of the box. This opens up additional markets that WordPress can expand to much easier with…
  • Ask WPUniversity: How do I alphabetically sort posts in a category?

    Ben Fox
    18 Feb 2014 | 7:50 am
    Mabel asked: Can you suggest a plugin that will sort posts under a specific category in alphabetical order? For this post, we’re assuming that Mabel wants to display posts from a category in alphabetical order. If you’re comfortable working with WordPress theme templates, this can be done using the standard get_posts() function. If you’re not keen on diving into theme code, you can achieve something similar with the Mini Loops plugin. Using the Mini Loops Plugin The Mini Loops plugin is essentially a shortcode for creating WordPress queries. Add some options (arguments) to…
  • Everything’s coming up Clippy!

    Ben Fox
    14 Feb 2014 | 2:56 pm
    Here’s what we’ve been writing, reading, and sharing this past week: On WPUniversity.com WordCamp Organizing 101: Registration – Another entry in our series on organizing WordCamps. This week we’re diving into handling online registration and the in-person lineups during the event. Codename Clippy – We held our first-ever team hackathon last weekend, and this is how it all went down. (We’re keeping the product under wraps until the relaunch of WPUniversity.) How do I move my site to the first page of Google? People have been chasing search engine rankings…
  • WordCamp Organizing 101: Registration

    Ben Fox
    12 Feb 2014 | 1:50 pm
    This is part of our series on organizing WordCamps. If you’re an organizer with advice to share, or a potential organizer with questions to ask, please get in touch with us! The official WordCamp Planning Guide outlines ticket sales and pricing in detail. So, in this post, we’re going to talk about other things related to selling tickets and handling registration during the event. Let’s go! Asking Questions During Registration All WordCamp sites use the CampTix plugin to handle online registration. One of my favourite features in CampTix is the ability to add custom…
  • WPUniversity Hackathon: “Codename Clippy”

    Ben Fox
    10 Feb 2014 | 2:29 pm
    The WPUniversity/SIDEKICK team held its first hackathon this weekend. We were joined by Orbital, who we’re working with on the upcoming WPUniversity redesign. The team split into two groups: Code and Content (the latter including design). We kept ourselves fueled with fruits, veggies, and fresh bread from a local bakery. The Play-by-Play Friday afternoon: Our WPUniversity philosophy is to help new users succeed with WordPress. We wanted Codename Clippy to embrace that philosophy as well. The Hackathon kicked off with a discussion about the user problem that we wanted to solve, and the…
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  • How to Automatically Update Copyright Years in WordPress

    Editor
    21 Apr 2015 | 5:00 pm
    If you’ve seen many corporate websites before, you may notice the copyright icon along with the copyright year being displayed on the footer of the website. Although you can manually add this to your footer, post or page, you might forget to update the year, year after year. Will it be nice if the year can be updated automatically every year? Luckily, there are quick solutions for this problem. For Genesis Framework Users For Genesis Framework users, luckily you can use [footer_copyright] shortcode anywhere on your site. Moreover, there’s few additional parameters to customize it…
  • How to Limit Number of Posts Per User

    Editor
    24 Feb 2015 | 5:30 am
    Recently, one of our readers asked whether it’s possible to limit number of posts per user. The reason behind it is because he only wanted some user roles to be able to publish number of posts on his site. Luckily, it’s possible and easier than you might think. Introducing WPSite Limit Posts plugin. This plugin is available for free from WordPress plugin repository and once you’ve activated it, you’ll see a new settings to limit number of posts per user. Furthermore, you can limit the number of posts based on role or on per used. This type of plugin/feature could be…
  • How to Add Loading Screen in WordPress Site

    Editor
    18 Feb 2015 | 6:00 am
    Ever wondered how to add a gorgeous loading screen to your WordPress site? You probably had visited a site where there’s a nice loading screen being shown while the site is loading. With WordPress, luckily it is not hard to add one to your site. Enter Loading Page with Loading Screen plugin. The plugin comes with some nifty features. For example, you may choose where to display the loading page – either on homepage only or on all pages. Furthermore, you could also choose the color of the loading screen or upload a custom image as background. There’s also an option to enable…
  • How to Auto Retweet Old Posts in WordPress

    Editor
    16 Feb 2015 | 10:33 pm
    Sometimes, old is gold. Unless your site is a news site, you might want to consider auto retweeting your older posts as it helps to drive more traffic to your site. Some sites like a tutorial site have tons of articles that are still relevant even after few years. Furthermore, retweeting those old articles is good for SEO and might help to boost their ranking in search engine a little bit. While you can still do it manually, it’s very tiresome and time consuming. Luckily, there’s a plugin specifically built to help you auto retweet those old articles. Introducing Revive Old Post…
  • Tidio Live Chat – Best Live Chat Plugin for WordPress

    Editor
    13 Feb 2015 | 5:29 pm
    If you’re using WordPress as a platform for your business site, it’s good to have a medium for your potential client to get in touch with you and get feedback as soon as possible. While contact form has been a standard for a medium of communication between you and your clients, it usually takes so much time to respond and get feedback from each other. This long waiting time isn’t good for your business. Is there any better way to contact you than a contact form? Yes, there is – a live chat. If you’ve seen big site such as Hostgator or other big companies in…
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  • Unik released + 2 new WordPress themes on the way

    tesla
    6 Apr 2015 | 1:23 am
    Unik is finally here. Have a look at our latest creative WordPress theme with a wide range of advanced features and plenty of stylish effects. We’ve packet it with lots of awesome plugins and features like: Revolution slider, Visual composer, sticky navigation, Parallax effect, neat CSS3 animations, smooth transitions, image lazy loading and much more. Unik is fast, light and smooth (it’s optimized to target 60 frames per second) and provides a unique user experience. It has a modern look and feel and is suited for personal or business use. Unik is the ideal choice for a portfolio…
  • Today everyone jokes except us: Get 50% discount

    tesla
    31 Mar 2015 | 7:06 am
    Happy April Fools’ Day everyone! Just like the title states, everyone is joking on this day except us We are launching a special campaign to give 50% on all our themes. So stop making weird and unwanted jokes to your friends and get our best themes or subscriptions with a 50% discount.  Use coupon code APRIL1ST to get 50% OFF on all our WordPress Themes and subscription plans. The offer expires on 2nd of April, 2015. PROMOTION DETAILS: When? From 1st April, 2015 to 2nd April, 2015 What do I get? 50% discount on all WordPress Themes and subscription plans How to…
  • WordPress security: what community thinks

    tesla
    23 Mar 2015 | 6:23 am
    WordPress releases a new version with the upgrades every 3-4 months. No other content management system can catch up with this speed. It means that there is a big team behind the game. Every release has a lead who is a top notch developer and he has a team of more than 200 devs working on the upgrades. With these updates, the core team tackles the issues and some new features are also added every time. The core team remains connected with the community through the beta releases. Therefore, a release does not just depends on the core team, but  on the whole WordPress community. Questions on…
  • WordPress news roundup: March 2015

    tesla
    17 Mar 2015 | 5:07 am
    A lot of things happened lately. WordPress and its community are moving forward and generates a lot of interesting stuff and events. We comprised a list of the most important news, updates, tutorials, resources, tools, etc. of March 2015. Have a look: WordPress Yoast SEO plugin vulnerability: a blind SQL injection vulnerability was discovered in SEO plugin by Yoast. Users are advised to update the plugin ASAP. WordCamp Europe 2015: This year the WordCamp Europe event will take place on 26 – 28 June in Seville, Spain. We will be happy to attend this great event and meet our friends and…
  • Freebie: Flat design UI kit by TeslaThemes

    tesla
    24 Feb 2015 | 1:47 am
    We’re happy to reveal a great resource to all our users. Here is the ultimate flat design UI kit with lots of stylish elements, clean/modern design and lovely colors. Download this beautiful UI kit for free and use it for your own projects. Layered, well organized PSD file included, so you can customize the design as you wish. Flat design UI kit info: File type: layered .PSD File size: 28.5 MB Dimensions: 2013 x 6787 px 100+ vector elements included How to download: Simply share this post on Facebook or Twitter and unlock the download button. Show us your love by spreading the word!
 
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  • Make Your Website UX Ready Using Markup Conversion Services

    admin
    23 Apr 2015 | 12:39 am
    Google mobile-friendly update has been released, which will reward mobile optimized websites, by making them appear at the top of the SERPs (search engine pages). On the other hand, sites that won’t meet the latest update (rolled out by Google) will be moved down in search engine rankings. The reason behind such update is to improve user experience (UX) on mobile devices. However, merely making your site mobile-friendly won’t be enough to rank higher in Google’s search engine. However, you can achieve such an objective, by creating a well-designed architecture for your…
  • Getting to Know About WordPress 4.2 Beta 2 – Things You Can Test

    admin
    27 Mar 2015 | 6:31 am
    It’s been only a week since the beta 1 was released, and the second beta version of WordPress version 4.2 has been now made available for testing. Since WordPress 4.2 doesn’t seem to release before mid April, it would be better for users to test their code against new beta releases. This will help them get an idea of how the new version will work once it’s released. Note: Remember that Beta 2 is still not ready for production, and so make sure to avoid upgrading your existing site to the new beta release. Rather, you can create a test site for testing your code. If…
  • PSD To WordPress Conversion- Are you ready for it?

    admin
    18 Mar 2015 | 11:16 pm
    After having bid adieu to the age old PSD templates, today’s web designers are thoroughly familiar with the multiple benefits of equipping a website with WordPress theme. Thanks to the easy existence of numerous WordPress themes, it has become feasible for the website owners to alter the visual asset of their site in their own unique way. This is a post which walks you through the steps involved with converting the photoshop designs of your site into an impressive WordPress theme. Using Photoshop for designing the website Serving as an excellent web design tool, Adobe Photoshop allows…
  • Exploring The Virtues of Converting an Existing HTML Site to WordPress

    admin
    2 Mar 2015 | 2:33 am
    The most important consideration of every online business is to have a website that boasts a sustainable design as well as functionality. Having a site that is behind the times will not fetch you the expected results. The way a website behaves and interacts with its audience has a massive bearing on how people perceive of it. And, being a part of an online business, you have to make sure that your website content is presented in the most dynamic form, which is not possible with a static HTML site. Of course, this is well known fact that it’s the WordPress that has been helping online…
  • A stepwise approach to convert PSD into WordPress theme

    admin
    13 Feb 2015 | 2:02 am
    With WordPress having taken the big leap in the realm of web development, it won’t come as a surprise that millions and millions of websites are running on it. Gone are the days of building websites using the designs built with Adobe Photoshop. Now, you can choose to convert PSD to WordPress for making your site more versatile, seo-friendly, dynamic and thoroughly protected against a wide range of online security threats. This blog will make you familiar with the steps associated with PSD to WordPress theme conversion process. Step 1- Analyze the available PSD files Since your web pages…
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  • Using Blogging To Help Yourself and Others

    Sreejesh
    22 Apr 2015 | 10:06 am
    Many times, bloggers use their virtual writing space in order to spread information about external events. This could be anything from news, to product reviews, to event reviews, to simple observations. However, another possible avenue to go through would be as a kind of self-help or therapeutic voyage. People have always been able to write in private journals to sort their minds out, but being able to blog publically now allows individuals to release their thoughts and ideas out into the open. This openness can potentially help their own sense of self, and if anyone reading is going through…
  • Three Tips for Efficient Blogging Trips

    Guest
    20 Apr 2015 | 12:03 pm
    Blogging from your home station is one thing, but blogging on the go is an entirely different animal. However, just because it’s different doesn’t mean it has to be stressful or more difficult. In fact, it can be just the opposite. And a blogging ‘trip’ doesn’t necessarily mean it has to be a huge weeklong adventure. It can even be a few-hour journey to an event of some sort. The point is that you’re taking your blogging skills mobile, and in order to make that be effective, consider three tips about business, preparation, and expectation. Blogging Alongside Your Business Do you…
  • Best Medical Blogs Run by Medical Professionals

    Guest
    2 Apr 2015 | 1:22 am
    There’s almost no answer that can’t be found by a simple Internet search these days so it’s no wonder that people now also turn here for medical advice. The pitfall is, of course, that it’s not necessarily guaranteed that information is coming from a credible source, but that can be avoided by hitting up sites and according to Matthew Herper of Forbes, blogs run by medical professionals. As busy as they are there are still plenty of doctors and medical professionals who have found the time to share their knowledge, give advice on staying healthy, and more. Medical…
  • 5 Tips to Launch a Fab Fashion Blog

    Guest
    31 Mar 2015 | 5:40 am
    Do you have a passion for fashion? Are you always on top of the latest celebrity fashion news, this season’s trends and the hottest accessories on the market? Do you love sharing styling tips with friends? If you answered “yes,” then creating a fashion blog could be right up your alley. Here are five tips to launching your own fabulous fashion blog. Find a Blog Hosting Platform The first thing you need to do in order to start a fashion blog is to find the ideal blogging platform. With so many blog hosting sites out there, which one is perfect for you? It depends on how intricate you…
  • 5 Tips for Travel Blogging

    Sreejesh
    31 Mar 2015 | 5:32 am
    Whether you’re taking a road trip across the country or studying abroad across the world, writing a travel blog is a great way for friends and family to keep up with your adventures and enables you to relive your memorable journeys. Whether you’re taking a bus trip to California or a plane to Cambodia, here are five tips for creating the ultimate travel blog. Post Regularly If you don’t write often, your audience is bound to lose interest fairy quickly. The key to keeping readers interested in your blog is to keep supplying them with fresh, high quality content. Although you’re…
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  • 15+ Best Photography WordPress Themes 2015

    Kevin Muldoon
    15 Apr 2015 | 5:00 am
    Photographers are by their very nature, visually aware and artistic people. The website where they display their photographs should therefore be an extension of their work, and enhance their portfolio, like an art gallery. In this post we will look at the very best Photography WordPress themes as curated by our editor, and discuss a few of the reasons why WordPress is the ideal content management system to help gain clients, sell photographs, and build your reputation. All the premium WordPress themes listed are 100% responsive, and designed to showcase your work to the very highest…
  • 17+ Free Photography WordPress Themes 2015

    Sam Sinton
    23 Mar 2015 | 4:54 am
    Today I will be looking at some free WordPress themes for photographers, and photography websites. If you are looking for premium photography themes please check this list. While premium WordPress theme are often considered to be of higher quality than those offered for free, I believe the themes below show that there are still some pretty good free themes available. There are many hobbyist photographers that do not want to spend an arm and a leg getting there website live, and these themes should really help you to show of your photographers and pictures to the world without needing to fork…
  • Top 10 WordPress Themes for Google AdSense

    Joe Fylan
    17 Mar 2015 | 10:00 pm
    Choosing the right WordPress theme for a website that is to monetized with Google AdSense can be a minefield. It is with this statement in mind that I am once again rewriting this popular post, and also revising my theme selection of what I consider to be the best themes for AdSense. In the past, many webmasters concentrated only on the click through rate (CTR), and the amount of money earned. However as Google’s program policies have developed I no longer believe that these should be the only considerations when choosing an appropriate template, and business model. Any WordPress…
  • WordPress Plugins To Increase Your Email Subsciber List

    Sam Sinton
    17 Mar 2015 | 7:24 am
    How many times have you heard the saying that “the money is in the list”? Today I will be looking at plugins that can significantly boost your opt-in rate, and help you achieve a higher number of email subscribers to your marketing list. If your looking for popup plugins only please check this post! It is said that over 70% of your visitors who abandon your website will never return, and for that reason alone it is often advised that you at least attempt to maintain a relationship with those that do visit. This growing list will help you with further marketing opportunities in the…
  • Best Popup Plugins for WordPress 2015

    Joe Fylan
    10 Mar 2015 | 3:25 am
    It has been said that anyone looking to build a website that is considered an authority should concentrate on building an email subscriber list. The primary reason for this is that the internet is full of competitors all looking to grab your audiences attention, and once that attention has been placed elsewhere it can be difficult to win that audience back again. The truth is that the majority of people may only visit your website once, and it is therefore important to attempt to ‘carry on’ the conversation and turn them into loyal fans. This is why email marketing is so powerful.
 
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  • HostGator Web Hosting Review

    Imbesat Fatema
    22 Apr 2015 | 5:33 am
    Today every firm needs to have online presence to be successful and to put up your website on the web, you need a hosting service. HostGator is one of the most popular web hosts and hosts more than 8 million domains. HostGator was founded by Brent Oxley and came into existence back in 2002 and […] The post HostGator Web Hosting Review appeared first on Indexwp. #wordpress #seo #ppc #plugins
  • Top 50 Best Free WordPress Themes for 2015

    Imbesat Fatema
    19 Apr 2015 | 6:18 am
    WordPress is the most popular content management system for personal blogs and business websites as well. There are abundant free themes available to choose from, some of these themes stand out from the crowd due to their design and features. We bring to you Top 50 best free WordPress themes for 2015. Asteria Lite Asteria […] The post Top 50 Best Free WordPress Themes for 2015 appeared first on Indexwp. #wordpress #seo #ppc #plugins
  • eZanga Intext plugin: An awesome advertising plugin for WordPress

    Imbesat Fatema
    17 Apr 2015 | 11:55 am
    If you have a website and you’re not generating revenue through your text links, we have the perfect plugin. In addendum, if you are generating money through text links but you’re manually adding the links in – we still have the perfect plugin for you. eZanga Intext is an advertising plugin released by eZanga, a […] The post eZanga Intext plugin: An awesome advertising plugin for WordPress appeared first on Indexwp. #wordpress #seo #ppc #plugins
  • 20 Free WordPress Themes You Should Check Out

    Matthew Cain
    16 Apr 2015 | 7:36 pm
    Every designer uses freebies from time to time, but for varied reasons. Experienced professionals have many orders in hand as a rule, so they should manage their time as efficiently as possible. Free themes (by that we mean only quality ones), images, illustrations, UI elements and other goodies help to save time and make the […] The post 20 Free WordPress Themes You Should Check Out appeared first on Indexwp. #wordpress #seo #ppc #plugins
  • SiteGround WordPress Hosting Review

    Imbesat Fatema
    16 Apr 2015 | 4:16 am
    Site Ground is one of the popular WordPress hosts and is used to host a large number of WordPress powered websites. Site Ground is popular and reliable option for web hosting that takes care of the speed and safety of your website. We look at some of the important factors of Siteground WordPress Hosting that […] The post SiteGround WordPress Hosting Review appeared first on Indexwp. #wordpress #seo #ppc #plugins
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    WPEka

  • How to use WPRealtor theme

    Prachi
    24 Apr 2015 | 12:16 am
    The post How to use WPRealtor theme appeared first on WPEka. WPRealtor is a premium WordPress Theme that lets you create a complete real estate listings website. You can let agents create unlimited property listings for selling, buying or renting out. Here is step-by-step guide for configuring WP-Realtor. Installing WPRealtor 1. Download the wprealtor.zip file & unzip to themes folder located at /wordpress/wp-content/themes 2. Go to ... The post How to use WPRealtor theme appeared first on WPEka.
  • How to Add Trust and Credibility to a WordPress Website

    Shaun Quarton
    22 Apr 2015 | 9:32 pm
    The post How to Add Trust and Credibility to a WordPress Website appeared first on WPEka. Probably the most often asked question in business: ‘how do I get more clients?’ You can have the best looking website in the world, but that’s all for nothing if your website doesn’t convey the right message. Prospective clients need to be able to trust you — without trust, they’ll take their business elsewhere. Today ... The post How to Add Trust and Credibility to a WordPress Website appeared first on WPEka.
  • Tools for Testing the Mobile Responsiveness of Your Site

    Joe Fylan
    19 Apr 2015 | 9:09 pm
    The post Tools for Testing the Mobile Responsiveness of Your Site appeared first on WPEka. With more and more internet users accessing websites on their mobile devices, it’s never been as important to ensure your website is usable by this growing segment of the global population. However, the benefits of making your website mobile-friendly aren’t just related to improving the user experience. If you fail to make your website responsive, then ... The post Tools for Testing the Mobile Responsiveness of Your Site appeared first on WPEka.
  • How to use WC 2Checkout Inline Payment plugin

    Prachi
    17 Apr 2015 | 2:17 am
    The post How to use WC 2Checkout Inline Payment plugin appeared first on WPEka. With WC 2Checkout Inline Payment WooCommerce addon, you can add the 2Checkout payment gateway to your WordPress site. You can setup both – one-time and recurring payment models. Installing WC 2Checkout Inline Payment plugin: It needs following four Plugins to be installed and activated . wc-gateway-2checkout-inline-checkout.zip , woocommerce.zip , woocommerce-subscriptions.zip 1. Download the wc-gateway-2checkout-inline-checkout.zip file ... The post How to use WC 2Checkout Inline Payment plugin appeared…
  • How To Find Blog Post Ideas When You’re Stuck

    Ariel Rule
    16 Apr 2015 | 11:06 pm
    The post How To Find Blog Post Ideas When You’re Stuck appeared first on WPEka. Has this ever happened to you? You sit down to brainstorm some ideas for the next few articles you want to write for your blog or some post topics that you want to pitch to your client and your mind totally blanks out. I mean, there is nothing there — totally blank. It’s happened to ... The post How To Find Blog Post Ideas When You’re Stuck appeared first on WPEka.
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    Tyler Longren

  • SSH Private Key Authentication Tip

    Tyler Longren
    23 Apr 2015 | 7:35 am
    So easy to miss, but so important for SSH Private Key Authentication I don’t allow password logins on any of my servers. Can only login via SSH key based authentication. No root login is allowed, and I specify every user that’s allowed to login via SSH, ie: me. If you’re a regular here, you know I love DigitalOcean. They have a very nice tutorial on setting up SSH private key login, even walking you through creating SSH keys if you don’t already have one, and even adding that key to your DigitalOcean account. None of that will be of interest to you if you already know…
  • Use Composer in Your WordPress Plugin or Theme

    Tyler Longren
    30 Mar 2015 | 5:00 am
    Simple Tutorial Showing How To Use Composer in Your WordPress Plugin or Theme I love Composer. It just makes including libraries or scripts in your app incredibly easy. So easy that it’s stupid not to use it (in many, if not most cases). The number of libraries/scripts available on Packagist is astounding, all of which can be included in your plugin with Composer. Packagist is the main Composer repository. It basically aggregates all types of PHP packages that can be installed via Composer. I’d never used Composer with a proprietary WordPress plugin before. The plugin is for a…
  • Fix StanleyWP WordPress Theme Portfolio Grid

    Tyler Longren
    23 Feb 2015 | 5:19 am
    Fix display of portfolio grid rows Back in September of 2014 I wrote about using the StanleyWP WordPress theme for a portfolio site. After I added some projects, I noticed the grid on the Portfolio page template wasn’t displaying rows correctly. I even noted it in my original post, towards the end. I’ve had a few people contact me about how to fix the StanleyWP portfolio grid issue, and earlier today Arun left a comment asking how to fix the grid issue. You need to be using a child theme for this, it’s just good practice. If you don’t know how to create a child theme,…
  • More Inbox by Gmail Invites

    Tyler Longren
    20 Feb 2015 | 5:46 am
    I have 10 more to give away Just like with the last Inbox by Gmail invites post, I’ve got 10 invites for Inbox by Gmail. If you want one, just leave a comment below. As usual, first come, first serve. March 5, 2015 Update I have 10 more to give away. Leave a comment (put your gmail address in the email field so only I can see it). Well, now what? Work with Me I'm available for hire and always taking new clients, big and small. Got a project or an idea you'd like to discuss? Startup plan but no developer to make it happen? Just get in touch, I'd love to see if I can help you out! Leave…
  • Using Gmail SMTP Servers to Send Email From WordPress on DigitalOcean

    Tyler Longren
    28 Jan 2015 | 5:24 am
    Use Gmail SMTP Servers for Sending Emails from WordPress After quite a bit of back and forth between sendmail, postfix, and exim, I’ve settled on using msmtp for sending emails from my servers/droplets at DigitalOcean (affiliate link). MSMTP is very lightweight and has the ability to send emails via an existing SMTP server, like Gmail’s or Yahoo’s. To get it working, there’s a few tricks. I’ve pieced this together from this post and this post. And when on DigitalOcean, there’s an IPv6 issue that causes major delays in sending the email, which there’s…
 
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    Genesis Club Pro Plugin

  • Genesis Club Social Sharing

    Russell Jamieson
    23 Apr 2015 | 5:03 pm
    With Genesis Club v4.19 we introduced a new social sharing module. This looks better, performs better, and can get more people to share your articles. Improved Looks Socicon Font The plugin uses the Socicon Font which has been explicitly designed for social media. The font is elegant and created by French designers with a sense […] The post Genesis Club Social Sharing appeared first on Genesis Club Pro Plugin.
  • Easy Google Fonts Installation

    Russell Jamieson
    9 Mar 2015 | 6:12 pm
    This feature makes it easy to add Google Fonts to your site without changing any code. All you need to know is the name of the fonts you want to use. You just put the font name into a search box, then select the variants you need (regular, bold, italic, extra bold, ultra bold, etc) […] The post Easy Google Fonts Installation appeared first on Genesis Club Pro Plugin.
  • How To Add Google Fonts

    Russell Jamieson
    9 Mar 2015 | 6:11 pm
    Adding a Google Font is very easy and just takes a few clicks. Add A Google Font First go to Google to find the fonts you like. This allows you to see the font in action, in headings and paragraphs, and at various sizes. Then back on your site go the Genesis Club Fonts page […] The post How To Add Google Fonts appeared first on Genesis Club Pro Plugin.
  • Genesis Club Signature Shortcode

    Russell Jamieson
    3 Mar 2015 | 10:50 am
    What Does It Look Like? Let’s look at the genesis_club_signature shortcode in action. Why Use It? Most of time you want to place the signature at the end of the post, but not always. For example, if you want to include a P.S or a P.P.S. then the signature needs to appear before the postscripts. […] The post Genesis Club Signature Shortcode appeared first on Genesis Club Pro Plugin.
  • How To Display More Than One Google Calendar

    Russell Jamieson
    8 Feb 2015 | 6:28 pm
    From Genesis Club Pro v4.17 the plugin allows you to use more than one Google calendar. You do this by specifying the src parameter on the genesis_club_calendar shortcode. For group calendars the src parameter uses the same format as an email address: some_long_calendar_id@something.calendar.google.com For personal calendars the src is just their email address: somebody@gmail.com or […] The post How To Display More Than One Google Calendar appeared first on Genesis Club Pro Plugin.
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    CMS2CMS

  • The CMS SEO Requirements Checklist

    Sasha Sokolova
    24 Apr 2015 | 7:18 am
    Search engines are currently becoming more and more sophisticated and complex, making SEO-optimization quite a tricky task. It goes without saying that for those willing to present a serious competition to their rivals on the web – search marketing is … Continue reading → The post The CMS SEO Requirements Checklist appeared first on CMS2CMS.
  • “Joomla! Is a Vibrant Community of Passionate People”, – Interview with Nicholas Dionysopoulos

    Sasha Sokolova
    22 Apr 2015 | 8:01 am
    This time our Interview Series features a well-known Joomla expert – Nicholas Dionysopoulos. His story is definitely worth a bit of your valuable time. Enjoy the interview and feel free to leave your name in the comments section. Welcome Nicholas. … Continue reading → The post “Joomla! Is a Vibrant Community of Passionate People”, – Interview with Nicholas Dionysopoulos appeared first on CMS2CMS.
  • The Ultimate Competition: WordPress vs. Joomla (Infographic)

    Sasha Sokolova
    21 Apr 2015 | 7:10 am
    Making choices is not always easy, especially if there are two great options in front of you. It does ring true when it comes to choosing between the leaders in the CMS industry – WordPress and Joomla. Both platforms have … Continue reading → The post The Ultimate Competition: WordPress vs. Joomla (Infographic) appeared first on CMS2CMS.
  • Why Move From Umbraco to WordPress? (Prezi)

    Sasha Sokolova
    16 Apr 2015 | 4:24 am
    One may wonder why some people decide to go for WordPress after having used Umbraco for a while. The thing is that there are some weaknesses of the latter one that might become the driving force of the change. Read … Continue reading → The post Why Move From Umbraco to WordPress? (Prezi) appeared first on CMS2CMS.
  • “I Can’t Imagine a Day Without WordPress”, – Interview with Ahsan Parwez

    Sasha Sokolova
    15 Apr 2015 | 5:55 am
    Today it’s our pleasure to introduce an interview with another eminent WordPress expert – Ahsan Parwez, WordPress Geek, Search Engine Optimizer and Marketer. Enjoy this inspirational interview and feel free to join the discussion by leaving your question in the … Continue reading → The post “I Can’t Imagine a Day Without WordPress”, – Interview with Ahsan Parwez appeared first on CMS2CMS.
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    Kasa Reviews

  • Swift Security vs Hide My WP – Which Is Better In Hiding WordPress?

    Kasa
    22 Apr 2015 | 11:48 am
    Swift Security vs Hide My WP – Which Is Better In Hiding WordPress? WordPress is well-known content management system (CMS). More than 23% of the top 10 million websites on the internet use it. Because of that popularity, WordPress has become a common The post Swift Security vs Hide My WP – Which Is Better In Hiding WordPress? appeared first on Kasa Reviews.
  • Top 11 WordPress Theme Frameworks Overview

    Kasa
    16 Apr 2015 | 4:17 am
    Top 11 WordPress Theme Frameworks Overview According to the WordPress Codex, a WordPress theme framework is “a drop-in code library that is used to facilitate the development of a theme.” The codex adds that frameworks are The post Top 11 WordPress Theme Frameworks Overview appeared first on Kasa Reviews.
  • WooCommerce Shipping Plugin Comparison

    Kasa
    14 Apr 2015 | 2:23 pm
    WooCommerce Shipping Plugin Comparison WooCommerce is a free WordPress plugin, which means there are absolutely no barriers for downloading it and playing around to see if it fits your eCommerce needs. If you are The post WooCommerce Shipping Plugin Comparison appeared first on Kasa Reviews.
  • WordPress Image Sliders Bad For Website?

    Kasa
    23 Mar 2015 | 3:39 pm
    WordPress Image Sliders Bad For Website? WordPress image sliders are great way to display videos, images and other graphic designs and make site more appealing. They have advanced so much that you can combine video and The post WordPress Image Sliders Bad For Website? appeared first on Kasa Reviews.
  • Best WordPress Fundraising Plugin To Start Crowdfunding

    Kasa
    19 Mar 2015 | 8:33 am
    Best WordPress Fundraising Plugin To Start Crowdfunding Is there a good WordPress fundraising plugin or crowdfunding theme? This is question I received in email few days ago from one of mine readers. It caught me of guard. The post Best WordPress Fundraising Plugin To Start Crowdfunding appeared first on Kasa Reviews.
 
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    wpContent

  • Read My Interview with Cloudways

    Sam Berson
    20 Apr 2015 | 1:30 pm
    I was recently interviewed by a good friend of mine, Waseem Abbas, about my thoughts on WordPress and about this site, wpContent. I had a really fun time being interviewed by him, and hopefully you’ll enjoy reading the post too! I was also asked for my opinions on topics such as whether or not I believed WordPress would become a big application framework in the future. As much as I’d love it to become the next cutting-edge application framework, I don’t really think that it will. I’m sure that some people will use it for this purpose, but ultimately, at its core, it’s a blogging…
  • How to Supersize Your Moodle LMS Using WordPress

    Namrata Godkar
    31 Mar 2015 | 12:00 am
    Steve owns an e-learning website on Moodle. He’s been using Moodle for quite some time now and has been happy with it. He can set up course content, manage student registrations, generate reports, track progress – basically anything related to a learning management system. But to sell his courses, Steve chooses to use a different e-commerce solution, which provides his students several payment options and the possibility to add coupons. Any guesses on the e-commerce solution he chooses to use? (You know it…) WordPress! Although WordPress and Moodle are different platforms,…
  • Should WordPress Ship ‘Hello Dolly’ and ‘Akismet’ With Every Installation?

    Syed Waseem Abbas
    3 Mar 2015 | 12:00 am
    WordPress was initially used for blogs, but now 23% of active websites are being powered by WordPress. In the past few years, WordPress has grown exponentially. With every installation, we get the swag from WordPress in the form of two plugins and a few latest themes. Most of us delete these commodities right away. In a recent research on active Facebook groups for WordPress, we have seen that 90% of users delete Hello Dolly, while 65% WordPress users delete both Akismet and Hello Dolly right after installing WordPress (stats updated after the discussions in both the groups). These stats made…
  • An Interview with: Nikolay Dyankov (Envato Community)

    Sam Berson
    26 Jan 2015 | 12:00 am
    This is post #14 of 14 in the series “Envato Staff & Community Interviews” It’s time for another Envato Community interview – today, I’m speaking with Nikolay Dyankov (nickys), a CodeCanyon author from Varna, Bulgaria. Nikolay recently announced his latest invention, SalesRobot, a sales monitor for Envato authors. Without further ado, let’s get started! - Hey Nikolay! Who are you and what do you do? Hello, name is Nikolay and I’m a 24 year old web designer/developer from Varna, Bulgaria. I specialise in front-end development and I enjoy making…
  • Creating a Reddit Login Button for WordPress

    Narayan Prusty
    16 Dec 2014 | 12:00 am
    This tutorial is aimed at WordPress developers who want to add a Reddit login to their WordPress theme. For themes built for ecommerce, forums and other sites that require users to login, providing the option for a Reddit login button makes the registration and login process both faster and easier for users as they don’t have to complete a form. The Reddit OAuth WordPress Library I have created a Reddit OAuth library for WordPress which handles all of the tough tasks of the Reddit OAuth login. This library also creates the necessary WordPress REST API URLs required for Reddit login. Once…
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    Nimbus Themes

  • How to Start a Fashion Blog

    Kendall Scoboria
    24 Apr 2015 | 9:44 am
    Way back in 2005, Scott Schuman’s street style blog, The Sartorialist, rocked the blogosphere and launched a slew of location-specific fashion blogs. Everyone wanted to start one, including us... Read the full post at Nimbus Themes
  • 20+ Best WordPress Coupon Themes for Income Generation 2015

    Ashley McCaskill
    22 Apr 2015 | 12:21 am
    Coupon sites are really becoming a fast way to make money online. With some of the new and amazing premium coupon themes for WordPress out there, your coupon site can almost run itself. A complicated... Read the full post at Nimbus Themes
  • 20+ Best Yoga WordPress Themes for Studios and Yoga Groups

    Kendall Scoboria
    22 Apr 2015 | 12:02 am
    Yoga has exploded in popularity across the western world, with some online statistics indicating that there are 15 million Americans alone who practice this traditionally Eastern form of meditation.... Read the full post at Nimbus Themes
  • The Best Email Service For Business

    Evan Scoboria
    21 Apr 2015 | 3:15 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
  • Google Apps Free – Get the Coupon

    Evan Scoboria
    21 Apr 2015 | 12:42 am
    Here at Nimbus Themes we use Google Apps for Work tools to drive just about all of our business administration processes. When we generate a quote for new client work it happens in a Google... Read the full post at Nimbus Themes
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    Mualif Fahrizi | Share Your Knowledge

  • Mp3 Lagu India, Hindi, Bollywood Best Of The Best Part II

    Mualif Fahrizi
    31 Mar 2015 | 4:02 am
    Agar lebuh mudah dan lebih cepat dalam mendownload, kalian bisa menggunakan IDM [Internet Download Manager] [Download Here] [DOWNLOAD] Jimmy Jimmy Jimmy Aaja  [OST. Disco Dancer] [DOWNLOAD] I Am A Disco Dancer  [OST. Disco Dancer] [DOWNLOAD] Goron Ki Na Kalon Ki  [OST. Disco Dancer] [DOWNLOAD] Koi Yahan Nache  [OST. Disco Dancer]  [DOWNLOAD] Krishna Dharti Pe Aaja […]
  • Kumpulan Mp3 Lagu-lagu Gambus Marawis Zapin Best Of The Best

    Mualif Fahrizi
    17 Mar 2015 | 8:58 pm
    Pada kesempatan kali ini saya ingin share kepada kawan-kawan adalah kumpulan lagu-lagu beirama padang pasir atau yang sering kita sebut gambus marawis. Seperti biasa, jangan lupa siapin IDM [Internet Download Mananer] [DOWNLOAD HERE] [DOWNLOAD] Ami Seggaf – Ya Badil Jamal [DOWNLOAD] Ariep Cuit – Mafit Wujudi [DOWNLOAD] Ariep Cuit – Sabani [DOWNLOAD] Ariep Cuit – Yaa […]
  • Kumpulan Mp3 Lagu Rock Guitar Hero II Best Of The Best

    Mualif Fahrizi
    15 Mar 2015 | 10:48 am
    1. OPENING LICK [DOWNLOAD] Motley Crue – Shout at the Devil [DOWNLOAD] Danzig – Mother [DOWNLOAD] Cheap Trick – Surrender [DOWNLOAD] Wolfmother – Woman [DOWNLOAD] Spinal Tap – Tonight I’m Gonna Rock You Tonight 2. AMP – WARMERS [DOWNLOAD] Kiss – Strutter [DOWNLOAD] Nirvana – Heart Shaped Box [DOWNLOAD] The Police – Message in a […]
  • Kumpulan Mp3 Lagu-lagu RnB, HipHop, Rap, Twerk Terbaik, Best Of The Best

    Mualif Fahrizi
    12 Feb 2015 | 8:21 am
    SHARE YOUR KNOWLEDGE Pada artikel sebelumnya saya sudah share bebera lagu mp3 dugem part 1-3 dan music trance. Nah… Pada kesempatan kali ini saya ingin share kumpulan lagu-lagu yang bisa dibilang lagu RnB, Hip-Hop, Rap, atau Twerk… Jangan lupa, agar lebih mudah dan cepat, downloadnya pakai IDM [Internet Download Manager] yaa Bro… [MOBILE] Jeremih featuring YG […]
  • Biodata/ Identitas Lengkap Iblis Laknatullah

    Mualif Fahrizi
    28 Jan 2015 | 12:00 am
    SHARE YOUR KNOWLEDGE Nama : Iblis. Gelar : Laknatullah ‘Alaihi (semoga Allah melaknatnya). Lahir : Sebelum diciptakan manusia. Tempat tinggal : Toilet dan rumah yang tidak disebut nama Allah ketika memasukinya. Singgasana : Di atas air. Rumah masa depan : Neraka Jahanam, seburuk-buruk tempat tinggalAgama : Kafir. Jabatan : Pimpinan Umum orang-orang yang dimurkai Allah […]
 
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    The Official Cloudways Blog

  • WordPress 4.2 “Powell” has a set of new, exciting features

    Immad Uddin Khan
    24 Apr 2015 | 8:40 am
    Ever since WordPress 4.1 was released, the development team went full out for the next release. Released a few hours ago, WordPress 4.2 is the first major release of 2015 with subsequent releases expected in August and December. WordPress v4.2 is named after the American Jazz Pianist, Earl Rudolph “Bud” Powell. Like Powell’s expansive musical […]
  • How To Install Piwik Analytics & Make It Work With WordPress

    Ahsan Parwez
    22 Apr 2015 | 8:19 am
    If you are seeking an open source web analytics software, Piwik is the solution for you. Other popular web analytics software such as Google Analytics are hosted on servers beyond your control. Piwik, on the other hand, is hosted on your own server. Therefore, the data is tracked only internally within your database. You may even implement […]
  • WordPress Veteran, Connor Turner discusses WordPress Security, Future Trends, and Customer Satisfaction

    Waseem Abbas
    22 Apr 2015 | 4:22 am
    With more than 15 years of experience in web design and development under his belt, Connor Turner is one of the most renowned WordPress industry influencers of his age. He is currently the President of Armadillo Studios, the web design agency known for its cutting-edge solutions. It enjoys a large customer base in Canada. Under […]
  • WordPress Whiz-Kid Sam Berson shares his secrets of success

    Waseem Abbas
    20 Apr 2015 | 8:11 am
    In this era, the sky is the limit for everyone. Young entrepreneurs who are working hard and smart are getting their desired fame promptly. Making money is easy if you know what you are doing. Setting up and running a blog with WordPress only takes a few minutes. It’s almost child’s play. However, only a […]
  • Happy days are here! Get up to 50% Discount on DigitalOcean servers

    Immad Uddin Khan
    16 Apr 2015 | 10:16 am
    Happy days are here again. The clouds above are clear again. So let’s all sing a song of happy days again. Yes, that’s right. Happy days are back at Cloudways as we are celebrating our first anniversary of integration with Digital Ocean. And, we are in a hyper giving mode. After making DigitalOcean more affordable […]
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    WPAPPLIED

  • Build a learning management system (LMS) with WordPress

    Brian Duffy
    7 Apr 2015 | 7:58 am
    Are you interested in building a learning management system (LMS) that will allow you to sell training courses online? If the performance and appearance of your LMS is important to you – and you’d like it to integrate with popular third party marketing and payment systems, then WordPress has a number of key benefits over traditional learning management systems (like Moodle for example). This article will outline why I believe WordPress is the best option for any business planning on developing a learning management system to sell training online, and details how you…
  • Online Trading Vouchers: Everything You Need to Know

    Brian Duffy
    20 Mar 2015 | 4:05 am
    Online Trading Vouchers are grants of up to €2,500 designed to help Irish small businesses develop an e-commerce website and digital marketing strategy. If you’ve been in business for more than a year then they’re well worth checking out as you can recoup half the cost of designing your new website. In this article I will explain how to get your online trading voucher and put it to best use for growing your business online.     Online Trading Vouchers Explained The online trading vouchers are designed to encourage business owners to step beyond the idea of a basic…
  • The Best Small Business WordPress Theme …Ever!!

    Brian Duffy
    12 Mar 2015 | 4:54 am
    This post will introduce you to my new favourite small business WordPress theme – which was recently released by the guys over at Templatic. In this post, I’ll show you how the theme works, how to set it up and explain why it makes an such an excellent Small Business WordPress theme – especially for non-technical users planning to build their own website.   11SHARES   Introducing Smallbiz by Templatic A few years ago, Templatic brought out a theme called The Specialist – which I really loved because it had all the ingredients that I think are…
  • How to design and build a great WordPress website (audio)

    Brian Duffy
    28 Feb 2015 | 6:32 am
    What’s the best way to go about designing and building a great website for your business? How much should you expect to pay? How much can you save by doing the easy bits yourself? At what point to give up on the idea of getting a great website, and just settle for a regular one? Let me ask you something, did you ever come across a really nice website and think to yourself – damn, that’s a bloody nice website. Or better still, did you ever buy something online without giving it a seconds thought – and afterwards ask yourself – how the hell did that happen? Well…
  • WordPress training: A weak link in the WordPress ecosystem

    Brian Duffy
    9 Feb 2015 | 8:49 am
    Having taught WordPress to 1000+ people over the last 4 years, I can tell you that many end-users know very little about what WordPress offers in terms of growing their business online. I believe that WordPress needs stronger ties to the world of education and in this post I’m going to explain why this could become a serious problem and what I think the WordPress community needs to do about it.   24SHARES   Innovation or consolidation? At a recent WordPress event called PressNomics, Matt Mullenweg said that he is “worried we have become too much of an inward…
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    Market Blog

  • 10 Detailed Apple Watch Mockup Templates

    Sufyan bin Uzayr
    24 Apr 2015 | 4:50 am
    In this post, we aren’t going to offer you an Apple Watch, but we are going to provide you with the best Apple watch mockups templates that will allow you to showcase your app/site design in a beautiful way. The mockups vary from outright flamboyant to simple and minimal. Each template or mockup has a shade of creativity of its own, and unlike the Apple Watch, you wouldn’t need to rob a bank to purchase them, as most of them can be bought for under $10! So, let’s get started with the watch mockups without wasting anymore time. Watch Mockups by Arh (PSD) There are a total of…
  • Wallpaper Contest #2 – Winner Announced

    Sam Berson
    23 Apr 2015 | 8:49 am
    This month saw the second round of our new community contest! Community members submitted more wallpaper designs on this month’s chosen theme – light. Let’s find out who won and take a look at some of our other favorite entries! The Winner This month’s winner is… Vectorica! He entered with the most fantastic entry which was very in keeping with the theme, as it features neon lights. We’ll be in touch with information about your prize soon, well done! Download here: 2560×1440 | 1920×1440 | 1024×768 | 640×960 Other Notable Entries The…
  • Widespread WordPress Plugins and Themes Security Vulnerability

    Collis Ta'eed
    23 Apr 2015 | 2:38 am
    This is a general community announcement to bring your attention to an XSS vulnerability affecting multiple WordPress plugins and themes. The vulnerability is caused by a common code pattern used in WordPress plugins and themes available from ThemeForest and CodeCanyon, the wordpress.org website and other sources. This issue is not limited to themes and plugins purchased from ThemeForest or CodeCanyon. Anyone using a WordPress website, regardless of where the theme or plugin was sourced, needs to be aware of this and take immediate action to ensure it is secure. What should I do? As there is…
  • Envato’s 2015 Roadmap and Big Picture Vision

    Collis Ta'eed
    22 Apr 2015 | 12:54 am
    Here at Envato we measure our impact in community earnings. We started tracking this back in 2012 when our community clocked in at $50M. We set ourselves a goal – to help our authors, freelancers and instructors to make their way to a staggering $1B of combined earnings. We’re now more than a quarter of the way there, our community having recently passed the $250M mark. But there’s still a long way to go… The post Envato’s 2015 Roadmap and Big Picture Vision appeared first on Market Blog.
  • Create an Attractive Product Preview for Your GraphicRiver Items

    YuLia Sokolova
    21 Apr 2015 | 3:31 am
    You’ve designed a good product to sell on GraphicRiver, but it just isn’t selling. It’s like you’re swimming upstream. That’s because having a quality product for sale on GraphicRiver is only half the battle. How you display your product to potential customers is almost as important as the actual item. Presentation is what convinces clients to take the leap and buy. Don’t just upload your hard work and hope for the best. Instead, create a beautiful preview using the techniques you’re about to learn in this tutorial. Firstly, this tutorial will teach…
 
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    WPLove

  • Best Of WordPress Non-Profit Themes

    Karan Chopra
    23 Apr 2015 | 6:32 pm
    The way non-profit organization getting a web touches in recent times, it is uttermost important to have the web presence. This is because now more and more organizations are working towards the same. Well...
  • Best Of WordPress Responsive Themes

    Karan Chopra
    21 Apr 2015 | 6:32 pm
    With people vision on giving their websites an optimal viewing experience, more and more individuals as well as businesses are now turning up their website into responsive one. While if you too are in...
  • Best Of WordPress Education Themes

    Karan Chopra
    20 Apr 2015 | 6:31 pm
    Schools, colleges, institutes, coaching classes are all getting into the webby touch, thanks to the way technology evolving in time. Well to let them have their websites over the web, showcasing on what to...
  • Best Of WordPress Entertainment Themes

    Karan Chopra
    19 Apr 2015 | 6:31 pm
    While just like any other industry, entertainment industry too sees a huge boom in recent times. No matter then whether it will be a club or a restaurant or a cafe, all are aiming...
  • Best Of WordPress Magazine/Blog Themes Roundup

    Karan Chopra
    16 Apr 2015 | 6:32 pm
    These days more and more people are interested in starting their own magazine or blog while one can consider opting for one-to-many options out there. Well to help you get started with an ease,...
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  • Heroic Knowledge Base Plugin Review

    WpSeer
    28 Mar 2015 | 4:05 pm
    Every product has a market, and every market has a need. Heroic knowledge base plugin is a solution to a problem many developers face – a good knowledge base plugin for WordPress. When you buy a digital product, you expect the developers to have a knowledge base. The knowledge base usually contains answers to minor […] The post Heroic Knowledge Base Plugin Review appeared first on WP Seer.
  • Impreza WordPress Theme Review

    WpSeer
    5 Feb 2015 | 1:27 am
    The Impreza theme for WordPress is one of the highly rated as well as highly sold themes on ThemeForest, Envato’s theme marketplace. This is perhaps because it is quite functional and visually appealing theme. To be more specific, it is a game changer for most businesses who have been looking forward to a way of creating […] The post Impreza WordPress Theme Review appeared first on WP Seer.
  • Why WordPress at A2 Hosting Is So Fast – Brad Litwin

    WpSeer
    6 Dec 2014 | 2:33 am
    We recently caught up with Brad Litwin who is the marketing manager for A2 Hosting, and he was happy to answer some of our questions. Brad shares some of his knowledge on major WordPress hosting issues, how they have thrived in the last 10 years now, why A2 wordPress hosting is the cheapest in the market and he […] The post Why WordPress at A2 Hosting Is So Fast – Brad Litwin appeared first on WP Seer.
  • Monarch Social Sharing Plugin Review

    WpSeer
    1 Dec 2014 | 3:54 am
    As a WordPress user, at some point you must have searched for the best social media plugins, so you understand when I say it is very difficult to find the perfect WordPress social sharing plugin. ElegantThemes has recognized this problem and to address this issue, they have recently built a new social plugin from scratch; […] The post Monarch Social Sharing Plugin Review appeared first on WP Seer.
  • Five WordPress Trends That Shaped 2014

    WpSeer
    30 Oct 2014 | 10:25 pm
    The WordPress world has seen a lot of changes over the past months, here the five most common WordPress trends of 2014. “People who follow all the rules and chase every trend tend to get forgotten – they look great, but they’re not as memorable” – Dita Von Teese 1. The Rise of Multi-Purpose WordPress Themes […] The post Five WordPress Trends That Shaped 2014 appeared first on WP Seer.
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  • Chickaboom Blog WordPress Theme : Angie Makes Review

    finewpreview2013
    3 Apr 2015 | 3:53 am
    Chickaboom Blog WordPress Theme : Angie Makes Review Chickaboom Review Angie Makes : A Feminine WordPress Blogging Theme made for Woman and all types of bloggeres with minimalistic look. The modern blog template by AngieMakes provides you all best customization features that you are waiting for. The Chickaboom WordPress Theme has become primary choice for mom bloggers and as it provides all customization options with great flexibility. During website setup you will never have to edit any code so we can say it is made for non coder bloggers who have never done coding before. If you have a…
  • BlogoJoy WordPress Blog Theme : TeslaThemes REVIEW

    finewpreview2013
    2 Apr 2015 | 4:02 am
    BlogoJoy WordPress Blog Theme : TeslaThemes REVIEW BlogoJoy Review TeslaThemes : Minimal blogging theme for WordPress users who are sharing content through texts or multimedia elements. Whether you are planning to start a personal blog platform or a brand / niche related content platform, you will surely need a reliable blog template. BlogoJoy WordPress Theme is the only solution supported by easy to publish user friendly blog system. The theme comes with clean and elegant design content first layout. Read : Hotelia Theme Review – TeslaThemes Whether you are a video blogger or mixed…
  • WooCart Review – MyThemeShop eCommerce Theme

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    25 Mar 2015 | 4:36 am
    WooCart Review – MyThemeShop eCommerce Theme WooCart Review MyThemeShop : Introducing Latest Premium eCommerce WordPress Theme that will help you build your online store within few moments. The fantastic eCommerce template will make it easier selling cloths, mobiles, digital ebooks or anything goods online from your website. WooCart WordPress Theme brings collection of special features for product sellers to make them sell more goods. In-short getting this theme installed on your website will give you a fully function modern eCommerce website without writing single code line. Read :…
  • Flick Media Blog WordPress Theme – MyThemeShop

    finewpreview2013
    24 Mar 2015 | 2:43 am
    Flick Media Blog WordPress Theme – MyThemeShop Flick Review MyThemeShop : Media oriented responsive blog WordPress theme made for multimedia bloggers. The theme is mainly released for bloggers who’s first focus in media and second focus on text elements. The theme serves you with some nice clean background and amazing mouse hover effects to leave your readers shocked. Flick WordPress Theme has flexible media supported platform so that you can use images, gallery, videos and other graphic or media with blog articles. Read : Digitalis Theme Review – MyThemeShop MyThemeShop has…
  • Digitalis MultiPurpose WordPress Theme : MyThemeShop

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    19 Mar 2015 | 2:37 am
    Digitalis MultiPurpose WordPress Theme : MyThemeShop Digitalis Review MyThemeShop : Multi-purpose Blog / Magazine WordPress theme with colorful yet clean looking design with perfect contrast. With the help of this MyThemeShop responsive theme you can start blog, magazine site or a WooCommerce supported product store. In short, Digitalis WordPress Theme will help you start a website to write over any niche while monetizing contents using advertisement options. Some remarkable contents of this theme are icons (displayed with menu buttons), Shortcodes (buttons, columns and more) and More. Read :…
 
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  • 9+ Best Retro/Vintage Style WordPress Themes of 2015

    Editorial Staff
    24 Apr 2015 | 1:46 pm
    Retro never goes out of style and retro styled things have their appeal. People nowadays are drawn to all things retro and wish to bring back the glory of the bygone era into their websites. Retro theme is perfect for you if you deal with... The post 9+ Best Retro/Vintage Style WordPress Themes of 2015 appeared first on 85ideas.com.
  • 9 Best WordPress 404 Page Plugins to Redirect and Log Errors

    Nitish
    24 Apr 2015 | 3:45 am
    Are you afraid of errors on your WordPress platform? Well, most of the time, we do not like errors. But, sometimes these errors are useful in creating value for the visitor or the webmasters. One of the similar error is the 404. The infamous 404... The post 9 Best WordPress 404 Page Plugins to Redirect and Log Errors appeared first on 85ideas.com.
  • 11 Great Examples of Big Brands Powered WordPress Websites

    Nitish
    23 Apr 2015 | 12:17 pm
    As an entrepreneur or an aspiring author, you might be looking for a platform that can serve all your needs for online presence. The question stays deep in  the mind of the newcomers to the Internet. Which platform to use and why? There are so... The post 11 Great Examples of Big Brands Powered WordPress Websites appeared first on 85ideas.com.
  • How to Display Your WordPress Category Description

    Brian
    23 Apr 2015 | 8:12 am
    I recently updated our category page by editing the theme to allow the category description to show up on the frontend. Some themes allow you to do this by default, but there are many others that don’t. In this tutorial, I aim to show you what... The post How to Display Your WordPress Category Description appeared first on 85ideas.com.
  • 11 Awesome Websites to Download Free PSD Files

    Nitish
    22 Apr 2015 | 10:09 am
    PhotoShop Document aka PSD is popular for acting the base of designers to test their ideas, create mockups and designs for the later stage of any project. Photoshop is a popular image manipulating software used by the designers all over the world, and it stands... The post 11 Awesome Websites to Download Free PSD Files appeared first on 85ideas.com.
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  • Top 12 Selling WordPress Plugins on CodeCanyon

    Matt Clark
    22 Apr 2015 | 1:14 pm
    Plugins are great! They can vastly increase your blog’s functionality without requiring you to know how to code. They also tend to be very easy to install. But with the immense popularity of WordPress, plugins seem to be everywhere and sometimes it can be frustrating to find the best and most popular plugins. It’s easy enough to know which of the best free plugins are available. All you need to do to find that out is to navigate to the WordPress.org plugin directory. There you’ll find popular plugins like SEO by Yoast and Akismet as the most downloaded. But what about…
  • Best WordPress Mega Menu Plugins for Better Navigation

    Matt Clark
    19 Apr 2015 | 10:05 am
    One of the most important metrics of your website is navigation. It’s a critical component to user experience and usability, especially if you are wanting your traffic to click through more than just one page of your website. Sure, there are other ways you can make your blog easier for visitors to navigate through with links to other content, some sort of related posts section at the end of all of your blog posts and a helpful sidebar to guide users to your most recent and most popular articles. Nothing beats your main menu when it comes to navigation though. The main menu is displayed…
  • Top 4 Cheapest and Most Dependable Web Hosting Services

    Matt Clark
    14 Apr 2015 | 10:22 am
    So you are looking for cheap web hosting right? But you also want your hosting to be reliable in addition to being cheap. So where do you turn, what are the best cheap, but also reputable, web hosting services? After all, low cost does not always have to mean horrible quality. Instead you should look for the most cost effective web hosting options, but also ones that you can depend on. You may be tempted to turn to “free” web hosting services, but that isn’t a great option for those who want a professional website. Choosing a free option either involves being extremely…
  • 8 Best and Free WordPress Table Plugins

    Matt Clark
    7 Apr 2015 | 5:20 am
    Many bloggers like sprucing up their content with visuals. One of the best ways to do this, especially with data, is to display a table with their content. Shockingly, even though tables are popular and common among bloggers, WordPress does not have a “built-in” table function in the editor. Thankfully there are more than a few plugins to help bloggers display data. These range from simple shortcode plugins, to more advanced (but still free) table plugins. Which should you use though? Typically the more popular and higher rated the plugin, the better chance it has of being what…
  • Be Sure to do These 9 Things Before Applying for Google Adsense

    Matt Clark
    1 Apr 2015 | 12:51 pm
    One of the main benefits to blogging and reasons people get into blogging is to make money. If you have ever searched for “how to make money blogging” or “how to make money online” the option that typically comes up again and again and the money making option that most bloggers use is Google Adsense. It’s true, Google Adsense is a massive network, sadly thanks to how popular it’s become it has gotten a bit more restrictive in who they take in. Typical questions most new bloggers ask is how do they apply for Google Adsense? What are the terms and conditions?
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  • 7 Essential WordPress Plugins for Developers

    Dhiraj Das
    24 Apr 2015 | 3:34 am
    WordPress has been a blessing for both normal users as well as developers, there are tons of amazing tools which helps the developers to build their products. If you are a developer and want to create your own WordPress theme or plugin, you can use the available tools to speed up your development. If you are looking forward to create your own WordPress theme, you can use these starter WordPress themes which will provide you the base and the foundation to build up your theme structure. There are number of WordPress plugins which can helps the developers to reduce their manualThe post…
  • 10 Best Donation Plugins for WordPress to Accept Donations

    Dhiraj Das
    24 Apr 2015 | 1:18 am
    Accepting donation can be a great source of income specially for the developers of open source platform like WordPress and number of WordPress developers offer their products for free. And it’s users duty to thank them with some donation towards their product so that they can continue to develop useful products for this amazing platform. Also, there are number of non profit organization who depends on their website created on WordPress to raise funds through donations. So, if you are a WordPress developer who offer products for free and want to raise some funds to support your hard work…
  • 10+ Best WordPress Affiliate Marketing Themes 2015

    Dhiraj Das
    23 Apr 2015 | 5:43 am
    A collection of best Affiliate WordPress Themes to help you create a profitable WordPress site with affiliate marketing. Creating an affiliate site is one of the best and proven ways to make handsome revenue online. If you monetize your site with other revenue sources like Google AdSense as the main source, you will have to generate a lot of traffic before you actually make any money. But with affiliate marketing you can make nice revenue with very limited amount of targeted traffic. And it is considered as one of the quickest way to earn money online, you just need to be aThe post 10+ Best…
  • 20+ Best WordPress Live Chat Plugins for Customer Support

    Dhiraj Das
    23 Apr 2015 | 12:24 am
    A quality live chat plugin can take your online business on WordPress platform to a new height. It’s extremely important for any online venture to have a easy feedback and contact system so that user can easily get in touch with you. If you sell any product or provide any service, it becomes even more important to have a live chat system on your site because if your customers are not able to contact you easily to get their issues resolved then your business could be in trouble. The satisfaction of client is the key to success for any business. AndThe post 20+ Best WordPress Live Chat…
  • 10 Best WordPress Mailing List Plugins for List Building 

    Dhiraj Das
    22 Apr 2015 | 5:44 am
    Creating an email list is probably the most important practice for any blog or online businesses, and that’s the first thing you should consider for your online venture. Many companies invest a lot of money for creating buzz on social media sites which is important but still those are third party platforms. Though you can leverage the community you create in social media but the property belongs to those sites. If you create a strong email database for your site, that will be your own property which will stay with you forever and use that for your benefit regularly. Email marketing…
 
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  • 7 Social Proof Tactics to Increase Sharing & Boost Conversion

    Mike Patch
    14 Apr 2015 | 11:21 pm
    7 Social Proof Tactics to Increase Sharing I was recently talking to a friend of mine who I met in the Entrepreneur section of Reddit. We have some common interests in creative marketing, and got onto the subject of social proof and it’s followers. The topic came up when I had asked him if he had read anything about the recent one-hit wonder DicksByMail.com. For those unfamiliar with the story, let me catch you up. A bartender from Canada created a website based on a Louis CK phrase in which the website sends a “bag of dicks” (in candy form) by mail to whomever you…
  • 20 Premium & Free Parallax WordPress Themes

    Mike Patch
    14 Apr 2015 | 11:46 am
    WordPress Tips To keep people on your site and turn them into regular visitors, you should do much more than just post the information relevant to their queries. Some owners of websites engage the audience with large imagery in the header and backgrounds, while others make their portals more interactive by filling them with video content. There are also those who use tiny, yet catchy, graphic elements such as icons, pre-loaders, counters and other gimmicks. It is a win-win option to combine all the mention tricks on the page and animate it with a parallax scrolling effect. This technique was…
  • 10 Amazing Photography WordPress Themes

    Mike Patch
    25 Feb 2015 | 2:06 pm
    Photography WordPress Themes If a picture is worth a thousand words, than a captivating website is worth a thousand clients. Never has it become more easy for photographers to showcase their portfolio thanks to the advancements in Photography WordPress themes. Developers have taken a giant leap forward in the last few years with new gallery layouts and homepage sliders. The goal has never changed, a photographers needs a website that showcases their work in a professional, stylish format while keeping the website layout user friendly. In a growing competitive business there is a…
  • 50 Twitter Headers: Startups, Marketers & SEO’s

    Mike Patch
    12 Feb 2015 | 1:12 am
    Twitter Headers Re-sized for 2015 One of my biggest pet peeves is seeing a well established, respected person on Twitter using a blank ugly background color as their Twitter header. It’s not hard to search for a twitter header and pick out something you like. Although there are hundreds of twitter headers that are available under the old Twitter measurement sizes. After Twitter made a design change last year the header measurements made a drastic change to allow for mobile views. Now your twitter header looks great on all devices and computers. The proper header size looks best at…
  • ZergNet Review: Website Traffic Builder

    Mike Patch
    9 Feb 2015 | 9:57 pm
    Say what you want about “click bait” websites like Buzzfeed, Upworthy or Viral Nova, but these kingpins of the internet have zero trouble luring in high volume traffic on a daily basis. In a world where the latest iPhone update, funny cat video or Kim Kardashian storyline trumps real world news, these social websites are considered the ultimate champs of click-through conversions. While some may say click bait websites offer nothing more than distractions to our day to day lives with boredom killer type content, we could all definitely learn a think or to from their SEO…
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  • Why Websites Are Disappearing From Google

    Jessie Liu
    23 Apr 2015 | 10:56 am
    Have you heard? If your website is not mobile friendly, Google will start to penalize your website by not showing it on its search results. It is estimated that hundreds of thousands of websites will soon disappear from Google’s mobile searches, especially small businesses. The new algorithm is nicknamed “Mobilegeddon.”. Google has been preaching the […] The post Why Websites Are Disappearing From Google appeared first on Siteber.
  • 16 Twitter Tactics to Increase Your Engagement

    Feng Liu
    22 Apr 2015 | 4:06 pm
    Twitter is one of the most popular social media platforms. Believe it or not, I used to think Twitter is a big wasting time for marketers, because everything on Twitter is moving ultra fast. You are just one of the millions fishes in the ocean; no one is going to notice your tweets. Now, I […] The post 16 Twitter Tactics to Increase Your Engagement appeared first on Siteber.
  • 6 Social Media Tips for Small Business to Stand Out

    Jessie Liu
    19 Apr 2015 | 7:24 am
    Be personal and authentic In order to stand out among millions of tweets and updates every day, you have to do things differently. People or businesses that are successful with social media use it as a platform to build unique, personal relationships with their customers. Make sure to reach out to your potential customers, answer […] The post 6 Social Media Tips for Small Business to Stand Out appeared first on Siteber.
  • The 25 Best WordPress Plugins of 2015 [Infographic]

    Jessie Liu
    17 Apr 2015 | 7:39 pm
    Check out the 25 Best WordPress Plugins of 2015 below. These plugins will make your WordPress website shine. If you think of any good and useful WordPress Plugin, let me known in the comment below. Also, which plugins do you think are the most useful? The post The 25 Best WordPress Plugins of 2015 [Infographic] appeared first on Siteber.
  • Top 21 SEO Tools for Digital Marketer

    Jessie Liu
    12 Apr 2015 | 6:45 pm
    The SEO industry has full of SEO tools and hacks to help SEOs and digital marketers to do their job better. Some tools are free, others require a small fee. These tools exist to help you perform your job better and to help advance the industry. However, remember tools are just tools, they help speed […] The post Top 21 SEO Tools for Digital Marketer appeared first on Siteber.
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  • Rename Category and its Slug In WordPress

    22 Apr 2015 | 10:51 am
    To maintain a website structure WordPress provides categories and tags to properly manage your website content. Several time you may find a need to rename the category . So here I would like to tell you how to rename category and its slug in WordPress.Read more »
  • Insert Ads Inside Your WordPress Post Content Automatically

    9 Apr 2015 | 8:32 am
    However, you can insert Ads in the sidebar easily but in posts you have to do it manually and it takes much work. Here I would like to explain the ways to insert ads inside WordPress Post automatically.Read more »
  • How To Setup WordPress Multisite On Hostgator

    18 Mar 2015 | 11:44 pm
    In the latest version of WordPress you can create a network of websites with the help of multisite functionality. It can be done by single installation.Read more »
  • Moving Sidebar Right Or Left In WordPress Theme

    3 Mar 2015 | 10:45 pm
    There are two places to keep the sidebar either right or left. In WordPress themes, the places are already decided, for example in Twenty Twelve theme the sidebar is on right but in twenty fifteen it is on left. If you want to move its position, you have to make changes in CSS.Read more »
  • Create A New Theme File From WordPress Admin Without FTP

    25 Feb 2015 | 12:37 am
    Suppose you want to create any custom template for your WordPress website then you always need to create a new theme file but think, if you don't have FTP access then what will you do. I've been stuck in this situation many times and after searching I got a solution.Read more »
 
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  • HTML5 WordPress Themes | Best of 2015

    webcreate.me
    22 Apr 2015 | 5:39 am
    Professional collection of Best HTML5 WordPress Themes released in 2015. Amazing HTML5 effects and features running on the most popular CMS platform. Highend – MultiPurpose HTML5 WorPress Theme More Info & Live Demo Highend is popular HTML5 WordPress Theme which has been bestseller for couple of months on mojothemes marketplace. It comes with bunch of premium plugins included which will save you exactly $151. Drag & drop page builder, revolution slider, layer slider, essential grid and 1600 vector icons pack is in the package for FREE. You only pay $49 for the price of theme!
  • 10+ New WordPress Themes | Best of 2015

    webcreate.me
    16 Apr 2015 | 7:55 am
    PRO collection and reviews of Best New WordPress Themes of 2015. TOP premium templates with the newest features, trendy designs and highest ratings. MOTIVE – Creative Portfolio New WordPress Theme More Info & Live Demo Motive is new wordpress theme released by teslathemes marketplace in 2015! Very modern and clean design stands out from the rest of their themes in portfolio. Motive is very flexible and it fits blog, agency, portfolio, business websites or other similar purposes. It comes in 2 different versions and bunch of amazing new features. Motive runs on tesla framework and comes…
  • 12+ Best Simple WordPress Themes of 2015

    webcreate.me
    6 Apr 2015 | 6:00 pm
    Collection of BEST simple wordpress themes of 2015 with all trendy and modern features needed for creating PRO website! TOP clean & minimal designs. Flexible – Simple WordPress Theme Another very professional template from the elegant themes club. Their club is the most popular around the internet and have truly amazing & best selling wordpress theme. The price of the membership is very low and that makes the cost of this flexible template like 70 cents. Flexible theme comes with best features and very simple design. Mama – Minimal Portfolio  Template Mama is simple…
  • Creative Portfolio WordPress Themes 2015

    webcreate.me
    5 Apr 2015 | 5:10 pm
    Professional collection of the BEST portfolio wordpress themes for creatives, such as, artists, graphic designers, illustrators, photographers, creative agencies etc. MiAgency- Minimalistic Portfolio WordPress Theme MiAgency is another portfolio wordpress theme standing out of crowd with it’s unique design! Combination of branding, creativity and minimalism seems like a winning recipe. You can choose from 6 different demos ready for your portfolio website. It’s very easy to use and customize in wordpress and building of your portfolio web will be matter of  few hours. MiAgency is…
  • 20+ The Most Creative WordPress Themes of 2015

    webcreate.me
    26 Mar 2015 | 5:23 pm
    Professional collection of the most creative wordpress themes of 2015. Best for designers, portfolio showcase, agencies and other creative businesses. Divi – Universal & Creative WordPress Theme Divi is very popular wordpress theme and definitely  the most creative wordpress theme realeased by elegantthemes club! ElegantThemes club proved in many ways that is one of the BEST! Great designs, thousands of clients, professional service and very competitive price keep them on the top.  Divi is the latest template and it’s simply masterpiece and result of all their previous…
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  • Winter Events Flyer Bundle

    M.Hasham Ahmed
    23 Apr 2015 | 11:29 pm
    Winter Events Flyer Bundle3 Photoshop .psd file 1 help fileA4 size (21×29.7 cm) or (8.3×11.7 inch) with bleed (21.5×30.2 cm) or (8.5×11.9 inch)Print Ready (CMYK, 300 DPI, bleed)Layers are labeled, color coded and organized in groups for easy navigationDownload - Preview This Post First Publish at www.wpthemesdaddy.com
  • Winter Events Flyer Bundle

    M.Hasham Ahmed
    23 Apr 2015 | 11:28 pm
    Winter Events Flyer Bundle3 Photoshop .psd file 1 help fileA4 size (21×29.7 cm) or (8.3×11.7 inch) with bleed (21.5×30.2 cm) or (8.5×11.9 inch)Print Ready (CMYK, 300 DPI, bleed)Layers are labeled, color coded and organized in groups for easy navigationDownload - Preview This Post First Publish at www.wpthemesdaddy.com
  • Corporate business flyer

    M.Hasham Ahmed
    23 Apr 2015 | 11:27 pm
    Corporate business flyerCorporate business flyer Creative, clean and modern Corporate Flyer template, ready to use for “Education, College, Corporate, Finance, Property Sale and Real Estate Flyer . Ready to use for Multipurpose uses. Gorgeous and Professional Design – Perfect for business. Latest design and easily photo changes option. All files are Fully Editable. Also help “Notepad” file included. Properly use as Flyer, Advertise, Magazine Ad, Newspaper ad, A4 Brochure and many more. Photo not included but download url given in help.txt file Information: Size: 11x8.5 InPages: One…
  • Fall in Glam Flyer Bundle

    M.Hasham Ahmed
    23 Apr 2015 | 11:25 pm
    Fall in Glam Flyer Bundle3 Photoshop .psd file 1 help fileA4 size (21×29.7 cm) or (8.3×11.7 inch) with bleed (21.6×30.3 cm) or (8.5×11.9 inch)Print Ready (CMYK, 300 DPI, bleed)Layers are labeled, color coded and organized in groups for easy navigation.Models are not included in the main file.Fall in Glam Flyer Template V2 1 Photoshop .psd file A4 size (21×29.7 cm) or (8.3×11.7 inch) with bleed (21.6×30.3 cm) or (8.5×11.9 inch)Print Ready (CMYK, 300 DPI, bleed)Layers are labeled, color coded and organized in groups for easy navigationDownload - Preview This Post First Publish at…
  • Structure - Blogging WordPress Theme

    M.Hasham Ahmed
    23 Apr 2015 | 8:15 pm
    Structure - Blogging WordPress ThemeA clean, blogging oriented WordPress Theme which will do the job which it was meant to do, and that is: blogging. It is part of the Big & Bold series that we have on our website, which also feature sister products like: Ravage and Smarald.You get the opportunity to put beautiful publishing right at your fingertips with extremely comfortable & legible typography as well as featured images. Impress your visitors by posting slideshows using the Gallery format, or even Videos. The theme options are all inside the already familiar WordPress Customizer,…
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  • How to Create Stack Image using CSS3

    Drew
    31 Mar 2015 | 2:02 am
    One of my project have a design on lying of image to one another. First I want to do it as background image but I feel there is a way creating it using our love CSS3 and found some good tutorial. Now I'm going to show you how to create a stack image using CSS3 pseudo :before and :after. The post How to Create Stack Image using CSS3 appeared first on DrewCodeSpot.
  • How to manually integrate PayPal with Contact Form 7

    Drew
    11 Mar 2015 | 10:00 am
    I am going to show you how we can manually integrate Paypal with Contact Form 7. Ready? Let’s Go. So the reason I need to add PayPal with Contact form 7 is one of my client requesting me if it is possible to have a payment method on one of his form. So I checked his […] The post How to manually integrate PayPal with Contact Form 7 appeared first on DrewCodeSpot.
  • How to create Random Image Background

    Drew
    10 Mar 2015 | 11:00 am
    If you ever want to add a image background in your website and you want to make random everytime your visitor visited your site you, Here is a php tutorial. Step 1: Add this code at the very top. on the array make sure to the image filename of every background you want to show.  Step […] The post How to create Random Image Background appeared first on DrewCodeSpot.
  • New Tactic about Responsive CSS Background Image

    Drew
    27 Feb 2015 | 8:07 am
    I suddenly noticed the significance of making a responsive background image while doing no alteration in terms of aspect ratio with respect to various widths. This happen while I am working on a not so big project endowed to my shoulders by VIP folks from the field of Education. However, the big challenge is, we […] The post New Tactic about Responsive CSS Background Image appeared first on DrewCodeSpot.
  • 5 Best WordPress Security plugins that you must have

    Drew
    24 Feb 2015 | 9:00 am
    1. AntiVirus A WordPress Antivirus to protect your blog against exploits, malware and spam injections, you can download the plugin here.   2. BulletProof Security A WordPress Website Security Protection: Firewall Security, Login Security, Database Security… Effective, Reliable, Easy to use. you can download this plugin here.   3. Login LockDown Login LockDown records the IP address and timestamp of every […] The post 5 Best WordPress Security plugins that you must have appeared first on DrewCodeSpot.
 
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  • Alert! Delays in developing your mobile responsive website can kill your online business soon.

    Shweta Joshi
    16 Apr 2015 | 5:57 am
    You all know how mobile devices are replacing the desktops & laptops nowadays. A survey says that almost 73% of people prefer to use mobile devices to check websites and related information rather than browsing it on laptops and desktops. So what if your site isn’t updated to a Responsive web design? There are fair chances that a) your customers will end up having troubles to read and understand the content or the services b) They will switch to your competitors website who has a Mobile responsive websites and c) They will save your website URL to a reminder box which may get…
  • It’s time to look for Mobile app development company to develop an app and remain on your customer’s favorite’s list.

    Shweta Joshi
    10 Apr 2015 | 6:05 am
    The title itself might give you the hint about the context of this blog. But do you really know why do you need to start searching for a Mobile App development company immediately? Well, the reason is, your customers love smartphones and it is almost consuming 40% of their 24 hours. So how about being found on the toy that they love playing with? This post will make you realize why you should start thinking of developing a mobile app for your business. If you are thinking that you are happy with your business so far, you probably aren’t forecasting your business development for next 10…
  • Ideality of a proficient PHP Development Company.

    Shweta Joshi
    31 Mar 2015 | 5:40 am
    When it comes to outsourcing projects to a PHP Development Company, many people think of those factors that make these companies proficient. What kind of services do they offer and which factors make them stand out of the crowd. Are these factors you should be knowing but you are not? There aren’t the exact factors of find a perfect company, but there are some of the best things you should know that will help you to select the best for outsourcing your projects. I’ve just dissected the primary ideality of a proficient PHP Development Company. Here are those: Has a vibrant goal: You might…
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