In the tradition of the old Christmas Letter (which my family never really did), I figure now is a good time to put a nice little ribbon on 2016.
If you’re using WordPress to power your website, it is imperative that your site’s core software, themes and plugins are kept up.
Creating your own website using WordPress can be a very rewarding experience. But it requires a bit more commitment than a standard DIY site.
A standard WordPress installation isn’t always obvious when it comes to figuring out where different types of content can be accessed. That’s why I customize it for my clients. The goal is to leave no doubt in your mind as to where to click and where to carry out your desired tasks.
What separates WooCommerce from other WordPress-based shopping carts is the ability to add new functionality through companion plugins, or extensions. Let me introduce you to a few of my favorites.
There are some outstanding WordPress plugins that can help you create a members-only area of your website.
There are certain things a web designer probably isn’t qualified to help with.
Seriously, a beautiful theme for only $55? That’s way better than plunking down a few thousand for someone like me to create something original, right?
While the wide array of tools available today make selling online easier than ever, that hasn’t taken away from the many pitfalls that a site owner can face. Especially so when the site is in its development stages.