Veganos is a wonderfully designed, clean and responsive free WordPress theme built using the new Gutenberg editor. Veganos is perfect for creating food-related websites like recipe websites, blogs, magazines and more. It’s built mobile first and is pleasure to view on devices of all sizes. It features modern, easy-to-read typography and minimalistic design.
Creating a website for your charity or nonprofit can be a daunting task, but with WordPress it’s a remarkably straightforward and affordable process. Whether you’re building a website for the first time, or are a seasoned pro, there are always ways of making the website creation process easier: that’s what this guide can help you with.
This is your complete charity and nonprofit WordPress guide. We’ll cover everything you need to know, from why you should choose WordPress, to choosing charity WordPress theme, to adding extra functionality with plugins, to building out your content.
Building a WordPress membership site is easier than ever. Why? There are a wealth of membership plugins for WordPress to handle the features your organization or client needs in an all-in-one package. The real challenge as a project manager or developer is to initially pick the right membership software to meet your functionality requirements. Careful research will help you ensure you have selected a solid plugin that meets needs and avoids rework.Continue reading The challenges of building a WordPress membership site
Are you looking for a way to add Google Analytics directly to your WordPress website?
If so, you’re not alone. Google Analytics is one of the best ways to keep track of who is visiting your website and what they are doing while they are there. It’s possible to dive in and take a look at your bounce rate, page views, link traffic, and so much more.Continue reading How to Add Google Analytics to Your WordPress Site With MonsterInsights (Step by Step)
Searching for the best WordPress translation plugin to create a multilingual WordPress site?
With almost 75% of the Internet’s 4,159,440,684+ users speaking a language other than English, going multilingual is essential to help you reach as big an audience as possible.
Creating a multilingual website might sound intimidating, but with the best WordPress translation plugin in tow, you’ll be able to create a working multilingual website with just a few minutes of work.
In this post, we’ll share more about the benefits of translating WordPress. Then, we’ll teach you how to use Weglot, the best WordPress translation plugin, to translate your website. This method will work with all the Anariel Design themes – we’ll use the Zeko non-profit theme to prove it!Continue reading Using The Best WordPress Translation Plugin To Go Multilingual
On December 6, 2018, we saw the official release of WordPress 5.0. This milestone update has brought with it a new editor called Gutenberg, which is scheduled to replace Tiny MCE as WordPress’ default editing software.Continue reading Everything You Need To Know About Gutenberg
Did you know that a whopping 55% of your site visitors spend less than 15 seconds on your webpages?
That means a lot of what people click on, they don’t read.
No matter how great the content is on your website, if people aren’t engaging with it, you’re not likely to see positive results.
In fact, if the time people spend on your website hovers around the 15-second mark, you can expect to see high bounce rates, low conversions rates, and very little profit.
Luckily, there are many ways to increase engagement on your website and boost the amount of time people spend on each one of your site’s webpages.
So, let’s take a look at some of some of the most common and effective ways of boosting site engagement.Continue reading 4 Worthwhile Strategies for Boosting Time Spent on Your Website
Automation has taken over the world. And, why not? It saves you a lot of time. When it comes to WordPress, it can save you tons of time. WordPress is an excellent piece of software. It lets you manage your website the way you want. However, any suitable software or solution requires you to maintain it properly which means spending a couple of hours every day.
In the case of WordPress, you need to do a lot of things to keep your website running optimally. For example, you need to back up your site daily, run scans in regular intervals, do comment moderation, and much more!
To make sure that you do not waste your time doing trivial things, we will show you how to automate your WordPress website and workflow. In the process, we will be linking WordPress plugins that will help you automate your WordPress site and the workflow. So, without further ado, let’s get started.