In the version 1.3.0 of DW Question & Answer plugin, we have announced a significant change in how the plugin could be integrated into your WordPress site and work well with any WordPress theme. Though it made life much easier, yet it was not a perfect solution yet. Now in this version 1.3.1, we have included a quick update for it: a setting for choosing template for Single Question page is supported.
Besides, routine bug fixes are released in this version of the plugin as well. Let’s scroll down for details. Continue reading
How often do you look at your WordPress plugin directory and ask yourself these questions: “Am I using too many plugins?”, “Are there any of them that seem excessive and should be removed?”, “Do these plugins affect my site’s security, speed or performance?”. If not, then I advise you to.
It can not be denied that WordPress plugins help adding up to our site’s functionality without altering much of the core structure. This is extremely useful for any non-coder out there who don’t want mess up with coding but still afford to add all kinds of nuts and bolts features to their sites. However, troubles come when we unknowingly integrate too many nonessential or even harmful plugins that may drag our site down. Continue reading
Due to WordPress being used to power so many different types of websites, it can be easy to overlook its more humble beginnings as a blogging platform. While WordPress is used increasingly as a CMS these days, with some predicting its eventual move towards being an app platform, for many bloggers it is and will always be their software of choice.
So with that in mind, it’s time to shift our focus away briefly from the eCommerce tools, and app themes that turn your WordPress site into a fully functioning business directories or social networks, and go back to the roots of WordPress with some great plugins targeted at bloggers that aim to help make them more productive, while also making managing their blogs an easier task. Continue reading
This blog post by Solo Ingz 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.
My name is Solo Ingz, a professional designer with 8 years of working experience based in England. For me, creating a website is not all about gaining audience and trying to earn a lot of traffic. I feel that every single website is a way we represent ourselves through creativity. That’s why I start off with the project: psdarchive.com.
Apart from designing, I also have great interest in social media, sports and apps. I love creating apps and coding games for smartphones. I tend to visit Starbucks everyday to get myself pumped off for all of my beloved projects. Continue reading
In Part I of our series tutorial blog “How to make your WordPress site more interactive with communication tools”, we have covered 3 available solutions including using Contact form, Q&A plugin and Live chat plugin.
Today’s blog is the second part of this series tutorial which will discuss 2 other options: Discussion Forum and Social Network. Just dive in.