WordPress themes that come with page builders are extremely popular because they are easy to use and clients love it because they don’t depend on the developer to add content or make layout changes easily.
If you wanted to add this functionality to WooCommerce you probably discovered that the official WooCommerce Dynamic Pricing plugin doesn’t support it. Or maybe you tried Pricing Deals for WooCommerce and after 7 hours figuring out how it works you discovered that the coupon solution is not AJAX and it needs a manual refresh by the customer. Unacceptable.
I love WP Address Schema plugin because it makes it super easy to insert Schema Address in Visual Editors such as Divi Builder. The Schema format is great for local SEO improvements.
In case you’re using AddThis, inserting your custom #hashtag is pretty simple to implement. Thats in case you’re reading this post.
In the past article in the series I explained the reasons why a fast loading website is critical to your success. In this blog post, I would like to share some practical tips on how to make your WordPress website load super fast!
In this article, I will explain what’s the best WordPress hosting provider for your hosting needs. This is an in-depth analysis for my all time favorites Bluehost and Kinsta.
WordPress is the most beloved content management system because of its ease of use. Additionally WordPress can maximize SEO on your website.
WooCommerce is the most popular shopping cart plugin for WordPress and for a good reason. It comes free at first then it is heavily extended with premium plugins that offer advanced functionality. Is WooCommerce worth it for your business? Read on to see how it compare with other shopping carts and find out its advantages, disadvantages and limitations.
WooCommerce shopping cart is unquestionably the most popular eCommerce solution for WordPress with over 1.5 million downloads at the present.