My new website, WPDesignTrends.com, is now live. This site is all about web design using WordPress. The focus is on the look and feel of the website with special attention to UX and UI. I will review themes, plugins, books, and courses. It also includes a job board where anyone post or apply for jobs within the WordPress industry.
Please check it out and subscribe, share, and comment.
Here’s a look at my first Divi child theme – Coffee.
Coffee is a child theme for Divi made specifically for coffee shops, café’s, bistros, ice cream parlors, or any other small food and beverage shop. It includes WooCommerce integration and custom WooCommerce pages. The Divi Builder is added to the custom WooCommerce Product Page template. It includes 18 templates, social icons in the menu, your image within the menu, custom shop pages, and single or multiple locations with maps. It can be used with or without eCommerce.
You can see more at my WordPress site WPIgnitor.com:
Email marketing is one of the most important and effective tools a company has at its disposal but there are also a lot of challenges to overcome in order to use it successfully. Here’s an infographic from DotMailer that shows how to overcome those marketing challenges. (more…)
This guest post is from John Stone. John is a business consultant and a regular contributor at Bizzmarkblog. He is a believer in the notion that thinking outside of the box is a prerequisite of being a successful entrepreneur. You can find him on Twitter.
E-Commerce is currently one of the most perspective business niches. It comes with many benefits that include:
- Overcoming geographic limitations;
- Cutting rent and personnel costs;
- Promoting your business more easier;
This guest post is from Kim DeLisle of SecureThoughts.com.
I would like to thank Randy A. Brown for allowing me to contribute to the site! I love his musings on writing and the Bible, and he also writes some really great, practical articles like this one on Creating Amazon Affiliate Links in WordPress. If you haven’t already, make sure you take a look around once you’re done with this article!
Keeping your website secure is one of the top responsibilities of a webmaster. Not only do your security choices affect you (and possibly your livelihood) but also anyone who uses your site. (more…)