Looking for a WordPress S3 tutorial to get your WordPress site up and running with Amazon S3? In this post, I’ll take you through everything that you need to know about WordPress and Amazon S3.
Shared vs managed WordPress hosting has been a hot-button topic in the WordPress community for a long time now. And we’re no strangers to it either – in our multiple hosting reviews, comparisons and surveys, we’ve always come across many interesting points of view and opinions coming from each side of the barricade. (more…)
Depending on how plugged in you are to the WordPress community, you may or may not already be familiar with the upcoming WordPress Gutenberg editor. The Gutenberg editor has stirred up all kinds of discussion on both sides of the aisle. But this post is not trying to weigh in on that debate… (more…)
You can find yourself looking for the right WordPress translation plugin in a couple of scenarios. Chief of them – when creating a multilingual website. The task in itself is usually a pretty big undertaking, so it makes sense that you want to get the plugin decision right from day one. (more…)
If you’re like most bloggers, you spend a ton of time on your blog posts. Crafting the perfect headline. Writing that intro that grabs readers just right. And while your posts certainly are important…how much time does that leave to spend on your blog homepage? Or, maybe a better question – do you even have a WordPress blog homepage that’s not just a list of your most recent posts? (more…)
With the massive success of websites like Etsy and ThemeForest, multi-vendor eCommerce marketplaces have become a popular way to sell both physical and digital products. They provide an easy method for you to host third-party vendors. Customers are happy because they get to choose from a wide selection of products, and you’re happy because you get to charge vendors a commission. But because of the unique functionality multi-vendor marketplaces require, you need specialized software to be able to effectively run one. (more…)