Kate is a passionate web designer who loved WordPress from the minute she laid her eyes on its code. Writing about WordPress themes and plugins is her dream come true.
Do you have large amounts of table data (statistics, financial data, sports results, scientific data etc) on your website? If so, then managing it can be one of the most frustrating things in your day. Building tables can be tedious and confusing, especially when you have to spend hours aligning everything.
You need to check out wpDataTables, the leading WordPress plugin for tables and charts. Making tables and charts can be reduced to mere minutes, and you will avoid five major issues:
There are WordPress themes that enable you to build attractive pages and websites. There are others that take you a step further. They do so by enabling you to create stunning visual experiences. Uncode is such a WordPress Theme.
We live in a visual world, and our brains, which can soak up information like a sponge, act accordingly. Our brains can process text as quickly as we can read it but can process images 60,000 times faster.
Designing portfolios and websites that attract attention is a key web designing skill. This requires an ability to create truly stunning visual experiences. That in turn, requires an ability to fully utilize the potential power of visuals.
wpDataTables makes table and chart building, and the associated data management tasks required to build them, an easy task. This best-selling, easy to learn and use WordPress plugin, is already in use by more than 12,000 companies.
These companies, together with other wpDataTables users, work with many different types of data, e.g., scientific, financial, statistical, etc.; all of which are easily managed and displayed using this powerful WordPress plugin.
As a freelancer, you might have struggled with procrastination at one time or another. So did everyone else in your profession. You may feel a sense of relief by putting something off for a later time. However, this feeling is usually short-lived.
Managing massive amounts of numbers, and related data can be about as much fun as pushing your car 8 blocks to a gas station. You’re never sure if you can get there, and when you do, you’ve got to figure out a way to make up for all the time you’ve lost.
The earlier Be prebuilt-website installer wasn’t bad. It did what it was designed to do, but preparing for an install was not a particularly user-friendly operation. The UI needed to perform certain functions was not the best; nor for that matter, was the UX design.
Choosing the right WordPress theme should be easy. But that’s not always the case. Beginners don’t always know what to look for in a theme. Even if they do, the sheer number of marketed themes can be overwhelming. After a while, they begin to look alike.
If you’ve had, or are currently experiencing, this problem, there’s good news. As you read on, you’ll see what to look for in a theme. Read further, and you’ll find a listing of eight of the best themes on the market today. You don’t need to sift through hundreds, or even dozens. These eight are good enough.
It’s not uncommon for even experienced freelance web designers to encounter productivity issues. They take on too much work, only to discover too late that their tools or work habits are, in some respects, lacking.
The result: longer hours, missed deadlines, and even the occasional loss of a client. Working harder doesn’t seem to solve anything, and often makes matters even worse. If this is happening to you, the benefits of freelancing you used to enjoy, such as working to your own schedules, not having a boss looking over your shoulder, and choosing your own clients, have gotten lost in the shuffle.