WordPress is undoubtedly a great content management platform and for the many use cases it covers it brings a lot of developer benefits on the table. Among the benefits, however, there are a handful of thorns sticking out and one of the sharpest ones is arguably CSS authoring which unfortunately can’t be blunted by the core team because it’s not inherently a fault within WordPress itself.
It this article we’ll try to find out if WordPress is a good match for websites aimed at photography professionals. But first, let’s start from the basics.
Do I need a website in the first place?
Many photographers think that a website is not necessary in their line of work. They tend to think that displaying their work on platforms like 500px, flickr or instagram, and having a Facebook page for their business is enough. Is it though?
WooCommerce is, without a doubt, the most popular eCommerce solution for WordPress-based websites. With so many WooCommerce themes out there, finding the most suitable one isn’t an easy task. Here’s a list of 10 handpicked premium WooCommerce themes with extensive functionality that will help you build a successful eShop.
Podcasts are a great medium for staying up to date with news, pop culture, learning about science, history or even as an audio-book substitute. They make content consumption easier due to the fact that they don’t require your undivided attention, you can digest them while driving, exercising or even as background noise when working.
There are hundreds of thousands of podcasts available out there and WordPress ones couldn’t be missing, let’s take a look at some of the more popular ones.
In today’s times your company’s web presence is not something you should take lightly. Your business’ site needs to be beautiful yet functional. It needs to allow you to display all info pertaining to your trade and do that in a manner that is not tiring to visitors. Picking the right theme for that job is not easy, there are literally thousands of options out there. We have scoured the internet and we present you with our 20 business WordPress theme picks to get you up and running today.
The summer season has just ended, and winter is rapidly approaching. People will soon start looking for their winter vacation destination. Hotels are never out of season and that’s why you need to keep your site fresh, good looking and functional. How can I do that, you might ask. It’s easy, select one of the 25 beautiful hotel WordPress themes we have cherry picked for you and give your site a much needed visual lifting.
Drag and drop page builders are a new trend in the WordPress and website building world, since they provide modules for developers, and average people, to drop into a builder and create a website from scratch. These page builders have one huge selling point: You can design your own website without any coding knowledge or development experience.
This is all fine and dandy, but many of them don’t work as promised, or they still require you to have a basic understanding of web design in order to make a halfway decent website.
Is your WordPress site starting to see huge waves of traffic? Are you concerned that people on the other side of the world can’t access your videos, or maybe their page load speeds are taking much longer?
Here’s the big question: Do you need a CDN for your WordPress blog?
This is for the curious people out there. The ones who are more prone to do their research before spending time and money on something that could potentially make them an income in the future.
If you’ve just started looking into making a website, chances are you have lots of questions about getting started online. For example, you may wonder why a tool like WordPress is completely free. Is it worthy to hold your precious website? Read More
The famous quote by George Bernand Shaw, quoted by Simon Wheatley in his “Running An Open Source Business” presentation was arguably the most powerful message one should take from this year’s WordCamp Europe. Technical talks are amazing and fulfilling but the Open Source inspirational mentality is what makes them possible, what even makes WordCamps possible. Coupling this with Matt’s post about investing 5% of a company’s resources towards the well-being of WordPress, I firmly believe we had the most inspirational WordCamp weekend, at least one that I have attended personally.