With responsive design gaining more momentum every day and WordPress as the most popular CMS around it is only natural to develop more tools to ease our life developing with it. Here you’ll find a simple tool so you can always keep an eye on which media query is currently in use in WordPress, using the Admin Bar.
Here’s a typical situation: your potential visitor searches something, finds your site, access your site, consumes the info and then he/she leaves. What would happen if you offered more content related to the info they came looking for? They will surely stay longer on your site instead of bouncing right away. This plugin will help you stop losing your visitors and increase engagement: Related Posts for WordPress.
WordPress is no longer just a blog software but a strong platform that it’s used for many different projects. One of the uses that is growing in popularity day to day is using WordPress as an e-commerce platform. Let’s review 10 plugins and themes that will help you to start your online store in no time.
Maybe one of the key factors in WordPress wild adoption, was the fact of the inclusion of TinyMCE, the rich text editor, for less tech-savvy users. Even ExpressionEngine, a paid CMS, doesn’t include a rich text editor out-of-the-box. Moreover, you can add TinyMCE for your textareas in plugins or theme settings pages!
In this tutorial you will learn how to add TinyMCE to textareas in your settings pages for your plugins or themes. You will also get a plugin ready for WordPress 3.2 that demonstrates this.