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  • How to Add and Align Images in WordPress Block Editor (Gutenberg)
    by Editorial Staff on 15.2.2019 at 15:41

    Images bring life to your WordPress posts and pages by making them more engaging. However, many beginners struggle with aligning images just the way they like. The new WordPress block editor (Gutenberg) solves this problem by making it easier to add and align images in… Read More » The post How to Add and Align Images in WordPress Block Editor (Gutenberg) appeared first on WPBeginner. […]

  • 8 Superb Abandoned Cart Emails – Learn From Them to Stop Missing Out on 7 Out of 10 Buyers
    by Maddy Osman on 15.2.2019 at 11:50

    Although e-commerce is experiencing spectacular growth ($2.3 trillion in sales since 2017, a number that’s expected to double by 2021!), there’s still a lot of room for optimization. This is where abandoned cart emails come into play. […]

  • BackupBuddy From iThemes: Moderately Priced, But Highly Effective
    by Kaveri Bharali on 15.2.2019 at 10:00

    The internet can be a scary place. There’s malware, viruses, hackers, and plenty else you have to worry about. You need top-of-the-line protection software, of course. But there’s always a chance that protection will fail. That’s why you must make sure to back up your data as well. BackupBuddy by iThemes is the perfect tool for this purpose. Now in its 8th version, this plugin is highly effective. If you’re on a tight budget, though, it might not be the best fit for you. I’ll go into more detail below.  The Good After purchasing the plugin, you get 1GB of Stash The post BackupBuddy From iThemes: Moderately Priced, But Highly Effective appeared first on sourcewp. […]

  • How to Undo Changes in WordPress with Post Revisions
    by Editorial Staff on 14.2.2019 at 13:08

    Did you know that WordPress comes with a built-in feature that allows you to undo changes and go back to a previous version of a post. This feature is called Post Revisions or simply Revisions. Most of us make mistakes when writing. Sometimes you might… Read More » The post How to Undo Changes in WordPress with Post Revisions appeared first on WPBeginner. […]

  • How to Easily Manage Multiple WordPress Sites from One Dashboard (7 Tools)
    by Editorial Staff on 13.2.2019 at 12:38

    Are you looking for an easy way to manage multiple WordPress sites? Monitoring multiple websites and keeping them up to date can be very time consuming. Luckily, there are several WordPress management tools that make it super easy to manage multiple WordPress websites from a… Read More » The post How to Easily Manage Multiple WordPress Sites from One Dashboard (7 Tools) appeared first on WPBeginner. […]

  • Best Standing Desk: 6 Desks Compared, Plus How to Pick a Desk That Matches Your Needs 100%
    by Karol K on 12.2.2019 at 13:44

    “Best standing desk?” Doesn’t seem like exactly the perfect-match topic for a “WordPress advice” blog, does it? Well, actually, it kinda does. Two reasons: […]

  • WordPress Theme Design Trends (2003 to 2019)
    by Raelene on 8.2.2019 at 10:02

    When the first version of WordPress was shipped in May 2003, it had groundbreaking design features for the time and defined the first batch of WordPress theme design trends to come. There were highly intelligent line breaks, nice textures, and the ability for bloggers to add links to their blogrolls. […]

  • February 2019 Comics w/ CodeinWP … #Developers #Debugging #WebDesign
    by Chris Fitzgerald on 6.2.2019 at 10:54

    Welcome to another edition of our tech and WordPress comics series. This month, we continue our study into the wildlife of the developer, especially if you ever wondered what they do behind closed doors […]

  • SourceWP Exclusive: 65% Lifetime Discount On 10Web Subscriptions
    by Adam Ritchie on 6.2.2019 at 10:00

    At SourceWP, we’re always looking for great deals we can offer to our audience. We can’t help it – we’re givers by nature. It’s just the way we are. Here’s our latest exclusive offer to SourceWP readers: one month free and a 65% lifetime discount on 10Web subscriptions. What’s 10Web? 10Web is the world’s first all-in-one WordPress website building platform. With its 10 components, 10Web offers you literally everything your WordPress website needs: Managed Hosting: On top of safe, fast, and scalable Google cloud – every aspect of your website is fully managed. Website Builder:  The best WordPress page builder The post SourceWP Exclusive: 65% Lifetime Discount On 10Web Subscriptions appeared first on sourcewp. […]

  • WordPress 5.1 Beta 3, New WordPress Leadership, Newspack In The Works 🗞️ February 2019 WordPress News w/ CodeinWP
    by Adelina Tuca on 4.2.2019 at 13:06

    Hi, WordPress friends! 2019 started strongly, bringing a bunch of impactful news in the past four weeks. During this time, Matt Mullenweg made some major changes to the WordPress leadership team, Automattic announced the release of an open-source platform for journalists, the guys at WPML had to urgently solve a data breach allegedly caused by a former employee, while WordPress itself and the block editor went through another series of improvements and updates. […]

  • 13 of the Most Interesting Vue UI Component Libraries for 2019
    by Shaumik Daityari on 31.1.2019 at 13:28

    In this post, we cover some of the most interesting Vue UI component libraries that you should look into in 2019. They will certainly come in handy if you have a Vue application in the works! […]

  • Top 12 WordPress Themes For Medical And Health Blogs
    by Kaveri Bharali on 31.1.2019 at 10:00

    When I go to a medical or health blog, I expect the design of the site to be similar to the design of a good hospital or clinic – clean, organized, and professional. Is that what your site looks like? If not, have no fear! The WordPress doctor is here. In this post, I’ll show you 12 themes that are perfect for medical and health blogs.     Care Care was designed for doctors and dentists, but it’s a good fit for any kind of health blog. It’s compatible with all major browsers and countless plugins. The theme comes with The post Top 12 WordPress Themes For Medical And Health Blogs appeared first on sourcewp. […]

  • How to Use Data Tables in WordPress – Creative Ways to Build Data-Filled HTML Tables
    by Karol K on 29.1.2019 at 12:54

    In this guide, I’ll present some creative ideas on how you can use HTML tables / data tables in WordPress, make them look pristine ✨, and also make sure that they’re optimized for mobile and are SEO-friendly at the same time. […]

  • 20+ of the Best Bootstrap Admin Templates for Your Next Project
    by Priya on 24.1.2019 at 12:57

    If you’re starting a project like a web app or a website that requires an admin dashboard, then this collection of Bootstrap admin templates will be a great starting point! Bootstrap is a free and open-source JavaScript framework that contains a whole lot of ready-made code to help you create things. […]

  • Top 12 Tools for Sharing Content on Social Media
    by SourceWP Editor on 23.1.2019 at 10:00

    It’s not enough to just post blogs on your company site. If you want people to actually see your content (and, in turn, use that content to convert web visitors into paying customers), you need to have a strong social media game. I know, I know… it takes forever to manually share your blogs on Facebook, Twitter, etc. But you don’t have to do this manually! Any of the 12 social media plugins below can share your content for you, so you’ll have more time to write new content, learn guitar, take long thoughtful walks through the woods, or do whatever The post Top 12 Tools for Sharing Content on Social Media appeared first on sourcewp. […]

  • 12 Best Podcasting Plugins for WordPress
    by Kaveri Bharali on 15.1.2019 at 10:00

    Podcasts are one of the hottest trends in media today. Personally, I can tell you that they make doing chores much less boring (I’ve actually started looking forward to washing my car, because that gives me a chance to listen to my podcasts!). Also, a hit podcast like Serial can be as big a cultural phenomenon as any blockbuster movie or HBO prestige TV series. Have you started a podcast of your own? Do you publish it on your WordPress site? If so, check out the 12 plugins below – they’ll allow you to improve the experience for your listeners. WordPress Plugins The post 12 Best Podcasting Plugins for WordPress appeared first on sourcewp. […]

  • Modula – The User-friendly WordPress Gallery Plugin
    by Alex Panagis on 7.1.2019 at 10:00

    Are you struggling to choose a WordPress gallery plugin for your website? In this post, we’ll take a look at Modula – a powerful, easy-to-use option for those of you looking to add photo and video galleries to your website. Modula is truly one of the best gallery plugins avaliable in the WordPress marketplace. It gives you a wide range of flexible customization options, allowing you to easily tweak your gallery to your liking. The Experience – Using Modula. Getting yourself set up with Modula is really easy. Just as you would with any other WordPress plugin, head to your The post Modula – The User-friendly WordPress Gallery Plugin appeared first on sourcewp. […]

  • 12 Best Online Tools For Analyzing Your Competitors
    by Kaveri Bharali on 3.1.2019 at 10:00

    I’m sure you know what you’re doing with your WordPress site. But what if one of your competitors has happened to stumble across some great idea that you haven’t thought of before? That’s why you need to keep tabs on your competitors. Don’t let them hold an advantage over you! In this article, I’ll show you 12 plugins that will help you analyze the competition and improve your site. Google Alerts This is Google’s own alert system, which you can use to monitor the web and keep an eye out for interesting new content. It’s very simple and easy to The post 12 Best Online Tools For Analyzing Your Competitors appeared first on sourcewp. […]

  • 10 WordPress Plugins For Making Your Site Mobile-Friendly
    by SourceWP Editor on 26.12.2018 at 10:00

    It seems to me that mobile devices have gotten much more popular in the past few years. I wondered, though – is this actually true, or is it just a coincidence that I’ve seen so many people on their smartphones lately? So, I did a little research, and it turns out my instincts were right. In fact, I was surprised to see that they’re so popular, people now spend more time on their mobile devices than they do on their desktops. That means your site must be mobile-friendly. If it’s not, you’ll turn away a lot of visitors. In this The post 10 WordPress Plugins For Making Your Site Mobile-Friendly appeared first on sourcewp. […]

  • 10 Best Google Font Plugins for WordPress
    by SourceWP Editor on 17.12.2018 at 10:00

    I’ll be honest. I don’t know how to code. That’s the great thing about WordPress – you don’t have to. It makes it easy to build your website exactly the way you want it, even if you have the programming skills of a half-bright cocker spaniel. For example, most WordPress themes come equipped with Google Fonts, which gives you hundreds of options for the text on your site. But some themes aren’t pre-packaged with this feature. If you love a theme that doesn’t have Google Fonts, don’t worry – all you need to do is download a Google Fonts plugin. The post 10 Best Google Font Plugins for WordPress appeared first on sourcewp. […]

  • Siteground vs. Hostgator: Which Hostess Has The Mostest?
    by Kaveri Bharali on 11.12.2018 at 10:00

    WordPress takes care of just about everything you need to do to launch a website… except hosting. In my experience, Siteground and Hostgator are two of the best hosting options. But which one is better? Well, I did a little digging to find the answer to that question. First, let’s break down the basics. Siteground was founded in 2004 by a group of college kids. Since then, it’s grown into a company with over 400 employees that services more than 1,700,000 domains. It’s also officially recommended by WordPress. Hostgator is a little older: it was founded in 2002, also by The post Siteground vs. Hostgator: Which Hostess Has The Mostest? appeared first on sourcewp. […]

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