Managing the editorial calendar for a busy blog can be tough. How do you make sure each post is set to go out on the
A few months ago, I introduced my girlfriend to WordPress to help her create a portfolio website. If you’ve ever helped a friend use WordPress
If you plan to use WordPress for more than just a blog or simple static website, you’re probably going to use custom post types in
There’s a lot to like about WordPress, but the WordPress Media Library isn’t always the high point. While your desktop lets you organize files with
If you love tools like Zapier and IFTTT, then you’re going to want to read our review of the Uncanny Automator WordPress plugin. Or, if
Looking for a WordPress registration plugin to help you sign up new users at your site? While WordPress includes a registration form by default, it’s
Tools which help you save time are generally a precious commodity – for developers they are priceless. Toolset has added two new features which will
Remember how organized your WordPress admin dashboard was when you first installed WordPress? It looked so clean. So sleek…until you started adding content and installing
If you run any type of WordPress site that accepts users, you probably know that WordPress’ default user profile system isn’t really meant for the
10Web is an intriguing new service that aims to make it a heckuva lot easier to manage a fleet of WordPress websites. It’s: Part all-access
When they say it’s a whole new world, the creators of Youzer aren’t kidding. This is a new-era management solution for WordPress front-end user profiles,
WordPress shortcodes are great in the moment. But if you ever do something to deactivate those shortcodes (like change themes or disable a plugin), they
Raise your hand if you can tell me the next upcoming event in the WordPress Events and News dashboard widget… That’s what I thought. While
If you need to make changes to the live version of your WordPress site, you probably don’t want your visitors walking in on you at
In the world of “best plugin lists”, there’s plenty of love for regular WordPress plugins. But when it comes to our compadres running WordPress Multisite,
You know the drill. WordPress comes out with a new update, then you hope and pray that it doesn’t damage anything on your site. You’ve
If you want to take WordPress from “blog content management system” to “full-featured content management system,” you need custom post types. But custom post types
If you need to customize or white label the WordPress dashboard, you’ve found your way to the right post. In my WpAlter review, I’ll be digging into all the ways in which this affordable plugin can help you customize the WordPress dashboard.
In this post, I’ll show you how to go full NSA on your WordPress site. That’s right, you’ll be able to track exactly what every user on your site is doing at all times. And don’t get me wrong, we’re talking about a lot more than anonymous metadata here!
You created a website to make your content available to the world…but that doesn’t necessarily mean you want the world to see everything on your site. So if you want to restrict some of your content from the public, what can you do?
Are you a WordPress tweaker? If so, you’re probably gonna want to check out this review. Because today I’m going to take a look at Admin Menu Tweaker from Amino-Studio.
Want to turn your WordPress user profiles from boring to awesome? All while enhancing your registration and login processes? UserPro provides a complete revamp of your WordPress site’s profile structure to accomplish just that.
Have you ever wanted to make a minor tweak to your WordPress site but couldn’t figure out how to do it? Sometimes what you want to do is too simple for a dedicated plugin, but unless you’ve got some coding chops, it can be hard to make the change all by yourself.
True to its name, WP GeoIP Country Redirect is a handy little plugin that lets you redirect visitors to all or parts of your website based on their country (identified via IP address). You can choose to create a site-wide redirect or redirect by individual posts, pages, or categories. You can also add wildcard redirects to cover all possible scenarios.
WordPress comes with a basic user management system. It allows you to add users and control their permissions through built-in functions. Visitors can even register
However, even if you’re using WordPress, launching a “coming soon” page can be a daunting task without the right plugin. While there are a couple of really great paid plugins, it might not be the optimal choice for those on a tight budget – which brings us to today’s plugin.
If you are struggling with the remote management of the WordPress websites, then you are indeed missing out on something. If you have to manage multiple WordPress sites spending hours at updating themes and plugins, scheduling backups, running security scans, etc. then, ManageWP is an excellent solution for all that and more.
When I got the call to review Meta Box, I was quite happy because the plugin author, Tran Ngoc Tuan Anh, is Vietnamese. If you
MainWP is a WordPress site management tool which came to my attention recently, it works similarly to sites like ManageWP and InfiniteWP in that it
Widgets have long been a feature of WordPress with a number of default widgets being bundled, they are a great way to give the user
inSite is a service and plugin for WordPress that gives your website the ability to change itself, or perform an action, depending on when and
CMS2CMS is a service that handles the migration of site content from one CMS to another. The service is capable of migrating a number of
I have been doing a bit more work on “A Better Planet”, my attempt at creating a more up to date and relevant version of
I have created a new plugin called “A Better Planet” which is simply a news widget for your WordPress dashboard intended to take the place
Have you ever been frustrated by how ugly your WordPress admin looks? If you have, you’re not alone. For years design conscious members of the
WordPress is used by all kind of websites as their primary CMS. Even though these websites differ a lot from each other in terms of
Shortcodes can be extremely handy to add extra functions or design features to your site, lots of themes these days have them built-in which probably