Since we've launched the Builder Pro, we've had a great outpouring of positive feedback, as well as requests for video tutorials. We couldn't be more excited to finally announce that we've created an entire video series explaining the basics of the Builder Pro for beginners and veterans alike!
These video tutorials will help set a great foundation for you to use the Builder Pro like, well, like a pro. We're confident that anyone can learn the Builder Pro using these videos and from there, the sky's the limit! Here's a list of the video tutorials we have so far. And you can be sure we'll be adding more as they come. (more…)
When you visit your favorite celebrity’s website, do you stop to think about what kind of content management system they’re using? Maybe, maybe not, but either way, it’s impressive to see what some of the most well-known people in the world use to stay connected to their fans and update their audience on what’s to come.
Not surprisingly, a good amount of celebrities put their trust in WordPress to showcase who they are and what they’re about. Most of the time, their website is the tool that increases their revenue, builds onto their brand, and sends messages to fans. It’s something that connects them to their audience, so if it isn’t reliable, the whole thing could come crashing down and lots of damage can be done.
In this tutorial, we'll show you how to use the Builder Pro's Dynamic Query feature to customize how you present your post archives. Dynamic Query is used primarily for ensuring the archive view for your categories are shown the way you want it to. It will also automatically detect what kind of archive we are looking at and will display the appropriate posts.
You can use a variety of modules to with this feature, including the Mosaic, Slider, Timeline, and Infinite Posts modules. No more typical and old blog post archive views! Now, simply toggle ‘Dynamic Query’ on one of these modules and you can arrange and present your blog posts the way you want.
Take a look at our demos for inspirations on using each module as a post archive view.
Starting an eCommerce website is now easier than ever before, especially with all of the eCommerce platforms on the market today. If you want to create your own online store, your first thought might be to choose an eCommerce platform like Shopify. But did you know that you can create a successful eCommerce site with WordPress too? That’s right, WordPress isn’t just for blogs. In fact, WordPress powers over 39% of all the websites on the internet, that includes a ton of eCommerce sites.
By using WordPress with WooCommerce, the top eCommerce WordPress plugin, you can easily create an online store that’s fully customized. Since WooCommerce is an open source plugin, there are no limits to the features you can add to your eCommerce site. You get access to all of the best WordPress plugins as well as the ability to give your online store a professional look in seconds using predesigned eCommerce WordPress themes. These sites are WooCommerce based. For WooCommerce alternatives, you can check the Astra blog.
If you run a WooCommerce store, you're probably always on the lookout for ways to increase your conversion rates and order values and sell more of...well, whatever it is you're selling.
A big part of getting people to convert and buy more products is making it easier for shoppers to find the products they're interested in. Pretty simple, right? Creating a user-friendly shopping experience for your visitors will create a user-friendly revenue experience for your store's bottom line.
There are all sorts of strategies to help your shoppers find and purchase products, but we're going to laser in on one of them. This tutorial is brought to you by WooCommerce Product Table, a premium WordPress plugin for those looking to take their online shop to new heights. They've got a great solution and more than a few reasons on how you can make your eCommerce store more shopper-friendly. They'll show you how to use the WooCommerce Product Table plugin with the Ultra WordPress theme and help you create an eCommerce page that looks a little something like the image below.
In this tutorial, we are going to show you in 3 steps how to easily map domains to any WordPress page. It is extremely useful when you run many single-page sites and don’t want to install a separate WordPress for each site.
Let’s say you are an eBook author and you are marketing each eBook on a separate site. Typically you would install a WordPress on each domain. This can be time consuming as you would need to create a database for each site. With domain mapping, you can map any domain you own to a WordPress page (eg. you can map ‘ebook1.com’ to your page ‘/ebook1’). So you only need to install WordPress once, and continue to create unlimited pages for all of your sites.