One way we like to contribute to the broader WordPress community is through our writing. Here’s an overview of where and why we publish. We find that publishing relevant and unique articles is a great way for new people to […]
This week we review promising new plugins for custom fields, image optimization, and WooCommerce.
Are you a blogger who knows you need images but just want to write? Are you sick of wasting time scouring the internet for royalty-free or Creative Commons images? ImageInject is the perfect solution. We know. You just finished your […]
Customizing the WordPress Dashboard can greatly improve your experience with your website. This series, by our friend Russell Aaron, covers a wide variety of tools that help you do that. When you are first learning about WordPress you learn the difference […]
Each week, I browse the latest new plugins on the WordPress Plugin Directory and share my thoughts on the ones that stick out. Some are great, others not so much. Either way, it’s an interesting way to look at the […]
A WordCamp’s website is vital to the success of the event. Every year we review the best WordCamp websites. Check out the roundup of the best WordCamp websites of 2015.
This week we’ll highlight some new plugins that provide new features for mobile contact buttons, system info, and login/registration forms. I wanted to open with some insight as to why I highlight the plugins I highlight in this series. Each week […]
We are planning to implement a new support system for all our WordImpress.com customers. It’s called Help Scout and we think you’re going to love it. We launched Help Scout on GiveWP.com several months ago. Since then we’ve noticed that […]
This week we cover 5 brand new Shiny Toys on the WordPress Plugin Directory that address Custom CSS, Testimonials, Events, and Social Share Buttons. It’s always interesting to me when several new things come out at the same time. It […]
WordPress — it’s all about the community, right? Just like the premise of the movie “Four Weddings and A Funeral,” a group of friends move through life and their stories are told through four weddings and — guess what? — […]