Tag: WordPress Development
From its humble beginnings serving as a simple blogging platform to the most popular CMS in existence, WordPress (WP) has come a long way. It is estimated that nowadays, one-quarter of all websites are powered by it. This meteoric rise was fueled by WP’s unparalleled versatility and user-friendliness.
I’m pretty sure you can’t wait any longer for another post from ‘A Glimpse of the Future’ that promises great elements and interesting features for your website. Good news is you don’t have to worry anymore as you’re waiting wouldn’t be in vain.
As part of the ‘A Glimpse of the Future’ series, here is another hot feature coming to Jupiter soon. This feature has long been asked by Jupiter users.
Most of our new users at Zen WP sign up with the goal of getting their issue resolved immediately. In fact, more than 65% of new signups submit a support ticket within 24 hours of creating their account.
WordPress is the most popular CMS ( Content Management System ) currently used for blogging. With rapid advances in recent years, WordPress is now pretty much used everywhere, from setting up E-Commerce stores to building dynamic business websites.
The digital space has made it easy for content to make its way to its intended audience. You can just go online and search for the answers you need. Get yourself acquainted with the available platforms and you’ll see that WordPress comes out as a strong player in the industry.
I know working with a web developer and website designer can be a life saving act. They can help you actualize the strategic and beautiful website you have in mind plus save you a lot of time and frustration, truly setting aside any web development concerns you may have.
Quite a large number of users modify the files in the parent theme, and that often causes problems. After you update the theme to a new version, you’ll lose your changes and you’ll have to edit the files again.
You’ve been working all afternoon on applying changes to your WordPress site. You’ve turned on the FTP connection, downloaded the desired file, and made the alterations and uploaded it back to the server.
“Never work on a live site!” Perhaps you’ve heard this piece of advice before. Editing websites that are currently running ‘live’ is not the best option, especially when you’re maintaining a stable and professional business.