WordPress is a pretty awesome content management system. Many folks rely on it to power their websites. The plugins that you install do affect how your site performs though. Debug Bar for WordPress is a handy plugin that lets you figure out how fast your site is and the queries that are being run.
Author Archive | Cyrus
Many webmasters are relying on WordPress to power their communities. It works great for small blogs and more established portals. If you accept registrations on your site, you are going to have to manage profiles on it. Profile Builder is an elegant solution that lets you add a front-end menu for all your users so they can sign up or modify their information easily.
Many WordPress webmasters still use the default login page that WordPress comes with. There is nothing wrong with that. But many brands prefer branding their login and registration pages. Custom Login is a handy plugin that makes that possible for WordPress sites. It is perfect to use for those of you who design sites for your client.
We have covered a number of awesome listings themes here in the past. They allow you to accept your own classified listings and start charging for them. Listings for WordPress is another elegant theme you can pick up to accept listings on your website. The design is quite responsive. The theme will work for car dealers, listing portals, and responsive template.
There are many reasons you would want to connect your posts to others. Let’s say you want to create a list of related posts or create post series. That’s when associated your posts with others could help. Posts 2 Posts for WordPress is just the plugin you need for the job.
Buffer is pretty popular among folks who are very active on social sites such as Twitter. It lets you schedule posts and publish them at the right time. You can post updates to multiple social networks and accounts. WP to Buffer takes this a step further. It adds your posts to your bufferapp.com account to be published at a later time. It supports pages, posts, and custom post types.
Starting an online magazine is much easier these days. WordPress is your best friend. Plenty of webmasters are relying on this content management system to run their website. Hot Topix for WordPress is a beautiful theme that works great for magazine sites. It has a responsive design and optimized for Retina-level displays. The theme has a customizable design.
Many WordPress webmasters rely on the platform to run their blogs. But that is not the only thing you can do with WordPress. The WordPress Landing Pages Plugin is a handy script that lets you create landing pages for your WordPress site, monitor your conversion rates, and run A/b split tests. It is fairly easy to customize too, which helps.
We have covered a number of Kickstarter clone themes for WordPress in the past few weeks. More of them are released every couple of weeks it seems. CrowdPress for WordPress happens to be another elegant theme you can use to bring your own crowd-funding website online. It has a responsive design with a ton of options for you to customize.
- How to Add a Debug Bar to WordPress May 22
- Profile Builder: Profile Management Plugin for WordPress May 21
- Custom Login Plugin for WordPress May 20
- Responsive Listings Theme for WordPress May 19
- Rating-Widget for WordPress May 18
- Posts 2 Posts: Connecting WordPress Posts May 17
- Add Buffer to WordPress with WP to Buffer May 16
- Hot Topix: Modern WordPress Theme May 15
- WordPress Landing Pages Plugin May 14
- CrowdPress Crowd-Funding Theme for WordPress May 13
Trending WordPress Tips
- How To Add a Forum in WordPress
- How To Add Related Posts Thumbnails to WordPress
- How To Create a Forum with WordPress
- Pie Register: Enhance Your WordPress Registration Page
- How To Import Facebook Comment To WordPress
- Amazon Link Plugin for WordPress
- How To Add a Mashable-Type Social Bar to WordPress
- How To Add Site Speed Tracking to Google Analytics
- How To Add Google +1 Button To WordPress
- AffiliateBoard Theme for Affiliates
- How To Automate Blogging with AutoBlogged
- Create a WordPress Photo Gallery from Facebook Photos
- Make WordPress iPad Friendly with Onswipe
- How To: Start a News Aggregator with WordPress
- Adsense Extreme for WordPress
- Backup & Disaster Recovery
- Cloning with WordPress
- General Tips
- Handling Errors
- Mobile WordPress Tips
- Plugin Tips
- Social Media
- Stats & Analytics
- Theme How-Tos
- WordPress E-Commerce
- WordPress for Business
- WordPress Security