By adding a WooCommerce lightbox with quick view functionality to your online store, you’ll be able to create smooth user flows and deliver a frictionless online shopping experience to your customers. In other words, your customers will be able to find everything they need – products, product details, and pricing information – without having to click through to single product pages.
WordPress is one of the most popular ways to create a website, nurture an audience, and grow your business or blog. There are 54,943 plugins available on the WordPress.org plugin page. There are plenty of great opportunities to improve your existing website with these plugins.
So you’ve set up your very own WordPress website with a beautiful theme and you’ve got a handful of blog posts published that your readers love; you’re blog is looking pretty good right now. But if you want to take your blog from a hobby and turn it into something you can actually make a … Read More
If you want to expand your business to new countries, you may consider having a WordPress website available in different languages. It can significantly increase your reach, i.e. your number of potential customers. To do that in WordPress, you have two main approaches: having separated independent websites or having a multilingual website using a dedicated WordPress plugin.
A lot has been said about various marketing tools for WordPress that are available out there. But the problem is that many of them actually add more to your already busy schedule, rather than making your job easier and more effective.
Without a doubt, Woocommerce is the most popular e-commerce solution for WordPress. But just like any other piece of software, it has a few shortcomings. One being the display options for products, or lack thereof. The default display is a grid layout of featured images, which is great for certain types of products. But in certain situations, a table layout for your products is more user friendly.
Your content’s headlines are often the first, and only chance you get to grab the attention of readers and impress them with a glimpse of what you have to offer. Though headline creation can be considered more art than science, it doesn’t have to be the most challenging part of writing blog posts. But what it does have to be is the best summation of what you will be offering readers, should they decide to click on your website.
Contact forms seem like a very common feature that every website should have, yet it’s still something that’s not included in WordPress out the gate. At the time of writing this, any kind of contact form functionality is available only through third-party WordPress plugins.
Looking for the best (must-have) WordPress plugins for 2018? We’ve got you covered! As I’m writing this, there are more than 42,000 plugins in the official plugin directory at WordPress.org, and who know how many premium plugins. So there’s surely a lot to choose from. However, as you’d imagine, you only need a small representation of those plugins to run a successful and optimized WordPress site.
You’ve got to love WordPress’ ability to host any kind of content, thus letting you basically publish whatever you wish as a website owner or blogger. That being said, though, there is still a lot that can be done to make those non-standard content types look even better compared to what you get from an untouched installation of WordPress.