WPEngine Review – 6 out of 10 websites in the world use WordPress. From TED to TechCrunch to GigaOm to an 11th grader’s short poem blog – WordPress is endless. There’s a ginormous gulf between the traffic TED.com faces and the 11th grader’s blog. The former has millions of visitors from around the globe and the latter has a concentric number of visitors – mainly his/her peers.
The key to running any decent blog or website is to have a decent strategy for your content. Maintaining decent blogging standards for yourself is tricky enough, and any difficulties you face trying to generate content yourself are multiplied if you have regular contributors or a content team. Especially if your authors are de-centralised, or content creation isn’t part of their primary job role.
However, you can make life easier for everyone by creating guidelines.CONTINUE READING »
You’ve all heard of web servers, right? The oldest and the most widely used one being Apache? If you’re a bit tech savvy, I’m sure you’ve heard of the immensely popular, high on performance, low on resource NGINX webserver. Written (in C) by Igor Sysoev, this tiny but immensely powerful (and highly scalable) web server powers high-traffic websites like Netflix and our very own WordPress.com!
Do you know why? That’s because NGINX can handle enormous amounts of traffic with a very, very light memory footprint!CONTINUE READING »
ManageWP is known for its one-of-a-kind WordPress management software (web app) that lets you manage multiple WordPress installations from a single control panel. For folks running a single site, it’s not a big deal, but if you’re managing multiple websites – then it’s a godsend! For quite some time now, the folks at ManageWP been cooking something new which they said “would rock the WordPress scene”.
Today we are taking a closer look at a new WordPress theme which has been designed for photographers or photography agencies who want a suitable platform to showcase their work on. The theme has been developed by PixelGrade, an Elite Author team from Theme Forest, where it can be purchased.
If you are looking for a photography theme for your own WordPress site or for a client project you are working on, then read on to find out if this option is worth investing your time and money in.CONTINUE READING »
Tabbed widgets can be useful, when multiple widgets need to be fit in sidebar. They allow you to streamline the appearance of your WordPress website. I recently added a tabbed section on WPKube using a premium plugin called – Hello Ajax Tabs. It took me less than five minutes to configure the plugin.
In this post, I am going to show you how to add a tabbed widget section in your WordPress website.CONTINUE READING »
This week I finally started working on the new design for Blokube, which will be ready within a week or 2. Plus, I was also able to maintained a regular posting schedule on WPKube and most recently, updated the advertising page, so if you are interested in getting your plugin, product or service reviewed on WPKube, please get in touch.
Anyway, on with the weekly roundup. This is our weekly roundup, where I share WordPress news, tutorials and tips from around the web. Sometimes, I also share WordPress news & resources on Twitter & Facebook, so make sure to follow me on @wpkube and facebook.CONTINUE READING »