Here is a quick look at how the Tooltip’s logs and statistics addon for Log and Statistics data shows how useful the Tooltip Glossary plugin is in improving your WordPress internal links structure. Here is the pro version of the Tooltip Glossary plugin running on the http://jumpstartcto.com WordPress website.
This is an overview of the Questions and Answers Pro WordPress Plugin. There is a cool feature which enables administrators to get spam reports on messages posted via the Questions and Answers Q&A forum. The plugin allows admin to control and access spam reports in the Questions and Answers plugin.
Optimizing a WordPress website can be a tedious process. To improve a website’s overall performance, there are several simple steps you can take. However, WordPress website optimization is a constantly changing process and it may take a few optimization cycles to see the desired results.
It is relatively easy to improve the website performance and change the overall rating from D or E, as measured by the GTmetrix level, to A or B. WordPress website optimization can include adding helpful plugins to track changes and improvements or more technical changes. The amount of time it takes to load the website is probably one of the most important metrics in the optimization process.
This is an overview of our Logs & Statistics AddOn for the Responsive Tooltip Glossary plugin for WordPress. This add-on works with any of the Tooltip Glossary editions including even the free version. This add-on works exclusively with the Tooltip Glossary plugin for WordPress.
This add-on adds a statistical layer to the Tooltip Glossary plugin, providing graphs and follow charts that help you monitor how your users are interacting with your glossary data. This data includes detailed logs of user activity for both logged-in and anonymous users, and their activity on your WordPress site.
This is an overview of the notification system for the Questions and Answers WordPress plugin. This user notification feature allows users to follow threads and receive forum user notifications when new answers are posted. This forum user notifications feature allows users to better navigate the Q&A forums and get their answers quickly.
At first, only a user who has posted a question or an answer can follow a thread, but now following an discussion is available to anyone. Any user or admin can follow any thread, ask a question or post an answer. Forum user notifications are only available to people using the Questions & Answers plugin.
This overview of our Questions and Answers plugin for WordPress focuses on the commenting aspect of the plugin. The commenting feature is an alternative to replace WordPress comments, with no third party involvement between questions and comments. This feature allows administrators to replace WordPress comments with a Q&A discussion forum on each page or post.
This is an overview of the logs and statistics element of the Questions & Answers plugin for WordPress. The WordPress forum addon, or the logs and statistics system, for our very popular questions & answers plugin for WordPress will increase the ability to track questions and answers, votes, visits and much more.
The Logs and Statistics module records all of the activity related to the Questions & Answers plugin. This is done by tracking all user activity (including anonymous users). Anytime a user accesses the plugin all activity from asking or answering questions to voting for answers and more. Admin can then view this detailed log to view the activity of the plugin users.
We have a new custom skins add-on to enhance the functionality of our tooltip glossary plugin. This new custom glossary skins add-on is called Tooltip Glossary Skins and it is designed help people customize the look & feel of our tooltip from a basic square box appearance to a more stylish tooltip and cool widget.
A lot of times before you finish developing your Magento store, it just so happens that you are already running a WordPress blog. This means that you actually have an online presence already established when you launch your new store. Having both a store and the blog is successful Magento and WordPress Integration.
Also, after your store is live and selling, you will still want to maintain your WordPress blog. This usually takes you to the point of decision: should I just leave it where it is, or should I integrate it as a blog inside my Magento store? This is not an easy answer, as the right answer as always, is that it depends.
A couple of months ago I was running a promotional campaign for one of my clients that has a Magento® CE based online store. They started a promotion to get customers back to their store, giving a 15% off coupon to loyal customers who hadn’t shopped for a while in their store.
They asked me to set up a Magento promotional coupon code that can only be used by registered users who belong to the specific customer group (loyal customers), and be able to limit its use to one time only.