If you are looking for a way to help you showcase events on your WordPress site? Or maybe you want to go even further and start selling tickets or accepting reservations? No matter what your needs are, one of these WordPress event calendar plugins might just be the ticket (sorry!). All of them will help you create a stylish calendar of events on your WordPress site, complete with areas to help you manage event venues and organizers. Depending on what functionality you need, you’ll also find options that let you create repeating events, sell tickets, manage attendance, and lots more. You probably just want to learn about the plugins! So let’s dive right in, starting with the most popular option.
The primary lesson you can learn when starting with your newly created WordPress or ClassicPress site is creating a new post. The practice is something you will need to know really well because the site or blog you’re about to run needs to be updated with content frequently. Although some may think the process is simple and linear, some may find it hard to familiarize themselves with the admin area. Also, those who have progressed on their WordPress skills might be missing some important parts that might improve their posts or make their life easier.
When you consider the meteoric rise of social media and the speed with which it can spread information and connect people, it’s easy to think email marketing is becoming obsolete. However, statistics show it’s used by many companies, ecommerce stores and businesses. If you’re not implementing it, you could be missing out on conversions.
Kinsta is a performance-oriented managed WordPress host that’s powered by Google Cloud Platform, which is the same hardware running Google’s own products (perhaps you’ve heard of Google?). In the past, Kinsta was almost exclusively a premium host, with prices starting at $100. This is a lot different now, though because at the beginning of November 2017, Kinsta completely relaunched with an all-new pricing plan that starts at just $30 per month.
WordPress is the King of Content Management Systems (CMSs) with in excess of a 61% market share of all online CMS’s. Among the many reasons WordPress is a preferred platform is that it’s constantly evolving to incorporate new technologies. However, with so much innovation, keeping up with the latest changes can take some effort. To do the best for your clients it helps to look ahead to understand what web design and development trends are expected to dominate the market. Doing this will make it easier to adapt and gain an advantage over competitors.
Many people use a lot of images on their website, so it’s important that they optimize their images for both performance and SEO. SEO Image Optimizer is a brand new plugin that helps you optimize the images that you use on your WooCommerce store, AliDropship store, or regular WordPress website for best results in search results.
Although it seems simple enough on the surface, there’s a lot that goes into creating a lifestyle blog. Lifestyle blogs are typically made by self builders and enthusiasts for their hobbies or even career related, although some of the bigger ones are built by professionals like us at Xhostcom. Getting started involves making several important decisions that will affect the success of your site. However, with a little research, you can select the best services and tools for you. When you get off on the right foot, a lifestyle blog can be an excellent source of income. In this post, I’ll provide a quick introduction to lifestyle blogging and what it entails. Then we’ll go through the 5 steps to create yours.
The ‘Missing A Temporary Folder’ error is one of the most frustrating WordPress issues that can disrupt your entire website development and user experience. Fortunately, there’s a simple fix for this error, which will prevent you from uploading any file in WordPress, and means you won’t be able to upload any images or install any plugins and themes. However, as frustrating as it seems, the error can be fixed by editing a few files in your server. You can do it by following along below.
Page redirects in WordPress or ClassicPress are not the most straightforward topic if you are dealing with it for the first time. Many people have heard of page redirects before but aren’t always sure when you need to use them or how to implement them. These are sometimes needed when maintaining a Wordpress or Woocommerce site.
Woocommerce & Shopify are both great options for building and hosting your eCommerce website. But if we compare them side by side is there a clear winner? With a large percentage of retail and other types of sales, up to 75%, predicted to be online in the next couple years, its a question which will interest many budding store owners, especially as these two platforms are now seen as the de facto options for eCommerce owners.