With each update, the features and functionality behind WordPress continue to improve. But when it comes to the WordPress admin interface, it’s pretty much looked the same for years, even when WordPress 3.8 tried to bring us a fresher design.
This has opened the door for WordPress plugin developers to create WordPress admin themes that allow for unique, custom-branded interfaces. One such offering is a premium plugin called Material WP, from the people at 732.
Ever since the moment Internet traffic from mobile devices exceeded traditional computers, marketers and analysts noticed a monumental shift toward the “mobile first” world. The time for monolithic desktop PCs were slowly coming to a standstill.
Whatever level of WordPress developer you are, I’m pretty sure you’ve all wished you were a bit better at one aspect of it or another. But finding the ideal online course, or forum, or other place to get help, is never an easy task.
No matter how many sites you visit, forums you frequent, and groups you turn to, nothing will beat getting advice from the top WordPress developers in the world. Following some of their blogs and such might be a good way to start, but the ideal solution would be a single location that brings together all these experts, and their expertise.
That’s where WP Sessions comes in.
Experiencing long page load times on your WordPress site? Here’s a great all-in-one premium solution to your problem – WP Rocket.
If you’ve ever wanted to run a contest on your site, but lack the funds to offer a decent prize, then Incentivibe will be of great interest to you. Incentivibe allows business and website owners to group together in order to offer big contest prizes, while only paying a fraction of the cost.
Whereas traditionally a single site’s budget might not stretch to a $500 giveaway for a contest, by using Incentivibe, it is now possible to split the cost of funding the prize with other site owners, with each contributor being able to promote the contest on their own site.
Last year Pippin Williamson, a very well known WordPress freelance developer and creator of Easy Digital Downloads, launched a tutorial site focused on WordPress plugin development. Let’s learn more about it in this review.
I’ve recently been invited to try out the InfiniteWP service, and after some weeks of usage, I’m here to report my findings about it. Check out the article to see why I believe InfiniteWP is one of the best services in the multi site management niche.