Why test WordPress site performance? Well, things like site speed are becoming increasingly more important each year, and maybe even each month.
Building WordPress sites can sure be fun, but only if you get to do so in a stress-free environment that allows you to experiment freely. Hence, the need to install WordPress locally.
The growth of Instagram is nothing but staggering. When Facebook acquired the company back in 2012 for an equally staggering $1 billion, critics loudly voiced their concerns that an app like that probably wouldn’t stay on the top for long, and that the investment might turn into Facebook’s worst.
WordPress plugins for bloggers may seem like an obvious topic, but that’s not always the case. The thing is that bloggers, content creators and writers can truly benefit from a set of some unique features and functionalities.
If you want to put some additional flare on your WordPress content through custom icons then you have a couple of options: (1) either buy good icons from somewhere (or acquire them in another way … freebies, icon packs, etc.), or (2) use Font Awesome.
Weston is our newest multi-use mega theme. It comes with 12 beautiful home page concepts, and lots of other demo content to help you get your site up and running in not time.
Drag-and-drop content builder plugins have gotten really popular lately, and they seem like a nice alternative if you’re not a designer, yet you still want to be able to customize parts of your site’s graphical appearance.
Affiliate marketing is an important monetization element on many WordPress sites. The reasons for this are that it has a really low barrier to entry, and that you can usually find very interesting products to promote as an affiliate, regardless of your niche or market.
Content sliders were all the rage on the web a couple of years ago, and especially in the freelance design and agency spaces. In short, designers and clients alike loved content sliders in WordPress for their seemingly great ability to showcase multiple elements in the same place.
Installing a new instance of WordPress, and thus basically making your website available to the world, takes usually less than 5 minutes … from start to finish. Those 5 minutes really aren’t a lot, no matter how you look at it.