The Colorful History of WooCommerce

Colorful History of WooCommerce

WooCommerce is the biggest, baddest, most popular e-commerce plugin for WordPress, which, by extension, also makes it the most popular e-commerce platform of them all. But how did the journey begin? Was WooCommerce always the top dog right from day one?

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Best WordPress Plugins for 2021 – We Did the Research for You

Best WordPress Plugins

Similar to how apps make iPhones great, plugins are bound to turn an ordinary WordPress site into a unique one. From form plugins like Contact Form 7 to the SEO juggernauts like Yoast, it's amazing how a simple ten-second installation process can yield such dramatic results. But not all plugins are created equal. Some of them have bad coding that messes with your theme. Others are riddled with bugs, making them almost useless in terms of functionality. That's why we want to highlight the best WordPress plugins so that your website is running at its peak performance at all times.

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WP Rocket vs Hummingbird vs WP Fastest Cache vs Comet Cache

WP Rocket vs Hummingbird vs WP Fastest Cache vs Comet Cache

Any WordPress site owner who keeps an eye on his metrics will tell you one thing: speed is crucial when it comes to attracting and retaining visitors. Increasing your loading times by a second may not seem like a big deal, but it could cost you dearly. With this in mind, implementing a WordPress caching plugin is a no-brainer.

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Lazy Loading Images: Complete Guide Plus 3 Ways to Implement It

Lazy Loading Images: Complete Guide

As functionality and interactivity increase on the web, there has been a steady increase in web page size over the last few years. As of early 2018, the average page size on the internet stood at over 2 MB! How to battle this? A little something called lazy loading images is one of the better solutions.

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5 Best Custom Post Types Plugins for WordPress Compared

Top Custom Post Types Plugins for WordPress

With custom post types, you can turn your standard WordPress website into a fully-fledged content management system. On top of that, custom post types will also enable you to introduce some uniqueness on your site, and help it stand out from all the others.

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6 of the Best Slider Plugins for WordPress Compared

Best Slider Plugins for WordPress Compared

If you're in the market for a slider plugin for WordPress then I really don't envy you. And don't get me wrong, it's not like I have anything against sliders, I don't. It's just that picking the best slider plugins is much like picking the best car. There's just wayyyy too many options out there.

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5 of the Best WordPress Review Plugins … Reviewed

5 of the Best WordPress Review Plugins

Review websites (running on review plugins) have become a very important element in today’s e-commerce space. In one of their studies, MarketingLand reports that out of 1,046 survey participants, 90 percent admit that their buying decisions are in fact influences by online reviews.

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How to Make Your Plugin Compatible With Gutenberg: Part 2 (Sidebar API)

Make Your Plugin Compatible With Gutenberg - Sidebar API

If you’re trying to make your plugin compatible with Gutenberg, you have a couple of paths that you can/should take – depending on what your plugin does and how it delivers its features to the user. In the first part of this mini-series, we explored Gutenberg’s Block API – which is what most plugins need in terms of Gutenberg-compatibility. This time, we will be exploring another piece of the Gutenberg puzzle – Gutenberg’s Sidebar API.

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How to Adapt Your Plugin for Gutenberg: Part 1 (Block API)

Adapt Your Plugin for Gutenberg: Part 1 (Block API)

The story is straightforward; Gutenberg is the new editor experience in WordPress, which is going to be merged into core in the next major release. A lot of plugins that do not keep up with this will become obsolete. This makes it essential that you adapt your plugin for Gutenberg before it’s too late.

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