Earlier this year Facebook introduced some changes to their API which broke autopost features in many plugins include Jetpack. Many users were up in arms against these changes as they could no longer post to their personal Facebook profiles or Facebook groups.
However, there is still a solution that works perfectly fine.
Facebook Feed WD is a versatile and multifunctional WordPress Facebook feed plugin which allows you to integrate Facebook profile/public group/page feeds into your posts and pages. The options for displaying the feeds are impressive, as the plugin comes with tons of configuration and customization possibilities, view settings, content filters, etc.
Did you ever think you could play with web design trends, in the truest sense of the word? Now you can because the guys from TemplateMonster have created a unique pack of cards where each card illustrates a web design trend (for example, Minimalism, Responsive Web Design, Flat Design, Non-Standard Navigation, Circular Design Elements, Vector Illustrations, etc).
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If you’re not a designer, or don’t generally have an eye for design, it can be difficult to make the right choices when it comes to the look and feel of your blog. Here are a few steps you can take, to ensure your blog design is cohesive and looks professional.
When it comes to hosting your WordPress website, there’s a lot of choice out there. Do you go for a shared hosting environment and sacrifice performance in return for budget prices? Or do you pay a significant premium for managed WordPress hosting and have the hassle free experience it provides? Then there’s everything else in between. How on earth are you supposed to decide?
Integrating your WordPress site or blog with social media is a must in today’s world, especially when it comes to the most popular social media; Facebook. The plugins I’ve complied in this list are great for doing just that.
Last May, The New York Times leaked internal Innovation Report reported that homepage traffic had plummeted by a shocking 50% over the last two years. This caused panic and created debates across the web amongst marketers, news-based websites and basically anyone with a stake in a triple w address. The truth is – despite growing use of different social channels, brands and businesses can’t forget about website traffic and need to be integrating their social content into websites in a manner that is more than just adding links to their social accounts.
Most of the programmers have never considered Facebook as a good resource where they can learn or code. On contrary to this belief, there are many forums available on internet where experienced coders are available for help. Some are free and few charge for the services.