Of late, videos have grown in popularity, and more and more websites are now offering video content to their users. You can credit it to the fact that we all have better internet speeds nowadays, or that videos in general are much easier to understand as compared to text content, but the fact remains the same: be it social media or publishing websites, videos have become a popular factor everywhere.
WordPress has a number of plugins that provide rating and/or comment systems for you to obtain user feedback, however they’re all limited in some way or another, be it in the number of options available or the styling provided out of the box.
There was therefore the need for a WordPress plugin that meets all the needs in one; an easily customisable rating system, a comment feedback system, and a multitude of options to cater for as many requirements as possible. It’s at this moment that I introduce you to the first premium plugin from the folks at Elementous; Rating Manager.
MobiAD is a mobile advertising platform that benefits both the advertiser and the publisher, and it’s completely free and very easy to setup and start using. It allows you to monetise mobile traffic by displaying banner ads, interstitials, and native ads, and is connected to over 100 demand side platforms (DSP).
It is no secret that website speed matters a lot when it comes to improving the performance of your website. Google has openly stated on numerous occasions that faster page load times equal better user experience and as such, websites that load fast have a better chance of getting a higher search engine rank.
Widgets for the back-bone of any WordPress website. While the trend nowadays is to sacrifice the sidebar in favor of a content-centric website layout, especially for personal blogs, the sidebar and footer widgets still play a big role in conveying useful information to your visitors, such as subscription and social media buttons, as well as additional information about yourself or your website or blog.
When you’re a developer handling a number of WordPress sites, or have a number of your own personal websites to attend to, you know how tedious it can get to maintain every single one individually.
You have to keep every websites’ themes and plugins up to date, login to each site every time you’d like to publish a post, create back-ups for each one, and so on. All this takes up a lot of your time, time which can be used more productively.
Hence the creation of CMS Commander – your WordPress command centre.
One of the latest and most successful plugins to provide anti-spam protection without the need of captcha was dubbed by the folks at WPShout as “the Akismet of online forms”, and it’s been fittingly named Goodbye Captcha.
inSite was created to offer “smart, personalized recipes that automatically change your website at pre determined trigger points to create a richer, more engaged and relevant visitor experience that drives greater conversion.” It offers a code-free means of enhancing your visitors’ experience while browsing through your WordPress site at no extra cost and with minimal effort.
Having a Multilanguage WordPress site is crucial for many businesses. We compare the two best WP multilingual plugins: WPML vs QTranslate.