These days most of us use at least one cloud file-sharing service, such as Dropbox, OneDrive, or Google Drive, to sync files between devices and share files with friends or work associates. What you might not have considered is how those same services can integrate with your WordPress website to provide some valuable enhancements.
Personnel changes are a part of life for every organization. If your business uses a WordPress website you may find it difficult to bring new employees on board to replace the departed personnel. Preparing for this eventuality ahead of time will pay big dividends. Below are a few tips observed from our experiences.
We have been using WooCommerce Subscriptions on WordPress sites for quite some time. It has generally served our clients quite well and is relatively easy to implement, especially if you are already using WooCommerce. However, we have discovered some significant drawbacks to using the default PayPal payment option. You may want to reconsider using it when building a new WooCommerce Subscriptions site.
Whether you have a simple WordPress blog or a highly-customized Magento Ecommerce site, security should always be a top concern. We have discussed various security tactics previously, but a recent development that has made a big impact in the web security world deserves further attention: Content Security Policies (CSP).
Dealing with large product catalogs can be a pain. Creating products, categories, and attributes manually is often not an option. For most of our large-catalog stores, it would take years to enter manually. Bulk updates of existing products can also take huge amounts of time and effort. For reliable and efficient product data import, it’s essential to use an smooth and accurate tool capable of automating Magento data import.
If you own or operate a Magento 2 eCommerce site, you almost certainly have spent time trying to improve performance and load speed. Magento 2 is a powerful eCommerce solution, but it is also complex and resource intensive, even on a “vanilla” installation. You can get a powerhouse web host, enable multiple levels of front-end and back-end caching, and integrate powerful search tools to try to improve performance. Those efforts will get you much of the way there, but not all the way.
If you’ve ever worked on a WordPress site, you probably know that there are two main things that determine how your site works: themes and plugins. Every WordPress site has the same core features, but themes and plugins let us add new features and designs that make our particular WordPress site unique.
If you’re a website owner, you’ve probably heard the term SEO. You might even know a little bit about it. Or maybe you don’t understand SEO at all. If you fall into the latter category, this post is for you. This article isn’t going to give you everything you need to make you an SEO master. Rather, it will provide you with the most basic overview that will give you enough information to start learning more and asking the right questions.
WordPress development is a complicated process. You are juggling themes, plugins, images, page content, forms, and possibly Ecommerce. With all this development going on it is easy to overlook something basic but very important: email sending. Today we will discuss how to improve your WordPress site’s email sending.