The numbers don’t lie. With over 350,000 sales to date, WPBakery Page Builder for WordPress (formerly known as Visual Composer) is a massively popular page builder. Integrating it in your theme is a no-brainer, and you’ll learn exactly how to do it in our new short course, Theme Developer’s Guide to WPBakery Page Builder for WordPress.
If you want to create professional-looking websites with a simple drag-and-drop process, you can’t beat WPBakery Page Builder for WordPress, a hugely popular plugin with over 350,000 sales to date on ThemeKeeper Market. Learn how to use it in our new short course, User’s Guide to WPBakery Page Builder for WordPress.
Although it’s good to know how to do things yourself, sometimes it’s better just to use a tried and tested solution, rather than reinventing the wheel.
Looking to win some votes? Whether you’re running for political office or student council, it’s not enough make flyers and yard signs. To really communicate with your voters, you need a website.
So you’ve found a beautiful WordPress theme. It has a fantastic style, and it seems just right for your project. But how do you know if it’s just as good under the hood?
Why does WordPress use PHP? In this video from my course, Learn PHP for WordPress, you’ll get a detailed answer to this question. I’ll give you an introduction to what PHP is and then show you why it’s used in WordPress.
In this tutorial I’m going to show you a really fast way of creating WordPress themes.
The new Gutenberg editing interface is a major change coming to WordPress 5 this year, and it will affect WordPress plugin developers, theme designers, and website creators.
When it comes to promoting your small business, there is no better way than using video marketing. A well-produced video makes it easy to show all of the features of your product, display how simple it is to use, and engage potential customers.
For WordPress themes, looks are important, but they aren’t everything. You also need a theme that’s well built, so that it works well across different browsers and devices, lets your website run super-fast, and more.
Customizing existing WordPress themes is a great way to get the look you’re going for, but if you’re not careful, when you update your theme, you can easily lose all of the customizations you’ve made.
A website, first and foremost, must be user-friendly. At the very basic level, that means visitors to your site should be able to navigate through its content with ease. How users interact with various elements should be intuitive and content should be easy to read. Above all, the goal is to help guide users to where they want to go.
When you’re creating a WordPress theme, you’ll need to have solid documentation, especially if you’ll be handing it over to your clients where they’ll be the ones installing and maintaining it.
WordPress is often cited as being the most-used CMS (Content Management System) on the planet. Because it’s used by everyone from small bloggers to large corporations, it stands to reason that most any hosting company can meet the somewhat meagre minimum requirements for running the platform. Still, there’s more to consider than just meeting the bare minimum when choosing a host for your website.