Few problems hold the collective imaginations of WordPress bloggers in the fearful grips of panic more than site security. We work hard on our content, and safeguarding it is vital to both fiscal and emotional well-being. The sad truth about the state of human affairs is the same as it’s been for the entirety of our existence: some of us a jerks. If a few have the power, knowledge, and wherewithal to dominate, destroy, or even slightly irritate others for no other reason than personal enjoyment, more than just a few will act on it.
Hummingbird Web Solutions has been developing WordPress plugins and themes for a while now and has sold them under various brand names. Recently though, they decided to consolidate all their offerings under one umbrella –WPEka Club. This is fast-emerging as a one-stop shop for all WordPress needs and is continually adding new plugins and themes to its repository every month.
WordPress is the blog platform of choice for neophyte and advanced bloggers alike. Powering over 70 million blogs, this avant-garde Web technology allows anyone with a passion for self-expression to publish their thoughts, even if these folks think that CSS, PHP and Ruby on Rails are public transit networks.
Restricting content access to certain parts of your website is one of the most popular ways of monetizing your content, so here are a number of plugins to help you out in creating a private section on your blog or WordPress website.
There are many calendar plugins out there, each serving different needs, from the basic calendar we all know, to a calendar specifically for Facebook events.
Here we take a look through the best free and premium calendar plugins on offer.