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Unlinked post taxonomy terms list in Genesis - Sridhar Katakam

Genesis has a handy shortcode called Filed Under: Genesis, Premium Content which displays comma separated linked terms of the specified taxonomy with category as the default taxonomy. Ex.: Let’s say you have a portfolio Custom Post Type with an associated… Continue Reading →

Centered image logo with right widget area in Genesis - Sridhar Katakam

In Genesis Facebook group a user asked: is there a way to use a centered image logo in the header with a right header widget widget and still have the logo centered on the page? One way this can be… Continue Reading →

Review statistics - Make WordPress Themes

These statistics should be taken with a pinch of salt, since the numbers does not assure statistical accuracy for the entire theme directory. While we can follow the graph and even search live themes, that won’t tell us what the reviews… Continue Reading →

11 Examples of Sports Sites Using Divi - Elegant Themes

Sports covers a lot of topics and this means there are a lot of websites to be inspired by and a need for many more. They use branded colors and images, and provide lots of stats and information on events…. Continue Reading →

Setup The WordPress Routes - Paul Underwood

Setup The WordPress Routes | Paulund With the styling for the theme setup and ready to go we can set up the routing for the WordPress theme. In a normal WordPress build, this is the section where you will setup… Continue Reading →

How to set up an image link to play video inline in WordPress - Sridhar Katakam

One of the tasks in a recent Genesis Customization project that I worked on was to make a Vimeo video play inline (replacing the image) when an image is clicked. Sounds simple, but apparently is not – at least based… Continue Reading →

How to remove query strings from static resources in WordPress and speed up your site - WP Loop

If you have been trying to speed up and optimize your WordPress site, you have probably come across different online diagnostic tools that can help you with that. We encourage you to do the tests; they will tell you how… Continue Reading →

Bunchy: Viral WordPress Theme - WP Solver

March 25th in WordPress Themes by WordPress Jedi . Top viral sites get a ton of traffic on a daily basis. Many of them use advanced algorithms, interactive tools, and other technologies to keep their visitors coming back for more…. Continue Reading →

How to Add and Customize Video Headers in WordPress - WPMU Dev

WordPress 4.7 introduced the concept of video headers built right into the core software. This visual element is nothing new – we’ve seen it on countless sites and themes – but building it into core makes it considerably more approachable than… Continue Reading →

8 Key Elements Your Video Marketing Strategy Needs - Elegant Themes

It’s probably not a surprise to you when I tell you that each year people are spending more and more time consuming digital video. So if you’ve abstained from the video marketing revolution up until now, it’s quickly becoming something… Continue Reading →

Mistakes to Avoid When Designing Your Website - WP Aisle

It is a fact that anyone is able to build their own website. You no longer need to have any experience in coding or web design to create your own website easily. Yet, if you are approaching this process for… Continue Reading →

9 Design Mistakes Killing Your Ecommerce Blog - WP Aisle

Your ecommerce site needs a great blog to promote your products and boost your search engine rankings. Your blog can be useful in converting customers and attracting new ones, but the competition for such services is tough. If a customer… Continue Reading →

How to Add a Right Sidebar in No Sidebar Pro - Sridhar Katakam

Brian Gardner will probably be shaking his head in disapproval at this post, but hey, I write tutorials only to help others from a coding point of view and do not judge or assess the aesthetics/design aspect. In the members-only… Continue Reading →

DNS privacy: Use a DNS provider that doesn’t track you - Bjorn Johansen

Many ISPs and other DNS providers are slow or inject ads, track you, hijack DNS queries or do other nasty stuff. To mitigate this, you should use a fast, reliable and free service that respects your DNS privacy. To use a… Continue Reading →

7 Proven Trust Signals on WordPress Sites - WP Explorer

Any business is built on trust. Unless a user can rely on you and your brand, he will hardly ever refer to you for attaining specific services and/or products. Running a reliable web presence you may feel confident in a… Continue Reading →

Catch Us on Lots of WordPress Podcasts - WP Shout

We’re on a digital book tour! David and I—and Alex Denning, who’s helping with marketing for Up and Running—have appeared on a lot of WordPress podcasts in the past week in support of the product. It’s been really fun, and the… Continue Reading →

Self-destructing cookies: Real, forced Do-Not-Track for your privacy - Bjorn Johansen

This is the second post in my series of posts on some of the tools I use to stay a little safer and protect my privacy online. With self-destructing cookies, you get a clean sheet even with those who don’t… Continue Reading →

Weekly WordPress Recap: GoDaddy Acquires Sucuri, WordCamp London 2017 & PressShack Forks Edit Flow - WP Newsify

Another exciting week with WordPress? Lots of news from all corners of the world. For anyone visiting WP Newsify, I am happy to announce this week weekly WordPress recap. For all you WordPress geeks! Roll up your sleeves and check… Continue Reading →

How WordPress Is Powering The Future: Case Study - Torque

Every year thousands of tech companies descend upon Las Vegas for CES to celebrate all things tech. Established companies present their latest products, and startups have the opportunity to reach more people. Participants and attendees include auto manufacturers, newborn startups, investors, specialized… Continue Reading →

Nathan B. Weller Answers Community Questions & Talks Content Strategy- The Divi Nation Podcast, Episode 37 - Elegant Themes

Hey Divi Nation! This week the tables have been turned and the interviewer becomes the interviewee. In today’s episode, guest host Josh Hall, interviews me! Since the early days of this show there have been members of the community suggesting… Continue Reading →

New Guide: WordPress.com vs WordPress.org – What’s the Difference and Which to Choose? - WinningWP

Home / Basics / New Guide: WordPress.com vs WordPress.org – What’s the Difference and Which to Choose? When starting out with WordPress, most folk soon learn that, confusingly, there’s two different official WordPress websites: WordPress.com and WordPress.org. So what’s the… Continue Reading →

Working with PHP Sessions and WordPress - Tom McFarlin

Earlier this week, I was talking with a friend and fellow developer about how I handle sessions in WordPress. Specifically, we were talking about how we take PHP Sessions and WordPress and make them work together (or how we adapt the… Continue Reading →

Espresso Translations is now WPML’s new translation partner - WPML

March 24th, 2017by Ornela Flores We are very happy to announce WPML’s latest integration with Espresso Translations, a top-quality professional translation agency. Espresso Translations was founded in 2011 by two bilingual translators, Niki, a native English speaker, and Danilo, a… Continue Reading →

How to Host WordPress on Kyup Managed Cloud - Cloudways Blog

WordPress is one of the most popular content management systems in the world and powers up to 75 million websites. The CMS is available in more than 56 different languages and is well-known for its user-friendly interface. Some of the… Continue Reading →

SEO basics: How to use social media - Yoast

Social media endeavors should be a part of your SEO strategy. As social media usage increased in popularity, Google and other search engines couldn’t ignore them any longer. This means that your site’s popularity on social media ties in with your SEO more and… Continue Reading →

Loading Disqus Comments on Demand: 2 Ways - WP Solver

March 24th in Plugin Lists by WordPress Jedi . Disqus is a wonderful comment management system used on top websites. It could cause some slowness, especially if you get lots of comments regularly. Here are 2 ways to conditionally load… Continue Reading →

Where to Put Your Call-to-Actions Buttons? What the Research Says CTAs - WPMU Dev

When we talk about the optimization of web design, much of our focus often goes towards the obvious elements: content, color, sizing, typography, and so on. But as we saw in the analysis conducted on logo optimization, placement also plays… Continue Reading →

The Best 26 Responsive WordPress Themes Of All Times - WordPress Arena

Over the past few years, WordPress has become the undisputed #1 choice for professional bloggers and website owners. As of this writing, self-hosted WordPress has been downloaded 27,779,919 times. There are literally tens if not hundreds of thousands of premium WordPress theme templates… Continue Reading →

Three Quick Ways To Put A WordPress Site Under Construction - WP Blog

Whether it’s a small or large site, a personal blog or a business site, it needs maintenance. From time to time, you will have to make some changes. You will have to introduce new features. You will have to fix… Continue Reading →

15 Powerful WordPress Widgets That Will Supercharge Your Site’s Widgetized Areas - Elegant Themes

WordPress widgets give you the ability to do just about anything. So, it makes sense why then developers are always finding interesting new ways to implement them. Widgets make it easy to add content and features to your with just a drag… Continue Reading →

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