And we’re back again for the fourth instalment of the VPS setup guide for WordPress! Just to refresh your memories, we are setting up a VPS using the VPS.net service, optimised for faster serving of your WordPress sites. Today we will focus on caching, which is an essential element in speeding up your site. It is important that you follow step-by-step, so if you haven’t completed the previous parts, head back to those posts before starting Part 4.
As we’ve mentioned in yesterday’s post, PageLines released a really great update to its Framework. And if the shiny new features are not enough to get you excited, we’ve got something more for you. News of an unmissable offer to coincide with the new launch. Check out the post for more details…
PageLines released an update to its Framework today, featuring full integration of Twitter’s Bootstrap, live LESS CSS processing, improvements to the PageLines Store, Dashboard optimization – including live chat support right from your WordPress admin panel through a new subscription service PageLines Plus, and several new Drag & Drop sections. PageLines’ bleeding edge Framework sets new standards in WordPress design and development, for both new and pro users.
Last Friday the latest version of Wysija was launched. The version code named “Rooster” includes a host of new features. Read on to discover all the new goodies…
Photocrati have just announced that they have acquired NextGen Gallery, the plugin developed by Alex Rabe. This plugin has been one of the most downloaded plugins in the last few years, and it’s probably a good thing that there is now a company supporting the plugin and taking it to higher grounds.
A quick look at five of popular WordPress frameworks: Thesis, Genesis, Headway, Carrington, and Pagelines, including a video on how to get started with Pagelines 2.0.
Kohrus rate is a unique wordpress plugin that lets site visitors rate content on a site by simply posting content to the Twitter timeline.
Check out the Headway coupon inside, giving you 25% off all Headway licences!
Today we will be reviewing the WPMU.org website. Reviewing a whole website you ask? Yes, usually our reviews are of themes and plugins, however WPMU.org has so many interesting WordPress goodness in it that I am sure this will be a very interesting post for you. As our reviews are always impartial, we will be pointing out all the great things about this WordPress resource, and also any areas where we feel it could be improved.
Today’s interview brings us in touch with Simon Fairbairn, a WordPress freelance designer and developer who has been travelling around the world since 2010. Let’s discover how he manages to combine his love of travelling with keeping clients happy with his WordPress freelance services.