Create in Crello is a free WordPress plugin that integrates the Crello graphic design software into your WordPress site. You get instant access to Crello’s graphics editor, photographs, design elements, and thousands of free templates—all without the need to leave your website. Now you can easily create graphics for blogs, social media, advertising, and more.
Analytics have gone from being a niche tool to a practically essential aspect of optimizing your website. Google Analytics is often touted as a frontrunner in the field, but it’s not always the best solution for your needs. AFS Analytics is an all-in-one analytics solution that lets you analyze audience metrics and visitor behavior, browse real-time reporting, and customize your dashboard using drag-and-drop widgets.
This post will initially look briefly at the AFS Analytics plugin, along with its pricing. Then we’ll tackle a number of the plugin’s key elements, by looking at them one by one. By the end of the piece, you’ll have plenty of insight into how an alternative to Google Analytics could be for you!
One of the most pernicious myths about WordPress is that it is vulnerable to hackers. As the most popular Content Management System, running almost 60% of all websites that use a CMS, there will always be some WordPress sites that are no longer actively maintained or whose owners are simply unaware of what they need to do, so, yes, we will keep hearing about WordPress sites that have been hacked.
The truth is, however, that the huge and extremely active WordPress community, who follow the latest security trends and spring into action whenever a vulnerability is discovered, make the most secure CMS if you follow a few simple steps.
The thing that attracted many of us to WordPress is that it allows you to do a lot with an extremely small budget. Where, previously, a team of developers might spend weeks or months working to enable some specific functionality, and a team of designers might spend a similar amount of time to achieve a certain look, suddenly an ordinary person, with no coding ability, could find plugins and themes that would allow them to achieve the same thing within a few hours.
Struggling with how to create a WooCommerce wholesale order form for your store? The normal WooCommerce product pages are good for a lot of things – but wholesale ordering isn’t really one of them.
In this post, I’ll show you how to create a WooCommerce wholesale order form. Plus, this method also gives you the flexibility to customize things even further to match your unique needs.
We continue our exploration of the potential of Toolset, which enables non-coders to build advanced WordPress sites, in combination with any theme or pages builder.
In the previous article in this series, we took an epic journey through the Top 10 directory sites built with Toolset. That most typical type of use, the directory, gave us a sense of the variety of approaches you can take, influenced by the strengths of the theme you choose to use alongside Toolset.
In this thrilling installment, we look at another very common category for advanced WordPress sites, Education. Whether you want your site to provide services to students on your campus, or provide courses online, or sell fake degrees to morons, Toolset will allow you to put together the functionality you need without the expense and trauma of trying to hire a vaguely competent and honest coder.
Want to create a WooCommerce list view to display your products instead of the default WooCommerce shop page?
In this post, I’ll first talk about which types of stores can benefit from a list view. Then, I’ll show you how the WooCommerce Product Table plugin can help you generate a simple WooCommerce list view shortcode for your store.
It seems as if every marketing blog or podcast over the past few years has been obsessed with mailing lists. It has been made clear that if you have a popular website but are not doing all you can to capture your visitors’ email addresses, you are an idiot.
The idea is that your website is only the starting point in your relationship with your readers. If the trust you establish through your content is enough for them to give you their email address, you now have the ability to regularly reach out and update them on what is going on at your site (or, more realistically, to remind them that your site exists).