As demand for WordPress sites continues to grow, we are seeing quite a number of PSD to WordPress conversion shops open up online. Some of them have been in the business offering PSD to HTML, and are now offering PSD to WordPress as an additional offering, however there are also those who specialise purely in Photoshop to WordPress conversions.
Today I came across Themeland, which is a free theme marketplace that launched in January 2012. The best way to describe it would probably be saying that it is more or less a ThemeForest clone with the benefit that the files are free for personal use. If you will use the themes for commercial purposes you will need to pay a fee.
Catermax.com, one of the WordPress websites we built recently has been featured on Welovewp.com. The Catermax website features a fully custom theme built from scratch.
Amir Helzer and the team behind top WordPress multilanguage plugin WPML look likely to hit another home run with the release of two new plugins, Types and Views. These 2 plugins go hand in hand and help you build complex sites without coding.
We’ve recently come across an interesting niche plugin that helps you sell your domains. The author, Luciana Bruscino, will today be telling us a bit more about her plugin, My Domain List Pro.
Luciana is kindly offering two free licences to our readers, all you have to do to enter the chance of winning is to tweet about this post and post the link in the comments section.
Following our interview with Matthew Ruddy a few days ago, three lucky readers have won a licence for Riva Slider, congratulations to them! Remember to check out Riva Slider if you want a great slider plugin, and stay tuned for other giveaways in our upcoming interviews!
Let’s take a look at some of the ways you can display your latest tweets on your site without using plugins.
Following our interview with Amir Helzer a few days ago, four lucky readers have won a licence for WPML, congratulations to them!
AdRotate is a very popular ad management plugin for Wordpress. We take a look at some of its features.
Recently we’ve discussed responsive theme frameworks for WordPress, and as interest in this topic continue unabated, today we are suggesting some more resources for you to dig into.