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Invoice System on WordPress

How to Build an Invoice System on WordPress

There’s no other way to say this – I’m impressed. WordPress has become so much more than just a “blog platform” these days, and the extent of what’s possible is nothing short of incredible. Forums, e-commerce stores, membership sites, we all know that WordPress can run those easily at this point. But it turns out that it’s also quite exceptional with invoice systems.

In this guide, you will learn why handling your invoices through WordPress can be a good idea, what’s WordPress’ advantage over solutions like FreshBooks, who should use WordPress for invoices, and lastly, how to build an invoice system on your current WordPress website.

10 Best Free WordPress Themes Released in the Summer of 2015

The world of WordPress is this ever-changing space where everyone wants to have the best looking theme, the fastest site, and provide the overall best reading experience to their visitors. But this can only be achieved if the theme you’re using is a modern one. Without that, you’re lost among the mediocre, fighting for scraps of traffic, while other bloggers just overfeed on constant streams of traffic day after day.

Top 10 Free WordPress Themes Released in January 2015

The other very lively area of the WordPress space is the world of WordPress themes. And just to prove this to you, let’s start this new WordPress year with a fresh new list of some fresh new free WordPress themes released in January 2015 (literally, just several days ago).

The Best Free WordPress Themes in October 2014

There’s a lot happening on the WordPress scene these days. And even though WordPress took over as the most popular content management system on the web a long time ago, the reach of the platform somehow continues to grow in a miraculous way.

How to Build a WordPress Site That Doesn’t Use Text for Content

For years now, WordPress has been known as the top blogging platform out there. Just perfect for people who want to share their thoughts, articles, commentaries, or whatever else text-based content they have in store. Sounds just about right, doesn’t it? But what if you need WordPress to be the base of something a little bit more advanced?

12 Creative Ways for Freelance WordPress Developers to Get and Handle Clients

First things first, this isn’t yet another article talking about how essential it is to be active on Twitter or bid on various publicly available gigs on the internet. I’ve really kind of had it with this type of advice. In 2013, it’s bringing nothing to the table and I highly doubt that any freelancer would consider it useful at this point.

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