Welcome back to our second ever WordPress Heroes story, featuring the entrepreneurs and creatives leading the WordPress community! We created this series for those intrigued about the process of creating an SaaS company or a WordPress plugin, some of which we use daily.
So grab your coffee mug or wine glass and take a moment to hear from our next successful entrepreneur. Frank Goossens is the person responsible for growing and furthering Autoptimize, a clever tool that can increase your page speed loading time, and as a result increase your Google PageSpeed insight score. Without further ado, let’s hear from Frank!
We’ve got a new feature to improve upon our Shoppe and Ultra themes! The new sticky sidebar feature is here to provide all your customers a better shopping experience. You can now have your product filter stick on the sidebar so that users can select, filter, and accurately narrow their product search on the fly.
Perhaps you’ve been writing your own blog for a while now. It may have been the easiest way to connect with friends and family during your travels overseas. Or maybe writing a tech or fashion blog was your outlet to sharing the fruits of your labour including hours of painstaking research and trial runs. Better yet, you might even be looking for a solution to your working 9 to 5, and instead, dream of making money from under a palm tree somewhere else in the world.
Whatever your starting point, monetizing your blog and creating revenue from your website can open up a future of possibilities for you and your interests. We’ll give you the short and long of all the options available to you so you can start profiting from your blog.
Welcome back to a new installment of our Customer Stories. Just like his name Lee Pears, his story is also short and sweet. He shares how he went from a veteran graphics designer for major fashion magazines, including British GQ, Tatler, and Elle UK, into an empowered web designer.
Making the switch from old media to new media can be hard, but Lee shares it isn’t so. Let’s hear from him now.
My name is Lee Pears. Yep, you guessed it, pears like the fruit. ‘Pears like the fruit’ is actually my Instagram handle because of the amount of times I’ve had to say it so that people would get the spelling right – I at least thought it was about time it paid its dues.
Reaching out to people in this modern age as a church or ministry requires a website. WordPress is the website platform of choice for many churches that take themselves online because it makes editing your church’s website much faster and easier. As one of our most highly requested Ultra skins, we’re pleased to announce the launch of the Ultra Church.
This foundational tutorial is brought to you by our Support Experts as one of the most commonly asked questions on our Support Forum. Adding custom icon fonts to your WordPress site has become a staple of modern web design. They're incredible easy to use and help you spice up and add a unique element to your design.
The one drawback with some icon fonts is that even if you have only a handful of icons you want to use, you have to load the entire set which can be weighty and slow down the loading of your website. That's where a free custom icon font selection service will come in handy, and we're going to show you how to achieve this in 3 easy steps!