Hands up who sought out a shiny new theme within minutes of setting up WordPress for the first time? Me too. It’s only natural. After the cake’s baked, you want to decorate it and make it look beautiful, right? The same goes for your Start a WordPress blog.
Archives for May 2015
Groupon started the revolution in January of 2008, and now we’ve seen thousands of daily deal and group buying websites emerge to provide discounts to customers all over the world. The idea is simple; sell items for 50 to 90% off, and bring in loads of customers to businesses in certain markets or locals. Consumers benefit from absurd prices, companies…. Continue Reading
Have you ever talked to someone who recommended you hide that your site is running on WordPress? It was somewhat jarring the first time I was recommended this, because well, what’s the point? Am I going to have to go through hours of work just so people don’t know I’m using WordPress? Should I be embarrassed that I use WordPress?…. Continue Reading
Are you a wizard when it comes to designing and building your own websites? Or do your programming skills fall short of the mark? The majority will no doubt fall into the latter category with either none or only a little technical knowledge. If you’re one of those individuals, this post is for you because creating beautiful pages for your…. Continue Reading
Many have found a large amount of success in starting and running their very own WordPress powered online store. With great tools like WooCommerce and even others like Shopify, building and creating beautiful e-commerce stores has never been easier which means that more people are jumping at the chance to create a money e-store of their own.
I don’t run any multi-author sites but I work for plenty of people who do. I noticed the other day that on some sites I receive an email when users comment and on others I don’t. This got me thinking about why this happened. I’m pretty sure I subscribe to comments on some of the posts, but most of the…. Continue Reading
One of the WordPress features that baffles newbies and experienced users is Categories and Tags. It’s not hard to understand why – who knew, in the beginning, that every post must belong to at least one category? WordPress does it for you; hence the oh-so-ugly Uncategorized category. There’s no hint to the importance of creating new categories so you can…. Continue Reading