You know those annoying design problems you’re always having with WordPress themes? Maybe you don’t like the color of the header. Or you’ve got a button that’s slightly askew. Or you hate the borders on your sidebar. There are a million little design problems that fall into this category. The good news? Most of these […]
If you’re struggling to make your WordPress pages look less plain, Beaver Builder may be just the tool you’re looking for. This WordPress plugin allows anyone to build beautiful page layouts with almost any theme. Beaver Builder is a visual page builder — meaning you drag and drop your content elements anywhere on the page. […]
If you need some special functionality that’s not built into WordPress, there’s a very high probability that there’s a plugin that does exactly what you need. This lesson introduces you to WordPress plugins.
Beyond Simple Contact Forms: Collecting Data with Gravity Forms WordPress is a great web publishing system, but when it comes to collecting user data through a web-based form you’ll need to turn to a plugin to extend the core WP system. If you just need a simple contact form there are many good options to […]
BackupBuddy is an all-in-one WordPress backup and site migration tool. In this lesson I put the plugin through its paces and show you how it works.
An events calendar is a great way to keep your customers up-to-date on your public appearances, sales, and special events. In this lesson I show you how to setup a calendar using the All-In-One Events Calendar plugin.
One of the best ways to draw attention to your site is to encourage your visitors to share your content with their friends on social networks. In this lesson I show you how to setup share buttons that let your visitors share your content with their followers on Facebook, Twitter, and Google +.
On the one hand, WordPress plugins empower you to do just about anything you want to with your website. On the other hand, too many plugins can slow your site to a crawl (and possibly even create security problems). In this lesson you’ll learn how to take control of your plugins and avoid some of the common problems that plague many WordPress users.
WordPress.com users don’t have nearly the freedom that self-hosted WordPress users have, but they do have some cool features that aren’t included in the stock WordPress distribution. After watching this lesson you’ll have the best of both worlds. The freedom of hosting your own WordPress site along with many of the features that make WordPress.com so great.