The Block Editor caused quite a stir when it was included in the release of WordPress 5.0. Despite the controversy, it’s opened doors for new kinds of development and helped to streamline editing and publishing for users.
That said, there are still many ways it can be improved. These block plugins include additional content elements that can make crafting posts and pages faster and easier than ever.
The WooCommerce default quantity is one, and there’s no way to change that in the plugin’s native settings. However, increasing that number can help you encourage more sales and make it easier for customers to purchase complete sets of items or products they’ll likely need in bulk.
With the WooCommerce Default Quantity plugin, you can set a new default quantity for all your products globally, by category, or individually. In this post, we show you how.
Running a blog is a big responsibility. There are a lot of tasks to take care of in order to keep your site chugging along smoothly, and trying to juggle them all manually can be overwhelming. Fortunately, there are several WordPress plugins that can help.
In this post, we take a look at seven tools that can help you manage your blog and take it to the next level. From creating content to post promotion, these plugins can help you save time and effort while checking all the most important items off your to-do list.
WP Scheduled Posts is a convenient tool that lets you manage all of your WordPress posts from a great-looking calendar view. It lets you use drag-and-drop to rearrange your content as needed. And you can also create or edit content right from the calendar view.
Although it’s easy to overlook, the WordPress Login Page is an important part of your site. It provides a prime opportunity to display your branding but can also be a serious security vulnerability.
With LoginPress, you can apply custom styling to your WordPress Login Page to proudly feature your brand’s logo and design. Plus, it includes several key features to keep hackers away. Here’s how to put it to work on your site.
Mental health and wellbeing in the WordPress community are topics that have been getting more attention lately, and deservedly so. The WP&UP initiative has been at the forefront of this effort. This is an introduction to their story.
In this Prodigy Commerce review, I’ll be looking at a new WordPress eCommerce plugin that uses the second approach. It can have you up and running with a secure, user-friendly eCommerce store in very little time.
If you are looking to translate your WordPress website then the most popular way is by using WPML. One of its criticisms has been its slow load page times. However, WPML has now revamped its String Translation which will reduce load page times by more than 50% when you use the plugin.
Getting instructors on your LearnDash website to create more courses and manage students is an efficient way to grow your training business. The multi-instructor plugin is easy to use, seamless and can transform LearnDash into a thriving teaching community.