Many developers face difficulties when working with WordPress. In this article, we outline what those difficulties are and also come up with a suggestion: the help of Plesk, which provides a toolkit that helps take care of some of the biggest WordPress frustrations.
In this post I’d like to talk about money, specifically the profits you make from your WordPress business. I don’t really care what type of business you have, whether you’re a freelancer, agency, plugin or theme seller, SAAS owner, etc.
This is the last part of the three article series about how activity logs can help WordPress site administrators. In this third and last article we will see how activity logs can help WordPress site administrators like you to improve the security of your WordPress site and track down the source and damage in a post-hack scenario (forensics).
In this second article of a 3 part series on the use of activity logs in WordPress, we will see what logs WordPress site administrators and developers have to help them troubleshoot and solve technical issues.
When you have a WordPress site with multiple users contributing to it, you need to keep a record of everything that happens on your WordPress site in a WordPress audit trail (activity log). This is the first article in a 3 part series that covers the importance of activity logs in WordPress
Filling an entire site with content is no small task. Fortunately, the practice of curating content can help you add to your site quickly, without negatively impacting its visibility. When done correctly, content curation can even boost your SEO. Let’s talk about why that is!
When it comes boosting sales in e-commerce, cross-selling and up-selling strategies can help you get more out of every customer. Here’s a look at tactics you can implement on your WooCommerce store.
A case-study for the WP RSS Aggregator plugin. We look into a website called Classic Car Curation that, through the use of original content and imported RSS feeds, has amassed over 100,000 weekly hits on their WordPress site. A testament to the power of a constant flow of fresh content.
With WooCommerce being the e-commerce solution of choice for over 2.9 million WordPress sites, a headless commerce solution such as BigCommerce must offer something special to gain some market-share. Here’s a look at why that might actually start to happen.
Offering a multilingual site makes sense in today’s globalised world. Plugins like WPML make this easier for you, but more importantly it makes it easier for your visitors, allowing them to switch languages with just a push of a button.