A review of the best drag and drop builder plugins that are available online, including Visual Composer, Velocity Page and Elegant Builder and more.
While NextGen Gallery currently rules as the most popular gallery plugin for WordPress, Envira Gallery takes it on by claiming to be fast, simple, and efficient. Does it live up to its promises? It sure looks like it…!
I’ve been trying to set up debugging on and off with SublimeText over the years, and I never quite got it right.
Today I was determined to make it work and finally I managed.
A few days ago we announced the release of WP RSS Aggregator version 4.0, the best version yet of this popular plugin.
We also ran a giveaway to celebrate this milestone, and asked you to tell us how you would use the add-ons if you were the winners of the giveaway.
After going through all the responses and reading about the various ways that the participants would use it to import RSS feed content to their WordPress site, we selected 4 winners.
Last week we ran our regular giveaway and our partner CMS Commander was offering 4 yearly memberships for 20 website worth $149 each. Winning this prize gives you an opportunity to manage up to 20 weblogs remotely with CMS Commander.
I am currently working on some site redesigns and as usual, I started to take a look around for some inspiration. It was then that I came across ‘Design for Conversions’, by Brian Casel.
Now this is not your typical web design book, what caught my eye is that Brian is specifically talking about design for a particular purpose, in this case conversions. In reality, we all want better conversions for our sites, don’t we? However not all design books and resources take that into consideration.