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DW Kido theme – New approach for a competent WordPress blog site

Hi, I’m DW Kido. Do you fancy a WordPress blog where you can publish & edit content in a blink without any back-end hassle? Check me out. Can’t wait to see you say Wow.”

Guys, we have been nurturing this release for months and now I would love to present you our big reveal this September: DW Kido - The WordPress theme that helps you Blog way better – now hits the store. Continue reading

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How to Use Custom Post Types and Taxonomies to Make WordPress Even More Useful

Understanding custom post types and custom taxonomies can open up a whole new world of possibilities for WordPress users. However, as they can’t be created through the WordPress settings and admin pages, many users aren’t even aware of their power.

Whether you are totally new to custom post types and taxonomies, or you’ve heard of them but aren’t using them on your site yet, by the end of today’s post you will have been brought up to speed on this topic, have found out how they can help improve your website, and also have learned how to easily create them using a free plugin. Continue reading

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WordPress news theme DW Focus: The choice for my politics website

This blog post by Andy Lewandowski is a part of our WordPress Customer Spotlight section, where DesignWall users come and share their beautiful projects as well as their valuable development experience.

 

Greeting from Washington, D.C!

My name is Andy Lewandowski. I am from California and currently live in Washington, D.C. I am a news junkie and love politics. One day, I thought why not combine my interests in a new and interesting way by starting my own website on politics news. And that’s where my initial idea for Citizen Workshop came from. Continue reading

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Group Your Posts to Create a Series or Course in WordPress

Today we are going to test three plugins that allow you to group a selection of your posts together in order to create a series or course.

While you can use the default WordPress categories or tags to organize your content, these plugins go a step further and add a new tag for your content which allows you to create a series. This approach helps your readers follow a sequence of posts on your site. Continue reading