Envira Gallery is a responsive image gallery plugin for WordPress that aims to distinguish itself from the competition by offering a simpler gallery creation process, while still allowing you to present your photos in style. In this review, we take a closer look at what Envira Gallery has to offer.
Adding the ability to sort posts on your site is a neat way to help users sift through your content. Find out how to do it in today’s Weekend WordPress Project.
How many times have you forgotten the username to your site? In today’s Weekend WordPress Project, find out how to easily enable email login.
Plugin authors spend so much time working on the functionality of their products that they forget to tidy up after themselves! The answer? Deactivation and uninstallation hooks.
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You can’t rely on people to keep coming back to your site. You need to reach out and communicate more effectively with your visitors to let them know what you’re doing and what’s new on your site.
AJAX lets you automagically refresh your content without having to refresh your browser. In today’s post we walk you through how to use the power of AJAX to load your posts in place, while saving bandwidth and improving your UX.
Twenty Fifteen is a gorgeous theme, but let’s face it, there’s always room for improvement! So in today’s post we show you how to update the theme with default customizations, plugins and our own custom coded solutions.
There are a huge number of WordPress themes available in the official repository, with about 30% of them responsive. But just because a theme is responsive doesn’t necessarily mean it will work for you. We put the responsiveness of the 10 most popular free themes to the test.
Our awesome support team comes up with all kinds of custom fixes for our members. In today’s Weekend WordPress Project, Michelle Shull takes a break from the forums to show you how to use custom taxonomy.