There are thousands of plugins out there, both free and premium, that could help to push up performance for our WordPress site and make life easier. Today I would like to share with you 8 simple yet useful plugins that you can count on for your site. All developed by our staff and free to use.
I also share the code that I have used, in case you want to build one for your own based on the WordPress guide.
Here we are again with our regular update for the 5-star rating WordPress plugin: DW Question and Answer.
The plugin has been updated to the latest version 1.2.4 with Editor update for WordPress 3.9, new language translations added and bug fixes.
What is favicon? According to Wikipedia we know that:
A favicon /ˈfævɪkɒn/ (short for Favorite icon), also known as a shortcut icon, Web site icon, tab icon or bookmark icon, is a file containing one or more small icons, most commonly 16×16 pixels, associated with a particular Web site or Web page.
Technically, favicon is an icon, a visual identity for your web page.
In this article, I will review useful information about favicon, its characteristics, how to design and install favicon for your WordPress site. Let’s start with a question: why should we use favicon?
There are plenty of ways to make money within the WordPress ecosystem, including promoting the vast number of products on offer in order to earn affiliate commissions. However, today we are going to look at the opportunities open to those with WordPress development skills.
I know, I know, we just released the updated version 1.2.2 of DW Question and Answer plugin and now a new version is out? It’s a bit crazy, isn’t it 🙂
But since it’s a big feature to add, we cannot wait but to release a new version for the plugin, so here we go: DW Question and Answer plugin version 1.2.3 with Front-end Edit Question.