You might have noticed we’ve been a bit quiet for the last couple of months, and for a good reason. April & May were arguably two of the most productive months we’ve seen here in CSSIgniter having updated almost every single aspect of our business and products.
Don’t worry, we aren’t going anywhere, Greek Orthodox Easter is just around the corner and we will be operating on a reduced schedule just for a few of days.
- Friday, April 10th – Support will close at 4pm GMT+2
- Saturday, April 11th – Support will be closed at 4pm GMT+2
- Sunday, April 12th – Support will be closed for the day
- Monday, April 13th – Support will be closed for the day
Internet is just as safe as the real world. Accidents and bad things can happen to good people at any time. To avoid these mishaps you need to be prepared for anything. Every year thousands of websites suffer from malicious attacks, data loss, and denial of service attacks. The first step in securing your website against any security threats is to make sure that you always have the most recent backups safely stored at a remote location.
WordPress site owners have a variety of services and tools that they can use to back up their sites. The variety of WordPress backup plugins and services often confuses new users. Each backup plugin and service provider claims to be the best. They all have good reviews, and they all seem OK. How do you know which WordPress backup plugin is perfect for you?
When choosing a backup plugin for your WordPress site, there are a few things that you need to consider first. Pricing, features, and ease-of-use. In this post, we will compare the best WordPress backup solutions according to these factors.
It’s always hard breaking the news; we’re discontinuing a few more themes.
In fact, it took me longer to write the line above, that it would take me to write an autobiography. In a sense, these themes are part of our biography as they led the way from a two-person side project to a four-person full-time passion.
Anyway, here is the list:
Wow, look at that! We’ve managed to expand our product catalogue from 4 themes when we started, to 70 themes in just a few short years.
Time moves forward however, and even WordPress themes show their age at some point.
So, it’s time to discontinue two of our themes, PlusMag (a magazine theme) and Photographia (a photoblog theme) and give way to new, more exciting themes.
With new exploits being revealed every day, security is becoming an ever growing concern, especially when users tend to have bad password habits. As site builders/administrators we need to account for this as well. This is where two-factor authentication comes to play.
What is two factor authentication you might ask?
We’re very happy to announce the Flevr theme, which is our first one for 2015. Following suit to our very popular Business3ree and Space9 themes, Flevr is also of the next-gen Business/E-Commerce variety that our users have loved so much ever since we introduced them this summer.
There’s a common issue in CSS layout making where when you have an array of floated elements with different heights chances are that their order will fall apart, as browsers don’t clear them cleverly and they simply try to fill their parent’s gaps with as many items as possible, usually ending up looking pretty bad.
Many of our customers, correctly, build their projects on local or development servers and then, once everything is done and polished, the whole installation gets moved to another server to go live. Moving a WordPress installation is thoroughly documented in the Codex, but it can still be a bit complicated for a novice WordPress user/developer. Below we’re going to present an alternative way of moving (or even cloning) your installation using the Duplicator plugin.