WooCommerce and WordPress have become a powerful combination for online commerce. Leveraging these two is the perfect combination for selling physical products, digital goods, and services online. It’s certainly no accident that it has become “the most customizable eCommerce platform for building your online business.”
Video backgrounds are a hugely popular website design trend that undoubtedly adds a touch of cool to any site. More importantly, though, using a video background is a powerful way to amplify your site’s message and engage visitors.
Do you have half an hour free to beef up your WordPress security knowhow? If so, you’ll want to take our new short course, WordPress Security Top Tips.
When it comes to plugins for laying out the pages on your WordPress site, Visual Composer is a hard one to beat. This easy-to-use drag-and-drop page builder with over 200 uniqueaddons will help the developer and the novice alike create just about any layout imaginable.
Being able to write your own plugins lets you write code that you can use on all your sites, regardless of the theme. Putting your code in a plugin is usually better practice than using the theme functions file. That way, you can switch themes without losing all the custom code on your site.
The new WPCOM.js library lets you harness the power of WordPress to build a free and easy-to-update back-end for your web or mobile apps. In our new short course, Get Started With the WPCOM.js WordPress API, you will learn how to use WPCOM with a WordPress.com site.
There are many instances when providing current temperatures and weather forecasts on a website can be useful. Restaurants, retreat centers, country clubs, and many other businesses and organizations can benefit from this kind of feature.
PHP is the language of WordPress. If you want to customize WordPress, for example by coding themes or plugins, PHP is the programming language you’ll need to learn.
In the first two parts of this tutorial series, we covered what dynamic page templates were and why they were needed. We also looked at the code required to implement them.
I’ve been developing with WordPress for around ten years now and, during that time, have used my fair share of Integrated Development Environments (IDEs). There’s certainly no shortage of choice these days, with literally dozens of different editors/IDEs available. (We’ll come to the distinction between an IDE and an editor shortly.)
With over one million users worldwide, the ever popular drag and drop page builder, Visual Composer, has inspired a legion of developers to create loads of cool and useful addons and extensions that extend its functions and provide virtually unlimited possibilities when it comes to creating the WordPress site of your dreams. We’ve compiled a list of the 20 best of these addons and extensions to be found at Code Canyon.