When you build a website, one of your top priorities should always be to put your personal stamp on the project. You can do this through your visual style choices, your custom graphics, or even custom footers that say—in essence—I made this.
We show you how you can optimize your WordPress database and reduce your page loading times.
Creating a contact form in WordPress can be a daunting proposition, and many forms turn out to be complicated, messy, and boring. Wouldn’t it be great if you could create a form that’s super clean, and that shows only what’s necessary for each particular user? And how cool would it be if you could wow your visitors with a dynamic effect, as different parts of the form appear, disappear, and reappear as they select various options? You can do all this with Gravity Forms conditional logic.
Running a multi-author blog comes with many responsibilities – managing spam registrations, reviewing posts created by different authors, keeping track of the edits made and monitoring their activity.
It can be a hectic task checking everything manually every day or even every hour. Luckily, there are plugin solutions to automate certain tasks to make them easier.
In this Weekend WordPress Project, I’ll show you how to automate one such task – dealing with multiple authors.
Receive handy notifications any time someone edits a post on your website.
Configuring Automatic Email Notifications
Despite the seemingly never-ending stream of cookie-cutter WordPress themes, if you look carefully enough you can find innovation in the delivery of WordPress-based content.
Joining the Aesop Story Engine in the long-form storytelling space is Storyform, a platform for creating magazines and photo-stories that provides tight integration with WordPress.
As we’ll find out though, Storyform’s slightly different approach often results in a headstrong solution that looks great but thinks it knows best and will often override your content flow.
A detailed look at how you can integrate Twitter into your WordPress website.
With mobile usage on the rise, ensuring your website is mobile-friendly is a no-brainer.
According to Smart Insights, mobile usage is overtaking fixed internet access, while 91% of mobile internet users go online to socialize.
So it’s no wonder smartphone apps like WhatsApp have taken off. WhatsApp is now the most globally popular messaging app with more than 600 million users.
Multisite is a fantastic feature of WordPress that allows you to easily create a network of websites and crown yourself “Super Admin.”
But once you’ve activated Multisite for your WordPress install and set it up, what next?
In this post we’ll look at the best plugins – all created by WPMU DEV – to help you manage your network. Each of the plugins below will extend the functionality of a basic Multisite install, adding features such as domain mapping, cloning, SEO, and analytics.
These days we’re spoilt for choice when it comes to web typography, the only issue being how to actually add custom fonts to your WordPress site.
Digging around in code and messing with files can be fiddly. Luckily, there are plenty of great options if you want to change your site’s fonts, from simply adding a new font to see on elements like your header, to adding colors changing font sizes.
In this post, I’ve reviewed six of the best plugins that can help you get custom fonts set up easily on your WordPress site.
There are many reasons why you might want to add courses to your WordPress site: to broaden your appeal to your audience; to generate revenue; or simply to educate and inform.
Whatever your reasons, you’ll need a course management system to manage your courses and your students. CoursePress (Free Version – Pro Version), is just a such a system and is the latest release from WPMU DEV.
Let me show you how you can add courses to your WordPress site in less time than it takes to read this post.