Category Archives: WordPress
Adobe has many different applications and software specifically catered for designers, videographers, photographers and developers such as InDesign, Illustrator, After Effects, Photoshop etc. While Adobe Creative Suite has served well for many people, there are always other alternatives available in … Continue reading
WordPress is the world’s most popular CMS with over 70 million users, but how safe is your install? Paul Maloney shows you how to protect your WordPress sites with .htaccess.
When it comes to online selling, all we want to protect us from online rogues; and this issue is dramatically raised when we resort to using an open source frameworks. Undoubtedly, the commercial platforms are able to provide more effective … Continue reading
One of the most impressive features of WordPress is its extensibility. Plugins can extend WordPress and provide it with extra functionality – they can add to security, provide social functions, search engine optimization, and many more.
Adobe Dreamweaver is an excellent application for web designers and graphic designers suitable for a variety of applications. Sometimes some of us want to find some alternatives to Adobe Dreamweaver whether it’s premium or free.
Blogging can be great fun and can also be a chore. Many people who enjoy blogging make the decision to become a professional blogger. They rely on their skills to make a living, or at least supplement their income. It … Continue reading
In order to help you with your WordPress issues, we have compiled a list of 5 Useful Free WordPress Plugins. They will make things a lot easier for you. Let’s take a look at these useful plugins.
If you are providing exclusive, high quality content and you want to bring it to a wider audience, and the platform for your blog is WordPress, then there’s a wide selection of plugins and widgets to pick from to make … Continue reading
How do you ensure that your ecommerce site gets noticed? Scott McBay from QueryClick outlines some essential SEO techniques.
The admin area is the heart of any WordPress-powered website. It’s where everything is controlled and where admin, editors, authors and contributors publish content to posts, pages and other custom post types. The default features of WordPress are fine for … Continue reading
WordPress is big business. Thousands of web designers build for the popular platform that powers over 25 million blogs (which seems to be an outdated number considering February 2011 numbers suggest WP 3.0 has been downloaded more than 32.5 million … Continue reading
What is a Payment Gateway A payment gateway, such as PayGate, is a way to process electronic transactions. You can think of it as a point-of-sales device in a virtual environment.