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  • WordPress Black Friday Specials

    WP Doze
    admin
    19 Nov 2014 | 10:40 am
    The Black Friday craze, once reserved for mobile phones, laptops and other electronics alike, has expanded its influence on all consumer goods and services. It is a great opportunity for both sellers to boost their marketing strategies and consumers to acquire the desired merchandise at really good prices. The same applies for WordPress and that’s why we gathered in this article the most interesting news and coupons or discount links offered by important names in the field. AUTHENTIC THEMES  $1.05 per theme Authentic themes offer a bundle of 37 WordPress Premium Theme for only 39$.
  • Black Friday WordPress Deals and Discounts 2014

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    PremiumWP
    24 Nov 2014 | 3:05 am
    It’s that time of year again when you can get some great deals and big discounts in what has become the biggest shopping event of the year – Black Friday and Cyber Monday. There are always some fantastic sales, promotions and massive discounts on premium WordPress themes, plugins and services and we’ll be listing them all below. If you’ve been hanging out to buy a new premium WordPress theme or plugin this is the time to buy. It’s the biggest sale of the year. Be sure to check back throughout the week, as we’ll be updating this post with new deals and coupons as they’re…
  • Science of Hits

    Matt Mullenweg
    Matt
    20 Nov 2014 | 9:15 pm
    “Because the most-popular songs now stay on the charts for months, the relative value of a hit has exploded. The top 1 percent of bands and solo artists now earn 77 percent of all revenue from recorded music, media researchers report. And even though the amount of digital music sold has surged, the 10 best-selling tracks command 82 percent more of the market than they did a decade ago. The advent of do-it-yourself artists in the digital age may have grown music’s long tail, but its fat head keeps getting fatter.” — The Shazam Effect.
  • WPTavern: Where to Find WordPress Related Black Friday Deals

    WordPress Planet
    Jeff Chandler
    25 Nov 2014 | 3:13 pm
    photo credit: kevin dooley – cc This is a great time of year if you’re in the market for themes, plugins, or webhosting. Black Friday is the day after Thanksgiving where many retailers offer deep discounts. In the past 2-3 years, WordPress businesses have done the same by offering substantial discounts for plugins and themes. WPLift has a great roundup of deals covering themes, plugins, and webhosting. Several companies are offering 50% off themes and memberships. WP Mayor also has a collection of black Friday deals. Keep in mind that many of the deals and coupon codes will expire…
  • Facebook changes effective January 1, 2015

    News from The Savvy VA
    The Savvy VA
    25 Nov 2014 | 8:46 am
      Over the past year, we’ve introduced new features and controls to help you get more out of Facebook, and listened to people who have asked us to better explain how we get and use information.... This is a content summary only. Please visit my site for links, additional content, and more! http://thesavvyva.com
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    WordPress News

  • WordPress 4.0.1 Security Release

    Andrew Nacin
    20 Nov 2014 | 10:55 am
    WordPress 4.0.1 is now available. This is a critical security release for all previous versions and we strongly encourage you to update your sites immediately. Sites that support automatic background updates will be updated to WordPress 4.0.1 within the next few hours. If you are still on WordPress 3.9.2, 3.8.4, or 3.7.4, you will be updated to 3.9.3, 3.8.5, or 3.7.5 to keep everything secure. (We don’t support older versions, so please update to 4.0.1 for the latest and greatest.) WordPress versions 3.9.2 and earlier are affected by a critical cross-site scripting vulnerability, which…
  • WordPress 4.1 Beta 1

    John Blackbourn
    14 Nov 2014 | 2:35 pm
    Welcome, everyone, to WordPress 4.1 Beta 1! 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 4.1, try the WordPress Beta Tester plugin (you’ll want “bleeding edge nightlies”). Or you can download the beta here (zip). WordPress 4.1 is due for release next month, so we need your help with testing. Here are some highlights of what to test: Our beautiful new default theme, Twenty Fifteen. It’s a clean, mobile-first, blog-focused theme…
  • Watch WordCamp San Francisco Livestream

    Nikolay Bachiyski
    24 Oct 2014 | 1:18 pm
    WordCamp San Francisco is the official annual WordPress conference, gathering the community every year since 2006. This is the time when Matt Mullenweg addresses the community in his annual State of the Word presentation – a recap of  the year in WordPress and giving us a glimpse into its future. This year the speaker lineup is stellar. There will be talks by three of the lead WordPress developers: Andrew Nacin, Helen Hou-Sandí, and Mark Jaquith. We’re also looking forward to speakers like Jenny Lawson, also known as The Bloggess, and Chris Lema. If you’re at all interested in…
  • WordPress 4.0 “Benny”

    Matt Mullenweg
    4 Sep 2014 | 10:05 am
    Version 4.0 of WordPress, named “Benny” in honor of jazz clarinetist and bandleader Benny Goodman, is available for download or update in your WordPress dashboard. While 4.0 is just another number for us after 3.9 and before 4.1, we feel we’ve put a little extra polish into it. This release brings you a smoother writing and management experience we think you’ll enjoy. Manage your media with style Explore your uploads in a beautiful, endless grid. A new details preview makes viewing and editing any amount of media in sequence a snap. Working with embeds has never been easier…
  • WordPress 4.0 Release Candidate

    Helen Hou-Sandi
    27 Aug 2014 | 5:20 am
    The first release candidate for WordPress 4.0 is now available! In RC 1, we’ve made refinements to what we’ve been working on for this release. Check out the Beta 1 announcement post for more details on those features. We hope to ship WordPress 4.0 next week, but we need your help to get there. If you haven’t tested 4.0 yet, there’s no time like the present. (Please, not on a production site, unless you’re adventurous.) Think you’ve found a bug? Please post to the Alpha/Beta area in the support forums. If any known issues come up, you’ll be able to find them here. To…
 
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    Matt Mullenweg

  • Life Hack

    Matt
    25 Nov 2014 | 10:06 am
    Life Hack: Put leftovers on top of your Mac Pro to keep them warm.
  • Science of Hits

    Matt
    20 Nov 2014 | 9:15 pm
    “Because the most-popular songs now stay on the charts for months, the relative value of a hit has exploded. The top 1 percent of bands and solo artists now earn 77 percent of all revenue from recorded music, media researchers report. And even though the amount of digital music sold has surged, the 10 best-selling tracks command 82 percent more of the market than they did a decade ago. The advent of do-it-yourself artists in the digital age may have grown music’s long tail, but its fat head keeps getting fatter.” — The Shazam Effect.
  • Peak Beard

    Matt
    17 Nov 2014 | 11:53 am
    “If, like me, you are a staunch pogonophile and do not believe there is a single man who cannot be improved with a beard, these are happy times indeed.” The Guardian asks Have we reached peak beard?. Also check out their take on the lumbersexual, which a closet full of plaid shirts might indicate I’m trending toward.
  • Munchery is Eating the Restaurant

    Matt
    16 Nov 2014 | 10:32 am
    Munchery is Eating the Restaurant, a cool write-up of Munchery which I’ve been a long-time fan of and is an Audrey company. Whenever I’m in SF I order from Munchery.
  • Government Going Open Source

    Matt
    15 Nov 2014 | 8:56 am
    As open source goes mainstream, institutions collaborate differently.
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    WordPress.com News

  • Explore Longform with Writing 201

    Michelle W.
    21 Nov 2014 | 7:00 am
    We often think of blog posts as being just a few paragraphs long, or being a “less serious” kind of writing. Not so! In this challenge, we’ll focus on writing longform pieces that are equally at home on your blog or in a magazine. Whether you have trouble organizing your thoughts in longer pieces of writing or simply want to challenge yourself as a blogger, Writing 201: Beyond the Blog Post can help. What is Writing 201: Beyond the Blog Post? Writing 201: Beyond the Blog Post is a four-week course to help those beginning to explore longform writing (or who are frustrated…
  • Just Released: New Blogging U. Ebooks

    Ben Huberman
    10 Nov 2014 | 8:00 am
    Our recent Writing 101 and Writing 201 Blogging U. courses were a huge success — so we thought you should be able to enjoy them even if your schedule didn’t allow you to take them in real time. We’re happy to announce that both courses are now offered as free ebooks, available for download in .pdf, .mobi (Kindle), and .epub (iBooks) formats. While conceived with nonfiction writers in mind, fiction writers (we know you’re out there, NaNoWriMo participants!) could find both courses just as useful. Which ebook should you choose? Writing 101: Build a Blogging Habit…
  • Emoji Everywhere 🎃

    Marcus Kazmierczak
    6 Nov 2014 | 3:05 pm
    Emoji? What are they? “Emoji” is a Japanese term meaning “picture character.” It’s a standard for showing smileys and other little symbols inside text. But unlike traditional smileys that are made up of a sequence of letters like , every emoji has its own letter. Emoji blossomed on smartphones, where quickly picking out an emoji is often faster than typing out a long sentence. Today we’re rolling out hundreds and hundreds of emoji across WordPress.com — 872 to be exact. Do they look familiar? That’s because Twitter has graciously decided to open-source their entire set,…
  • New Themes: Editor and Sequential

    David A. Kennedy
    6 Nov 2014 | 7:16 am
    Today, we have two new free themes ready for you! Editor Meet Editor, a new addition to our theme collection designed by Mike McAlister at Array. Geared toward personal bloggers and photo bloggers, Editor features big typography and images and a tab-based sidebar with a spot for featured posts, a site logo, and a social links menu. Editor makes it easy to put a personal stamp on your site or blog. Learn more about the free Editor theme at the Theme Showcase, or preview it by going to Appearance → Themes. Sequential Crafted by Thomas Guillot, Sequential is a contemporary, clean, and…
  • Longreads’ Best of WordPress, Vol. 8

    Mike Dang
    5 Nov 2014 | 8:51 am
    We’re back with a new collection of our favorite stories from across all of WordPress. 1. Books for the Broken-Hearted Hannah Richell Hannah Richell’s husband Matt was killed in a surfing accident in July. In a recent post, Richell writes about finding comfort in reading words written by people who have also experienced the shock of losing a loved one — people like Joan Didion, C.S. Lewis, and Cheryl Strayed. 2. The Shame of Poor Teeth in a Rich World Sarah Smarsh, Aeon An essay about growing up poor in America, and the role of teeth as a class signifier. 3. Giving Up the Ghost…
 
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    WordPress Planet

  • WPTavern: WordPress Theme Design Challenge Weekend December 13-14th

    Jeff Chandler
    25 Nov 2014 | 4:40 pm
    photo credit: ashley rose, – cc In an effort to inspire WordPress theme designers and add a variety of new themes to the directory, the WordPress Theme Review Team is hosting a Design Challenge Weekend, December 13-14th. The challenge is meant to do the following: Raise the design standard of the WordPress.org theme directory. Match developers to designers. Encourage designers to create themes. Offer resources for designers to learn how to make themes. Educate developers in design. Leading up to the event, the team will hold a few learnups on Slack. Learnups are mini classes related to…
  • WPTavern: A Glimpse Into Serbia’s Rapidly Growing WordPress Community

    Sarah Gooding
    25 Nov 2014 | 3:23 pm
    After the dissolution of socialist Yugoslavia in the early 90’s, Serbia and its neighboring nations had an uphill climb to reach stability in their newly found autonomy. Transitioning from a planned economy to a market-driven economy was a challenge that Serbians have vigorously embraced over the past 20 years. Belgrade is now a growing center for information technology in Eastern Europe. In 2013, Serbia’s IT industry growth outpaced the rest of the economy by nearly 200%. It’s no surprise then that the WordPress community in Serbia is growing in tandem and bursting at the…
  • WPTavern: Where to Find WordPress Related Black Friday Deals

    Jeff Chandler
    25 Nov 2014 | 3:13 pm
    photo credit: kevin dooley – cc This is a great time of year if you’re in the market for themes, plugins, or webhosting. Black Friday is the day after Thanksgiving where many retailers offer deep discounts. In the past 2-3 years, WordPress businesses have done the same by offering substantial discounts for plugins and themes. WPLift has a great roundup of deals covering themes, plugins, and webhosting. Several companies are offering 50% off themes and memberships. WP Mayor also has a collection of black Friday deals. Keep in mind that many of the deals and coupon codes will expire…
  • Matt: Life Hack

    Matt
    25 Nov 2014 | 10:06 am
    Life Hack: Put leftovers on top of your Mac Pro to keep them warm.
  • WPTavern: Override WordPress Comment Deadline Settings

    Sarah Gooding
    25 Nov 2014 | 9:09 am
    Many WordPress users elect to automatically close comments on older posts in order to keep the constant deluge of spam at bay. This method works, but it comes with a couple of drawbacks. The option, found under the Settings → Discussion screen, is essentially an an all-or-nothing choice on older posts. The comment deadline setting is an unsparing guillotine that drops after a set number of days to cut off discussion, without regard for any conversations still in progress. The reality is that not all older content automatically becomes irrelevant after a set number of days. Certain posts may…
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    WordPress.org Mobile Apps

  • WordPress Android App Version 3.3

    Maxime
    30 Oct 2014 | 7:25 am
    The WordPress Android app version 3.3 is now available in the Google Play Store. We’ve made a few user facing changes for this release, and focused on fixing small — but sometimes annoying — problems. General Changes We split up the post and the comment views in the Reader. Live support is back; you can contact Automattic support within the application by going to “settings,” “help and support,” and tapping “contact us.” Bug Fixes Videos are now correctly resized to the screen width in the Reader. Reader is no longer crashing with very long…
  • WordPress Android App Version 3.2

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

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

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

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

  • Mastering the post_class() Function

    Fränk Klein
    20 Nov 2014 | 3:34 am
    The post_class() function is one of the many functions provided by WordPress to facilitate theme development. As the name suggests, the post_class() function outputs an HTML class attribute and sets its value to classes related to the post being output. The correct way to use the function is to add it to the HTML tag that serves as the container for the post content: <article id="post-<?php the_ID(); ?>" <?php post_class(); ?>> The post classes The number and the name of the classes output by the post_class() function depends on the properties attached to a…
  • Making Features Available to Themes

    Kirk Wight
    25 Oct 2014 | 12:52 pm
    I’ve gotten myself into a bit of a problem. A couple of months ago, we released a new feature called Site Logo on WordPress.com, that allows you to set a logo for your site and have it persist between theme changes. It went over well, and it was decided to roll it into Jetpack for .org users. However, part of that Jetpack integration involved prefixing the template tags used by themes, leaving me with inconsistent function names once we merge Jetpack back to WordPress.com (and for those using the .org Github plugin). It also leaves our premium theme sellers wondering what template tags…
  • Prefixing in WordPress Themes

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

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

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

  • The Whitespace Pro Theme Delivers the Quintessential Reading Experience

    Brian Gardner
    17 Nov 2014 | 7:05 am
    What makes reading online content difficult? Clutter Bad typography The web page not adjusting to the device What if there was a WordPress theme that was designed from its inception to cure all three of these web reading scourges? There is. It’s called Whitespace Pro, and it’s the latest child theme release for the Genesis Framework. What you notice first about the Whitespace Pro homepage when you check out the demo is how clean it is. “Minimal” isn’t really the right word, because there is plenty there — including a beautiful header image, gorgeous…
  • Introducing the Remobile Pro Theme for WordPress: The Embodiment of Beautiful Typography and Responsive Design

    Brian Gardner
    22 Sep 2014 | 7:14 am
    Typography is the art and technique of arranging type. It is central to the work of a designer and is about much more than simply making words legible. The typeface you choose for your website, and how you make it work, heavily impacts the experience of your visitors. It is not a choice to be taken lightly. If typography is not your area of expertise, this can feel intimidating. Don’t let it be. Our newest WordPress theme, Remobile, was designed with beautiful typography top of mind. With our typefaces, your site will look amazing and your visitors will have a memorable experience. And…
  • Introducing an Appetizing Food Blogging Theme Created for the Genesis Framework

    Brian Gardner
    12 Aug 2014 | 7:00 am
    Daily Dish is a brand new theme for Genesis that is designed to present your content like it’s the most appetizing dish at your favorite 4-star restaurant. Think about what that dish looks like … There is a main item, which is featured on the center of the plate, looks and smells delicious, and captures your senses as soon as it’s delivered your table. This item is accented by a side, maybe two, that in every way they complement the main dish rather than overwhelm it. Think of mashed potatoes beneath a tender filet, or four columns of asparagus situated beside a rich cut of…
  • Education Pro is the Ideal WordPress Theme Designed for Schools and Universities

    Brian Gardner
    21 Jul 2014 | 6:50 am
    Schools have a lot to say online. From elementary schools to universities, there are idyllic scenes to put on display, admission and curriculum information to offer, and a constant stream of news, schedules, and results of all kinds to provide. You need to convey a lot of information, and you need to do it with simplicity and flexibility. Education Pro is a WordPress theme built on Genesis 2.0 that is designed specifically for the needs of educational institutions. The best way to make a complex topic simple to understand is to organize it in bite-sized chunks. Education Pro does that with a…
  • Generate Business with the WordPress Theme Designed for Email Marketing

    Brian Gardner
    1 Jul 2014 | 7:14 am
    Email may be considered old-fashioned by some … but chances are those people are not running a successful online business. For StudioPress themes, and every other Copyblogger product, email is the number one driver of new and repeat sales. And it’s not close. This is why we believe in email marketing. It has nothing to do with dogma and everything to do with profit. And this is why we created a child theme for the Genesis framework that is focused on helping you capture more email addresses, so you can build the list that will build your business. Introducing the Generate Pro…
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    Elegant Themes Blog

  • Why You Should Use WordPress Countdown Plugins

    Brenda Barron
    25 Nov 2014 | 9:00 am
    Every site launch needs buzz. To have a successful launch it is best to stir up some excitement. Build hype. Make some noise. Take some names. Create readers before the site is even launched, and then make them look forward to it. Create potential users for your new product so that you can have a knowledgeable market to sell to the day the product is released. And you can have your readers help you stir up that noise. Get them to talk about your new site on their blogs and social media networks. Get them to take it viral. A good way to accomplish this is through the implementation of a…
  • How To Use WordPress As A CRM

    Nathan B. Weller
    24 Nov 2014 | 9:00 am
    Customer Relationship Management (or CRM) is a staple of successful businesses and has been for some time. In the early days of customer relationship management (the practice) businessmen and women used a simple rolodex (an analogue, desktop notecard binder with alphabetical place markers) to keep track of their contacts. Each entry usually consisted of a business card and a few notes on each person. This simple yet effective piece of old school hardware allowed those who used it to keep track of their growing business/social contacts and maintain little bits of useful information–such…
  • Lessons Learned Blogging As A Freelance Writer

    Ariel Rule
    23 Nov 2014 | 9:00 am
    Good news to all the writers in the world: you don’t have to be a novelist to make money from your writing. With the invention of the internet, the world as we know it has changed. The opportunities for working online and from home continue seem to expand with every passing year. One such opportunity that many people are drawn to is that of Blogging. Whether it’s the idea of blogging on a site you’ve created or writing for others, blogging has become increasing popular. How I Got Started Freelance Blogging Image by jesadaphorn via Shutterstock I sort of wrestled with whether…
  • Social Media Marketing Strategy Essentials

    Nathan B. Weller
    22 Nov 2014 | 9:00 am
    Everyone knows that social media is an essential part of marketing in the digital era. How exactly to be successful at it has been a minefield of opinion, hyperbole, ignorance, and actual good advice. For those just starting out, or those who need to finally get serious about their social strategy, navigating that minefield is often a guessing game. Sometimes a “tip” or “trick” actually works; other times you just waste your time and money. In a bid to save you the time and money that others–myself included–have wasted over the last eight or…
  • How To Embed YouTube Videos In WordPress

    Jay Hoffmann
    21 Nov 2014 | 9:00 am
    YouTube is an incredibly powerful tool. It handles storing, encoding, compressing and playing videos so you don’t have to worry about compatibility across an ever-increasing number of browsers and devices. Adding YouTube videos to WordPress is fairly simple because of oEmbed support added in version 2.9. There are also plugins out there that can help you customize the look of your YouTube videos, organize them into galleries, and get the most out of media streaming on your site. In this article we’ll go over how to embed YouTube videos with WordPress out of the box, then move on…
 
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    Blog Oh Blog

  • Avoiding Three Common Design Pitfalls in eCommerce

    Jai
    31 Oct 2014 | 10:32 am
    Good design drives sales. This philosophy defines eCommerce more than any other, with the exception of the actual quality of the items sold. As obvious as it sounds, it is not as widely implemented as it should be. The U.S. Census Bureau reports that the...
  • 3D Style Image Thumbnails

    Jai
    20 Feb 2014 | 4:12 pm
    We all know that image thumbnails are pretty boring until they have some neat hover effect on them, or some kind of jazzy animation before the user clicks on them. So, here is a tutorial which uses CSS3 to achieve a 3D hover effect on...
  • Free Hand Drawn Set of 400 Icons for Projects

    Jai
    25 Jan 2014 | 9:42 am
    We love free icons. Don’t we? So for all the icon lovers out there, here is a brand new release of 400 Hand Drawn Icons that are free to use in your personal and commercial projects. The Icon Set has been provided by Freepik.com exclusively...
  • How to Make a CSS3 Polaroid Gallery

    Jai
    16 Jan 2014 | 6:23 am
    CSS3 has really empowered the web developer to add beauty, interactivity and animation to his web pages. The dependency on JavaScript for simple effects has reduced to a great level with the arrival of CSS3. Just to showcase the power of CSS3, lets learn how...
  • How to Make a Cool Slider Using Only CSS3 & HTML

    Jai
    13 Jan 2014 | 6:33 am
    If we talk about Image Sliders, there are multiple times when you are confused and wondering as to which Image Slider to integrate in your website. Usually, people go on the Internet, search for a Image Slider script that most probably suits their taste, download...
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    News from The Savvy VA

  • WordPress 4.0.1 Security Release

    The Savvy VA
    25 Nov 2014 | 1:52 pm
    WordPress 4.0.1 is now available. This is a critical security release for all previous versions and we strongly encourage you to update your sites immediately. Sites that support automatic background... This is a content summary only. Please visit my site for links, additional content, and more! http://thesavvyva.com
  • Facebook changes effective January 1, 2015

    The Savvy VA
    25 Nov 2014 | 8:46 am
      Over the past year, we’ve introduced new features and controls to help you get more out of Facebook, and listened to people who have asked us to better explain how we get and use information.... This is a content summary only. Please visit my site for links, additional content, and more! http://thesavvyva.com
  • Marketing Your Business with Video Part 2

    The Savvy VA
    12 Feb 2014 | 6:00 am
    Marketing with Video Everywhere you look online there is a new Tweet, article, YouTube video or blog post about marketing your business using video. You’ve probably seen or heard about it... This is a content summary only. Please visit my site for links, additional content, and more! http://thesavvyva.com
  • Promote Your Business With Video Part 1

    The Savvy VA
    11 Feb 2014 | 6:00 am
    How to Use Video for Business Promotion No doubt you’ve seen lots of business owners using video to market their business. You’ve probably already considered video marketing your business... This is a content summary only. Please visit my site for links, additional content, and more! http://thesavvyva.com
  • 7 Direct Benefits of Marketing Your Biz with Video

    The Savvy VA
    6 Feb 2014 | 6:00 am
    The more I see how video marketing is working for my clients and friends alike, the more I feel that I have to share this with you once again. Video marketing is an incredible opportunity for really... This is a content summary only. Please visit my site for links, additional content, and more! http://thesavvyva.com
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    WPBeginner

  • How to Add Resizeable Text for Site Visitors in WordPress

    Editorial Staff
    26 Nov 2014 | 1:42 am
    Have you seen the font resizing buttons on some popular sites? The purpose of those buttons is to provide an easier way for visitors with low vision to adjust font size without breaking a website’s layout. Even though you can use the browser’s built in zoom feature by pressing CTRL and + keys, it increases the size of every element on the page not just text. In this article, we will show you how to add resizeable text for site visitors in WordPress. First thing you need to do is install and activate the Accessibility Widget plugin on your website. Upon activation, simply go to…
  • How to Add YouTube Subscribe Button in WordPress

    Editorial Staff
    25 Nov 2014 | 4:31 am
    Do you have a YouTube channel? Want to get more subscribers by displaying the YouTube subscribe button and subscriber count on your site? In this article, we will show you how to add YouTube subscribe button in WordPress. Method 1: Manually Adding YouTube Subscribe Button Code First you need to visit the YouTube subscribe button page on Google Developer’s website. Scroll down to ‘Configure a button’ section. Simply enter your channel’s name and choose a layout, theme, and subscriber count option. You will be able to see a live preview of how your button will look. Once…
  • 21 Plugins to Efficiently Manage WordPress Multi-Author Blogs

    Editorial Staff
    24 Nov 2014 | 4:00 am
    Managing a multi-author blog comes with its own challenges. Thankfully WordPress makes it really easy to run a multi-author blog. In this article, we will share 21 great plugins to efficiently manage a multi-author blog in WordPress. 1. Capability Manager Enhanced The concept of user roles was introduced in WordPress 2.0. Each user role is allowed to perform a certain set of tasks called capabilities. This plugins allows you to modify the built-in capabilities of a user role in WordPress. For example, the author user role in WordPress is allowed to add posts and publish them. You can use this…
 
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    Most inspiring BuddyPress websites - BPinspire.com

  • Focused on Fit

    Jerome
    19 Nov 2014 | 12:28 am
    Focused on Fit is an online community to support you in reaching your fitness goals. Track your nutrition, record your exercises and stay fit with us! This is a post from: BPinspire.com. Focused on Fit
  • The Pretender Lives

    Jerome
    5 Sep 2014 | 12:40 am
    From the creators of the hit tv show The Pretender, comes thePretenderLives.com, the hub for the fan community and all the official books and graphic novels. This is a post from: BPinspire.com. The Pretender Lives
  • PetsPage

    Jerome
    6 Jul 2014 | 1:47 pm
    PetsPage.com is a social pet community where pet lovers from around the world come to share, socialize, and most importantly, smile! If you love pets and making new friends, you’ll love PetsPage.com! This is a post from: BPinspire.com. PetsPage
  • Gone

    Jerome
    12 Jun 2014 | 5:34 am
    GONE is an all-in-one WordPress theme – it comes with the Visual Composer plugin and the Slider Revolution plugin for free! It supports mega menus and handles WooCommerce as well as bbPress. It is very easy to customize and our documentation offers step by step guides to make it run smoothly. This is a post from: BPinspire.com. Gone
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    Free & Premium Flexible WordPress Themes | SoloStream

  • What Are The Best WordPress Themes For Blogs?

    Rob C.
    25 Nov 2014 | 3:00 pm
    When it comes to finding the best WordPress themes for blogs you will have your work cut out for you. If you have been following the last few blog entries, then you will have noticed the recent discussions about some of the various theme categories, and are probably starting to notice some common themes emerging,...
  • Creative WordPress Themes Make A Hit

    Rob C.
    23 Nov 2014 | 5:53 pm
    If anyone likes to be creative, then they will want to go with one of our creative WordPress themes. Creative WordPress themes can be some of the most exciting themes to work with because of their variability. Take our Professional Theme for example: We believe that being creative is essential to being professional. While it...
  • Get Organized With Clean WordPress Themes

    Rob C.
    21 Nov 2014 | 3:32 pm
    Have you ever opened a stuffed closet to find a towel amidst a range of clothing items with little success? Sometimes finding that towel can be like going to a webpage and trying to find a specific bit of information. If an untidy, messy closet, is like a messy webpage, then you need to clean...
  • The best portfolio wordpress themes are created by YOU!

    Rob C.
    19 Nov 2014 | 2:04 pm
    When finding the best portfolio wordpress themes one only need look as far as their creative direction will lead them. While it is not rocket science that a portfolio should convey some of your education, greatest works and accomplishments, it is also true that portfolios can be created for different things. For example, a musical...
  • Best Responsive WordPress Themes

    Rob C.
    18 Nov 2014 | 1:26 pm
    While many people think that auto-formatting web browsers are a thing of the past, the reality can be quite different when you are using a smart phone to do the navigation. Older websites that are not responsive will leave the viewers swiping and swatting and pinching and prodding at their phone to find the information...
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    WP Jedi

  • 2 Amazon Payments Plugins for WooCommerce

    Wordpress Jedi
    25 Nov 2014 | 5:21 am
    Amazon should not need any introduction. Many folks are familiar with the site and buy from it on a regular basis. Amazon has useful services for many businesses. Accepting payments through Amazon...
  • Securing WordPress with Plugins: 18 Ways

    Wordpress Jedi
    24 Nov 2014 | 5:38 am
    WordPress is a wonderful CMS to use to bring your site online and manage your content. As your site gets more popular, you are more likely to face hack attacks. While the WordPress core is secure,...
  • LMS Learning Management System Theme for WordPress

    Wordpress Jedi
    23 Nov 2014 | 5:34 am
    You don’t always need to sell a physical product to make a living online. If you know a lot about a certain topic, there is no reason you should not start a business sharing your knowledge with...
  • How to Add Bitcoin Author Donations to WordPress

    Wordpress Jedi
    22 Nov 2014 | 5:01 am
    Not every webmaster affords to pay his/her authors a ton of money for every article. Letting authors accept donations for their work is not a bad idea. There are already plenty of plugins that allow...
  • 3 Amazon Deals & Discounts Plugins for WordPress

    Wordpress Jedi
    21 Nov 2014 | 5:00 am
    Amazon is one of the most popular online shopping sites. It has millions of customers around the world and a powerful affiliate program, enabling webmasters to monetize their content easily. Showing...
 
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  • From WordPress Beginner to Pro: 200+ Career-Boosting Resources

    Rachel McCollin
    25 Nov 2014 | 5:00 am
    Whether you’re just starting out with WordPress or you’ve been developing with it for some time, you’ll probably find that the resources out there to help you learn are pretty daunting. There are hundreds if not thousands of sites and blogs dedicated to sharing tips, tutorials, news and information about WordPress, and it’s not always easy to know which ones are the most reliable, up-to-date or relevant for you. In this article I’ll share a huge list of resources which I’ve found useful or believe will be useful for others, from users creating their very…
  • Twenty Fifteen WordPress Theme Review: When Less Is More

    Daniel Pataki
    24 Nov 2014 | 5:00 am
    I have to confess: I hate Twenty Fourteen. While I certainly appreciate the work that went into making it, I’ve disliked the visual direction from the first time I saw it. It reminds me of old, overly-busy myspace pages – it’s all a visual distraction to me. Since I love WordPress, I tried getting comfortable with it but I never quite succeeded. At the time I let my dislike for the theme slide, but now that Twenty Fifteen is about to ship with WordPress, I decided I wouldn’t hold back. So I grabbed WordPress 4.1 Beta 1, rolled up my sleeves and prepared to unleash my…
  • The Secrets to Writing WordPress Posts That Convert

    Brenda Barron
    23 Nov 2014 | 5:00 am
    If you run a business online, having a blog is essential. It’s a quick way to build an online presence for your brand. Regular blogging has the benefit of keeping your site populated with fresh content. And fresh content means an increased likelihood of fresh eyes on your posts. It also means greater opportunities for search engines to index your site’s pages. When that happens, say hello to increased organic traffic! Building traffic is only one part of the equation. You also need to get your readers to do something once they land on your site. This is usually referred to as…
  • Make Your Images POP With Super Easy and Sexy CSS Styling

    Tom Ewer
    22 Nov 2014 | 5:00 am
    I’m sure you already have an idea of how important images are to the success of your website. But when it comes to boosting engagement (and ultimately your bottom line), it’s not just about including images on your site, it’s about what images you include and how you present them. In this post I want to tackle one important piece of that puzzle: the presentation. WordPress comes pre-packaged with simple means of styling images with CSS. You have the power to create different effects for the various CSS classes that WordPress automatically assigns to images on your…
  • This Week in WordPress: WP Drama, WP 4.1 Beta and Mercury Rising

    The WhiP Team
    21 Nov 2014 | 7:30 am
    This week’s round-up of WordPress news, views and reviews summarized in our daily email newsletter, The WhiP. Subscribe to The Whip daily for lashings of WordPress goodness. Subscribe to The WhiP indicates required Email Address The WhiP Newsletter #127 – Monday, November 17 Hello dear reader, WP Drama The first best version of WordPress 4.1 is out and available for testing. It features the Twenty Fifteen default theme, a new distraction-free writing mode, the ability to automatically install new language packs, and a new inline formatting toolbar for images embedded in posts. For…
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    Ottawa Website Design

  • So you’ve installed WordPress, now what?

    Christopher Ross
    17 Nov 2014 | 12:24 pm
    I love WordPress so much that you’ll often find me making child themes with it, but we’ve also been together long enough that I can tell you it’s not perfect. There are some things that I wish WordPress would do right out of the box, but luckily there are some great plugins out there to help make it better. So you’ve installed WordPress, now what? Now that you’ve installed WordPress, it’s time to get serious and start making it awesome. This tutorial is designed to help people new to WordPress get over the first few hurdles after installing WordPress onto a new hosting company. If…
  • How to install WordPress locally for testing, learning, and development

    Christopher Ross
    13 May 2014 | 3:31 pm
    How to setup a WordPress local install environments In this tutorial, we're going to setup a WordPress local install on your computer (laptop or desktop) to help you develop better themes, plugins, and test WordPress outside a live web environment. What you'll need to install WordPress on your local computer In order to accomplish this tutorial, you'll need to download a couple of pieces of free software from their source websites: WordPress – wordpress.org XAMPP - apachefriends.org The first piece of software of course is WordPress, which is the software we're trying to get running…
  • 8 ways to hack an average WordPress website

    Christopher Ross
    14 Feb 2014 | 7:43 am
    How to hack WordPress It might not be easy for the average person to hack WordPress, but valuable websites are always at risk and here are eight common sense ways to protect yourself (and your online business) from attack. Plugin and theme vulnerabilities to hack WordPress It's not fair to pick on plugin and theme authors, they've contributed something to the community for free but, none the less the truth is that a poorly written plugin (or theme) can introduce security issues to WordPress. The solution? Know your code or trust the developers working on your website to know your code. Poor…
  • Create internal links for better SEO

    Christopher Ross
    10 Feb 2014 | 1:14 pm
    A great way to boost your search engine rankings is to create and optimize internal links to your own website. By creating links within your existing content to other relevant pages on your site, you’re helping search engines to better understand your own content. Creating internal links also helps your visitors by presenting them with […]- This post was posted at Ottawa Website Design The post Create internal links for better SEO appeared first on Ottawa Website Design.
  • How to make WordPress more secure.

    Christopher Ross
    7 Feb 2014 | 7:17 am
    As we recently saw with the @n attack, website security isn't just a big business concern. It's everybody's concern, and the only way to protect your website from potential attacks is to take the time and learn about website security. With that in mind, let's look at a few basic things you can do to protect yourself, and your website from attacks. Password Security I appreciate we're all sick of hearing how important it is to have secure passwords but it really, really is. The main weakness a prospective hacker will employ is to attempt to breach your security via a weak password. So, be sure…
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    WPLift

  • Hookie: A Stunning Bootstrap WordPress Theme, Built for Creative Agencies

    Oli
    26 Nov 2014 | 2:14 am
    Hookie is a new theme from ThunderThemes which is aimed at businesses and creative agencies. Built on the Boostrap framework, it is optimized for mobile devices, has animated CSS effects and also includes the Visual Composer plugin so you can create your own custom layouts. In this review of the Hookie theme we will The post Hookie: A Stunning Bootstrap WordPress Theme, Built for Creative Agencies appeared first on WPLift.
  • Thanksgiving Deals: WordPress Black Friday & Cyber Monday Sales & Coupon Codes

    Oli
    25 Nov 2014 | 2:04 am
    Hi there and welcome to our annual Thanksgiving deals post! Every year the WordPress world fully embraces these holidays by giving big discounts off their pricing so if you have been waiting for a specific theme or plugin, now is a great time to buy. We have some crazy savings for you this year and The post Thanksgiving Deals: WordPress Black Friday & Cyber Monday Sales & Coupon Codes appeared first on WPLift.
  • BootstrapWP: An Online Course to Learn to Create a Bootstrap WordPress Theme

    Joe Fylan
    24 Nov 2014 | 1:53 am
    BootstrapWP is an online course that aims to teach you how to create your own WordPress theme. For anyone who wants to build their own custom theme for their website, start selling premium themes online, or begin offering their services as a freelance WordPress consultant, this could be just the online course you are looking The post BootstrapWP: An Online Course to Learn to Create a Bootstrap WordPress Theme appeared first on WPLift.
  • The Weekly WordPress News: Security Update, Why I use WooCommerce, The Freemium Model

    Oli
    21 Nov 2014 | 3:17 am
    The news is back after a short hiatus, extremely busy time for me at the moment so apologies for that! What’s been happening this week ? WordPress 4.0.1 released last night so make sure you update to the new version, this is a security release so it’s important you do so as soon as possible. The post The Weekly WordPress News: Security Update, Why I use WooCommerce, The Freemium Model appeared first on WPLift.
  • How To: Sell User Customized Products Online with WooCommerce

    Oli
    19 Nov 2014 | 1:35 am
    Customized products are big business online these days – people love creating T-Shirts, Badges, Mugs and so on that are unique by uploading their own images and photos. Allowing customers to customize a product used to be a difficult process and complicated custom systems would need to be written. I have found a plugin called The post How To: Sell User Customized Products Online with WooCommerce appeared first on WPLift.
 
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  • How to Display WooCommerce Shipping Name in a WordPress Theme

    Toby Cryns
    20 Nov 2014 | 12:05 pm
    Today I needed to display the shipping name for a product on the front end of a WooCommerce-enabled WordPress theme. While the shipping name is attached to WordPress user meta, it is not part of the core user meta that ships with WordPress.  So, we have to use the generic “get_metadata()” function to pull the data like this: global $current_user $fname get_metadata('user' get_current_user_id() 'billing_first_name' $single) echo $fname That’s it! Pretty simple, and you can use it to get just about any piece of WooCommerce user data that you want. For example,…
  • How to Set Up Email Forwarders on Hostgator When Your Domain is Hosted On Another Server

    Toby Cryns
    18 Nov 2014 | 6:44 am
    We recently had a weird email forwarding issue with a client on a Hostgator Reseller account.  The email forwarders were set up properly, and the dns was hosted at Hostgator.  We had an MX record pointing to “domain.com”, which was part of the problem.  Since we wanted Hostgator to manage the MX records, we needed to add an MX record that pointed to the email server’s ip address (example: “123.456.789.123”).  No big deal, except that Hostgator DOES NOT ALLOW you to create an MX record that points to an ip address! After all sorts of attempted workarounds…
  • Enhancement Tickets for WordPress Core That We Recently Submitted

    Toby Cryns
    6 Nov 2014 | 7:00 am
    Every now and then I take some time to submit enhancement tickets to WordPress Core. It is amazing how easy this is to do! In fact, it takes ZERO code knowledge to do so! My two most recent tickets are: wp-login.php Logo Image Use “img” tag rather than CSS background Theme folder name on Theme Info view in admin I show you these only to prove that they are not highly-technical suggestions, and I provided no code examples in my requests.  Basically, they are a couple of things that I have run into that could be improved. A project like WordPress only works when people contribute,…
  • WordPress jQuery Masonry Image Gallery with Lightbox

    Toby Cryns
    25 Oct 2014 | 7:02 pm
    I have a private photo blog for my family, and I tried to add a jQuery Masonry layout to it today. Unfortunately, the Masonry scripts broke my lightbox scripts – rats! After trying a bunch of plugin combinations, I found that the only way I could get things working properly was by using the Jetpack plugin and activating the “Carousel” and “Tiled Galleries” modules. Here’s the result: It’s not an ideal solution, because the “Carousel” functionality isn’t as clean as a nice lightbox…but whatchagonnado? Know of a better way to…
  • Prestige Conference on Saturday!

    Toby Cryns
    1 Oct 2014 | 2:15 pm
    I will be speaking at Prestige Conference on Saturday – can’t wait! My topic is called, “WordPress Moneyball”. The post Prestige Conference on Saturday! appeared first on The Mighty Mo! Design Co. LLC.
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    Digging into WP

  • Book Giveaway!

    Jeff Starr
    24 Nov 2014 | 3:50 pm
    To celebrate Thanksgiving, we’re giving away three copies of Digging Into WordPress! Winners will receive full access to the Members Area here at DigWP.com to download current versions of the book and all exclusive themes and bonus material. To participate, just leave a comment on this post sharing something for which you are thankful. To kick it off, I am thankful for a free and open Web :) Good luck! Fine print: Valid email required to win. Winners will be announced after Thanksgiving weekend :)
  • Mashshare for Social SEO

    Jeff Starr
    23 Nov 2014 | 4:18 pm
    I’ve been checking out Mashshare lately as a good social-media/share plugin. Besides delivering great features and a nice set of vector share buttons, Mashshare is lightweight and focused on performance. You can check it out at WordPress.org :) Direct link to article | View post at DigWP.com
  • Tools the Pros Use

    Jeff Starr
    13 Nov 2014 | 3:09 pm
    Bauke Roesink rounds up 126 top designers and asks them which software they use for web and graphic design. Super informative article with lots of insight :) Direct link to article | View post at DigWP.com
  • WordPress Themes In Depth

    Jeff Starr
    8 Sep 2014 | 12:02 pm
    Just launched my new book WordPress Themes In Depth! This book literally is packed with over 450 pages of in-depth theme-building action. If you want to develop, customize, and distribute your own WordPress themes, I think you will benefit greatly from this book. About WordPress Themes In Depth For most of this year, I have been focused heavily on WordPress theme development, pouring every ounce of knowledge, experience, and inspiration into this book. It’s filled with practical information and is just the right balance of theory, application, and technique. The book includes lots of…
  • Pile Gallery

    Jeff Starr
    2 Sep 2014 | 2:15 pm
    Awesome new gallery plugin that enables grouped animated galleries based on categories and more. Sorta hard to explain but you can see how it works via the demo. DigWP people can save a few bucks on the personal or developer version. Direct link to article | View post at DigWP.com
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    Smashing WP Themes

  • Understanding the nuts and bolts of WordPress Theme development standards

    Genkisan
    16 Nov 2014 | 9:15 pm
    Ever since WordPress came into existence, there have been continuous discussions regarding WordPress theme development and the varied options available to developers for building eye-catchy and fully-functional WordPress themes. Well, there’s actually no “one-size-fits-all answer” for the best methods that can be employed to build an outstanding WordPress theme. Through this post, I’ll be allowing you to gather an in-depth insight into the basic understanding of WordPress theme development standards that are being followed by both novice as well as proficient WordPress…
  • WP Theme: Journee for Magazines

    Genkisan
    6 Nov 2014 | 5:00 am
    Flexible enough for both short and long posts and is perfect for a journal blog, or even a news magazine Tokokoo Key Features of Journee WordPress Theme Responsive design 4 custom headers 10 single post layouts Multiple magazine/blog layouts for homepage 19 custom widgets Custom WordPress Post Formats Related posts Social media ready Price/Preview/Download Single License – $79.00 Demo | Download Niche Tags: Blogging, Magazine, News
  • WP Theme: Downtown for Restaurants

    Genkisan
    5 Nov 2014 | 5:00 am
    Best for food, recipe, cuisine website, bar, restaurant related websites TeslaThemes Key Features of Downtown WordPress Theme Responsive design Revolution Slider with awesome transitions effects & animations Reservations form Custom posts (Services, Testimonials, Team Members, Calendar, etc.) Custom shortcodes Google Maps support Social media ready Price/Preview/Download Single License – $39.00 Demo | Download Niche Tags: Blogging, Food, Recipes, Restaurant
  • WP Theme: Elegant for Blogging

    Genkisan
    29 Oct 2014 | 7:00 am
    Removes all the the fancy animations and graphic effects, and instead focuses more on your content. Crafted with minimal design and great attention to typography. Themify Key Features of Elegant WordPress Theme 7 color schemes Drag and Drop Builder for easy page layouts Masonry and Grid Layouts Auto-apply Grayscale, Blur, and Sephia filters to your images(no Photoshop required). Responsive design WooCommerce ready Retina ready Multiple post types Custom shortcodes Social media ready Price/Preview/Download Single License – $49.00 Demo | Download Niche Tags: Blogging, Portfolio
  • Theme Update: iPin Pro v2.0

    Genkisan
    26 Oct 2014 | 5:30 pm
    iPin Pro has been given a major revamp aesthetically. Version 2.0 now has a modern flat design and better responsive support for mobile devices. New features for iPin Pro: WordPress Pinterest Clone Theme Bootstrap 3.2 Fontawesome 4.2 User profile cover Popup notifications Bookmarklet can fetch background-image Guide for Upgraders There are some important changes to note in v2.0. Current users should read through the following before upgrading. Download the latest version at here. Backup your files and database. Upload all theme files (overwrite any existing files). If you have modified any…
 
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    PremiumWP

  • Black Friday WordPress Deals and Discounts 2014

    PremiumWP
    24 Nov 2014 | 3:05 am
    It’s that time of year again when you can get some great deals and big discounts in what has become the biggest shopping event of the year – Black Friday and Cyber Monday. There are always some fantastic sales, promotions and massive discounts on premium WordPress themes, plugins and services and we’ll be listing them all below. If you’ve been hanging out to buy a new premium WordPress theme or plugin this is the time to buy. It’s the biggest sale of the year. Be sure to check back throughout the week, as we’ll be updating this post with new deals and coupons as they’re…
  • WordPress Theme for Authors and Speakers

    PremiumWP
    22 Nov 2014 | 2:45 am
    Are you an author or a speaker looking to build a website with WordPress but struggling to find a suitable theme? Well let me introduce you to Fernando. Fernando is a mobile friendly WordPress theme created specifically for authors and speakers who need a professional yet affordable website quickly and easily. The premium theme from Web Savvy Marketing is the perfect marketing solution for authors, eBook writers, coaches, consultants and speakers. It includes lots of great features and options to highlight speaking engagements, promote books, create an online training program, create a…
  • 16 WordPress Plugins to Restrict Content Access

    vishnu
    19 Nov 2014 | 5:02 pm
    Great content can make you good money. People will also be willing to pay for great content. There’s no doubt that high quality content will help bring large numbers of visitors to your website. Once you have a sizeable audience for your website, the next big issue is how you choose to monetize your website. It typically involves using banner ads or a pay per click advertising service like AdSense. However there are a plethora of ways to make money from your website. One increasingly popular method involves making certain parts of your website accessible only to paid subscribers.You can…
  • WordPress Themes by Sir Lorem

    PremiumWP
    17 Nov 2014 | 2:42 am
    Sir Lorem is a new WordPress theme shop based in Hungary that sells simple and responsive WordPress themes. Sir Lorem was founded by Peter Banyavari in July 2014 and as he explains on the website they “develop easy to use and responsive WordPress themes with passion for you”. Sir Lorem is a rather unusual and interesting name for a theme company. I can only guess the name is a creative application of the filler text that’s commonly used in theme demo sites – lorem ipsum, with the honorific title of Sir indicating its superior status maybe? Sir Lorem WordPress Themes Sir Lorem…
  • Support Ticket, Live Chat & FAQ Plugins For WordPress

    vishnu
    15 Nov 2014 | 3:45 pm
    [Editor’s note: If you run a business you’ll no doubt need to answer customer inquires and provide consumer support on your website. If your websites runs on WordPress there are plenty of plugins available to help you make these tasks easier. In this article Vishnu Supreet takes a look at some premium and free WordPress plugins for adding support ticket management, FAQ sections, and live chat functionality to your website.] There are a plethora of businesses that provide various services ranging from website development to sales & marketing support. Any service provider, take for…
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    WPKube

  • Black Friday and Cyber Monday Sale 2014: Best WordPress Deals of the Year

    Devesh
    25 Nov 2014 | 5:01 am
    It is that crazy savings time of the year again, when people spend huge amounts of money on useless things. Before you head out and get all crazy on shopping spree, you should look at some of these awesome WordPress deals and discounts, and maybe invest in your online business. This could be a great opportunity to invest in your business and at the same time save a ton of money, because things are not going to get any cheaper than this for the entire year. There really isn’t a better time to start a new business or website, or invest some money in your business. Below we have listed the…
  • How to Move or Backup Your Website with the WordPress Duplicator Plugin

    Rachel Adnyana
    21 Nov 2014 | 4:00 am
    I’ve already mentioned how handy the Duplicator plugin is for backing up your WordPress sites, but where it really excels is when it comes to moving your sites to a new server. When I used to develop sites for clients, I would build them either locally on my own computer or online on my own webspace. The most difficult part of the process was always moving the site across to their server. When I first started developing websites, back in the late ‘90s (eek!), it was a simple case of uploading all the files via FTP and doing a quick test. WordPress is a lot more powerful than the simple…
  • Flow Flow Social Plugin Review: Add Social Feeds to Your WordPress Website

    Devesh
    20 Nov 2014 | 6:51 am
    Sometimes having a blog and promoting your content across the internet isn’t always enough. By nature human beings are inquisitive, curious creatures. We seek out knowledge wherever we can find it and often that information is of the personal kind. What is that person really like? What are their interests? What do they do in their spare time? These are all questions we secretly ask ourselves when reading our favorite blogs. We want to know the person behind the pen-name and so as authors, bloggers and businesses it makes sense to give our readers that information. I’m not talking about…
  • Bluehost WordPress Hosting Review and How-To Guide

    Stacey Corrin
    19 Nov 2014 | 4:00 am
    It’s not always easy finding the right hosting package for a new website. If you’re unfamiliar with how web hosting works, it can seem like a different language. Even if you’ve been self-hosting your websites for a while, there are many reasons why you might want to switch to a new provider. Finding a good deal relative to your needs can be tricky if you don’t know where to look. A good hosting provider should make it easy for you to get up and running. It should be affordable, with great support and instructions. Most of all it should have a reputation that precedes itself. Today I…
  • How Much Does It Really Cost To Start A WordPress Site

    Ariel Rule
    13 Nov 2014 | 4:00 am
    Even though WordPress’ services are generally free, managing a WordPress site really isn’t. Yes, while it is true that up to now, WordPress is free there are a lot of costs entailed in the site management side of things that is no joke. Of course, you can always try out a WordPress.com blog and casually create content in it. You won’t pay a dime, sure, but your blog will be located in a subdomain. That means you are granted the basic features and you really don’t own the identity of the website you have. Chances are that you don’t like particularly like that idea. You want your…
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  • Recently Active plugin tab in WordPress – little noticed, little understood

    Miriam Schwab
    6 Nov 2014 | 4:26 am
    We at illuminea HQ were discussing the newly released Bulk Deactivated plugin reviewed by WP Tavern and how useful it is for tracking which plugins have been deactivated as opposed to those which were already deactivated. Rebecca then said “but the Recently Active tab in the plugin management area shows you which plugins were recently deactivated.” But does it? And what does the very vague term “recently” really mean? Here is what we found out: Only the user who deactivated the plugin sees it under Recently Active Let’s say I deactivate Plugin X. The Recently…
  • How to import a CSV file into a WPML site with custom post types in WordPress

    Rebecca Markowitz
    28 Oct 2014 | 1:45 am
    I am working on a site that is multilingual (English and Hebrew) and we are using the WPML plugin to handle the translations/localization. We are using a custom post type on the site that has many entries and the client needed to import a bunch of entries in both languages. After trying several CSV importer plugins, the one that worked for me was the WP-CSV plugin Here’s how I used it, and what I learned along the way: Set up the CSV file column headings. In order to find out how to name the column headings, this plugin includes a very handy export tool, that exports a custom post…
  • WordPress notifications not working with Office 365 – and the magic fix!

    Rebecca Markowitz
    27 Oct 2014 | 1:45 am
    The Problem: All of a sudden, WordPress notifications (and Gravity Forms notifications as well) weren’t working from our client’s site. It turns out that WordPress admin notifications stopped working when they switched over to Office365. To try and solve the problem, we installed the Easy WP SMTP plugin with the following SMTP settings: However, the notifications still didn’t work!!! The solution: If you are using cPanel, go to MX Entry and select Remote Mail Exchanger! This post was originally published at WordPress notifications not working with Office 365 – and…
  • Getting into Genesis: How to use Custom Post Types and Taxonomies in the Featured Post Widget

    Rebecca Markowitz
    13 Jul 2014 | 7:18 am
    I’ve started dabbling with the Genesis framework lately, trying to see what all the rage is about. For one of my recent projects, I created a Custom Post Type called “Classes” using WPGenerate (the guys behind WPGenerate spoke at WordCamp Israel 2014). I wanted to display posts from said Classes custom post type via the Genesis Featured Post Widget, that comes bundled with Genesis, but unfortunately the widget only accepts… you guessed it…posts. So, I did some searching and the results led me to a really outdated plugin that didn’t work for me at…
  • Gravity Forms not sending email notifications? Here’s the Super Notification Sauce for Google Apps and Gmail with SMTP

    Rebecca Markowitz
    9 Jul 2014 | 1:16 am
    Well, here’s some Awesome Gravity Forms Notification Sauce (we’ll have to see if this usage will pass the Urban Dictionary critics). It’s been years now since we’ve been using Gravity Forms, and we’re still very much in love. All that dragging and dropping and integrating with PayPal, MailChimp, even Zoho CRM.  Everything is all unicorns and fairydust, except when it comes to notifications. In the past, notifications have occasionally gone to Spam, and now recently, sometimes they are not being received at all for one or two of our clients. This client uses…
 
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  • HAIL

    John
    25 Nov 2014 | 12:42 pm
    This is worth a few moments of your time. I love his 4 principles, HAIL: H: Honesty – Be clear and straight A: Authenticity – Be yourself I: Integrity – Be your word L: Love – Wish them well It’s hard not to remember this and think about the many people that you have encountered who are not this when it comes to interactions or personal and professional relationships. It also serves as a pressure point of introspection: How often have I not exhibited these clear lines of behavior with the people that I work with, that I serve, and that I hope to empower and…
  • New Glasses

    John
    23 Nov 2014 | 10:53 am
    New glasses. Yey. pic.twitter.com/yIqUSathmj — John Saddington (@saddington) November 21, 2014 I got some new glasses recently. This is not really news or anything special but I thought the process was kind of neat as they took a number of measurements of my face, eyes, and head and created a very custom pair of spectacles. It was all so magical. I tried on more than a few and they also had these neat glasses to gather measurements: And these here which revealed something very interesting: After I tried on this pair so that they might gather some exact measurements they shared with me…
  • An Entrepreneur’s Struggle to Understand “Need” and “Want”

    John
    22 Nov 2014 | 3:36 am
    I posted a few thoughts on the struggle that an entrepreneur has between “need” and “want”. Head over to Medium to give it a read. Also, would you do me a super-favor and “Recommend” the post as well? I admit that there’s a contest to get some Medium-related swag and I really want to win. Thanks in advance and have a great weekend folks! I’m spending my weekend at a soccer tournament for my @Roenne. The post An Entrepreneur’s Struggle to Understand “Need” and “Want” appeared first on John Saddington.
  • Celebrating with Family

    John
    21 Nov 2014 | 6:56 am
    #1 App in the App Store! My oldest daughter made this for me yesterday after her mother informed her that her Appa accomplished something really cool (it got “Featured“) with his small app, Desk. I know that she didn’t fully understand what had transpired but it was enough for her to get excited (and we decided to celebrate with popsicles as well because the app became “profitable” pulling in a net total of $71.65! I share some more thoughts on the context of that here via the Desk Blog). I love that we celebrate as often as we do and that we decide to do it as…
  • My Child’s Inner Entrepreneur

    John
    20 Nov 2014 | 6:48 am
    @saddington hi — Pressgram (@Pressgram) November 15, 2014 My oldest sent me into an emotional tailspin a few days ago when I discovered that someone had sent a tweet from an account that only I (and a trusted few) have keys to. As you can see, the first tweet was just a “hi” and I begin to literally conversate with the “rogue” tweeter trying to figure out who in the world was tweeting. And, they had an attitude about it too! @saddington me dodo — Pressgram (@Pressgram) November 15, 2014 I was frantic. I had no idea who was using the account and began…
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  • Get your Ecommerce Store Ready For this Holiday Season

    Justin
    25 Nov 2014 | 11:59 pm
    You are now at the cusp of what is considered the biggest online shopping season of the year! In addition to your catalogue transitioning from swimwear to sweaters, this is the time of the year when you need to cater to millions of buyers who are all a part of the Christmas frenzy. With demands higher than ever, the gap between brick-mortar stores and online stores is most evident during this time of the year. It is thus important for savvy seasonal strategists that can be found via outsourcing to help your website earn maximum traffic and subsequent profit. It is important for your ecommerce…
  • 6 Tips to Generate Leads this Thanksgiving Day for Ecommerce Vendors

    Justin
    25 Nov 2014 | 9:31 pm
    Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday has become known as the busiest shopping day of the year. Every store runs amazing sales that are too good to pass up. So why don’t you do something that help you generate more leads or traffic on your ecommerce store? If you are new to ecommerce, and don’t know how to attract people towards your store, then let me tell you some of the tips that help you get more leads this holiday season. Here are described with some of the tips and suggestions that one should be aware about the lead generation: Excellent designed website One of the most powerful tools…
  • Ecommerce startup sales this holiday season using m-commerce

    Susan
    24 Nov 2014 | 9:00 pm
    Ecommerce startup sales this holiday season depends largely on m-commerce (online sales through mobile devices). M-commerce is rapidly growing ecommerce sales every month. According a research report of IBM, m-commerce climbed 37 percent ecommerce sales in 2014 compared to last year. While most online shopping store are trying to take out time to create responsive ecommerce website startup online shops can start updated with m-commerce. Ecommerce startup sales this holiday season is largely depended on the m-commerce market share. Therefore, here are quick 4 tips for increasing Ecommerce…
  • Holiday guide for Small Entrepreneurial businesses climbing over Amazon

    Susan
    23 Nov 2014 | 9:05 pm
    Holiday season accounts for about 40 percent profits of online shopping stores. Small ecommerce stores are heading out with a well prepared online shopping store but still wondering if they can pick up their share of profits. With large scale online shopping store like AMAZON, it is difficult for small ecommerce shops to compete. It is difficult but possible with our Holiday guide for Small Entrepreneurial businesses climbing over Amazon. You can add up profits to your online shopping store beating Amazon! Tips from Holiday guide for Small Entrepreneurial businesses climbing over Amazon…
  • Ecommerce Owners losing out ecommerce sales to their competitors? Here is WHY! Part 2

    Susan
    23 Nov 2014 | 8:55 pm
    Continuing from the major reasons because of which Ecommerce Owners losing out ecommerce sales to their competitors. Proper channel selection and approaching your potential customers with optimized content are basic regular updates every ecommerce business needs. There are more such factors which are often overlooked by online shopping store. Ecommerce Owners losing out ecommerce sales to their competitors because of the following: Ecommerce Owners losing out ecommerce sales to their competitors as they lack behind in Prioritizing Personalized Approach Profitable Personalizing trend is often…
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    The Expand2Web Blog

  • 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…
  • Customer Driven #7 – What is the Difference Between Getting Reviews and Earning Reviews?

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

    Brenda Barron
    25 Nov 2014 | 5:00 am
    WordPress is an amazing content management system right out of the box, but to really stand out from the crowd and improve conversion you’ll need a few plugins. There are so many plugins available for WordPress that deciding which to use and which to avoid can be an overwhelming process. This list will cover plugins that are essential, plugins that are not so essential, and how to manage them.
  • WordPress Black Friday & Cyber Monday 2014 Deals

    Mark Zahra
    24 Nov 2014 | 9:00 am
    You've all been waiting for these next few weeks. It's Black Friday & Cyber Monday time. Special offers and great deals galore! To make your search for what's on offer this year (2014) that much quicker we've put together a list below including all the deals on offer. Don't miss out. There are some really awesome deals out there!
  • SendinBlue – Email Marketing that won’t Break the Bank

    Mark Zahra
    24 Nov 2014 | 5:00 am
    Marketing is one of the most, if not THE most, important aspects of a business. If you've got a great product or service but have no idea of how to market it to the right audience, what's the point?
  • Hide My WP Giveaway – Get One of Three Regular Licenses

    Alyona Galea
    24 Nov 2014 | 4:00 am
    Today we teamed up with Hide My WP to deliver you this cool giveaway. You have a chance to win one of three regular licenses of Hide My WP plugin worth $22 each.
  • WordPress Made Easy with These Free Resources

    Alyona Galea
    21 Nov 2014 | 5:59 am
    Coffee beans for your creativity! We've brought together some of the best high quality freebies including templates, icons, vector badges, themes, patterns and so many more. Download them and spice up your next web project.
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    WP Daily Themes

  • Black Friday and Cyber Monday Sale 2014: Best Deals

    Peter
    26 Nov 2014 | 12:56 am
    Black Friday and Cyber Monday is approaching which means you can make great deals and crazy savings. Black Friday is often associated as the beginning of the Christmas shopping season. Over the upcoming extended weekend you can make exclusive and amazing deals. If we’re talking WordPress, and as we are a website that focuses on everything related to WordPress, we would like highlight some awesome WordPress deals and discounts for 2014. We’ve rounded up some hot deals from leading companies as you can check out in the list below. Are you looking WordPress themes, plugins, hosting,…
  • Top 10 New Free WordPress Themes November 2014 Edition

    Peter
    25 Nov 2014 | 12:00 am
    It’s time again to summarize the month that has passed. As always, it is very fun to put together the monthly list with free WordPress themes. Although it has not been a lot of free themes releases this month. The themes in the collection is of extremely high quality. All themes are very interesting and I am confident that you will find one or more themes that you will like and maybe can use on your own WordPress website. There are themes to choose from for all possible niches. A personal stylish theme? Perhaps an eCommerce theme for your online shop? An elegant business and corporate…
  • Twitter Releasing Vine WordPress Plugin to Automatically Turn Vine Links Into Embedded Vines

    Peter
    24 Nov 2014 | 12:30 am
    Twitter has released a free Vine WordPress plugin to make it easier for all WordPress users to automatically turn Vine links into embedded Vines.The plugin automatically adjusts displayed Vine embeds to the content width of your theme and offers embed previews inside your post editor. For those of you who do not know what Vine is, here’s a short description: Vine is a short-form video sharing service. It was founded in June 2012, and was acquired by Twitter in October 2012. A vine can be defined by users record and edit five to six-second-long looping video clips. Vine has become an…
  • 10 Biggest Business Players Who Trust and Use WordPress

    Peter
    22 Nov 2014 | 12:30 am
    If you think WordPress is just about personal musings that reach a relatively small audience, get prepared for a surprise. At the travel startup where I work, we decided to see how big WordPress really is and how its application has changed over time. The truth is that WordPress powers some of the most impressive websites around. Have a look at top 10 business giants that chose WordPress as their platform of choice. 1. TechCrunch This is a website familiar to everyone in the tech industry – with millions of visitors each month and countless articles and news pieces added every week,…
  • Storefront – A New Free WordPress Theme by WooThemes

    Peter
    21 Nov 2014 | 8:49 am
    Online shops and eCommerce using WooCommerce has increased exponentially in recent years. On the WooThemes blog you can read that the WooCommerce plugin passed 5 million downloads. Which is an outstanding achievement. WooCommerce has become the global market-leading eCommerce solution. The plugin can be used in basically on all WordPress websites. And it’s available for free. Recently WooThemes released a new free WordPress theme – Storefront. It is a eCommerce theme that comes with a deep integration with the market-leading WooCommerce plugin. This is the perfect theme if you…
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  • 4 Lessons Learned in ManageWP Support

    Nemanja Aleksic
    17 Nov 2014 | 6:29 am
    Being a customer has never been better. The market has abandoned the seller mentality and adopted the customer relation mantra, most of all because of social media which carries the word of mouth far and wide. Don’t believe me? Just ask United Airlines, whose poor handling of a single incident cost them $180 million USD If your company is providing a service in a competitive market, you can stand out in two ways – by being dirt cheap or by providing an outstanding service. If you’re striving for the latter, there will be no mercy. No quarter given. You have to be the best,…
  • What if WordPress had an advisory board?

    Vladimir Prelovac
    25 Oct 2014 | 12:32 am
    Before going into the theoretical exercise of answering my own question, I wanted to reflect on the current state of things. Talking with people involved with WordPress, I’ve heard a lot of interpretations of how they believe WordPress is currently governed and who sets direction and vision. That is interesting to note, as it tells that the current situation is probably not communicated in the best way. Many think WordPress is being governed by Automattic which is formally wrong. Automattic is a private company in charge of WordPress.com, VaultPress and several other products. Many also…
  • How a four second longer loading time can cause you to lose 50% traffic

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

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

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

    admin
    23 Nov 2014 | 12:53 pm
    One of the biggest bugbears for any business is marketing. It’s a word that means you must spend a lot of money. That money gets used for telling people who you are and why your products and services will help solve their problems. Of course, there are right ways and wrong ways to market your ...The post Check Out These Creative & Innovative Ways To Market Your Products appeared first on Best Tips and Tutorial for Wordpress Blogger with Plugins, Widgets, premium themes, SEO tricks and social media..
  • Thanksgiving Parade

    admin
    22 Nov 2014 | 3:24 pm
    After the Thanksgiving Day was declared as a federal as well as public holiday the celebrations are added with some new activities in the list. Out of different new modern ways of celebration Thanksgiving Parade was one of them. Here is a huge list of thanksgiving padres that are being carried out from 1924 till ...The post Thanksgiving Parade appeared first on Best Tips and Tutorial for Wordpress Blogger with Plugins, Widgets, premium themes, SEO tricks and social media..
  • Happy Mothers Day Pictures 2014, images, Quotes, Photos, Cards, Wallpapers

    admin
    7 May 2014 | 1:58 am
    Are you waiting for Mothers Day 2014? Mother Day 2014 will be celebrated on 11th May 2014. Here we have collected Mothers Day Pictures, Photos, Wallpapers. Here you can download all the images, some are Happy Mothers Day Pictures comes with Quotes.Happy Mothers Day Pictures 2014, images, Quotes, Photos, Cards, Wallpapers. Happy Mothers Day Pictures ...The post Happy Mothers Day Pictures 2014, images, Quotes, Photos, Cards, Wallpapers appeared first on Best Tips and Tutorial for Wordpress Blogger with Plugins, Widgets, premium themes, SEO tricks and social media..
  • India 272+ Volunteer Mobile App APK, for PC free Download

    admin
    4 Jan 2014 | 12:16 pm
    India 272+ Volunteer as the name suggests is something about the politics, Indian Politics. To be more specific, it’s about Narendra Modi and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Just a couple of months before, Modi Run game was published on Google play and it got 1 Million installations. Smart Namo android phone and tablets hits the ...The post India 272+ Volunteer Mobile App APK, for PC free Download appeared first on Best Tips and Tutorial for Wordpress Blogger with Plugins, Widgets, premium themes, SEO tricks and social media..
  • Dreamworld Level 20 Candy Crush Saga Dreamworld 20 Tips, Help, Cheats, Strategy

    admin
    21 Dec 2013 | 7:52 pm
    Candy Crush Saga Dreamworld Level 20 Tips:The post Dreamworld Level 20 Candy Crush Saga Dreamworld 20 Tips, Help, Cheats, Strategy appeared first on Best Tips and Tutorial for Wordpress Blogger with Plugins, Widgets, premium themes, SEO tricks and social media..
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    Lady WP

  • From Zero To Hero – Niche Blog Case Study Part 12

    Lady WP
    1 Nov 2014 | 1:01 pm
    October has come and gone and I have to say, my Amazon review site has given me a nice surprise. I actually reached the monthly goal I had set for it at the beginning of this year ($50/month in affiliate commissions). I hope to do this again as I want to do this every month, […] The post From Zero To Hero – Niche Blog Case Study Part 12 appeared first on Lady WordPress.
  • An Azon Gold Miner Review – Introduction

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

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

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

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

  • Get Your WordPress Power Cyber Package

    Bob Dunn
    25 Nov 2014 | 8:16 am
    Okay, this is the best deal I’ve ever offered. If you’ve been thinking about improving your WordPress site to attract more visitors in the new year: Imagine… Accessing  a full year of my BobWP tutorials to help you learn the WordPress basics and set up select WooThemes, Genesis child themes and WooCommerce. Plus Getting my […] The post Get Your WordPress Power Cyber Package appeared first on WordPress Video Tutorials and Training by BobWP.           
  • It’s Not That Hard. Taming the Apostrophe.

    Judy Dunn
    24 Nov 2014 | 5:00 am
    This is a guest post by Judy Lee Dunn Where did it start? Who was the one who first put the apostrophe in where it didn’t belong? Was it some bartender who innocently printed Tequila Tuesday’s on the specials board one day? Or maybe it was the appliance store that advertised Used Refrigerator’s and Washing […] The post It’s Not That Hard. Taming the Apostrophe. appeared first on WordPress Video Tutorials and Training by BobWP.           
  • How To Delete Your Default Admin User Name Safely

    Bob Dunn
    18 Nov 2014 | 7:35 am
    If you are still using a default admin or want to delete another user, this step-by-step process will make sure that you don’t lose any of your valuable content and to help increase the security of your site. You can either watch the video or follow the step-by-step screenshots. This is also the process to […] The post How To Delete Your Default Admin User Name Safely appeared first on WordPress Video Tutorials and Training by BobWP.           
  • Add Custom Links On Default WordPress Gallery Images

    Bob Dunn
    12 Nov 2014 | 5:00 am
    Sometimes the default gallery built into WordPress does the job just fine. You don’t need anything fancy. But the one thing that I feel it lacks is the ability to add a custom link to the thumbnail. For example, if I create a galley, then edit it, by clicking on the image my only link options are: […] The post Add Custom Links On Default WordPress Gallery Images appeared first on WordPress Video Tutorials and Training by BobWP.           
  • What Is WooCommerce?

    Bob Dunn
    11 Nov 2014 | 5:00 am
    Recently I added a new series of video tutorials on WooCommerce here on my site. To give you a taste of what to expect, here is the first in the series. Enjoy! WooCommerce is the most popular and used cCommerce plugin for WordPress. This tutorial includes one video. In this tutorial you will wrap your brain […] The post What Is WooCommerce? appeared first on WordPress Video Tutorials and Training by BobWP.           
 
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  • 6 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…
  • Happy Independence Day

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

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

  • Doze Sites Stats & Income: October 2014

    Dragos
    3 Nov 2014 | 3:46 am
    For an year I haven’t done this report as I have stopped with the online sites to create sites for other here in Romania. Now I am planing to continue with the online sites as I like more doing this then creating sites. I will also continue with the site making but they will come in the second place. I have just started putting more and more articles on the sites that I have and I will continue to do so in the future. In this article I would like to put the stats for my 3 Doze sites that I have and try to promote currently.   Traffic status Bitdoze.com Status   The traffic is…
  • Free Facebook Like Exchanges to Promote Your Stuffs

    Dragos
    1 Nov 2014 | 8:31 am
    Facebook is a must now for your business and for your site, promoting your business and page is important and doesn’t cost money as I have found out this days. I have a couple of blogs that are in the dying need of likes :). While I was searching online to have more likes I have stumble upon a site that is helping me get more likes, the site is not only offer the possibility to have more likes on Facebook but also has Twitter, YouTube and all the networks that are popular and where you need to promote your site business. The site that I am speaking about is Like-ex.com, it is offering…
  • DigitalOcean Review – Affordable VPS For Your Site

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

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

    Dragos
    10 Sep 2013 | 1:27 am
    It looks like Google is changing again something in his algorithm as some of my site traffic has decreased again. Until now nothing is confirmed by Google but for sure something is planned for September as I see a decrease in traffic of 20-30% on my site. It looks like also this month is not a good month for my sites and gain Google screwed me and my sites I am really starting to hate Google and his updates. Also from the information’s that I have seen Google is trying to favorize the big sites again (what a surprise). Another article that I have found with the September Google…
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  • Best Of Snippets Collection Part – 3

    Karan Chopra
    25 Nov 2014 | 5:32 pm
    How To Highlight Search Results In WordPress Adding the following snippet will let you highlight search results in WordPress.<?php // Replace the_exerpt() with: $excerpt = get_the_excerpt(); $keys = explode(" ",$s); $excerpt = preg_replace('/('.implode('|', $keys) .')/iu', '<strong class="search-excerpt">\0</strong>', $excerpt); echo $excerpt;Snippet Source/Credit: WPRecipes.com How To Include Future Post In RSS Feed In WordPress Adding the following snippet to your theme’s functions.php file will let you include future post in RSS feed in WordPress.<?php /* Include…
  • Best Of WordPress New Portfolio Themes

    Karan Chopra
    24 Nov 2014 | 5:35 pm
    While the portfolio niche themes we covered earlier also, but since from then, a lot and lot new portfolio themes starts making their huge place in the market. This is because; we are presenting a whole new list of best of WordPress new portfolio themes. ROSIE Key Features Unlimited Sidebars Builton WhiteBoard Framework Buil-in Ajax Theme Options Panel (VAFPRESS) Compatible with WordPress 4.0 Custom and customized Visual Composer components, more than 30 –– Retina Optimized Side Navigation 100% Fluid Responsive – Fits any device perfectly Tested on real devices WordPress Multisite…
  • Best Of Photoshop Paper Patterns For You

    Karan Chopra
    23 Nov 2014 | 5:33 pm
    While I keep on covering about different graphics but thanks to constant readers’ demand which I am getting, I am sharing the fresh new list of best of Photoshop paper patterns for you. Rough Paper Textures [Explore] Paper Patterns Pack [Explore] Paper Pattern 2.0 [Explore] 24 Grid Patterns [Explore] Parchment Paper Patterns [Explore] Corrugated Paper Patterns [Explore] Seamless Paper Patterns [Explore] The post Best Of Photoshop Paper Patterns For You appeared first on JustWP - Best WordPress Website Themes, Plugins, Tutorials, Tips For Beginners.
  • Best Of Snippets Collection Part – 2

    Karan Chopra
    20 Nov 2014 | 5:36 pm
    How To Display Total Number Of Comments In WordPress Adding the following snippet will let you display total number of comments in WordPress.<?php $numcomms = $wpdb->get_var("SELECT COUNT(*) FROM $wpdb->comments WHERE comment_approved = '1'"); if (0 < $numcomms) { $numcomms = number_format($numcomms); echo "There's ".$numcomms." total comments on my blog"; } ?>Snippet Source/Credit: PHPMagicBook.com How To Force Categories Widget To Show Empty Categories In WordPress The following snippet will let you force categories widget to show empty categories in WordPress.<?php…
  • Best WordPress Resources For You

    Karan Chopra
    18 Nov 2014 | 5:32 pm
    Featuring on the World Wide Web can open up a number of avenues for you. Hosting a website of your own not only makes your presence felt by billions but it might even help you in your business endeavors, by attracting a lot of customers. The usefulness of a website doesn’t end here, if you have a blog or personal website, it can prove to be a sustained source of income for years to come. Now that you are ready to start sculpt your dreams, you might be wondering about the appropriate tool you might use, that would ease your endeavours. There are a number of tools that can prove to be…
 
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  • How to Remind Newly Registered Users to Change Their Password

    Editor
    19 Nov 2014 | 5:38 am
    When you create and add a new user account, you need to create a new password to the user account. For this, I usually use a random password generator to create a strong password for the user. Furthermore, there’s an option to send the password to the users. One of the very first things for the users after logging in to their account is to change the randomly generated password sent them. However, many of the users forgot to do this or simply don’t know where to do this. To make it easier for both of you and the users, simply install and activate Password Pointer plugin which is…
  • Easily Display Related Posts on WordPress With Related Posts for WordPress Plugin

    Editor
    10 Nov 2014 | 7:41 pm
    Adding list of related posts to your articles helps users navigate to similar topis they’re currently reading and keeps people longer on your site, thus keeps your bounce rate low. Although there are few plugins available out there to display related posts on your WordPress site, most of them seem hard to work with or having performance issue. I’ve tried numerous other plugins to display related posts on some other sites and highly recommend Related Posts for WordPress plugin for its great caching system and flexibility. There are few ways to display the related posts on your…
  • 6X Faster WordPress Hosting From A2 Hosting

    Editor
    3 Nov 2014 | 7:41 am
    If you’re looking for new WordPress Hosting, look no further than A2 Hosting.  Already more than 10 years in this industry, they’ve been getting lots of positive reviews for their top-notch customer supports and great hosting performance. Fun fact: Did you know A2 Hosting offers their own brand of Green Hosting called FutureServe that leaves no carbon footprint? The “A2” in their name stands for Ann Arbor, Michigan which is home to over 150k trees. Plans and Pricing Their basic plan, Prime, is priced at a low monthly fee of $4.97. However, if you care about your site loading…
  • How to Force Button to Be at The Center

    Editor
    30 Oct 2014 | 5:39 am
    In today’s tutorial, I’d to show to a little hack to force button to be at the center of the page. This was one of the little things I’ve to do for one of the recent projects for my client. Here’s the final result: First, to add a button, all you need is a line of HTML code like this: View this code snippet on GitHub. Then, to place two buttons side-by-side as shown above, you can re-use the HTML code above twice: View this code snippet on GitHub. Here’s the trick. To force the button to be at the center using text-align: center  on the .button class simply…
  • How to Prevent Editors from Adding New Categories in WordPress

    Editor
    28 Oct 2014 | 6:16 am
    In a recent project for a client, I needed to prevent non-admin users from adding new categories from the post editor screen. By default, WordPress allows users with admin and editor roles to manage categories and in this tutorial I’ll show you how to prevent editors from adding new categories. For this one specific case, I wanted to remove the ability for editors to add new categories since I do not want them to mess up with all other configurations have been made to the site. To prevent editors from adding or creating a new category, you can remove the manage_categories role from…
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  • Top 10 Free Online Tools for Web Developers

    tesla
    17 Nov 2014 | 1:16 am
    Everyone will tell you that life as a web developer can get very hectic at times. That’s why most developers are always on the lookout for tools that can make their life easier. In this article we have gathered some of the most useful free tools for web developers. 1. GitHub If you haven’t come across GitHub, then chances are you have been living under a rock for the last many years. GitHub is a Git repository hosting service. GIthub is fully web based which means you can use it anywhere without having to download anything first. 2. Codepen Codepen is every coders best friend, not…
  • Tricks on Developing Cool Shopping Cart Designs

    tesla
    11 Nov 2014 | 4:33 am
    Pretty often, after we have come up with the necessary item, we face a complicated shopping cart design, with multiple odd fields that draw our attention away from the focal point. The latter can make users simply leave this store and look for a better organized one, with usable shopping cart that won’t require hours to be filled out. In order for this not to happen, we have decided to share some basic effective tricks on how to develop cool shopping cart designs that would make your visitors come back. A usable shopping cart design is the core of any ecommerce website. It not only provides…
  • WordPress in the news: October edition

    tesla
    5 Nov 2014 | 11:48 pm
    We’ve compiled a list of the most recent WordPress news and announcements for October, 2014. A lot of interesting things happened last month, feel free to share more stories by leaving a comment. WordPress Automattic announced the possibility of adding Gmail, Calendar, and Drive to Your Site. Forbes tries to answer to the Question: Which E-Commerce Platform Is The Best Choice For Your Online Store? Entrepreneur advises you on the 7 WordPress Plugins Your Site Needs in order to Succeed. WPTavern Matt Mullenweg delivered his annual State of the Word address at WordCamp San Francisco.
  • Halloween Promo: 40% OFF on Everything

    tesla
    28 Oct 2014 | 2:55 am
    We’re celebrating Halloween with a great offer: get 40% discount on all our Premium WordPress Themes and Subscription Packs. This is a limited time offer: hurry up, you have only 4 days (offer expires on 2nd of November, 2014)! PROMOTION DETAILS: When? From 30th October, 2014 to 2nd November, 2014 What do I get? 40% OFF on all our WordPress Themes and Subscription Plans Who is eligible? Everyone who buys any of our premium themes Note: The promotion is valid only for purchases on our site HOW TO BENEFIT? 1) Choose your WordPress Theme or Subscription Plan – simply choose your best…
  • Downtown – our 30th WordPress Theme Released

    tesla
    27 Oct 2014 | 1:18 am
    We’ve just achieved another great milestone: our 30th Premium WordPress theme is live now. Meet Downtown – a stylish Restaurant WordPress Theme with modern, elegant design and a wide set of dedicated features: Revolution slider, Parallax effect, filterable menu, order form, recipe pages, custom shortcodes and much more. Have a look: Live DemoMore Info We have some more beautiful designs to reveal (another 2 themes are in the works now), so keep an eye on TeslaThemes! The post Downtown – our 30th WordPress Theme Released appeared first on TeslaThemes.
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  • Download Modernize WordPress theme v3.15 Free

    Admin
    17 Nov 2014 | 8:03 am
    Download Modernize WordPress Theme Free. Modernize v3.15 is the flexibility of WordPress. Modernize WordPress theme is packed with a lot of of mind blowing features. The theme is running on more than... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Download King Size v5.0 – Fullscreen Background WordPress Theme

    Admin
    17 Nov 2014 | 7:33 am
    Download King Size v5.0 – Fullscreen Background WordPress Theme. King Size v5.0 is a fully responsive background wordpress theme that comes packed with 6 different Gallery types, unique... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Download StudioPress Pro Plus Theme Package -Sep 2014

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

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

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    25 Sep 2014 | 3:35 pm
    Download Avada v3.6.1 Responsive Multi-Purpose Theme. Avada WordPress Theme is one of the best multipurpose wordpress theme on themeforest. Avadav3.6.1 is running on more than 87k websites with a... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
 
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  • How to fix “Maximum execution time of 30 seconds exceeded” Error While Updating WordPress in Localhost?

    Shrinivas
    22 Nov 2014 | 3:13 am
    Localhost (127.0.0.1) is like a playground for developers, it is a best place to create and test the WordPress themes as well as plugins. But it is an important task to update the localhost WordPress to the most recent version to ensure the compatibility of your WordPress themes and plugins. While updating WordPress in localhost you might have faced an error such as “Fatal error: Maximum execution time of 30 seconds exceeded” which interrupts the wordpress update process. Well.. This error occurs because your PHP setting restricts the downloading of latest wordpress files after 30 seconds…
  • Legal things to consider when setting up a website in different countries

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

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

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

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

    Sam Sinton
    25 Nov 2014 | 4:16 am
    Today I will be looking at WordPress finance themes that have been specifically designed for financial companies. Weather you are a loans broker, mortgage consultant, or work in some other financial field than we hope you will find the WordPress theme here that will match your ambition. Empire Now I don’t often recommend themes from template monster as some support can be lacking from the authors, however I have made it my duty for financial themes to do at least a little research into the themes, and have only selected those that I know have been created by reputable authors, or have a…
  • The Best Shortcode Plugins for Improving Your WordPress Content

    Joe Fylan
    15 Nov 2014 | 11:40 pm
    Shortcodes are placeholders you add to your WordPress posts and pages, which are then replaced by more content or code when that post or page goes live. If you are new to shortcodes in WordPress then this article we published a while ago will get you up to speed.  However, for a quick overview, here is a brief description: A simple example of a shortcode would be a small string of text that is added to a post, and then when the post is published, the shortcode is replaced by an attractive and eye catching button. This button would then be used to generate more clicks than a regular text,…
  • Best Celebrity Lifestyle Magazine Themes 2014

    Sam Sinton
    6 Nov 2014 | 1:00 am
    Celebrity lifestyle blogs and online magazines have become increasingly popular over the previous few years, and one particular reason for this is that social media can generate a lot of traffic on this particular topic. Today I have decided to create a list of the very best celebrity magazine & blogging WordPress themes for those wanting to get involved in reporting the latest celebrity fashion, trends and gossip. WordPress has allowed those with a passion to write about anything, and many have made there fortune by writing specifically about the celebrity lifestyle – I have merely…
  • How to Add an FAQ to Your WordPress Website to Help Your Visitors

    Joe Fylan
    5 Nov 2014 | 2:45 am
    Here at WP Squared we recently took a look at some the best help desk plugins for supporting your product or services with WordPress. However, there is more than one way to deliver support to your users and another popular method is to create an FAQ or frequently asked questions page on your site. If you want to make it as easy as possible to publish answers to frequently asked questions, then using one of the free or premium FAQ plugins below will help you meet your goals. The Top Rated Free and Premium WordPress FAQ Plugins While you could just create a new WordPress page and then add your…
  • Best Nursery WordPress Themes 2014

    Kevin Muldoon
    4 Nov 2014 | 2:00 am
    WordPress is used by such a large variety of business’ that it is almost impossible to create a list for every eventuality, however today I would like to bring you our collection of the very best nursery WordPress themes. These themes have been chosen for those looking to build a website for children’s day care centers, kindergartens, nurseries, and any other young learning center that needs a great theme to match their amazing service. Below is our list of the very best nursery WordPress themes for 2014. Fable This WordPress theme is fully responsive, and comes with an easy to…
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    Indexwp

  • Lovers Theme Review: Music WordPress Theme

    Imbesat Fatema
    25 Nov 2014 | 4:23 am
    Lovers Theme is a bold and unique Music WordPress theme released this year by Tesla Themes. Lovers theme can be used for blog, music band, musicians, event websites or any music related websites. Lovers theme has a very clean and attractive design and comes with all the features to power your music website. Lovers theme […] The post Lovers Theme Review: Music WordPress Theme appeared first on Indexwp.
  • Zeon Theme Review: Ecommerce WordPress Theme

    Imbesat Fatema
    24 Nov 2014 | 4:28 am
    Zeon is a clean and responsive, premium Ecommerce WordPress theme released by Tesla Themes this year. Zeon is powered by Woo Commerce, the most popular Ecommerce plugin and it is packed with all the features required to run an online shop. Zeon is modern theme with elegant design and it is best suited for blog, […] The post Zeon Theme Review: Ecommerce WordPress Theme appeared first on Indexwp.
  • Explore WordPress Writing 201: Longform

    Imbesat Fatema
    24 Nov 2014 | 1:17 am
    Blogging has come a long way but it is still considered less serious kind of writing. Not anymore! WordPress has come up with a latest writing course in its Blogging University, ‘Writing 201: Beyond the Blog post’, to help you write longer pieces. This course is a product of Longreads, you can enroll in this […] The post Explore WordPress Writing 201: Longform appeared first on Indexwp.
  • Zero Theme Review: Multipurpose WordPress Theme

    Imbesat Fatema
    23 Nov 2014 | 2:43 am
    Zero is a clean, elegant multipurpose WordPress theme released by Tesla Themes this year. Zero has a responsive and minimalistic design that draws the focus on the content of the website. Zero theme is a modern theme and is best suited for business, portfolio, blog, creative agency or photography websites. It is packed with features […] The post Zero Theme Review: Multipurpose WordPress Theme appeared first on Indexwp.
  • Sevenfold Theme Review: Multipurpose WordPress Theme

    Imbesat Fatema
    22 Nov 2014 | 2:43 am
    Sevenfold theme is a creative multipurpose WordPress theme from Tesla Themes. It has a clean, modern, minimalistic design meant for business websites, blog, portfolio, creative agency and related websites. Sevenfold with its reasonable price of $39, is a great bet. Sevenfold is fully responsive WordPress theme, packed with features and has a great loading speed. […] The post Sevenfold Theme Review: Multipurpose WordPress Theme appeared first on Indexwp.
 
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  • WPEka Club’s Exclusive Black Friday / Cyber Monday Deal

    Disha
    25 Nov 2014 | 11:16 pm
    The post WPEka Club’s Exclusive Black Friday / Cyber Monday Deal appeared first on WPEka. Get 50% Off All Plans WPEka Club has over 70 premium WordPress products including 26 themes and 45 plugins. A new plugin is released every week! So that’s a whopping 4 new products each month! Coupon Code: WPEKABF14 Join Link: http://club.wpeka.com/join Don’t miss out on the opportunity to grab WPEka Club’s super-super-special deal. Hurry! Deal Expires […] The post WPEka Club’s Exclusive Black Friday / Cyber Monday Deal appeared first on WPEka.
  • Behind the Scenes with WP Building Blocks

    Disha
    25 Nov 2014 | 10:04 pm
    The post Behind the Scenes with WP Building Blocks appeared first on WPEka. If you want to get your WordPress basics right, then here’s a must-bookmark blog. Happy to present Susanna Perkins from WordPress Building Blocks today. Its awesome how she walks you through complex ideas using an easy-to-understand analogy. You can also signup for her exclusive 7-part email series to build an effective WordPress website. Here’s our […] The post Behind the Scenes with WP Building Blocks appeared first on WPEka.
  • Your Blog Accepts Guest Posts ?

    Kevin Muldoon
    21 Nov 2014 | 2:57 am
    The post Your Blog Accepts Guest Posts ? appeared first on WPEka. Guest posting is a popular way for bloggers to increase exposure to their blogs. It can be beneficial to both parties as the blogger can gain new subscribers to their blog and the owner of the blog the post is published on gets free content. If you choose to accept blog posts on your blog, […] The post Your Blog Accepts Guest Posts ? appeared first on WPEka.
  • How to Increase Your Followers with Pop Ups

    Kevin Muldoon
    19 Nov 2014 | 10:07 pm
    The post How to Increase Your Followers with Pop Ups appeared first on WPEka. Pop up messages are an effective way of increasing your followers online. They can be used to encourage visitors to subscribe to your email newsletter or promote your social media profiles. There are a number of WordPress plugins available that help you display pop ups on your website. In this article, I would like to […] The post How to Increase Your Followers with Pop Ups appeared first on WPEka.
  • WordPress News: WP-Photographers Opens Its Doors

    Ariel Rule
    19 Nov 2014 | 4:32 am
    The post WordPress News: WP-Photographers Opens Its Doors appeared first on WPEka. As both a WordPress web designer and a photographer, I have to admit that I was quite excited to hear about a new website called WP-Photographers. It’s been a few months since it was launched, but WP-Photographers is turning out to be an impressive website for photographers who are looking to understand WordPress. A Little […] The post WordPress News: WP-Photographers Opens Its Doors appeared first on WPEka.
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  • Hostgator Black Friday 2014 Discount – Upto 75% Off

    Tesur Rajan
    25 Nov 2014 | 9:35 am
    I hope you are having a great Thanksgiving holiday! And now Black Friday is almost around the corner so I would like to share with you an insanely incredible Hostgator Black Friday offer which will […]
  • WPEngine Black Friday and Cyber Monday Sale: FREE 4 Months

    Tesur Rajan
    20 Nov 2014 | 11:28 pm
    Last year, WPEngine run an exclusive Black Friday/Cyber Monday campaign in which they offered $25 off on first 3 months of service. If you missed that deal and you still want to try their optimized […]
  • 12 Website Where You Can Buy Images For Commercial Use

    Tesur Rajan
    13 Nov 2014 | 12:58 am
    Finding an image online is as easy as finding any other information using a search engine. In fact many search engines give you image results for almost everything you search for. However, many of these […]
  • 7 Best Medical WordPress Themes For Doctors & Dentists

    Tesur Rajan
    2 Nov 2014 | 1:49 am
    If you wish to design an extraordinary and professional websites for doctors, dentists then the medical WordPress themes would best suit your requirements. These themes are especially designed for health and medical websites and blogs. […]
  • 7 Best WordPress Political Themes For Candidates

    Tesur Rajan
    31 Aug 2014 | 10:36 pm
    Political blogs never go out of trend. Now a day every candidate or politician must own a website that would act as a medium of communication between the citizens and him. This would enable him […]
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  • Introducing Passwds.io

    Tyler Longren
    2 Nov 2014 | 6:03 am
    Pronounceable Password Generator I’d had this code sitting around for a while and decided to make a new site dedicated to it. It’s called passwds.io. It’s a simple service that produces pseudo-random passwords that have some elements that can actually be pronounced, hopefully making them easier to remember. I do not recall where I got the original code to generate the pronounceable passwords, but am trying to find the source so I can credit where it’s deserved. I threw thew site at passwds.io together in about an hour using the newest Bootstrap, PHP, and jQuery.
  • Quickly Deploy LAMP Stacks with ServerPilot

    Tyler Longren
    27 Oct 2014 | 6:37 am
    The best way to run PHP websites, and it’s free I have yet to use ServerPilot, but will be setting up a new VPS at DigitalOcean in the coming weeks for a new venture. ServerPilot makes getting a LAMP stack setup very quickly. ServerPilot will automatically install Nginx, Apache, PHP, and MySQL on a new, freshly installed/created, 64-bit Ubuntu 12.04 or Ubuntu 14.04. So if you’re using DigitalOcean, create your Droplet, and SSH to it. You should be able to harden SSH up a little, but make sure you don’t install any new packages yet. Getting Started Getting started with…
  • Placezombie: The Zombie Image Placeholder Service

    Tyler Longren
    23 Oct 2014 | 5:49 am
    Zombie Placeholder Images Are Back And just in time for Halloween! I wrote a post about my 10 favorite image placeholder services a while ago. Placezombies.com was one of them. Here’s the announcement blog post for Placezombies.com. Down in the comments, you’ll see that the owners forgot to renew the domain name, so it obviously stopped working. The source was posted on GitHub, so I immediately forked it and got to work setting up a replacement. A quick check revealed that placezombie.com was available, so I registered it. Score. I really didn’t want to host this at…
  • Find Shellshock Exploit Attempts & Probes From the Command Line and Papertrail

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

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

    Natalia Bogdanets
    20 Nov 2014 | 4:32 am
    If you’re choosing a CMS tool to settle your web project on – you’ll have hundreds of options, from free one to those costing thousands of dollars. In case you’ve narrowed the list down to Ektron vs Joomla and find … Continue reading →The post Ektron vs Joomla. CMS Shootout. appeared first on CMS2CMS.
  • Wix Migration Improvement. Meet New Options.

    Natalia Bogdanets
    19 Nov 2014 | 6:21 am
    Great news! CMS2CMS automated migration service is proud to present its new breathtaking service improvement! Now you are able to migrate not only Wix textual content, but also blog posts, menus, tags and internal links! Yes, it’s true, and you … Continue reading →The post Wix Migration Improvement. Meet New Options. appeared first on CMS2CMS.
  • Why Should One Upgrade Joomla 2.5 to 3.2?

    Natalia Bogdanets
    19 Nov 2014 | 6:01 am
    Undoubtedly one of the most reputed CMS around the world and probably the most downloaded CMS after WordPress, Joomla has recently released a record number of new features via its 3.2 version. Even if your website seems to be working … Continue reading →The post Why Should One Upgrade Joomla 2.5 to 3.2? appeared first on CMS2CMS.
  • Steps How to Mess up Your Switching to New CMS

    Dmytro Lazarchuk
    18 Nov 2014 | 7:00 am
    You have chosen a CMS and have built a site on it. But now you feel that something is missing and that the features of the content management system don’t meet your needs. So, now it is time to convert … Continue reading →The post Steps How to Mess up Your Switching to New CMS appeared first on CMS2CMS.
  • SilverStripe vs WordPress. A Comparative Review

    Natalia Bogdanets
    14 Nov 2014 | 4:31 am
    Choosing a content management system is quite challenging and tricky experience faced by many. When it comes to SilverStripe vs WordPress – they are both top end CMS solutions that are brilliantly developed and intuitive to manipulate. However, without a … Continue reading →The post SilverStripe vs WordPress. A Comparative Review appeared first on CMS2CMS.
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    Kasa Reviews

  • Grab Attention With WordPress Optin Box Plugin

    Kasa
    24 Nov 2014 | 5:21 am
    Grab Attention With WordPress Optin Box Plugin Having good WordPress optin box plugin is great way to grab visitor attention and boost conversions. Having great content on site or fantastic newsletter is not enough. What is the The post Grab Attention With WordPress Optin Box Plugin appeared first on Kasa Reviews.
  • How To Create Favicon For WordPress Site?

    Kasa
    21 Nov 2014 | 9:36 am
    How To Create Favicon For WordPress Site? A favicon or Favorites Icon is a small graphic that is associated with a page or Web site. In case you have problems creating one here is short tutorial on The post How To Create Favicon For WordPress Site? appeared first on Kasa Reviews.
  • WooCoomerce Product Review Plugin Free VS Paid

    Kasa
    18 Nov 2014 | 8:09 am
    WooCoomerce Product Review Plugin Free VS Paid Yotpo Social Reviews is great way to add WooCoomerce product review plugin to your site and encourage buyers to leave reviews. More reviews will help other visitors and build thrust The post WooCoomerce Product Review Plugin Free VS Paid appeared first on Kasa Reviews.
  • Create Pinterest Style WordPress Site With Covert PinPress

    Kasa
    17 Nov 2014 | 11:51 am
    Create Pinterest Style WordPress Site With Covert PinPress It is very hard to capture visitor attention nowadays. One way is to create Pinterest style WordPress site. Pinterest excite and engages people to share. People today want to be The post Create Pinterest Style WordPress Site With Covert PinPress appeared first on Kasa Reviews.
  • WordPress Help With TutorGrams

    Kasa
    17 Nov 2014 | 6:26 am
    WordPress Help With TutorGrams Need WordPress help or want to learn the basics of WordPress, or even some more advanced techniques? TutorGrams is an easy way to get one on one training, help and The post WordPress Help With TutorGrams appeared first on Kasa Reviews.
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    Techalf - Free WordPress Themes & Plugins

  • Mesh – Professional WordPress Portfolio Theme

    techalf
    30 Oct 2014 | 11:52 pm
    A clean and well-structured portfolio theme with a focus on full screen media. Perfect for artists, designers, photographers and other creative types. Key Features Responsive Design (Optimised for iPad and iPhone) Accent Color Control (via Color Picker) Full Localisation Support (contains .po/.mo files) 3 Custom Widgets (Twitter, Flickr, Video) Post Format Support Page Templates (Archives, jQuery Contact Form) Custom Admin Login Logo Built on the ZillaFramework Compatible with the ZillaShortcodes Plugin Compatible with the ZillaSocial Plugin Compatible with the ZillaLikes Plugin Compatible…
  • Fan Pit – Fan and Magazine WordPress Theme

    techalf
    30 Oct 2014 | 11:48 pm
    Fan Pit is youthful, simple yet powerful and well rounded theme carefully tailored for fan page and magazin kind of sites. It’s clean and modern layout paired with tasteful typography keeps readers relaxed and focused on the content. It is fully responsive and includes different page templates, post formats and a custom header image to expand customizing options. Key Features WordPress Theme Customizer Responsive Design Many Different page templates Post Formats Jetpack Widget Visibility – this awesome feature allows you to choose on which page your particular widget appears or dissapears…
  • Agency – Fullscreen Minimal WordPress Portfolio

    techalf
    30 Oct 2014 | 11:43 pm
    Agency was designed with creative agencies and freelancers in mind. The fullscreen homepage, two portfolio layouts, and strong typography offers a blend of flexibility and minimalism in this feature-set theme. Key Features Responsive Design (Optimised for iPad and iPhone) Accent Color Control (via Color Picker) Full Localisation Support (contains .po/.mo files) 3 Custom Widgets (Twitter, Flickr, Video) Post Format Support Page Templates (Archives, jQuery Contact Form) Custom Admin Login Logo Built on the ZillaFramework Compatible with the ZillaShortcodes Plugin Compatible with the ZillaSocial…
  • Healthy Living – Mojothemes Fresh Blogging Theme

    techalf
    26 Oct 2014 | 7:52 am
    Healthy Living is fresh, simple and well rounded blogging WP theme. With it’s laid back modern design and beautiful typography this theme gives your content deserved spotlight and draws the readers right in. It is fully responsive and includes different page templates, post formats and custom header image to expand the customizing options. Key Features WordPress Theme Customizer Responsive Design Many Different page templates Post Formats Jetpack Widget Visibility – this awesome feature allows you to choose on which page your particular widget appears or dissapears Theme is styled for…
  • Bloggy v.2 – Blog WordPress Theme

    techalf
    26 Oct 2014 | 7:43 am
    Bloggy v.2 is a simple and beautifully crafted responsive theme for bloggers. It features custom header image, post formats and different page templates to help you customize the theme. Key Features WordPress Theme Customizer Responsive Design WPML compatibility-in case your business needs a multi-language site Many Different page templates Post Formats Jetpack Widget Visibility – this awesome feature allows you to choose on which page your particular widget appears or dissapears Theme is styled for “WooCommerce” plugin Soliloquy slider plugin Widgetize footer and…
 
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  • WordPress Backup & Restore With cPanel

    Namrata Godkar
    25 Nov 2014 | 12:00 am
    It happened to me one day. After having spent several gruelling hours trying to do a WordPress backup on my site, I was unsuccessful. I had tried every (freely :D) available site backup plugin for WordPress, plugins which had gotten rave reviews. But my efforts were in vain. And the problem wasn’t very clear. So, the first thing I did, was turn to Google for an answer. Seems like the obvious thing to do in such situations. But… nothing seemed to help. Then, I weighed up my options. One option of course was to use a paid plugin – I tried my luck there, but I was a tad bit…
  • An Interview with: Christian Bullock (Envato)

    Sam Berson
    17 Nov 2014 | 12:00 am
    This is post #12 of 12 in the series “Envato Staff & Community Interviews” I recently chatted with Christian Bullock to ask him a few questions about his work at Envato as the Help Team Leader. Envato Market is part of the Envato network, supporting over 4,000,000 digital creatives worldwide with sites including ThemeForest, Tuts+ and Envato Studio. So, let’s get started! - Hey Christian! Who are you, and what do you do? Hey Sam! My name’s Christian, I’m a 23 year old guy based in the UK, and I’m one of two Help Team Leaders here at Envato. Along with Briany (Help…
  • WordPress for Entrepreneurs: How to Get Started

    Tomas Laurinavicius
    13 Nov 2014 | 12:00 am
    You are an entrepreneur, most likely you are the innovator, connector and the one who makes the inspirational speaking. But how does one create a website, prototype or web software product? You may have a team that has technical jobs done, but if you are just starting out and want to quickly play around with your ideas, WordPress may be a good tool of choice. WordPress started as a blogging platform and has evolved into a powerful content management system (CMS) that powers 23% of the internet today. In this post, I’ll introduce you to WordPress and walk you through some of the most…
  • LMS 101: A Beginner’s Guide to Building an e-Learning Website

    Namrata Godkar
    7 Nov 2014 | 12:00 am
    Recently, a cousin of mine completed a language course online. She even got the certificate mailed to her within a week. Pretty cool! However, the interesting fact was, that even though the teaching institution was actually in the same city as her, she chose to take the online course. “It’s just more convenient”, she said. Interestingly enough, that’s the advantage students see when taking up online courses; and the reason most students prefer it. Searching for courses online increases their options as well. They don’t have to think about where the institution is…
  • Thanks to Our Sponsor: A2 Hosting

    Sam Berson
    5 Nov 2014 | 12:00 am
    I recently had the opportunity to talk to Brad Litwin, the Marketing Manager for A2 Hosting. We chatted about some of their high speed hosting solutions including the release of their A2 Optimized plugin for WordPress. A2 Optimized provides an excellent alternative to Managed WordPress Hosting for users who want a pre-configured, high performance blog, but can’t afford the $25-$50/mo. - Hey Brad! Who are you and what do you do? Thanks for taking the time to speak with me! I am the Marketing Manager for A2 Hosting. I spend much of my day managing our affiliate program and getting the…
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    Nimbus Themes

  • 13+ Top WordPress Portfolio Themes You Must See!

    Kendall Scoboria
    18 Nov 2014 | 8:58 am
    On the lookout for some great WordPress portfolio themes to feature your work? Here’s our ongoing roundup of the best-of-the-best portfolio templates the web has to offer. Look for dynamic,... Read the full post at Nimbus Themes
  • 10+ Best Full Screen WordPress Themes

    Evan Scoboria
    13 Nov 2014 | 11:45 am
    Enjoy this collection of the very best full width WordPress themes. I’ve tried to curate a collection that offers a range of the many full screen styles that are in use today. Look for... Read the full post at Nimbus Themes
  • Learn WordPress Now: Top Resources to Get Started Now!

    Kendall Scoboria
    11 Nov 2014 | 12:29 pm
    Learning how to use WordPress can feel overwhelming if you don’t have the right tools in your toolbelt to help you along the way. You know how it goes — you’re working on your site... Read the full post at Nimbus Themes
  • Vintage Bird + Flower Pattern

    Kendall Scoboria
    3 Nov 2014 | 12:52 pm
    Today’s awesome design freebie is a vintage/retro bird and flower pattern, good as both a Photoshop pattern and an Illustrator pattern. It was inspired by some retro fabric I recently fell in... Read the full post at Nimbus Themes
  • Our Favorite WordPress News Resources

    Kendall Scoboria
    23 Oct 2014 | 12:28 pm
    Notable news happens fast in the world of WordPress, and it’s important to keep on top of the latest goings-ons with WordPress news, web development, security and the rest. But where do you... Read the full post at Nimbus Themes
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    The Official Cloudways Blog

  • Pick One Of These 10 Magento Search Extensions For Best In-site Ecommerce Search Functionality

    Salman Mehdi
    25 Nov 2014 | 4:36 am
    What would happen if you put all the products of your ecommerce website on the front page? Well, it will be a scrolling nightmare; a page many, many kilometers long. This is why we have product pages and categories. This is why having a structure is important. But, an ecommerce website cannot survive on good […]
  • WordPress 4.0.1 and 4.1 Beta 2 Critical Security Release

    Ahsan Parwez
    21 Nov 2014 | 6:03 am
    A critical WordPress security update has been released today. This has resulted in upgrades for versions 3.7, 3.8, 3.9, and 4.0. This has also given the way  to WordPress 4.1 beta 2. You may want to read the review of WordPress 4.1 Beta 1 here as not a lot has changed in the newest beta release. Considering the […]
  • WordPress 4.1 Beta 1: Coming With a New Default Theme

    Ahsan Parwez
    19 Nov 2014 | 6:25 am
    WordPress 4.1 is expected to be released in the second week of December and it will be a real treat for the entire WordPress community before the end of 2014. For complete schedule of Beta releases, visit: https://make.wordpress.org/core/version-4-1-project-schedule/ Note: WordPress 4.1 is in the development phase and it is not recommended to run Beta 1 […]
  • Create Picture Based WordPress Tutorial Using FooCapture Extension For Chrome

    Waseem Abbas
    19 Nov 2014 | 4:16 am
    Developing a great tutorial that informs and educates your audience may look simple from the outside. The end user rarely sees the time and effort put into getting every element in place. The truth is it’s a time consuming process that can take days, sometimes weeks to get perfect. For written tutorials, it’s particularly annoying. […]
  • Interview With Anna Völkl—Certified Magento Developer & A Good Samaritan

    Saad Khan
    18 Nov 2014 | 7:50 am
    Anna Völkl should be an inspiration to all. With sheer determination and hard work, she has become a Certified Magento Developer, a title that recognizes the expertise of a Magento developer. In Austria, she has become an icon in the field of Magento development. However, it is not the only she is good at. Anna […]
 
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    WPAPPLIED

  • Why leading marketers choose WordPress (a brief history)

    Brian Duffy
    12 Nov 2014 | 7:03 am
    Earlier this year the Online Marketing Institute published a list of 40 Digital Marketing Strategists to watch out for in 2014. Not all, but nearly every single one of those experts has a website powered by WordPress. So what makes WordPress so popular? To understand why leading marketing experts choose WordPress, it helps to know a little about the history of web publishing, the old technologies that WordPress replaced – and the competing technologies trying to knock WordPress off its perch.   159SHARES   A brief history of web publishing Back In 1990, a guy called Tim…
  • Tips on working with WordPress developers (from a leading dev)

    Brian Duffy
    1 Nov 2014 | 8:47 am
    Finding a good quality WordPress developer that doesn’t charge an arm and leg is a serious problem for many would-be website owners. And if you do manage to find a good one, what can you do to get the most out of your web developer and ensure your project comes in on-time and on-budget? This Friday (November 7th) I’m going to be talking to Nick Davis – a leading WordPress developer – about what he does, how he works and things you can do to get the best deal possible on a a professionally developed WordPress website for your business. The interview is went out live…
  • The ultimate beginners guide to blogging for small businesses

    Brian Duffy
    24 Oct 2014 | 5:06 am
    Blogging is by far the best way to get free traffic to your website and there’s never been a better time to start. This guide answers the following: Why should you start a blog? How should you design your blog? What can you write about? How should you format your posts? What tools can help you? How do you promote your posts?   65SHARES   Why you should start a blog A well-executed blogging strategy is the single most effective method for driving free traffic to your website and building relationships with customers. Blogging is #1 way to get free traffic to your website…
  • 4 Gmail tips every small business owner should know

    Brian Duffy
    15 Oct 2014 | 12:35 am
    How much time do you spend every day managing your emails? I’ve been teaching small business owners about Internet technology for the last 5 years – and I’m always amazed by the number of people who don’t use email properly. In this short video I’m going to show you 4 simple techniques you can use to save time and get more from gmail.   54SHARES     Gmail tips for small business Gmail is the fastest, most powerful way to send and manage email. In this short video, you’ll learn how to: add signatures; so you can promote your website and social…
  • The small business owners guide to blogging with Ian Cleary

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

  • Christmas Video Greeting Card Ideas for Videographers

    Paul Andrew
    25 Nov 2014 | 4:31 am
    There are many traditions we follow at Christmas time. Giving presents to friends and family, decorating the Christmas tree, preparing a huge turkey dinner, over-indulging on egg-nog, and perhaps one of the oldest traditions of all is sending out seasonal greeting cards to all of our loved ones. All of those traditions are pretty much unbreakable and set in stone. Except the last one I mentioned. Year after year we send out millions upon millions of greeting cards, but why do we do this when we could just as easily take advantage of all of the digital tools we currently have at our disposal,…
  • The Envato Market Shopping Cart is Rolling Out

    Luke Meehan
    24 Nov 2014 | 11:02 pm
    Buying stuff is kind of the heart of what we do. But it’s not as easy as it should be! – Collis, 2014 Roadmap As part of our 2014 Roadmap we dedicated a team to improving the Envato Market purchase experience, something which benefits the entire community. We’ve previously improved the purchase flow and now we’re ready to launch one of our most requested features – the shopping cart! When Envato Market was younger most buyers were purchasing a single item, so the lack of a shopping cart wasn’t an obvious problem. Our goal however – a marketplace with…
  • WordPress Magazine Theme Design Trends

    Jake Rocheleau
    24 Nov 2014 | 6:02 am
    There’s no denying the popularity of WordPress as an open source CMS. It has a terrific advantage when it comes to theming and plugin development because there are so many helpful resources with plenty of online support. Building your own WordPress theme from scratch has never been easier, and building lots of special features into that theme has become much more commonplace. In this post I’d like to cover a series of unique design trends for WordPress magazine themes. WordPress has evolved from a simple blogging platform to an extensive CMS giving developers more control with an…
  • Sausage – A Retro Animated & Award Winning Short from Robert Grieves

    Paul Andrew
    23 Nov 2014 | 4:06 am
    After touring the worlds film festivals for a year, SAUSAGE, a multi-award winning animated short from motion graphic creative director Robert Grieves, has this month finally been released online for everybody to enjoy. Animated in a retro-style and starting at very slow pace, SAUSAGE tells the simple story of two artisan food vendors that have their perfect world turned upside-down by a calculating fast-food merchant that sells cheaper and much lower quality food. The six minute short rapidly speeds up as the rivalry escalates and results in some life changing moments and difficult decisions…
  • A Week in Review N.15

    Paul Andrew
    22 Nov 2014 | 2:03 am
    Envato Roundup We announced the rollout of new Express Services in categories on GraphicRiver, PhotoDune & CodeCanyon. We introduced a default withdrawal account feature and express withdrawals for large balances. The Gift of Giving Advent Calendar will be launching on the 1st of December. You can win a share of $1,000 in our Cinemagraph Contest! You can also win a share of $750 in our Christmas Song Contest. The Tuts+ Translation Project is working, and they have graphs to prove it. Envato Most Wanted have a $7,000 bounty for iThemes Exchange Add-Ons, and a $6,000 bounty for Drupal…
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    WPLove.co

  • Best Of WordPress Parallax Themes

    Karan Chopra
    25 Nov 2014 | 5:33 pm
    While we covered about the same niche in the past also, but on readers demand, in this article, I am again sharing with you the best of new WordPress Parallax themes available. Hope you like the list. Disclosure: Please note that some of the links below are affiliate links and I will earn a commission […]
  • Best Of WordPress eCommerce Themes Of 2014

    Karan Chopra
    24 Nov 2014 | 5:32 pm
    With the way things being changing to much larger extend, every business is now working towards opening up their online shop. This is because here in this article we have showcased the best of WordPress eCommerce themes of 2014. Disclosure: Please note that some of the links below are affiliate links and I will earn […]
  • Best Of New WordPress Multi-Purpose Themes

    Karan Chopra
    23 Nov 2014 | 5:32 pm
    While every one of us did noticed one-to-many times the different Word Press themes, some offering some features and others providing something more but what makes a theme perfect if it offers everything in one single pack. This is where WordPress multi-purpose themes come into existence and this is what I am going to showcase […]
  • Best Of New WordPress Responsive Themes

    Karan Chopra
    20 Nov 2014 | 5:32 pm
    With ever more and more new themes are coming into existence, people are getting interested in going for trendy WordPress themes. These themes not only just last as one time classic but make them beloved for good long time. This is because here in this article, I have collected the best of new WordPress responsive […]
  • Best Of New WordPress vCard Themes

    Karan Chopra
    18 Nov 2014 | 5:32 pm
    While we covered about the same niche in the past also, but on readers demand, in this article, I am again sharing with you the best of new WordPress vCard themes available. Hope you like the list. Disclosure: Please note that some of the links below are affiliate links and I will earn a commission […]
 
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    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.
  • Avoid These Errors When Installing A WordPress Theme

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

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

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

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

    Denisa Cinca
    22 Nov 2014 | 5:53 pm
    In this post I’ll try to highlight what is a squeeze page, what are it’s uses and five of the best WordPress squeeze page plugins.So why would you need a squeeze page plugin? To create stunning landing pages for your purposes, why else?There are two ways to create these type of pages in WordPress, either by using a plugin or a theme.…The post 5 Amazing WordPress Squeeze Page Plugins appeared first on MyBloggingThing.
  • 7 Simple and Effective Ways to Get More Comments to Your Blog Posts

    Denisa Cinca
    6 Nov 2014 | 4:51 pm
    I bet you’ve wondered a lot about how to get more comments to your blog posts.Even from the beginning of my blogging days, I’ve been kind of obsessed about getting at least a few comments to my posts. Especially, when seeing how many my competitors had to their articles.They’re definitely a big part of a blog’s structure.…The post 7 Simple and Effective Ways to Get More Comments to Your Blog Posts appeared first on MyBloggingThing.
  • 7 Incredibly Useful Infographic Generator Tools for Bloggers

    Denisa Cinca
    31 Oct 2014 | 3:11 pm
    By now, chances are you already saw an infographic, the web is full of them and for one good reason, infographics are awesome!Wouldn’t you agree?They are such a great way to present your data and message to your readers. Just like using vibrant images in your blog posts.…The post 7 Incredibly Useful Infographic Generator Tools for Bloggers appeared first on MyBloggingThing.
  • Pinterest Marketing Tip: How To Enhance Your Images In 30 Seconds

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

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

    admin
    25 Nov 2014 | 10:03 am
    Many websites could benefit from having a live chat option: if you offer goods or services, chances are your customers would appreciate an interactive experience. Offering advice, answering questions, slipping a small discount here and there: this strategy could really make a difference. Not to mention that one person can’t answer more than a phone call at a time so why not keep the rest of the customers interested by using a predefined message, promising to get to them in the shortest time possible? Of course, WordPress developers considered this aspect and in the following post you…
  • Fiverr WordPress Gigs by WP DOZE

    admin
    21 Nov 2014 | 7:39 am
    We have just published some WordPress 5$ GIG’s on Fiverr for everyone that needs something done on their WordPress site. In case you will need to install, backup or transfer an WordPress site we are able to help you. We have more then 5 years experience in WordPress and setting different WordPress sites and in case you need some help you can relay on us. This is my fiverr profile: bitdoze.  below is some of the fiverr gigs: Install and configure WordPress Move WordPress site Backup WordPress site Speed Up WordPress site performance Setup automatic backup Setup WordPress newsletter…
  • WordPress Black Friday Specials

    admin
    19 Nov 2014 | 10:40 am
    The Black Friday craze, once reserved for mobile phones, laptops and other electronics alike, has expanded its influence on all consumer goods and services. It is a great opportunity for both sellers to boost their marketing strategies and consumers to acquire the desired merchandise at really good prices. The same applies for WordPress and that’s why we gathered in this article the most interesting news and coupons or discount links offered by important names in the field. AUTHENTIC THEMES  $1.05 per theme Authentic themes offer a bundle of 37 WordPress Premium Theme for only 39$.
  • Free WordPress Themes 2014

    admin
    12 Nov 2014 | 6:06 am
    If you want a makeover for your website but you are not ready to invest a great deal in that, free WordPress themes can always represent a good alternative. Most of them look fabulous and come with impressive features to help customize every experience and impress your visitors with the new look. Furthermore, if you want to benefit from the premium advantages, some of them also offer the possibility to upgrade and you can enjoy some extra perks. Below, we have come up with a list with some of the best Free WordPress Themes 2014. Pinbin Clean, minimalistic, responsive, Pinbin is a great…
  • Create An Newsletter Email List With Autoresponder For Free in WordPress

    admin
    5 Nov 2014 | 11:07 am
    In the previous article we have presented the best free option that exists out there to have an WordPress newsletter plugin  and start build your email list, you can check it here: Best Free WordPress Newsletter Plugins for Building your Email List. In this article I would like to enter more in detail of how exactly you can do this and what tools you can use to configure your email list and start building your list. WordPress is offering the best tools to build your email list with reduce costs or even free if you don’t want to pay any money. The aWeber  solution is quite to…
 
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    Fine WP Review

  • Freelance Engine Review : Project Theme – EngineThemes

    finewpreview2013
    25 Nov 2014 | 2:49 am
    Freelance Engine Review : Project Theme – EngineThemes Review : FreelanceEngine by EngineThemes is a Freelance Marketplace WordPress theme suitable to  to create Project bidding website. Freelance Engine gives you two unique sections to manage key user types 1) Project Provider : Who wants to post projects and search for suitable candidate user, 2) Freelancer : Who is searching for work/job/project according to his/her skills. The FreelanceEngine is developed with a purpose to connect both type of users, you must have seen freelancer projects portals like Elance, RentACoder etc. The…
  • Djazz WordPress Theme Review – Zigzagpress

    finewpreview2013
    20 Nov 2014 | 4:17 am
    Djazz WordPress Theme Review – Zigzagpress Review – Djazz by Zigzagpress is a WordPress genesis child theme especially made for professional blogers who prefer to use full width blog layout. The premium blog template is right choice for personal bloggers who often post standard posts, gallery posts, video posts and all other type of contents. The white background and Hidden sidebar layout (+ Button on left side : Click to show / hide) of Djazz WordPress theme makes a perfect tool for those who are focusing on readability and clean design. If you open demo then you will be able to…
  • Whitespace Pro Theme Review StudioPress : Genesis

    finewpreview2013
    18 Nov 2014 | 1:54 am
    Whitespace Pro Theme Review StudioPress : Genesis Review : StudioPress Whitespace Pro Theme is a child theme made for Genesis framework, having capability to display text in quality readable form. The White Space Pro brings totally new blog style template which covers solution for general issues like Clutter design, Poor typography, Web-page without ability to resize over devices. All these issues makes is difficult to read contents on blog articles or any website. There should be a complete solution for all these issues and here is the first solution from StudioPress. Let’s discuss…
  • Review Eleven40 Pro WordPress Theme – StudioPress

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    Review Eleven40 Pro WordPress Theme – StudioPress Review : Eleven40 pro genesis child theme is a blog WordPress Theme developed by StudioPress team. The Eleven40 theme has been crafted with responsive design so your blog works over all types of mobile and tablet devices. This was the first ever theme which crossed the limitation of 960px size, with extended layout of 1140px and that’s why it is named after it’s pixel size. The sidebar is available on both side and therefore you can display your archive, category, author, recent posts and other widgets without space issue.
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    7 Nov 2014 | 2:33 am
    Baylie Review : Business WordPress Theme – Theme Trust Review – Baylie WordPress Theme by Theme Trust is a premium agency an portfolio WordPress theme made for different types of business.  The homepage layout of Baylie WordPress theme is structured according to latest trend. Therefore you will get a homepage developed with full-screen layout and unlimited content sections. As a result you will be able to inert various sections like blog, portfolio, current client’s, testimonials and much more. The demo page is made to show you a live example of how your website would look…
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  • 10 Best Free Personal Blogger Themes For WordPress

    harry
    21 Nov 2014 | 1:16 pm
    WordPress is the most popular choice when it comes to creating a blog due to it’s robust features and ease of use. Choosing a good theme that allows you to stand out and send the correct message out to readers is essential. We have handpick the free personal blogging theme below of which we believe is the best in it’s class. Whether you already have a personal blog or planning on creating a new one, I am sure you will find something below to help you give the right impression. All the templates mentioned below are responsive meaning your site is future proof with the wide range of…
  • How to Set up Finale – An Elegant Free WordPress Theme

    harry
    18 Nov 2014 | 6:48 am
    Finale is a new elegant and beautiful free WordPress theme from ThemeSmarts. ThemeSmarts is a WordPress themes designer and creator who released a number of really awesome free themes that stand out from the crowd. The theme Finale comes with a impressive look and layout. You can use the theme for website types such as business, corporate, services, portfolio or other related niche. This theme can be customized with features such as theme options, it includes unlimited number of styles, each page has its own header image uploader, you can set up your social media icons plus much more. If you…
  • 14+ Best Free Portfolio WordPress Themes to Showcase your Work

    harry
    14 Nov 2014 | 2:18 am
    We have compiled a upto date collection of some of the best portfolio themes that is available on the web for free. The themes that we will present to you today can be use to showcase your creative work, photos, design, art, or other awesome projects. Portfolio WordPress themes are perfect to display a lot of content in a limited space, and I am confident that you and your visitors will like these themes. We hope you like and enjoy them as much as we are! Why not take these theme for a test-spin? Cheers! Also worth mentioning, as with all our theme collections we consistently update them so…
  • Best of MyThemeShop – 10 Quality Responsive WordPress Themes

    Freddy Muriuki
    13 Nov 2014 | 6:39 am
    A responsive website adjusts automatically to the screen size of your visitor’s device, whether it is as small as a mobile phone or as big as a desktop. Thanks to responsive web design, more people can easily access your website irrespective of their devices, which means your business gets the all-important online boost it deserves. With a responsive theme and the WordPress platform powering your business, you have a winning tool that guarantees online success. Today’s post focuses on ten (10) quality responsive themes from MyThemeShop.com that are worth checking out. Portfolio Are you…
  • 10 Best Flat-Design WordPress Themes of 2014

    Freddy Muriuki
    12 Nov 2014 | 12:46 am
    A huge chunk of the online world is moving towards flat design and everyone is going gaga about this new trend. Sparked off by Windows “Metro” interface, this new design trend rely mostly on simple bold shapes and icons to come up with themes that are elegant and have clean-looking UIs. With WordPress designers releasing such themes frequently, today’s post takes you through 10 best Flat-design WordPress Themes you may consider for your website. Willow If one word is all I had to describe Willow, I’d use splendid. When looking for a theme that is guaranteed to amaze your…
 
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