Some WordPress users require full-blown ecommerce solutions (like MarketPress); however, some don’t need quite that much. Still, they need a solution that will let them sell their products with confidence through PayPal and give them some payment processing options at the same time.
In this post, we’ll go over 5 PayPal plugin that let you do everything from add a shopping cart right to your site to simply take donations.
Keeping readers’ attention is everything and the longer the content, the harder it is.
A steady scroll of text and embedded images is going to have a tough time maintaining the interest, which is why so many sites go to great lengths for formats that vary considerably.
Bringing these techniques to your own WordPress site is not difficult, once you know the secret to creating great looking content.
Setting up a localhost environment for WordPress can save you loads of time if you regularly test themes and plugins. And thanks to DesktopServer, it can take as little as 5 minutes to get WordPress up and running on your local machine.
DesktopServer is so easy, you may even consider ditching WAMP.
In this tutorial, I’ll walk you through how to set up the limited version of DesktopServer on OS X.
Not only does bbPress (the forum software created by the same people who make WordPress) integrate very easily into WordPress, it’s also very similar to it in that it often takes a number of plugins to get it working the way you’d like.
In this post we’ve got 15 very good ones for you. These plugins will allow you to extend bbPress’ features to get it running the way you want your forum to run.
Providing PDF downloads of your WordPress posts can be an effective way for readers to engage with your longer content and to cut down on TLDR click-aways.
In this article, I’ll take a look at 4 plugins that will provide PDF copies of your posts and explain why (and how) you are better off doing it manually.
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Using WordPress in a local server environment is a must if you regularly test or develop themes and plugins.
Not only will your local sites run faster, but testing new features on your local machine will be safer than testing them on a live site.
Setting up WordPress locally isn’t difficult and will save you a lot of time if you’re constantly installing and uninstalling WordPress online.
In this tutorial I’ll walk you through how to set up MAMP on OS X, including installing MAMP, basic MAMP configuration, creating a MySQL database, and installing WordPress. I’ve included optional steps for setting up Multisite.
If you’re new to WordPress and you’ve logged out of your own site and have no idea how to log back in again, it can be a frustrating experience.
While many themes used to feature a link to the admin login URL back in the day, it’s rare to find a theme that nowadays that does.
In today’s Weekend WordPress Project I’ll show you how to quickly locate your login URL.
Despite the fact there are hundreds upon thousands of themes available for WordPress, it’s still hard to find “the one.” You know, the perfect theme that will fulfil all of your hopes and dreams for your blog and put you in the mood to write.
Finding a great free theme can be difficult. Searching through the WordPress Theme Repository can be time consuming and often free themes lack beautiful design.
Below is a collection of free blogging themes that are all ideal for personal sites when you want the focus on your words.