30+ Go-to WordPress Resources You Should Follow in 2015

In today’s world, if you want your business to be competitive, you need to know which techniques are being employed by your competitors. When it comes to web design, the situation is almost the same. Web development doesn’t stand still. Every year new trends and styles are being implemented, new tricks are being tested, and thousands of new ready-made themes are being released. For many, it’s hard to follow each and every resource that posts valuable information on web design.

When it comes to WordPress, keeping track of the latest developments in this field can seem to be a major undertaking. Improvements, new themes, plugins, and lots of other things are being added literally on a daily basis. In order for you not to get lost and keep a list of the most reliable go-to resources always in handy, we will share, in this blog post, 30 must-follow WP resources. These include blogs, websites offering free WordPress themes and podcasts worthy of your attention.

So, let’s get straight to the list.

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Essential Plugins and Themes for Creating a WordPress Website That Isn’t a Blog

It might seem strange to use WordPress to create a traditional type of website, one which has a fixed home page and doesn’t include a blog. However, if you are already familiar with WordPress, or you want to make use of the countless themes and plugins available for the software when creating a traditional non-blog website, we totally understand why you would want to use WordPress for this purpose.

Being able to tap into the shared knowledge of the large community of WordPress users and its burgeoning ecosystem is another benefit of using this software that can’t be overlooked.

So in today’s post we are going to look at some useful plugins and themes you can install on your brochureware or non-blog website, which will make it easier to manage, add some essential features, and generally look and work better. Continue reading


The Whys and Hows of Creating a Mobile App for Your WordPress Website

Mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets, are now the most popular way to consume digital media, including websites and social networks. After years of predictions, the tipping point has finally been reached and smartphones and tablets are now responsible for 55 percent of the online activity in the US.

A lot of attention has been focussed on ensuring your website is responsive and adapts to the size of the screen it is being viewed on in order to cater to mobile users. However, there is another equally important statistic that doesn’t quite garner as much attention. Continue reading