WP Crowdfunding Review – Create a Crowdfunding Website With WordPress


From foot insoles that claim to make you lose weight to the (now extinct) Pebble smartwatch, crowdfunding has been a smashing success. At least when it comes to raising money. Kickstarter and Indiegogo’s top projects have raised tens of millions of dollars, proving that the market is absolutely there for crowdfunding. The post WP Crowdfunding Review – Create a Crowdfunding Website With WordPress appeared first on WPLift.

5 WordPress Trends to Look Out for in 2017


14 years after its initial release, WordPress continues to get better and better with age. With 2017 now here, we have new trends to look forward to. Although you may have already started noticing some of these (for example, video headers in the Twenty Seventeen theme), some are going to make their mark in the months to come. Our crystal ball has been working overtime to see what’s in store! In this post, we’ll uncover a number of … Check out the source»

Doc Pop’s News Drop: Wix update


Doc’s WordPress News Drop is a weekly report on the most pressing WordPress news. When the news drops, I will pick it up and deliver it right to you. Here’s a quick follow up to our WordPress Vs Wix episode from October. Since then, Wix has updated their mobile app to use an EMIT licensed code (in place of the previous WordPress code). Love WordPress news, but hate reading? This is Doc Pop’s News Drop. … Check out the source»

Postmatic Basic Rebrands as Replyable, Moves Two-Way Email Commenting to SaaS Product


Postmatic is rebranding its WordPress.org Postmatic Basic plugin as Replyable and pushing the two-way email commenting feature into a new SaaS product. After discovering that many users simply want email commenting, without additional post delivery and newsletter features, Postmatic launched Replyable to offer this starting at $3/month. “Replyable was born out of user feedback,” founder Jason Lemieux said. “Postmatic does more than most sites need and the price is squarely mid-market. From the beginning we’ve … Check out the source»

5 Best WordPress Plugins to Manage Your Content Marketing Efforts


Once you’ve decided to execute your content marketing strategy you’ve probably tried to find ways you can make it easier. I mean content marketing does take a lot of work. However, there are a lot of plugins that can help to simplify your content marketing efforts. The post 5 Best WordPress Plugins to Manage Your Content Marketing Efforts appeared first on WPLift.

Top 7 Ecommerce Trends That Will Impact WordPress in 2017


Many retailers were unsure of what to expect going into the 2016 holiday season, what with a disruptive national election kicking it all off. The onslaught of political news headlines generated a lot of attention throughout Q4, so it may have been difficult to spot the news that mattered most to retailers. In case you […]

The best new portfolio sites, January 2017


Hello WDD readers! Start the year right by ignoring your resolutions, and focusing on this latest installment of awesome portfolios. This month, we have a fairly eclectic collection to look at, with no one overriding theme. I have also discovered that website animation can sometimes look kind of blurry on Windows Remote Desktop, even when everything else looks sharp, so… there’s another use case for you all to consider. You’re welcome. Act Normal Act Normal’s … Check out the source»

How to Change the Default Gravatar on WordPress


Do you want to change the default Gravatar on your WordPress site? By adding your own default gravatar image, you can make your comments section branded. In this article, we will show you how to change the default gravatar in WordPress and replace it with your own custom default gravatar image. What is Default Gravatar and Why Change it? Gravatar is a web service created and run by WordPress co-founder Matt Mullenweg’s company called Automattic. … Check out the source»

Styled-Components: Enforcing Best Practices In Component-Based Systems


    Building user interfaces on the web is hard, because the web and, thus, CSS were inherently made for documents. Some smart developers invented methodologies and conventions such as BEM, ITCSS, SMACSS and many more, which make building user interfaces easier and more maintainable by working with components. After this shift in mindset towards building component-based user interfaces, we are now in what we like to call the “component age.” The rise of JavaScript … Check out the source»

How to Build an Invoice System on WordPress


There’s no other way to say this – I’m impressed. WordPress has become so much more than just a “blog platform” these days, and the extent of what’s possible is nothing short of incredible. Forums, e-commerce stores, membership sites, we all know that WordPress can run those easily at this point. But it turns out that it’s also quite exceptional with invoice systems. In this guide, you will learn why handling your invoices through WordPress can … Check out the source»