Looking to protect your WordPress login and keep the bad guys away? SnapID gives you the ability to login to your site by sending a simple text message from your cell phone. And with “two-factor authentication”, SnapID can also be used in combination with your WordPress username and password for the ultimate protection.
Shopping online is quite common today, and why not? You can purchase anything now using your laptop or mobile device. Online marketplaces brings that much convenience to you and also maintain their quality, that’s how this business is done. In this article, we will show you how easy it is for you to have your own market and how quick you can build it.
With each update, the features and functionality behind WordPress continue to improve. But when it comes to the WordPress admin interface, it’s pretty much looked the same for years, even when WordPress 3.8 tried to bring us a fresher design.
This has opened the door for WordPress plugin developers to create WordPress admin themes that allow for unique, custom-branded interfaces. One such offering is a premium plugin called Material WP, from the people at 732.
Everyone vies for a spot on Google’s first page in hopes that their website will be a standout amongst even the toughest competition. That’s why so many people look to website designers to create one-of-kind projects for their brand.
If you have ever worked with a client designing any part of their WordPress website, you know that feedback is essential for client satisfaction and ultimately, client retention. You are probably also aware that receiving quality feedback is not always easy.
Sliders are a great way to present various types of content to your website’s visitors while also ensuring that your site is aesthetically pleasing and attractive to the visitors’ eye. Many WordPress themes come bundled with sliders, however it’s a good idea to look at and work with a slider plugin that you choose. Here we take a look at one of the best plugins currently on the market – Smart Slider 3.
It has been said that RSS is a kind of glue that binds web content, social networks and media together. And it’s easy to see why. Also referred to as Rich Site Summary, or Really Simple Syndication, RSS is a protocol that allows people to share and read content without having to regularly visit a website to see what’s new. RSS feeds are automatically generated by blogs, news sources and online publications and are available in a standardised format that makes it simple for readers to access and keep up with their favourite news and updates quickly and easily. In short, subscribing to RSS feeds from established sites is an easy way of gathering valuable content, which can be read at leisure or published and shared on your website.