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.
Howdy guys, how is this year going for you so far?
Well, I guess the title of this article speaks for itself already. We are looking to feature and showcase beautiful WordPress sites using our WordPress themes, either free or premium. Using our themes for your sites or client’s site, I guess you have twisted it, broke it, customized it to meet your needs.
It’s awesome to do so and yes we are looking forward to showcasing your works. Let the community see what you have come up with based from our themes collection.
Why should you be showcasing your site?
SEO contains two main areas: On-page and Off-page. While Off-page SEO is about link analysis, backlinks, On-page SEO is all about keywords placement, meta description, title and so on. In this tutorial, I will be talking solely about Keywords for On-page optimization.
In the past, there was a myth that: the more keywords the better your site was. We all know it’s not true today as Google and other search engines get smarter and smarter. Overusing keywords and doing it in a wrong way will cost us a fortune.
Where should I put my keywords? How much should I stuff up? Here are some tips you can count on.
So, you’re here because you’re looking for some tips and advices on how to write the most popular articles? Sorry, you’re in the wrong place then. What we want to do now is to show you the most popular and most commented articles related to web design, and analyze what topics are of interest to web designers, developers, webmasters and bloggers.
What is LESS? LESS is a “dynamic stylesheet language” or technically a CSS preprocessor. This means that LESS supports and extends the CSS language, makes CSS become more flexible using variables, functions and classes. LESS arises as one of the popular CSS preprocessors, along with two others: Sass and Stylus.
We all have to agree that CSS is an easy to learn and use, especially when it comes to theme and web development. The introduction of CSS3 has made things better and greater. However, sometime we found ourselves repeat code over and over again all over the stylesheet, and this is not what we usually call “Don’t repeat yourself”. Thus, whenever a change needs to be done, it has to be done in different places.