WPML 3.4 and WooCommerce Multilingual 3.8 introduce an updated user interface and much improved workflow for translating WooCommerce sites. This update comes from extensive usability testing and helps compatibility with many WooCommerce extensions.
RSS, or Really Simple Syndication, is a very popular form of media delivery, even if most don’t think about it that way. You can follow an introduction to and a brief history about RSS feeds here, and if you’re not sure what you can create using RSS feeds, check out this post with just some of the best ideas.
Real estate websites require useful content to allow agents to deliver optimal user experience to their site’s viewership. We’ll discuss what consumers look for in a real estate website and show you how you can deliver on that front using the WP RSS Aggregator plugin.
A popular trend nowadays is to have a nice banner at the top of every post published on a blog. This helps set the tone and create an emotional response with the reader. In previous years it was more common to use photography for these banners or featured images, and it is indeed still a very good idea to use photography. However in more design or tech oriented blogs icons are all the rage at the moment. Here are the best stock icon sites I use on a regular basis.
WP RSS Aggregator, the RSS feed importer popular we launched way back in 2012, has broken the 500,000 download mark just a few days ago.
When I first released this plugin on the WordPress.org repository I could never have imagined that in just a few years it would have reached this important milestone and enabled me to run a product business based on its premium extensions.
It’s been over a week since we attended WordCamp Europe in Vienna and landed back on the tiny island we all call home, but it’s the first chance I’ve had to sit down and put this post together.
We came back with so many fresh ideas and with so much enthusiasm to put them into action that we haven’t stopped working since. This week I took the time to sit down and put my thoughts together, so here they are.
With large scale cyber attacks happening more often than anyone would like to admit, you might think to yourself that the chances your small WordPress website will be hacked are slim to none. After all, who would hack your website when there are so many bigger and better sites to attack?
Using WordPress as your content management system already puts you one step ahead of the rest of the online world as far as security is concerned. However, that does not make your website immune to hackers.
Today I am going to share with you why securing your WordPress website is so important and how using a security tool called Hide My WP to well…hide WordPress…can be used to help secure your website from unwanted intrusions and hacks.
Last week we released a major update for the EDD Bookings plugin – version 2.0.
The plugin had a complete overhaul on the back-end, with many improvements and fixes made on the front-end too. It was major undertaking that has produced a great extension for any existing or potential Easy Digital Downloads customers.
XStore has just launched. This new e-commerce WordPress theme takes into account some of the cool design trends professional web designers are following.
XStore could best be described as an aesthetically minimal theme, a theme that is easy to use and is able to deliver SEO optimized websites that are favored by the search engines.