It’s almost 2020, and surprising nobody, it’s been another insanely busy year for the world’s most popular content management system.
At the beginning of 2019, WordPress rolled out it’s major 5.0 version upgrade. Most notably, the update introduced block-based webpage editing through the Gutenberg editor to provide a more intuitive website building experience.
That new tool, alongside a slew of additional features, made version 5.0 one of WordPress’ biggest updates in years. Since then, the platform has continued to grow into the current version 5.3 and is evolving ever still.
There are many benefits to having online courses on your WordPress site, despite the growing number of video lessons options available in today’s market. Creating online courses yourself allows for more creative and financial control of the content.
The video online learning market is one of the most profitable industries across the globe, and it only increases exponentially from year to year. Websites like Udemy, Coursera and others are high-quality choices for online video courses, but they also have a cookie cutter format in content and pricing structure.
As one of the most popular dedicated Ecommerce platforms around, Magento has empowered many of the world’s major business-to-business (B2B) websites for years.
That’s because B2B interactions involve large and complicated ordering processes that require feature loaded frontend and backend system capabilities. Additionally, few other content management (CMS) platforms can compete with the virtually endless range of streamlined processes that Magento provides.
Dictionaries are an important tool for any language. Dictionaries are helpful reference tools which are in either book or electronic form that lists words in a language in alphabetical order and gives their meaning, or gives the equivalent words in a different language, often also providing information about pronunciation, origin, and usage.
Dictionaries are also a way to help define terms on a website for users. A dictionary was actually created back in 1604, and is still a helpful contribution to a website. WordPress actually has a wide variety of dictionary WordPress plugins which can be used by all types of websites and in any industry.
Researching family history is hugely popular – it’s said to be the second most popular pastime in the US and many of those researchers have British roots. With centuries of historical data involved, research can be a daunting task. A British organization tackles the challenge and recently implemented the CreativeMinds Tooltip Glossary WordPress plugin to build a knowledge base.
The CreativeMinds team decided to integrate the Glossary Skins add-on into the base plugin, Tooltip Glossary.
Tooltip Glossary is our best-selling plugin and receives frequent updates. The Skins was released back in 2014 as one of the nine add-ons for Tooltip Glossary. Over the years, most of its features were implemented in the base plugin.
This way, retiring the add-on should cut redundancies in maintenance while adding value to our customers.
Tooltip Glossary Skins Add-On for WordPress by CreativeMinds
1) Why did CreativeMinds decide to retire the Glossary Skins add-on?
Most of its features are present in the base plugin, Tooltip Glossary, making the add-on redundant.
Creates an A-Z Glossary of terms to clarify meanings or context of your site's content inside hovering tooltips. Automatically generates pages and backlinks within your site to enhance SEO and UEX. Integrates with dictionary and WikiPedia.[ Video] [ Userguide]
Most people that use the Internet are familiar with Google Maps, which is much more than just a well-known map application. Google Maps is an online service that provides very detailed geographical information for areas all around the world. The maps offer both satellite and aerial views in addition to conventional road maps.
When users visit a website, their attention can be drawn by not just the content, but by images, banners, ads and even pop-ups. Pop-ups are incredibly useful tool for any WordPress website. They are your best chance to grab your reader’s attention.
To create a top-rate Ecommerce business with Magento, you need to ensure that the visitors to your website have a well-designed, high-performance, experience when browsing and engaging with your products and services.
But unless you’re a web developer, getting all the many facets that go into getting a Magento webstore to operate smoothly together won’t be possible, and many of the more complex features that make Magento’s platform so popular are going to be out of reach.
A table of contents is a very helpful tool for any WordPress website to have. Having a table of contents is a simple way to keep all of your website content organized and allows users to navigate your website more easily.
A table of contents is a simple system that orders content by importance, by category or even alphabetically. There is an unlimited number of items which can be listed on a table of contents, which simple provides users with a preview for which content is available on a website.