Category: WordPress

Divi 3 is the Ultimate Multi-Purpose Theme

Divi 3.0 – Best Drag Drop WordPress Theme, FREE Layout Kits

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.
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Woocommerce Visual Attributes & Options Swatches

10 WordPress Plugins to Improve WooCommerce Product Variations

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!
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How to Install and Configure WordPress through WP-CLI on a Linux VPS

How to Install and Configure WordPress through WP-CLI on a Linux VPS

WP-CLI is used to manage WordPress installations with a set of command-line commands. Although WordPress is well known for the easy to use installation and user interface, some people still prefer managing it with a command-line tool. WP-CLI is the most commonly used command-line tool made for WordPress and it is easy to learn and use. Let’s start off with a little introduction to WP-CLI first.
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Debunking the Myths Associated With WordPress Plugin Ecosystem

Debunking the Myths Associated With WordPress Plugin Ecosystem

As a WordPress user, you’ll most likely be aware of the fact that its popularity makes it the favorite target for hackers. Perhaps, you may choose to install plugins that can heighten your site’s security against hacker attacks and vulnerabilities.

But, do you know which security plugin should you install? Or how many plugins you’ll require to protect your site? And so on. An unfortunate reality is that the majority of WP users fail or don’t try to understand the scope of each WordPress security plugins and what role it plays.

Through this post, I’ll help you understand some important things you should keep in your mind, before selecting a plugin for your site. But, let us look at the current scenario of the WordPress plugin ecosystem.
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WordPress Database Relation

Keep your WordPress database in ship shape with expert DBA service

WordPress is the leading content management system second to none. The others like Drupal and Joomla are not as popular but they have their place in the market. The thing about WordPress is that it has become so popular. The community has been growing over the years making it possible for people to access information concerning WordPress with such tremendous ease. Whenever you have a problem you can always find information online to help you resolve the issue. The same cannot be said about Drupal. It is a bit harder to understand when compared to WordPress.
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Tips to make your Stand-Out WordPress Website

Tips to make your Stand-Out WordPress Website

From the last few years, most of the website owners are using the advanced features to make their site visually engaging and inviting. If you are also looking for an excellent option to enhance the design of your site, then you should create and develop your website on WordPress.

WordPress is an excellent Content Management System and blogging platform that comes with thousands of astonishing themes and plugins that allows a user to craft a fully-featured websites for their businesses.

If you are a newbie WordPress user, then you can allow the theme to enhance the look and feel of your website’s design. With the help of WP themes, you can create an eye-arresting, engaging and professional looking design that can help you get more visitors with ease. In fact, you should give more importance to your site’s design than your content.

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8 Silly Mistakes a Wordpress Developer Always Makes and Regrets Later

8 Silly Mistakes a WordPress Developer Always Makes and Regrets Later

WordPress is the most widely used CMS all across the Globe. It has always been the industry leader, topping the popularity charts ever since its introduction. In fact it is surprising that the WordPress is so far ahead in popularity that the next most popular CMS on the list comes nowhere even close to it with its market share. WordPress stands at an impressive 60% and Joomla at a mere 9% of CMS market share as per 2014 figures.
What attracts users towards WordPress is that it is easy to use and even beginners are able to use it without much training. WordPress has been around since 2003 and it is not difficult to find online tutorials which help users to use it and create their websites. Over 60 million websites today depend on WordPress for publishing and managing their content, which highlights the fact that WordPress is not only used by novice bloggers but by professional web developers as well.
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