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.
On WooCommerce websites important transactions are happening all the time, but finding a good WooCommerce backup solution is not easy. Here are a few recommendations to help you make that decision.
There are several ways of monetization that generate recurring revenue, and the most common being subscriptions. Here’s how you can make use of this model and add a layer of personalization with custom boxes.
A lot goes into creating a professional photography site. You want to make sure it clearly displays your work while also enabling visitors to promote or purchase it.
In this review, we explore NextGEN Gallery and its premium extensions. With over a dozen gallery layouts, integrated social sharing, and automated print order fulfillment, this plugin has everything your photography site needs.
In this week’s giveaway we have teamed up with WpStream! Participating in this competition will give you a chance to win a free 6 month subscription of WpStream’s Team package.
Forums are a smart solution for increasing engagement on your WordPress site. In order to set one up, however, you’ll need a WordPress forum plugin. There are several to choose from, including both premium and free options. In this post, we’ll introduce you to the top five and help you decide which is best for you!