The way people feel while navigating your website and reading your content is difficult to quantify. However, it’s something you need to understand if you want to truly engage your audience. This means you might want to learn how to use machine learning in WordPress to analyze your content’s impact. (more…)
Want to Build Progressive Web Apps Based on WordPress and WooCommerce? Here’s How (w/ Code Examples)
If you want to build a landing page with WordPress then you have a handful of possibilities. We even listed some of them a while ago (here). But since then, we’ve seen a lot of development in the realm of builder plugins and code-free site constructing in general. So let’s explore some of that today. (more…)
As you would imagine, theme development is something we do quite a lot of here at the company. With around 4-5 new theme projects in the works at any given moment, and 49 themes in our directory in total (which means active maintenance and further development of those as well), we have our hands rather full. (more…)
When first jumping on the Envato train as a theme author, no one really knows where the rails are heading. There are no manuals or steps to follow that would guarantee the success of your ThemeForest themes. What’s even worse, the word goes that for those too late to the Envato party, the train has long left the station. (more…)
A question “Do you like WordPress page builders?” is somewhat similar to what if Dumbledore asked “Do you love Harry Potter?” If you are Hermione, you answer is yes. If you are the Dark Lord… Well, you get the idea. It’s the same with so renowned WordPress drag-and-drop page builders – whether you like them or not generally depends on who you are. (more…)
Ever since the latter half of 2015, the concept of Accelerated Mobile Pages for WordPress as well as other website technologies has been in discussion. Web developers, WordPress people, SEO experts, and everyone else associated with content creation or management has been talking about the AMP Project.
But what exactly is the AMP Project? We know that “Accelerated Mobile Pages” refers to something that can, well, accelerate your pages on the mobile. Ideally, a website using AMP should load faster and provide a better UX overall as compared to one that doesn’t use AMP, all other things being constant. (more…)