What Is a Widget in WordPress?

WordPress widgets are a great way to add extra content, snippets, and interactivity to your site. They make your site more than just a blog, and they give you the flexibility to identify content you want to show on every page of your site and make sure people won’t miss it. In this article, you’ll… Continue reading What Is a Widget in WordPress?

5 Rules That Govern WordPress Site Design Testing

Think website design, and the ideas and options are endless. There are thousands of website design components to explore and experiment with. There is also a significant increase in the number of personal devices are purchased around the globe. It has become all the more important to think about how websites would look on different… Continue reading 5 Rules That Govern WordPress Site Design Testing

Definitive Guide to Installing a Free or Premium WordPress Plugin

What You’ll Be Creating Plugins are what makes WordPress special. Without them, WordPress wouldn’t be much more than a humble blogging platform. But by adding plugins to your site, you can turn it into so much more. Depending on what you need, you can use a plugin to make your site more efficient and to… Continue reading Definitive Guide to Installing a Free or Premium WordPress Plugin

3 Top WP Tools and Services: Any of Them Will Make Your Site Better

Posted · Category: Best Collections With roughly 55,000 WordPress Plugins and Services to choose from, you shouldn’t have any trouble finding one or more that can take your business to the next level Right? The answer is “No”. Sifting through all 55,000 tools and services will not only take up a huge amount of your… Continue reading 3 Top WP Tools and Services: Any of Them Will Make Your Site Better

CyberGhost VPN Review: What are the risks of not using a VPN?

Whether you like it or not, you are being tracked online. With Net Neutrality rights being rolled back and more power residing with big corporations, compiling your private data is easier than ever for these companies. Anything you do online can be logged and stored. Every website, social media post, funny video, or news article… Continue reading CyberGhost VPN Review: What are the risks of not using a VPN?

Top 10 Things You Need to Know Before Using WordPress

As one of the best content management systems (CMS) on the internet, WordPress attracts many users from different levels of expertise. Whether you are a newcomer or an already established internet user, WordPress could be the best CMS to fit your needs. But so far, how well do you really know about this platform? Listed… Continue reading Top 10 Things You Need to Know Before Using WordPress

Create a Booking System With a WordPress Booking Plugin

What You’ll Be Creating If you run any sort of business that involves appointments or meetings with clients or between staff members, then your life will be made much simpler if you enable bookings on your website. This doesn’t just apply to meetings—hotels, spas and other leisure businesses can also benefit from using online bookings.… Continue reading Create a Booking System With a WordPress Booking Plugin

Migrating a WordPress Website In Under 10 Minutes: The Ultimate Guide To The Duplicator Plugin

Thinking about migrating your WordPress site? Most people aren’t aware of how they can migrate their site and then upon searching, they come across so many complex ways that they decide to not to do it altogether. But, then there are a few ways that can help you in moving the site to the server… Continue reading Migrating a WordPress Website In Under 10 Minutes: The Ultimate Guide To The Duplicator Plugin

10 Common WordPress Mistakes You Really Need to Fix!

When you think of WordPress, you may simply think of it as a good place to write your latest blog. Over recent years, WordPress has evolved into an adaptable and user-friendly content management system. In addition, WordPress is widely used amongst businesses because it is extremely customizable, free to use and has a large and… Continue reading 10 Common WordPress Mistakes You Really Need to Fix!

5 Ways Freelancers Can Increase Productivity with Pre-Built Websites

Posted · Category: Best Collections As a freelance web designer, you no doubt enjoy working to your own schedules. And not having to commute to work, or a boss that likes micromanaging are also good perks. You work hard to improve your skills, and to keep up with the latest trends. As a result, you have little difficulty… Continue reading 5 Ways Freelancers Can Increase Productivity with Pre-Built Websites

The Best Watercolor Brushes You’d Download

Advertisement The watercolor brushes give you a chance to make a connection between traditional art and digital art. Designing with watercolor effects in one of the most popular concepts in recent years, and has ensured a place both in web design and out-of-the-box photo editing. Some people argue that replicating watercolor effects in the digital… Continue reading The Best Watercolor Brushes You’d Download

How to Send a Pull Request using the Github Desktop Client

In one of my previous posts, I outlined the process of contributing to open source software with a detailed account of each step. One of those steps was sending a pull request to the owner of the repository you forked from. I showed you how to send a pull request using Github‘s web interface. In… Continue reading How to Send a Pull Request using the Github Desktop Client

Exploring WordPress Managers: ManageWP, CMS Commander & MainWP

In the previous part of this series, we talked about two popular WordPress managers out in the field. In this second part, we’ll be checking out a few more of them. Also, there will be one bonus tip about a core WordPress feature that may help you manage your (or your clients’) websites. So, without… Continue reading Exploring WordPress Managers: ManageWP, CMS Commander & MainWP

Exploring WordPress Managers: Jetpack & InfiniteWP

When you have a lot of clients with WordPress-powered websites, or a lot of WordPress projects that you work on, it might get messy to deal with all those updates and maintenance. Logging in to each website with different usernames and passwords, then moderating comments, updating plugins and themes, maybe occasionally (or periodically) making database… Continue reading Exploring WordPress Managers: Jetpack & InfiniteWP

WP REST API: Setting Up and Using OAuth 1.0a Authentication

In the previous part of the series, we set up basic HTTP authentication on the server by installing the plugin available on GitHub by the WP REST API team. The basic authentication method allows us to send authenticated requests by sending login credentials in the request header. While being quick and handy, there’s also a… Continue reading WP REST API: Setting Up and Using OAuth 1.0a Authentication

What Makes a WordPress Theme Worth Installing

What looks good to one person doesn’t always look good to another. Any regular WordPress user knows this. When you talk about form and function, though, there are some definite criteria that need to be met before a theme is worth installing. Functionality Is the WP theme functional? The best way to figure this out… Continue reading What Makes a WordPress Theme Worth Installing