Above the fold content is an important part of website design and site building with Wordpress or ClassicPress. Although the notion has become more and more complex with each passing year. While it may not be seen as consequential as it once was, it still requires understanding and consideration for all websites seeking to present an engaging experience for their visitors.
As web design trends have evolved since the early days of the internet, there have been different standard ways to arrange elements on a website. CSS flexbox is a relatively new yet powerful way to create layouts and something every web developer and designer should be familiar with. If you don’t know how to use it yet, this in-depth flexbox tutorial aims to change that. The post below will talk about what flexbox is, why it matters, and its underlying concept. After that, we will go over the CSS properties and values associated with flexbox in detail and finish up with an example of a use case.
Today we take a look at OptimizePress which is an advanced marketing WordPress plugin that can be used to create professional landing pages, sales pages, sales funnels, membership websites, online courses, event pages and more. Hundreds of well crafted pre-made templates are available in OptimizePress to simplify the task of building pages and websites and every layout can be customised using a user-friendly drag and drop visual editor. In this OptimizePress review, I will show you what OptimizePress offers and walk you through how you can use the WordPress plugin to grow your email list and increase conversions.
Using standard fonts on your Wordpress or ClassicPress site can get a little boring, and you might want to use custom fonts to brighten it up a little? Your blog conveys your vibrant personality and the topics you cover, and you can enhance it with a wide variety of custom fonts. Custom fonts are a nice feature which allow your blog to stand out from the crowd and catch the attention of readers..
Talking about business, one of the most important aspects to think about nowadays is an online business presentation. No matter what you do or what your business is about if you don’t present yourself in the right manner and give your best to your potential customers, how can you expect them to give their time, attention and money to you? Not everyone is a website expert and it is not an easy job to decide how your business website should look. It is of great importance that it has all the information your customers would like to know. Whether your website is organized and neat, or unprofessional and chaotic could determine whether your potential customers ant to work with you.
The MySQL database server is a powerful tool that allows developers to expand the offerings of web sites, applications, and more. In fact, if it weren’t for the likes of MySQL, web server software like WordPress would have a lot of trouble functioning properly. This is because databases store crucial information those platforms depend on. And without the means to serve that database information up, there’d be no way for the software to use the data. That’s where database servers like MySQL come into play
When a customer arrives at a website to figure out how to contact the company, what do they find? They may stumble upon a live chatbox in the bottom corner of the site or a phone number to call. While these are wonderful customer support solutions, it’s important to provide multiple avenues for customers to get in touch with you. After all, people are busy. They don’t have all the time in the world to sit on the phone or chat back and forth with a Virtual Assistant (VA), especially when this might take their focus away from their current work.
WordPress is a powerful CMS to build websites, but it’s not the only website builder that one should consider for creating and managing great sites.The Internet is full of WordPress alternatives, but most of them do not remotely come close to Wordpress as this. Sitejet however, is one of its kind. As a great CMS and website builder, Sitejet helps you in creating and managing your custom website. Unlike other website builders, it targets professional web designers to create websites for their clients as well as self builders, so here, in a rare departure from Wordpress or ClassicPress, we down tools in the bunker to have a look!
In this post, I take a look at how to set up, install and configure ClassicPress on an unmanaged web server at Digital Ocean VPS. The server we are going to set up should be running on Ubuntu 16.04 with a working Vesta Control Panel that can be used to manage multiple websites, email accounts, Ftp accounts, Mysql Databases, DNS records and more. ClassicPress is a lightweight, faster and more secure fork of Wordpress, and is used by Xhostcom for most of the bespoke site builds. This is for self builders who want to use ClassicPress with Digital Ocean.