Rest in Peace, Alex King (poststatus.com) Alex King was one of the greatest influence in the WordPress ecosystem. Many people are familiar with his contributions regarding the WordPress community. We are sorry to hear he passed away and we transmit our condolences to his family.
25 Free Stock Video Sources For Your Homepage Background (www.layerthemes.com) Looping video background on the front page is quickly becoming popular. With top sites like Airbnb, PayPal following the trend; demand for looped and time-lapse video are high in demand. One question we get asked quite often by our users is, Where can I find free, good quality videos to use on my website? We’ll explore some of the best free stock footage or video sources in this post.
The 7 Things Your Premium Plugins Must Deliver (proplugindirectory.com) You have this amazing idea for a WordPress plugin – or a twist on an existing idea – and you can’t believe no one else has thought of it. Just one problem: you know you’re a rock star coder but you also know a successful plugin must deliver more than just impeccable code.
Today, we’re going to go over the seven things your premium plugin must deliver if it’s going to have any chance of being wildly successful.
Monstroid Theme Review & Giveaway: The Right Solution For Your Project? (www.wpkube.com) Monstroid is billed as a “WordPress Theme on Steroids” and it certainly seems to have the necessary ingredients. Out of the box, it comes with 5 child themes, free lifetime support, upgrades, and plenty of premium extensions. Monstroid shows lots of promise, but can it deliver?
There is a lot to talk about in this review so we’re not going to waste any more time with idle chatter. Let’s jump right into the details.
A Guide To HTTP And The WordPress HTTP API – Part 1 (kinsta.com) HTTP is the basis for everything we do on the web and knowing what goes on in a request and a response gives us great troubleshooting capabilities and allows us to control our applications better.
By getting to grips with HTTP basics you will be able to utilize external APIs faster and better, knowing exactly what to do with the information given to you in API guides.
In this article – part 1 of 2 – we’ll show you the basics of HTTP requests, how they are structured, the information they contain and how to make sense of it. In part 2 we’ll put our knowledge into practice – through WordPress.
Web Design: How to Combine SEO Value and User Experience (99robots.com) There are a few concepts and tactics web designers can use to strike a balance between SEO value, user experience, and conversion potential.
To find common ground between what search engines, users, and businesses all seek, an optimal website must include the following components presented in the article.
101 WordPress Tricks Every Serious Blogger Must Know (www.dart-creations.com) Most WordPress users are not developers and do not have much experience with code. Thus, many people are not able to use Wordpress tricks to tweak and optimize their WordPress sites to add more functionality.
In this article we’ll show you how to do some cool tips on WordPress without hiring a developer - these are a few simple Wordpress tricks (or small tweaks/changes in Wordpress code) which allow you to get more, much more from your Wordpress website installation.