Hey there, dear readers! We got our hands dirty once again, looking for the best and only the best free resources released over the last few weeks by the nice people of the Internet. Our search was not in vain and now we have a whole bunch of stuff to give away.
LifterLMS is a plugin which turns WordPress into a fully-fledged Learning Management System, allowing you to publish course content, conduct tests, track progress and award certificates when the user attains certain goals, set by you.
ProfilePress is a WordPress plugin that adds a number of front end forms to your website. The included forms include login, registration, password reset, and profile management forms.
We’re off to WordCamp Europe 2015 in Seville, we’ll be there on Wednesday around noon, just in time to meet a few people and check the city out before WordCamp goes in full swing. We’re super excited to be attending this event, I’m sure it will be the biggest WordCamp Europe so far.
Sliders are commonplace on many WordPress sites, and even though they’ve got some stick for possibly slowing down some sites or not fitting in with the latest web design trends, there are still some great options out there.
In fact, as long as you find a slider plugin that looks great, works smoothly and doesn’t bog down your site, you can create some impressive sliders can really grab your visitors’ attention.
Introducing MotoPress Slider.
We’ve all heard how important it is to rank well with Google and how vital it is to take SEO seriously if you want your website to be a success, so what can you do to rank higher on Google’s search index? Well, there are a few things that can be done to move up the rankings, but in this post I’ll be discussing a particular aspect of them – HTTPS. It’s only been introduced last year and so far has a minimal impact on your ranking, but it’s importance is growing.