This is Part 3. Total 7 articles.
Sometimes it’s more helpful to have them (product attributes) listed in the upper portion of the single product page along with product categories. In this tutorial I’ll show you how to move product attributes from the Additional Information tab to the top section of the page.
Nice simple tutorial.
Ever wondered who owns WordPress and how does WordPress make money if it’s free? Read this to see how it impacts the ownership & control of your WordPress site.
This is very clear and have a good explanation ????
When people talk about what it means to “clean up WordPress” it means different things to different people. If you’re a developer, this is a call to action.
There are lots of managed hosting companies around for WordPress these days. Five years ago, you could count them all on one hand. Not anymore. We get asked all the time for web hosting recommendations and do our best to point members in the right direction, but who you go with ultimately comes down to your site’s needs – and also how much you’re willing to spend.
Nice review of WP Engine. Probably going to use this when need to start one.
It can be frustrating not to be able to find a source for a potentially useful font because you don’t know its name and you don’t have the means to identify fonts quickly and easily.
Seems like a good tool. But isn’t using Chrome Inspect Element is enough ?
People from all over are gathered together in London today to attend A Day of REST, a conference dedicated to all things REST API. Speakers included contributors, people putting it into practice, and Automatticians. Jack Lenox, a Design […]
API, API, and API.
Today is normally Thank a Plugin Author Day which motivates users to thank plugin authors but based on discussions from last year’s event, I’ve decided to add theme authors to the mix. …
This is a good idea! But won’t do it for this year. Next year?