WordPress makes it incredibly simple to add an image gallery anywhere on your site, but many site owners fail to take advantage of this powerful feature. In this article, we’ll take you through adding an image gallery, incorporating a slideshow and attractive tiling, and highlight some useful gallery plugins. Image Galleries and WordPress Share on Facebook Tweet it Share on Google+ Sign up for more WordPress wisdom
Source: How to Create an Image Gallery in WordPress
Back in October, we explained how to mark themes as favorites in the WordPress theme directory. Although users could install their favorite plugins in WordPress 4.3, they couldn’t install the…
Not really like to show own favorites/preferences to others. But like the preferences to favorite something.
Source: How to Install Your Favorite Themes From the WordPress Theme Directory
You have an online store. You want to sell more on it. (If you don’t have an online store, or if, for some reason, you want to sell less, this isn’t the post you’re looking for. Move along, please.) There are two main ways to do this: get more traffic, or increase your conversion rate (i.e. sell to more of the people who are already coming to your site).
Although the trustmark is free for (only) up to 500 visitors per month, it’s still worth to try.
Source: McAfee Secure is a Glorious Way to Sell More Stuff Online – WP Mayor
Hi everyone. This is a quick update on the OAuth 1.0a Server plugin, available on GitHub. Versions of the OAuth plugin prior to this commit contain a security issue during the authorization flow, r…
Not that already use it. But everything from Make always worth to read…
Source: WP REST API: OAuth Plugin Security Update
Want to move comment text to the bottom after name, email and URL fields? Learn how to move comment text field to the bottom in WordPress.
If needed in the future (hopefully is not, so can align with the latest WordPress).
Source: How to Move Comment Text Field to Bottom in WordPress 4.4