We all love ourselves some quizzes (unless you’re still a student) since they keep our brain cells engaged. When implemented online via WordPress quiz plugin, they can also double as icebreakers in addition to the website’s content. Because written content or even videos can only retain an audience for so long, depending on their attention […]
There is only one way to judge how good a banner template is, and that is to compare its click-through rate against your current banner ads. This is called A/B testing if you are testing two variations and multi-variant testing if you are checking three or more versions. What Is A/B Testing? You need to […]
A fast loading site is all the craze now and with good reason. According to this infographic at KISSmetrics, 25% of visitors leaving your site because its loads four seconds or more means lost revenue. Without those visitors, it will be more difficult for you to meet your goals. Without meeting your goals, you will […]
WordPress Monthly Roundup is a new feature on this blog to showcase the latest and best WordPress themes and plugins of the month. Every roundup will be published at the end of the month so expect the next post to be published the last week of next month.
Last month I found myself with my back against the wall: My theme was falling apart. In June of 2011 I had switched my site to the Headway Theme Framework, version 2.X. The changeover, initially, went very well. The theme was wonderful on the test site and, despite a hiccup or two in transferring it […]
The pop culture phenom called Instagram was brought for $1 billion by Facebook. I’m not surprised, everyone I know who has an iPhone or Android phone has Instagram on it!
If you plan to integrate Facebook into your WordPress setup there are some easy plugins and template hooks you can implement to achieve that goal. Whether you’re looking for an “upload and activate” plugin or embed friendly code there are plenty of options to choose from. In this section we examine Facebook Comments for Wordress […]
Many of us tend to install blog after blog and every time have to upload a series of WordPress plugins every time or browse through the plugin installer. A tedious and long task, especially for those of you who love running 60 plugins on every single blog. Vladimir Prelovac, serial plugin developer, has created WP […]
One of the most popular text and code editors for Mac OS X certainly is Panic’s Coda. Sadly Coda isn’t 100% compliant with the WordPress coding standards and neither is TextWrangler. Luckily not much is needed to make both editors compliant with the WordPress coding standards and in an entry over at Magp.ie Eoin Gallagher, […]
This commercial plugin allows users who wish to sell ebooks in PDF format to easily add a ‘Licensed to [customer name]’ footer to their ebooks in order to avoid file sharing of the ebook. PDFs can even be password protected automatically with the customer’s email address. Priced at $39.95 this might be a great investment […]