WPML is a plugin for creating multilingual websites with WordPress. The plugin gives you lots of options for how the different versions of your content is stored and displayed, and it can even help you find translators to create your multilingual content. Find out how WPML can help you build a multilingual WordPress website in our guide to using this plugin.
Proving your social worth. What do I mean by prove your worth? I’m talking about social proof. Leveraging social proof, specifically. And I know, it just sounds like one of those marketing buzz phrases that’s all over the zeitgeist. And it is! But keep reading!
This kind of marketing is actually a no-brainer, especially with the goldmine of free plugins available. Best of all, implementing social proof as part of your marketing strategy rewards you just for being your awesome self to your clients and customers.
Whether you're a successful photographer, or you have created a simple photo blog to captures your memories, there are some wonderful plugins out there to ensure your photos look as beautiful as they are special. The bonus is they each have free versions that work very well right out of the box.
From sharpening your images, and adjusting the hue, to adding cool effects, and even creating a meme, these plugins add these awesome capabilities directly into your WordPress site.
When you’ve created a beautiful WordPress site for a client, the last thing you want is for your client to break it. It’s also the last thing they want. The level of comfort that clients have with operating their new site ranges from confident enough to be dangerous, to being fearful of clicking anything at all.
In this Weekend WordPress Project we'll take a quick look at two plugins that can help you protect clients from themselves and make your life easier. These plugins take a two-pronged approach – firstly, limiting what users can do in the dashboard and, secondly, providing a log of all changes on the site.
Chances are, you're here because you love WordPress, and you love the idea of protecting your site that you worked on so tirelessly. There are a lot of plugins out there to secure your site, but there's one that's often overlooked, and perhaps shouldn't be.
Boasting a feature-packed plugin to stop hackers in their tracks, it's consistently being updated to help protect against newer threats. It's Wordfence Security.
Third-party providers like Lead Pages and UnBounce offer a no-tech option for countless landing and sales page configurations. But you’re a WordPress savvy developer, you should be able to guide your clients through a landing page solution.
Today we’re going to look at resources, themes, and plugins you can use to create functional, professional looking, self-hosted sales and squeeze pages.
It’s probably safe to bet that the overwhelming majority of WordPress developer and design clients are in business. And the entire point of creating a website presence for any business is conversion, that is, turning visitors into buyers.
If your WordPress site sits at the heart of any community then it will benefit from WPMU Dev’s latest plugin, Jobs & Experts. How do we know? Because it’s based on our own Jobs & Pros feature on this very website.
Jobs & Experts makes it easy to connect members of your community who have a need with members who have the expertise. Not only will this benefit the community but it will also help cement your site as the go to destination.
Let’s take a closer look at Jobs & Experts: it’s more than just a jobs board.
There are many amazing video chat plugins for WordPress, but which one to choose? That's the real question. It's certainly a fantastic way to connect to your customers, audience, and team from around the world, all in the comfort of your own home, office, or both. I'll show you which plugin is right for you based on how you want to interact with your clients, fans, co-workers, or employees — seeing them face to face right from your WordPress site.
Most of these plugins let you add video chats right to your site's page so you also have the option of limiting access, or even adding video chats as a paid feature with WPMU Dev's Membership Plugin. You're definitely in for a whirlwind of fun with all the possibilities these plugins have to serve up.
Now is the best time to build a magazine on WordPress. Seriously. All the tools are there. And WordPress is getting more feature-rich by the day. So, you have a real opportunity to create something stellar.
We’ve already covered how to set up an issues-based magazine in the past using manual coding as well as how to create a magazine cover-style homepage, so we won’t rehash old material here.
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.