WordPress is an excellent choice of platform for those wanting to start a new blog. By using the WordPress CMS from WordPress.org you can install your own templates and customize your blog in unlimited ways. The easiest way to get a quick start on your blog and create a professional frontend for your readers is to choose a well-made template that was designed specifically for blogs. Check out these inspired WordPress blog templates to get some ideas for your own blog and even recreate the aesthetics and functionality for yourself with just a few clicks.
When you're developing a WooCommerce website, a major priority is how to design the store in a way that will maximize sales. Lots of people get it wrong by using the default store layouts that come with their theme or WooCommerce. Today, I'm going to tell you how you can get more sales with a WooCommerce product list view plugin
When creating a WordPress theme or plugin, AJAX is often used in order to enhance the user experience. In order to ensure security and protect your site against several types of attacks including CSRF, WordPress provides security tokens called nonces. In this article, I'll show you how to use nonces to protect AJAX requests on a WordPress site.
As an online marketer, you need to know about the right tools and how to use them efficiently for your business promotion. Today, let's take a look at 5 interesting WordPress plugins for digital marketing.
WordPress is one of the most common website platforms, and hosts many business sites, blogs, and more. The result is there are a number of plugins, tips and tricks out there—so many that it is hard to keep track of them all.
500 and 502 errors can occur on your WordPress site, and can also be hard to fix since the errors themselves are providing few pieces of information about what's going on. In order to help you fix those errors, here's a simple and handy guide.
In most countries, website owners are legally required to display some legal info on the websites they own. It can be under the form of "terms of services", "affiliate disclosure" or more. But since webmasters and developers aren't lawyers, let's take a look at a WordPress plugin of which purpose is to help you creating and managing those pages: WPLegalPages.