Elegant Themes

Elegant Themes

Elegant Themes provides WordPress themes of quality and integrity. The themes have been created with a goal of simplicity and professionalism and strive to inject each design with a dose of modest elegance.
Each WordPress theme comes expertly coded in valid XHTML and CSS, and all are made compatible with the latest version of WordPress. The [...]

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WooThemes

WooThemes

WooThemes is definitely one of the best known premium wordpress themes company. The one thing that made WooThemes famous is the incredible support. As a WooThemes customer you get acces to theme documentation, tutorials, knowledgebase and probably the best support forum anywhere.
What is really great about WooThemes is the clean code every single design they [...]

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Templatic

Templatic

Templatic is a group of designers and developers working hard round the clock to make a difference with Wordpress. Providing High Quality, Completely customizable and Premium Wordpress Themes is what they aim to do.
The main goal of Templatic is to take Wordpress to the next level with their awesome CMS and E-Commerce Templates. For any [...]

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StudioPress

StudioPress

StudioPress themes are a perfect solution for small businesses or individuals looking to establish their online presence with a WordPress blog or website. The portfolio includes a wide range of WordPress themes in different styles including: magazine, media, photo, business / CMS, and blog style.
There is also a support forum availible that is full [...]

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Send mass emails to members using a free extension for MailPoet Newsletters

The WYSIWYG Submission add-on released a few days ago silently kicked off the “add-on release week”. To prove we mean business, expect to see 3 new add-ons released today! In this blog post we’ll be introducing the new User Filters for MailPoet add-on and an update to the Ad Manager. User Filters for MailPoet: Send newsletters to your users User Filters is a free add-on that integrates with the popular MailPoet Newsletters plugin. It will introduce a number of different parameters while creating a new email in MailPoet. These parameters will make it possible to email a specific user base. These include: All users All users with an active price package All users with an expired price package Users with a specific price package (either active, expired or pending) Users with a package within a specific date range (either active, expired or pending) Users with a package within a specific city (either active, expired or pending) Another cool thing about this add-on is that it will display exactly how many results match your condition as soon as you choose an option inside the dropdown. In other words, you’ll be able to see exactly how many people will get the newsletter even before you commit to sending it. User Filters for MailPoet add-on can be downloaded for free! Get it here. Ad Manager can now display banners based on cities With version 1.0.2 of the Ad Manager plugin you’ll be able to control in which cities your banners are supposed to show. Not only that, with this version you will also have information about how many times each of your ads was clicked on.

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Coding for Charity in the Cape

As proud members of the WordPress community, we are passionate about WordPress itself and what it can help people achieve. We strongly believe in giving back to our own community as well as the community around us. To that end, we are excited to be involved in a local initiative in Cape Town (home to [...]

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Case Study: Nic Sells Socks. Beautifully.

NicSocks started because Nic Haralambous was tired of wearing rubbish socks. Now, his bamboo fibre, limited-edition socks – designed and manufactured in South Africa – adorn the feet of happy customers worldwide. Today we bring you Nic’s story of selling subscription socks, beautifully, on a WooCommerce powered website. First things first. Are you wearing a pair of [...]

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The Psychology of Color in E-Commerce

Color plays a major role in our lives. Don’t believe me? Think about the last time you were in a physical store that you frequent. It likely had good aesthetics and a large part of that has to do with the selection of an appealing color scheme. The colors a store chooses should reflect both [...]

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The Different Types of WordPress Web Design Clients And How To Manage Them

If there is one thing I’ve learned as a freelancer working with WordPress web designs and development, it’s that there are many types of personalities out there. The relationships I’ve built with clients have been dynamic. And it’s hard to tell up front what a relationship will turn into. After dealing with many kinds of […]

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Using And Customizing The WordPress Audio Player

Before the dawn of HTML5 there was no standard for playing audio files on a web page. Most solutions were flash based players which only rendered if you had a flash player plugin installed on your system. This problem is what led to the development of a new standard for media within any web browser. […]

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Create a custom Canvas homepage using SiteOrigin Page Builder

Many of our themes include a “Business” or custom homepage template that allows you to create a traditionally laid out landing page giving visitors and overview of your business. This is a good starting point however sometimes you might want some more flexibility to create truly unique layouts. Enter SiteOrigins Page Builder SiteOrigin’s Page Builder is a fantastic [...]

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