Share this graphic if WordPress has improved your life. I know it has given me a lot of opportunities, and I bet it has helped many of you too.
While working on a recent WordPress development project, I decided to do some research on responsive grids and frameworks. As usual, I’m here to share with you what I’ve found.
As you might know, there is a whole sea of grids, frameworks and what not, and it is very easy to get lost or confused. I’m going to try to help you out by writing some notes about each grid/framework I mention. I’ll also be listing them in order of complexity, starting from the most basic, easy to learn and going on to more heavy systems.
Are you a blogger chasing the cash? Stop right here then, because today we have a plugin that can give you a good boost towards achieving your dream! A website is nothing if it isn’t recognisable on the brand level, has little visitors, and generates no waves in the community. Pay with a Like promises to help you with getting more leads and higher rankings, leading to more brand awareness and profits. We all know how much value Google sees in social media activity and inbound links for your site. And having masses of traffic to your site usually results…
Alan Dawidowicz from Adamantium has just announced the release of a starter kit that helps you on your way to creating custom WordPress themes.
WPKube has just published a list of the top 100 WordPress blogs, I highly recommend you check out the post and take a look at those websites which you might not have come across before.
Elegant Themes have redesigned their website with a gorgeous minimal look that is a big improvement over their previous design, which was looking a bit dated. Now’s a great time to check out this superb theme shop and browse their collection of themes.
Do you have a great blog with useful content, but are striving to make more people aware of it? Are you looking for simple ways to make your blog posts more popular? Luckily for you, Divvy HQ have created a helpful 12-step “Blog Post Promotion Checklist” you can follow for each blog post you write. With these simple steps you you will know how to promote your blog post.
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…