WordPress is changing. The current TinyMCE text editor that millions of users are familiar with will soon be replaced with the new Gutenberg editor. This is one of the biggest changes to the WordPress experience since the platform launched, so…
Images are a great way to make your site more attractive, and can offer depth and context to both your design and content. However, hosting images on your site can have a massive impact on its performance. This can greatly…
If you are new to WordPress then you might be unaware that conferences called WordCamps are held on a regular basis, all around the world. At these events attendees can improve their knowledge on all aspects of using WordPress by sitting in on presentations from local and international speakers that are experts in their respective fields.
The obvious way to create a manual order in WooCommerce is to navigate to the orders page in the admin panel. Just click ‘Add New’ at the top and enter the details. But sometimes there’s specific functionality that only shows up on the front-end and is not included on the orders page.
Do you enjoy using WordPress, but sometimes wish you could use more flexible layouts for your posts and pages, making use of columns, rows, and tabs? If this sounds like something you could put to good use on your site in order to create more attractive and interactive content, then the free Shortcodes Ultimate plugin could be just what you are looking for.
Meta Slider is a free, easy to use plugin that allows WordPress users to add custom slides to widgets, posts, and pages.
There are plenty of free or inexpensive WordPress plugins that simplify social sharing, however, selecting the one that’s right for you can be quite overwhelming. To help you sort through the madness, we recommend these five solutions, in no particular order. They’re easy to install, easy to maintain, and will encourage your readers to share your content.