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Introducing DW Jason – A brand new responsive WordPress portfolio theme

“Hello, I’m DW Jason. Are you having trouble building your showcasing site from scratch? Pay me a visit. It will save you a lot of time later.”

Over the past few months, we have seen lots of designers, photographers, web developers, even writers and other site builders coming to us for a solution of a decent portfolio WordPress theme to showcase their projects in a minimal yet professional style.

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How to Create PDF and EPUB Ebooks from WordPress Posts and Pages

In this post we will be taking a look at the best options for converting your WordPress posts and pages into ebooks and PDFs. Compiling some of the best content on your site into a single document is the perfect way to create an enticing lead magnet that can be given away to help encourage your readers to join your mailing list.

As you’ve already created the content as blog posts on your site, publishing it as a downloadable file is a great way to repurpose that content and gain more value from it, while also making it more accessible to your readers. Continue reading

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The A to Z guide: How to create a WordPress child theme

Last week, we have had a nice write-up on WordPress child theme topic, which covers what a WordPress child theme is and how it should be useful for your web project.

As a follow up, in this how-to tutorial, we will help you produce a child theme. Remember our WordPress blog and portfolio theme DW Wall, which features various styles as WallPress, WallChristmas, WallPin and WallDark? To bring forth such unique styles, we have applied the technique of creating child themes for WallPress theme so that we can generate any style we want.

Today we are going to help you achieve just that. You’d learn all basic steps needed to create a WordPress child theme for any theme you like.

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A WordPress news site well-favored by both readers & investors

This blog post by Salvatore Viola 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.

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I’m Salvatore Viola from Italy – the country of love and fashion. But I’m not here today to talk about clothes or romance. I’m here to share with you my first and newly founded WordPress project at startup-news.it which has received great feedback from visitors and sponsors so far. Continue reading

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Make Your Posts More User Friendly with Tabs, Accordions, Columns and More

Sometimes a piece of well written content and one or two images can be enough to produce an effective post in WordPress that does a good job of engaging your audience and bringing in new readers, clients, or customers.

However, if you want to go beyond the standard post format of images and text, there is a lot you can do in WordPress to make your content easier to read, better organised, and more attractive. Continue reading

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Rules for Making Your Content More Engaging and SEO-Friendly

When it comes to producing written content for your website or blog, there are a number of rules and guidelines you can follow to ensure you get the biggest returns on your investment.

In this post we will take a look at some of those rules to show you how you can make your content more engaging, rank better in the search engines, and help grow your audience and build your brand. Continue reading