wpDataTables makes table and chart building, and the associated data management tasks required to build them, an easy task. This best-selling, easy to learn and use WordPress plugin, is already in use by more than 12,000 companies.
These companies, together with other wpDataTables users, work with many different types of data, e.g., scientific, financial, statistical, etc.; all of which are easily managed and displayed using this powerful WordPress plugin.
GraphComment replaces the default WordPress comments system with a dynamic and engaging online community, and includes features for moderating, tracking, and analyzing visitor discussions.
Setka Editor is a WordPress page builder plugin that brings the power of post styles and grids to beautiful and engaging content.
Smart Footer System is a WordPress plugin that lets you take control of your footers. No longer is your footer an afterthought. Easily create custom footers that will help you increase conversions with relevant promotions, advertisements, and calls-to-action.
Ultimate FAQ provides an easy-to-use and highly customizable FAQ plugin for WordPress users. It offers multiple styles, drag-and-drop ordering, WooCommerce compatibility, live AJAX search, user question submission, and much more.
Oxygen for WordPress is a visual page builder with pixel-level control. For both beginners and power users, it allows for real-time customization of any site element using CSS properties, dozens of prebuilt components, and coding.
WooCommerce is best known for powering online shops for retail customers. Less people know that it’s also hugely popular for wholesale stores selling to trade users.
If you want to use it as a WooCommerce wholesale plugin – or a wholesale area to run alongside your public website – then it’s a bit trickier to get your head around. Strangely, there are no wholesale plugins in the list of official WooCommerce Extensions. However some excellent wholesale plugins from reputable companies are available.
Understanding how your visitors navigate your website and interact with your content is vital for optimizing site performance and conversions. In fact, by knowing what your visitors are up to on the daily can help you can better convert those same visitors into leads, sales, and loyal repeat customers.
Trying to sift through all of the data your WordPress website generates can be confusing and overwhelming. Especially if you do not know where to start. However, by educating yourself on what to look for, you can use that information to get on the path to success.
That’s why today we are going to further discuss the exceptional User Insights plugin and see what awesome features are included to help you make sense of your WordPress user data.
WordPress has become the most popular content management system in the world. While the software itself is pretty darn impressive, webmasters often find themselves in need of something a little extra. This will be true for those that utilize the WooCommerce system in conjunction with the WordPress CMS. The combination works significantly well, but there is one minor problem. Attempting to edit WooCommerce products through the WordPress system can be a downright hassle. That will soon change with the launch of a brand-new WordPress Plugin.
Until now, there was no easy way to create a WooCommerce product catalog to list products in a neat and compact format. In this post, I’ll walk you through how to do this using the new WooCommerce Product Table plugin, which was released last week. What is a WooCommerce Product Catalog? The term ‘product catalog’ is often used to mean different things. Looking for a suitable WooCommerce plugin can be quite confusing! Some product catalog plugins (e.g. YITH WooCommerce Catalog Mode, Catalog for WooCommerce and WooCommerce Catalog) disable the ‘Add to Cart’ button so you can’t buy online. This creates a read-only version of…