For many years we have been using WordPress to power personal blogs, portfolio sites, news sites and the like. However, WordPress has so much more to offer!
For example, it can be used while building an eCommerce site. Of course, you’ll also need a WordPress eCommerce plugin to make it work, but there are a lot of them on the net. If to speak about the most popular eCommerce plugins for WordPress, these are WooCommerce and Jigoshop. Both are well trusted and reliable. However, WooCommerce has a longer history than JigoShop, so it should come as no surprise that it has been downloaded more times than JigoShop, but in general, these are two very similar solutions. What’s also important to mention is that both of them are open source and therefore free. Continue
As promised in our last WordPress showcase: beautiful Focus sites, we are now back with the second showcase blog dedicated to our WallPress theme – the free responsive WordPress theme for portfolio, news and eCommerce sites. For anyone still skeptical about its dynamic, let’s scroll down and see how WallPress adorns our users’ sites.
Since we started calling out for WordPress site submission couple days ago, we are so glad to receive a lot of submissions from our users. We will check all the submitted sites and showcase them in our Blog section. This is not only about sharing, but learning as well. You or anyone can give honest feedback to sites’ author by leaving comments and we can all learn from that.
So here it is: our first showcase of WordPress sites and it goes for DW Focus theme.
Update on March 18th: new extensions for Joomla has been added.
3 days ago, while in conversation with a large group of prominent WordPress users, I asked “What is the most powerful CMS plugin for WP on the market right now?”. Within hours, I got a lot of backlash from the community reassuring me that WordPress is already a CMS. To me, WordPress is very advanced & powerful blogging platform, but not quite a full fledged CMS, yet. However, WordPress codebase is built so that you can code any CMS features you want. It explains perfectly why WordPress has 29,873 plugins (at the time of writing), comparing to 7730 extensions of Joomla, and 14,764 modules of Drupal.
Few weeks ago we have released a free theme DW Timeline – an innovative WordPress theme featuring the popular timeline layout from Facebook.
Starting from that, we continue to develop a premium version of this theme with more features and functions added. Here it is: DW Timeline Pro – Premium Timeline WordPress theme.