Hey there, dear readers! We got our hands dirty once again, looking for the best and only the best free resources released over the last few weeks by the nice people of the Internet. Our search was not in vain and now we have a whole bunch of stuff to give away.
Ads Pro is a WordPress plugin that provides website publishers and ad managers with a variety of different options for creating, purchasing, managing, of selling advertising. More than anything else, this plugin has automated these processes, making them far less error prone, while at the same time functioning as a significant time-saver.
WordPress is currently the most popular content management system, being used by 23,6 % of all the websites. WordPress is extremely widespread, but that doesn’t make it immune to security breaches. Weak passwords, vulnerable templates and plugins are an easy target for malicious users, thus, website owners must resort to all sorts of security plugins to secure their websites.
An optimized site means two things: fast loading times and less resources needed. The benefits of having a well-performing website are many but the most important ones are: improved user experience, better ranking in the search engines and last, but not least, lower hosting expenses. Below, I will show you five ways to improve the performance of your WordPress website.
Backbone.js and Underscore.js are now part of WordPress, but where can you start learning from?
If you’re creating plugins for WordPress, chances are you’ll need to use AJAX at some point. Today I want to share with you some of the best resources I’ve found while I was learning how to use AJAX in plugins myself. Hope you find them useful.
As you probably know the best way to load scripts in WordPress is to use the wp_enqueue_script() function. However the process for loading scripts is slightly different depending on where you’re calling the script from.