When maintaining and marketing a WordPress site, the right tools can save you a ton of time and stress. In this post we’ve collected the best tools website owners will be using in 2017.
WordPress is quickly becoming the CMS of choice for colleges and universities. From WPCampus (the first conference specifically dedicated to WordPress in higher education) to WordCamp tracks devoted to higher ed, it’s easy to see how the community has embraced the unique needs of the higher education community.
How can you leverage the power of WordPress for your own institution? We’ve pulled together a massive list of resources to help you out.
The end of December usually means we’re going to see many blog posts about New Year’s resolutions and year reviews all around the web. Of particular interest to me are the reviews pertaining to people in the WordPress community.
Thankfully, we are blessed with being part of a a very open and transparent community. A good number of developers not only tell us how their business has fared but some of them even share their numbers for full disclosure. These posts are hugely inspirational for those who are just starting off or thinking about starting a WordPress business.
Have you ever needed your WordPress theme to match another design? Sometimes you’re integrating a blog into an existing website, other times you’re converting an old site to WordPress – Either way, it’s an age old problem.
Remember Views? It’s the plugin that lets you build complex WordPress sites without coding.
Over the last two years, Views has evolved from very basic functionality to a rich package, loaded with features. Unfortunately, this parade of features has led to a complex GUI. For a plugin that aims to help rapid website development, a complex GUI is the last thing you need.
And so, we’re happy to introduce Views 1.3, with just one goal in mind – usability.
Many themes come with their own sliders. There are also great plugins that create slides out of anything. Still, in many cases, creating your own slider is the best solution. I’ll show how you can create your own sliders out of any WordPress content and display them anywhere in your site, using Toolset plugins.
Types, Views, CRED and Access (which make up Toolset) have been upgraded.
With the new features being released, this is the perfect time to purchase these plugins. I remind you that we have some fantastic discounts on Toolset and its components over on our Deals page.
All three plugins can be purchased separately or bought together under the Toolset package.