Pinterest has become a huge platform when it comes to image sharing. Whether you are interested in promoting your products, showcasing your work or just re-pinning your favorite stuff from other users, it’s a great tool in your social media arsenal. Naturally you would like to integrate it with your WordPress site in order to increase both your site’s and your board’s exposure. Today we’re going to take a look at some plugins to help you get it done.
If you are running a shop, an office or any other business with physical presence, you know it’s important that your clients can find you easily. A good way to achieve this is to prominently display your contact info on your site. Guess what! There’s a plugin for that!
Authoring on WordPress has become easier than ever so its very common to have multiple authors contributing on the same site. Multi-author sites need to help their authors be known and accessible to their audience. How can they achieve this? With author boxes. Adding a small section below each post or page with the author’s info, like bio, social profiles and avatar can help authors be more visible and readers get to know their favorite author better.
Continuing with our social media sharing theme, today we’ll shift our attention to Twitter. As an author you’d certainly want people sharing your content in social media, especially short and to the point snippets. Everyone loves quotes and Twitter is the perfect medium to deliver them to your audience. We have gathered three WordPress plugins that will help you create clickable quotes that can instantly be shared on Twitter. Let’s go!
Recently we posted an article listing our favorite Instagram plugins. We mentioned WP Instagram Widget as being our go-to solution when we need to display a feed on our demos. We like the plugin due to its simplicity and easy of use. However these do come at a price. The widget does not look pretty from the get-go.
Throughout CSSIgniter’s course we’ve always had a certain sweet spot for the music industry and everything related to the promotion of that market (as is evident from our very popular music themes both at Themeforest and on our own marketplace), albeit up until now mostly limited to theme development .
The idea of expanding into plugin territory has been floating around for a while, and during the past few weeks we’ve been working on creating a solid audio playing and playlist management experience for WordPress powered websites.
With the advent of smartphones people tend to take a lot of pictures and, naturally, they want to share them with their friends, family and the world. Instagram is a great tool at our disposal when it comes to sharing photographs. It’s very popular, easy to use and with its filters makes sharing photos fun. However it’s not enough to have people view our photos within the Instagram app, we need to display them on our site as well. Here’s where plugins come into play, below we take a look at the most popular Instagram plugins in the WordPress plugin directory.
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.
So, the world is not enough, and 50+ icons that come bundled with the Socials Ignited plugin just won’t cut it. What do you do? How do you add your icons into the mix? And most importantly, how do you do it without losing any changes when updating?
Well, I promise to show you how, as long as you promise to know some PHP, especially how to manipulate arrays. The rest of the code (hooking onto WordPress filters) is pretty much self explanatory or can be copied verbatim, and even if you don’t fully understand how filters work, you can still get something usable. Of course, the more you know allows you to go one step further…