There are a lot of people hanging out their shingle and branding themselves as web designers these days, but not everyone making a claim to that title appears to know what it means. Legitimate designers are people who design things. What they don’t do is copy things designed by other people, or at least if they… READ MORE
So far, 2016 has been a wild ride. A heated race for the US Presidency, Britain’s puzzling move out of the EU, and the world-shaking emergence of Pokémon Go have already made this year a memorable one. In the world of landing page design, things have been thrilling as well. As it’s become abundantly… READ MORE
One of the sad little truths about the web development game is that good clients are extremely rare. Some clients have this amazing ability to transform from Jekyll to Hyde without pausing for breath, and the rest of them—pretty much the majority—are simply just jerks. Incidentally, for any of my clients who are reading… READ MORE
Scope creep is the nemesis of designers and developers everywhere. Almost every client tries at some point to weasel in extra features that were not part of the original brief. When the scope of a project expands because of suggestions from your own team about ways the project can be improved, it’s not really… READ MORE
Keeping your data secure is not only smart, it’s also the safest thing you can do from a legal point-of-view. While most online businesses try to cover themselves from liability by putting disclaimers on their website terms and conditions pages, it isn’t really effective as a protection if you are negligent about keeping data… READ MORE
If you host your own websites and you need to provide some level of encryption for the communications that pass between the server and a connected user, there’s a really good chance that you already know quite a bit about Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology. SSL has been around for a very long time,… READ MORE
WooCommerce gives WordPress owners the opportunity to add an online store to their WordPress website. It has become one of the most popular e-commerce solutions available and is used by thousands of websites to sell huge numbers of physical and digital products every day. Below are five of the main reasons why you should consider… READ MORE
If you haven’t yet heard about Website builders then you are really missing out. It is no surprise that different website builders are one of the most used types of CMSes. They are often simple to use, yet they will allow you to build stunning website with no skills and in a reasonable amount of time. There are many different websites out there that claim to rank these builders, however many of these sites are biased towards certain companies based on financial incentives.
Many of the articles you see about WordPress plugins for online shops outline options like WooCommerce and WP Ecommerce.
This is just fine and dandy, but what about plugins beyond the scope of setting up an online store and creating products?
Both of the plugins I just mentioned work very well, and we recommend you consider them if you’re trying to make moves with a brand new store or convert your current website into something that distributes digital or physical products. However, what about WordPress plugins to use for your online shop after you’ve got your store up and running?READ MORE