Employing responsive images in a large CMS can be very difficult. Luckily, if you’re using WordPress, it’s now built right into the core of WordPress.
Still trying to get a grasp of this Responsive Images in WordPress Core. Need to dig deeper (for how to really implement it in a theme).
Source: Responsive Images Now Landed In WordPress Core – Smashing Magazine
Here are 10 successful WordPress plugins with optional add-ons. If you want pricing inspiration for your project or a plugin you can upgrade here’s your list
It’s coincidence to find this article while on the topic of freemium. Nevertheless, haven’t heard/tried some of those 10 plugins. Would like to try them someday.
Source: 10 Successful Free WordPress Plugins That Use the Add-on Model for Monetisation
Freemius For WordPress provides a solid option as it relates to building a business using the freemium model for WordPress plugins.
Have been reading Freemius blog for a while (most topics about business). Turns out it’s a good service. Will probably try that if (ever) build a freemium product.
Source: All About Freemius For WordPress | Tom McFarlin
Selling WordPress GPL Plugins? A must read Ultimate Guide to legally protect your GPL WordPress plugin and theme business against trolls.
Just realize there’s copyright and there’s trademark. And so many other terms. Good long article.
Source: Protect Your GPL WordPress Plugin Business Against Trolls