According to a study by Adobe, online sales will dominate this Cyber Monday season, with 10% more sales being executed online than in physical retail stores. At ThemeKeeper, we have big plans for this Cyber Monday, which we’ll be announcing later in the week.
Microinteractions are so ubiquitous in web design these days that any site that doesn’t have them feels bland. They’ve been a hot trend in UX design for a couple years now, helping to provide important feedback to users, explain functions and even entertain.
We’re launching WordPress themes and plugins on the ThemeKeeper Elements library! ThemeKeeper Elements is an unlimited subscription service for designers and creatives. Our design library includes fonts, graphics, online courses, 3D renders, and more. But, there was something missing.
The way content is created and maintained in WordPress is changing in a very noticeable way. After more than a decade of using a word processor-like content editor, the world’s most popular content management system (CMS) is shaking things up with the new Gutenberg editor.
It’s never been easier to find your ideal WordPress theme. Big statement? Well, this year so far, 3,790 new themes have been added to our ThemeKeeper marketplace covering the usual suspects, multipurpose, blogging, business and creative. But there are also themes for just about anything you can dream up – air conditioning installation, pottery and even limousine rentals.
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.
Performance is one of the most important aspects of any website, but it’s something people rarely seem to take into account when buying WordPress themes. In this roundup we’ll take the ten best selling themes on ThemeKeeper, in order of appearance, run them through some basic performance tests, and rank them top to bottom.
When it comes to plugins for laying out the pages on your WordPress site, Visual Composer is a hard one to beat. This easy-to-use drag-and-drop page builder with over 200 uniqueaddons will help the developer and the novice alike create just about any layout imaginable.
If you’re looking to build a website for your business, you’ll find that there are a dizzying array of options to choose from. Tools and services range from free to moderately-priced and require anywhere from minimal to expert skill levels. Finding the right one for you isn’t always easy.
Hiring a pro to design and maintain your website is great- but it can get rather expensive. And besides, not everyone needs or wants to have someone else do the work. For those who want to create their own mark on the web, site builders have become a compelling option.