Managing more than one WordPress site can be time consuming, especially when it comes time to updating plugins and themes. Save time clicking buttons with one of these WordPress management services.
Searching for a customizable job board solution that will integrate easily with your site? Here are 20 WordPress job board solutions worth installing.
Adding Google Analytics to your WordPress site will help you track who's been visiting your site, what they've been looking at and how they got there. Inserting the tracking code can be tricky, so here's a neat way to do it with your very own plugin.
Building a forum doesn't require a lot of code-based skill – it just needs a little persistence and a discerning eye for tool selection. This round-up of forum uses, benefits, and solutions will help you get a forum up and running really quickly.
In this post, the first of a five-part series about getting started running an online business, our CEO James Farmer looks at one guy’s surprisingly successful niche business idea and explores his own experiences setting up WordPress projects that played to his strengths.
Parallax can take storytelling to a whole new immersive and interactive level that regular ol' websites just can't. Got a spare few minutes? Let us take you on a journey through sites that have truly transformed how we use the internet (though we can't promise those "few minutes" won't turn into much longer once you see these sites).
Who says you have to be a developer to contribute to WordPress? After all, WordPress isn't just about code, it's about documentation, translation, running amazing meetups and WordCamps and lots of other amazing stuff. If you want to help out (and feel all warm and fuzzy for doing your bit to grow the WordPress project), here's how to do it.
Join our CEO James Farmer today for a free webinar, live Q&A and AMA about figuring out the feasibility of your internet business. Not sure if your business idea is niche enough? Or if you’re expert enough to pull it off? Put your questions to James and get straight up, honest advice.
Why take the scenic route when you can take a shortcut? In today's Weekend WordPress Project, we give you the code to create your own shortcodes so you can run circles around WordPress with shortcuts and make posting to your site a piece of (short) cake.
You know the little admin notices in the backend of WordPress that tell you stuff like "WordPress X is now available. Please update now."? Well, they're super easy to create and customize if you want to display alerts to clients or even notices for your plugins. Here's how to do it.