August 21st in Wordpress Plugins by Wordpress Jedi .
Many folks I know have WordPress clients whom they provide service to on a daily basis. When you have clients, you want to be as helpful and responsive as possible. You could always help your clients get things done faster by creating interactive guides for them. It is also possible to use third-party videos and interactive material to offer better service to your customers. These 2 plugins could prove useful for WordPress consultants:
August 16th in Wordpress Plugins by Wordpress Jedi .
Not all WordPress sites, templates, and plugins are created the same. It should go without saying that if your server is overloaded or out of memory, you are going to have a hard time offering your visitors a decent browsing experience. Whether you are a developer coding WordPress themes and plugins or just a webmaster using scripts on your server, you need to pay attention to your system resources to catch problems before they become something serious. These 4 WordPress plugins can help with that:
TPC! Memory Usage: helps you keep track of memory usage on your site. It shows peak and current memory usage and logs highest memory usage. It can also send you an email if memory usage reaches the specified threshold. [click to continue…]
July 5th in Wordpress Plugins by Wordpress Jedi .
Many webmasters start their website without a long-term plan for the future. That could always come back to bite them where it hurts down the road. Take featured images for instance. Your current theme might not use them heavily, but if you don’t define them for each post and upgrade to a magazine theme, you may have to do a bit of coding to fix your thumbnails. It is in general a good practice to require your bloggers to add a featured image to their posts, especially if you run a growing online magazine. These 3 plugins force you to set a featured image for your posts:
Require Featured Image: requires post types that you choose to have a featured image set before they can be published. It makes life easier for editors. [click to continue…]
June 16th in Wordpress Plugins by Wordpress Jedi .
I don’t know about you, but I have a ton of unused domains. I have kept them all these years hoping to build them up and maybe flip them later. Unfortunately, you can only do so much every day. I am sure many of you have domains that you may be interested in selling. Sites such as Flippa give you the opportunity to find customers for your web properties. You could also sell your domain directly to those interested. You just have to set up an impressive website for each domain you would like to sell. Here are 2 ways to do that:
Domena: one of the best WordPress themes for domainers. This “domain for sale” template is elegant and responsive. It offers Google Analytics integration and multi-domain support. [click to continue…]
June 14th in Wordpress Plugins by Wordpress Jedi .
Starting online directories and portals is not that hard. Making them successful is another story. If you are in the business of selling or reviewing cars, it makes sense to have a portal to save your visitors time getting the information they need. There are many themes you can download to do the job. Pro Car Dealership happens to be a plugin that turns your website into a portal for cars. You will be able to add your cars and make it easier for your visitors to search for them.
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May 24th in Wordpress Plugins by Wordpress Jedi .
Running a successful e-commerce business is not easy. It takes more than installing WooCommerce or wp e-Commerce to build a solid business. One way to get more people to buy from you is to offer bulk discounts. These 3 bulk discount plugins add that feature to your website:
WooCommerce Bulk Discount: makes it possible to offer bulk discounts on specific products on your WooCommerce site. Bulk discounts for product variations are supported. [click to continue…]
May 1st in Wordpress Plugins by Wordpress Jedi .
Your WordPress password is a very important piece of the puzzle when it comes to keeping your site secure. You should keep your password hidden, especially in public places. But once in a while, you may want to make it visible to yourself. Maybe you don’t want your password to be visible on mobile devices. These two plugins might help in those situations:
hideShowPassword: lets you toggle password visibility on the WordPress login screen. Useful if you want to see what your password is. [click to continue…]