WooCommerce offers a neat product type called Variable Products that allow a user to configure their final product choosing its attributes from a list of select elements. How cool and easy for the end user would it be to pick them visually clicking (or tapping in mobile) in images, icons or color swatches? Visual Attributes is a WooCommerce extension for Variable Products that allows you to do precisely this.
For most cases, the standard lightbox included with WooCommerce is good, but it falls short on a mobile device. This plugin for WordPress works replaces the lightbox gallery included with WooCommerce with a fullscreen gallery, with touch & swipe support that looks great in mobile devices and also your desktop.
Internalinks is a plugin for WordPress that allows you to create dynamic links to other posts or pages in your WP installation and keep them always up to date if you change the post or page slug or even change your domain.
When you create a link in WordPress, it’s hardcoded, meaning that if you ever change the slug from for example,
you would have to go through each page or post in your site where you have added a link to that post and update it.
Another issue is if you ever change your domain: all your links are broken since WordPress hardcodes them.
With Internalinks, the links are generated dynamically by its ID (optionall by its slug but not by a static URL) meaning that once you add a link with Internalinks in your page, you won’t have to go back and change it if you ever change the post slug or change your domain or even move a site to a subdomain.
From a SEO perspective, internal links and the correct access to them are very important, so Internalinks even helps you keep your links up to date and have a better SEO score.
Is easy to create dynamic internal links with Internalinks: when you’re writing your post, click the new button that the plugin adds to the editor to launch the dialog to create your link
in the dialog, you can search for the post and set the title and label, and even add a nice icon next to it
Once you’re done, just click Insert and your link will be created in the post content.
You can download Internalinks for WordPress on CodeCanyon
Despite the social networks rise, forums are still the preferred place to gather around a certain common interest and share stuff with others. But, there’s the leechers issue, those who come and go only sucking stuff without never saying thanks.
One of the most common ways to fight spam used to be captchas. However, they’re being deprecated since reading bots are becoming more and more smart and can read even better than some humans. Another reason is that they penalize a legit human user, making them go through the pain of reading those horribly complicated captchas.
Read on to learn a good technique that’s both effective and user friendly.
If you run a support forum using bbPress, sometimes you need some information from your users that they want to keep private. You usually ask them to send the information to a private email address, but this disrupts the flow of the support thread. Instead, wouldn’t it be easier for the user to add the private information in their reply?