We are now offering the Themify Builder Plugin for free! That’s right, with absolutely no strings attached you can download the Builder plugin and get full access to all of the Builder’s features.
The Themify Builder plugin is fully compatible with WordPress 5.0 and all WordPress themes! It will automatically give you access to 140+ Builder layouts, all of our predesigned rows, and so much more!
Let it sale, let it sale, let it sale! Come out of the cold and sit by the fire of this hot deal. We hope our sale helps make things merry and bright, and that you are spending time with loved ones no matter what your holiday!
WordPress 5.0 is officially here and with it is their new post editor, Gutenberg. Our developers have tested all of our themes, plugins, and addons, specifically with the Gutenberg editor. We’re happy to announce that Themify and Gutenberg are completely compatible!
If you need a refresher on Gutenberg, read our blog post for a brief explainer. If for any reason, you still prefer WordPress’ classic editor, you can still download and reinstall the plugin.
In this week's tutorial series, we'll be discussing staging sites. Every time you wish to change your WordPress website, doing it without a staging site is pretty much a gamble. You would never want a visitor to see your site while it's broken, or while you're implenting and testing out a new plugin. That's pretty much the equivalent of being caught with your pants around your ankles! In any case, having a staging site would be great for everyone.
You may be asking, what exactly is a staging site? Well it's an exact duplicate of your live website but it isn't available for the public to see, and any changes you make have no effect on your live site.
The Benefits of a Staging Site
Test out new features and updates with zero risk
The developers can work on bug fixes while the live site is operational
Reduces the downtime your customers may experience
Test out WordPress, theme and plugin updates before using them on the live website
In this edition of our Customer Stories, we’re getting an inside look at the creation of The Killer’s guitar player, Dave Keuning’s solo website. We’ll hear from Keuning and speak to web developer and returning story contributor, Joseph Abraham, about his award-winning website for Keuning Music and why Themify Ultra was the theme of choice.
Before we get to the technical aspects, let’s hear a little from the man himself, Dave Keuning, in this short Q&A.
From The Musician
What was the inspiration behind your website, Keuning Music?
I wanted some cool kaleidoscope imagery. You can never go wrong with that stuff and it tied in with the album. Joseph, the developer, did a good job implementing that, and created a website pretty much exactly how I wanted it.
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