Hiding or showing widgets in WordPress on selected pages can be very useful to get pages with 100% width or to show additional content related only to the main area. Today we review the available plugins for this.
Jetpack is one of the most powerful plugins available for WordPress. However, it is very easy to get lost and not know what to choose between all the modules that offers us. We will explain you why it should not be missing in your list of add-ons of your website, and some of its most interesting modules.
Contact Form 7 is the most used plugin in WordPress to create contact forms thanks to its flexibility. That’s why we have created this tutorial with which you can create your first form knowing all the options offered.
Atom is an open source editor developed by GitHub itself. One of its most notable features is its high customization. In this article you will find our selection of 9 extensions essential for working and improving our workflow.
Today we will talk about the import in WordPress: A basic tutorial on how to import test content and let our blog or web with the same design as the demonstration WordPress template site that we are going to install.
It is one of the most repeated questions in the comments and support of our WordPress themes. Why cannot I install plugins? Let’s review what the most common reasons for this error are.
Installing plugins in WordPress is a process that has been greatly simplified in recent versions. Let’s see the summary of the step by step tutorial and the alternatives we have, such as installing premium plugins through a .zip file or FTP methods.
Not all WordPress templates serve to WooCommerce, and not all the templates that are compatible with this great plugin are optimized to take our ecommerce to the next level. Here is our selection of favorite WooCommerce themes!
Today we have a very special guest: Mar Valenzuela tells us how to improve our multilingual blog in WordPress through a good translation. Are you going to miss it? We are not! Thanks for sharing Mar!
It is a recurring question, especially in the WordPress forums. Suppose you want to modify a particular element of your design: the size of H1, the range of colours or just the tone of the social buttons … These modifications require in most cases a bit of CSS. But do not panic, there are several methods to do so safely and without hardly touching code.
The main change in conceptualization that responsive web design has brought is certainly the replacement of the pixel by relative units.