In an age where hackers prey on small businesses and their websites, it’s more important than ever to ensure your WordPress site is as protected as possible. Thankfully, by addressing a handful of common issues, you can effortlessly increase your overall level of security and diminish your chances of being targeted by these nosy criminals.
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WordPress is such a great CMS platform by allowing people to build fully functional websites right off the bat. By choosing the right theme and plugins, they can create a blog, an ecommerce site, or business site. It doesn’t hurt that WordPress is easy to use and manage compared to other platforms. As of February of 2014, over […]
Most developers have spent a bit of time using WordPress as it is one of the more stable platforms available. Plugins and themes are the cornerstone to easy design changes. Customizing your own website can be tough, however a CMS is always a better solution to save yourself the manual labor. This current deal is […]
The Thesis theme framework from DIYThemes boasts of a no-frills, content-championing philosophy and aesthetic in order to build a site, all while providing its users with powerful options to do so. Out of the box, Thesis has a stark yet highly readable appearance that will appeal to those who value typography, whitespace, and clean lines. […]
Created by Rocketthemes, Mercato is a premium e-commerce theme that turns your WordPress site in to full-fledged online shop without the need for installing additional plugins. This seem doesn’t appear to skimp on e-commerce features including: shipping and tax calculations, coupon codes, support for both tangible and digital products, product variations, hierarchical categories, stock inventory […]
Pinterest is probably the hottest online sharing and organizing social network today, and if your website’s community has jumped on the pinning bandwagon, make sure it’s easy for them to share and save your stuff with the “Pin It” button. Here’s how you can add it to your WordPress site (including Genesis Framework-powered sites).
Recently I had to go through the WordPress themes for iPhone apps for a client. Surprisingly there aren’t many available and not all are really great. The best is always to have a theme designed specially for your app, but time and budget can play you parts. Not everyone has a big budget to develop […]
Time to revise those WordPress plug-ins. WordPress is still the most common used publishing system by experts an amateurs alike. Which means also the most targeted by hackers, spam, bots, etc. I compiled a list of new and older, still popular and useful plug-ins for you to try out. Some plug-ings have been around since […]
One can never get tired of WordPress themes or have too many of them ready to use. I collected a fresh batch of WordPress themes, most of them are very recent. They all work with WordPress 3 and these ones are all white. Now that Jetpack plug-in was released for self-hosted WordPress sites, theme makers […]
WordPress 3.1 now adds the familiar Admin Bar to your website/weblog. A feature made popular by Tumblr first. WordPress added the Admin Bar a while ago to their web based weblogs and now to self hosted weblogs. While a handy feature, not everyone is crazy about it. Myself for one, sometimes I can get really […]
A good way to get visitors input is using a poll or survey form. There are various web applications that you can use for free or on a trial version. But if you use WordPress for your website and want total control over your theme and data, a WordPress plug-in is the way to go. […]