If you are looking to build a website for your business, one thing you’ll quickly notice is the abundance of platforms and CMSs (content management systems) to choose from. Drupal, Joomla, WordPress, Magento, ExpressionEngine, SilverStripe and TextPattern are some of the industry leaders. However, CMS are not created equal and the numbers partly explain why.
Thinking to start an online business venture? The first thing you must look out for is the look of your website. Along with the look, functionality of your website matters to the success of your online business. It is necessary to offer top-notch services and high-quality content to make the visitors stay engaged on your website. The next thing one must look forward to is the platform with the help of which the website has been developed. It represents the entire functioning as well as look of your website. The website must be clean and perfectly organized, and hence the development platform must be chosen very precisely.
If you are confused with the platform, go with WordPress. It can be the best platform for anyone who has less technical knowledge. WordPress is a time-saving, highly organized and reliable Content Management System. It is one of the most popular CMS on the internet. In the below article, you will find some of the free as well as paid WordPress Themes along with their details and functioning of it.
Anyone who has built a website (or ten) using WordPress understands that plugins are the key to success. It might take a while for you to get used to the entire concept of web design and building using WordPress, but it’s one of the most popular platforms, and one of the most versatile.
What makes WordPress so popular is its ability to provide a platform where you can build a store, post blogs, and even enjoy receiving comments from visitors.
Plugins are key tools for making your website more functional and responsive. When it comes to boosting user experience on your site, these tools help a great deal because they build on the otherwise basic content management system upon which your website was created, and enhance your website by adding relevant features and functions. This is why getting the right plugins for your website can make all the difference in taking your business to the next level.
There are so many plugins out there. Choosing the right ones is a critical decision, especially as having too many plugins can affect the speed of your site. You therefore need to be sure that the plugins you choose are significant.
Themes are among the top elements that make WordPress the most popular Web CMS and blogging platform.
These are the first set of files that define the design and functionality of a WordPress site. Each Theme is different, having multiple choices of appearances (color and structure for site owners to choose from) that can instantly change the complete website presentation.
In this tutorial, we will take you through a step-by-step process of writing codes that result in a completely functioning WordPress theme.
Why start a blog? Well, the answer is simple. Blogging has become one of most popular ways to communicate, disseminate information and news. In addition to doing it just for the fun of it and to improve your writing skills, it is also one of the best ways to establish yourself as an expert in any field. And, best of all, you can make money blogging.
So, let’s get right into it. There are five main fundamental steps to starting up a blog.
The current day needs have made the developers to think of transforming a simple business website into an online shop with the installation of a plugin, and the WordPress eCommerce came into existence. Did you know? Limitations of WordPress Ecommerce includes security, processing time, customization and more …
As you known, Divi is a “flag-ship” WordPress of Elegant Themes because it’s named as Multi-Purpose and Best Drag Drop WordPress Theme.
I’ve owned a premium account of Elegant Themes for several years ago. But I’m just using their single themes for individual websites instead of using Divi for all of them. My friends asked me why? And the answer is simple, in my opinions, a multipurpose theme is not good as niche theme which is a better focus on the main content of my website.
Now I’ve Fell in Love The Divi Theme because I get incredible value for my money…
I will be comparing between multi-purpose and niche themes in later. In this post, I’m having a small review of Divi 3.0, its newest version.
There are several WordPress plugins for WooCommerce to Improve WooCommerce Product Variations feature with Swatches, Colors and Photos. All the plugins which listed here will allow you to replace standard WooCommerce selects with icons, custom images, and dynamic labels.
What is a variable product?
A variable product is a standard product type in WooCommerce. A variable product has multiple attributes and the customer select one from each attribute. For example, a shoe has size and color attributes – the customer can select these parameters.
Why We need to Improve WooCommerce Product Variations feature?
I chose WooCommerce because it had variable pricing and working with WordPress very well. I experienced with WordPress for several years ago then I don’t want to start again with a new platform. That feature allows you to create specific products that have several variations, for example, sizes, colors, materials and more… So WooCommerce is the best choice to start a small shop.
Variable Products in WooCommerce allows you to add variations to a single product such as color, size, price, images or any other specific feature your product might have. This includes setting up attributes, terms, and variations. By default, WooCommerce display product variation (options) as a drop-down list. It’s simple but looks ugly and your customers haven’t complete overview about their interested products.
Using color and image swatches provides a much nicer way to display the available colors of a product, available styles, available sizes, or pretty much anything else that you can display using an image or color.
So let’s just start today’s round up of showing you 10 plugins that hopefully has something that will push your WooCommerce store up and running better than before!