Contact Form 7 is our favorite contact system for WordPress. In this video, Matt briefly goes over the basics of the plugin to show how easy it is to set up a form in CF7, and also briefly looks into add-ons that add even more functionality.
Often, when we design a site, we want to be able to manage different kinds of paid site members, each with their own separate attributes. WordPress has its own set of member levels by default, but these aren’t very useful when you have your own special requirements for members. There are, however, plugins available to offer … Read more
A contact form is an important part of any site for allowing users to submit questions and feedback to site owners. For WordPress sites, creating contact forms is simple with the Contact Form 7 plugin. Contact Form 7 is the most widely used and best supported plugin for creating contact forms in WordPress, and it’s … Read more
The core of any site is a good menu. A menu is the primary way that users get around your site, and a well-designed menu can guide your users to the exact pages you want them to see. The default menu options provided by WordPress may be adequate for simple menus, but it’s fairly lacking … Read more
Maps are something we often want to show on our sites. Whether it’s a map of business locations (a key feature of the best corporate website designs), major project sites, or member directories, there are always times we want to be able to create our own custom maps and display a list of notable locations … Read more
One of the biggest strengths of WordPress as a content management system is its simple and robust database structure. All of the users, posts, and comments on your WordPress site are stored in a database powered by a popular query language called MySQL, and nearly every page on your WordPress dashboard interacts with the database … Read more