According to a study by Adobe, online sales will dominate this Cyber Monday season, with 10% more sales being executed online than in physical retail stores. At ThemeKeeper, we have big plans for this Cyber Monday, which we’ll be announcing later in the week.
Microinteractions are so ubiquitous in web design these days that any site that doesn’t have them feels bland. They’ve been a hot trend in UX design for a couple years now, helping to provide important feedback to users, explain functions and even entertain.
If you work with WordPress, you’re in luck—WordPress themes and plugins are now included in an annual ThemeKeeper Elements subscription. And what’s more, you can lock in a special introductory rate for a limited time. Read on for more details.
WooCommerce is the most popular eCommerce platform on the web and the most popular way of bringing eCommerce to WordPress. If you’re creating an online store, you might be surprised at how easy it is to get up and running with WooCommerce!
We’re launching WordPress themes and plugins on the ThemeKeeper Elements library! ThemeKeeper Elements is an unlimited subscription service for designers and creatives. Our design library includes fonts, graphics, online courses, 3D renders, and more. But, there was something missing.
As a lawyer, you probably want to fight for justice and help as many people as possible. One of the best ways to increase your visibility and promote your expertise is by creating a website for your practice or law firm.
As a musician or a band, your primary goals are to fill the gig venue with raving fans and get noticed by agents. The best way to make sure that happens is to create an attractive website.
When a website, such as an online store, is at the core of your business, the site’s ability to serve customers through traffic spikes and sudden server failures can mean the difference between a big win and a frustrating loss.
In our new Coffee Break Course, WordPress Coding Basics: Conditional Tags, you’ll learn all about conditional tags in WordPress: what they are and how to use them.
The way content is created and maintained in WordPress is changing in a very noticeable way. After more than a decade of using a word processor-like content editor, the world’s most popular content management system (CMS) is shaking things up with the new Gutenberg editor.
Do you ever feel like everyone you know has their own personal blog? Perhaps you’re wondering what the appeal is and why somebody would want to share their personal details with the whole world.