The Internet is a great place to find any type of content that you ate looking for. However, some websites share exclusive content to users. Some websites restrict access to content as a way to monetize it or just keep content to a specific niche.
There are many ways to accomplish this online. The easiest and most efficient way to restrict content is to use a WordPress plugin. This is possible thanks to WordPress plugins that can restrict access to specific content or only to specific users.
A WordPress Tooltip Glossary is an essential tool that any WordPress website should possess. Glossaries can define important terms for visitors of your website, and make content easier to understand.
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.
What’s the best way to sell WordPress plugins and Magento extensions? How to balance service quality with profitability? Where to focus our time? Are our customers happy? As a provider of products for both platforms, these are some questions that haunt us from dusk to dawn.
A recent move by WPMU DEV inspired us at CreativeMinds to reflect intensely about these topics.
Order management is essential for Magento 2 because it is the core of running a successful online store. You can get dozens or hundreds of orders every day, but your profit depends on how you will manage all the orders within a short period of time.
If your online store handles a ton of different orders daily or weekly, they can quickly become difficult to manage, which can lead to other issues.
The default Magento admin order grid doesn’t allow the admin to organize orders in a way that makes it easier to see orders with specific order status, payment method, or shipping method.
Everybody has heard about GDPR by now. This post is about how it relates to our WordPress plugins and add-ons and it’s intended to help our customers understand which tools they have related to GDPR compliance.
We’ll present a brief summary and a refresher before the main content.
The influence of Keywords on how search engines rank websites is one of the key factors (hence the name!) in how highly they place for that search.
So understanding and using Keywords correctly is a fundamental part of Search Engine Optimization (SEO)