We are looking for a support specialist for our WP RSS Aggregator plugin project, and other plugins we have in the pipeline.
This week we have an interview with Robert Abela. He is a fellow Maltese, like myself and Jean, and also the founder of a great WordPress plugin, WP Security Audit Log.
Robert has grown the plugin to over 80,000 active installs and an average rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars on wordpress.org. That’s no mean feat, so we decided to ask him a few questions about where he came from, how he grew the business, and what’s to come of Robert and WP Security Audit Log in the future.
WP Security Audit Log is a comprehensive activity log plugin that keeps a log of every change that happens on your WordPress sites and multisite networks. It is available as a free plugin with additional premium features.
In this plugin review we are going to highlight the benefits of activity logs on WordPress sites and multisite networks, and also look into the features of this WordPress activity log plugin.
This week we have a special giveaway for you! We have teamed up with JoomUnited to give you a chance to win 1 of 3 completely FREE Developer Bundles.
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.
This week we have a brand new giveaway! We have teamed up with WebsitePolicies.com for a different type of giveaway. Participating in this competition will give you a chance to win 1 of 3 completely FREE bundles of 5 premium policies.
We are a remote team currently spread across 4 countries. Aside from communication being key, our choice of communication tools is vital. Here’s why we moved away from Slack and opted to start using Twist.
The WordPress media library is, well, a decent library, but that’s about it. Many times we want to do more than just upload, somewhat edit and select an image or other media file. Here is a selection of the best plugins to improve your media library management and display images better, among a few other things.