When it comes to the slew of problems that long load times bring to your website, slow site navigation is only the tip of the iceberg. So, we researched the best WordPress Caching Plugins to speed your site.
Domyo Burk has a bold goal: “I am looking for a way to make traditional Buddhist teachings widely accessible to people”. The challenge of this Zen Priest, based in Oregon in the US, is displaying such complex information in a pleasant way. After trying many tools, she chose the WordPress plugin Tooltip Glossary to aid in her endeavor.
The Tooltip Glossary WordPress plugin is one of the most dearly loved creations of CreativeMinds. Originally published in 2013, it is one of the company’s biggest hits, having helped over 100,000 users to boost their SEO while creating quality content easily. This month, we have many exciting updates and a special bundle discount!
Dragana Amarilis is a Serbian linguist with a passion for teaching and a knack for creating rich websites about languages. And she’s combining those two to overcome a tough challenge: engaging millennials, who were practically born with a smartphone in each hand. Her solution: the WordPress plugin Tooltip Glossary.
The quest for ranking high your WordPress page in Google, Bing and other search engines is hard. It takes facing SEO challenges with the right tools, plugins and extensions. Amidst this battle, though, small bloggers and giant companies alike can rely on the same ally: content. And a sure tool to deliver it is the Glossary powered by Tooltips.
Expert and member directories are essential for WordPress sites, because they are excellent organization tools. Member directories allow users to build an extensive directory with detailed profiles and information on specific people. A member directory allows people to be organized and categorized for specific niches to better improve each WordPress site.
A calendar is a helpful feature for any WordPress site, but choosing the right calendar is easier said than done. Calendars are important but often overlooked elements of a website, but they are organization tools for online businesses. These Booking calendar plugins all offer a wide variety of interactive features and can meet your website’s calendar needs.
The new Locations Manager Addon for the PeepSo social network allows users to integrate locations and points of interest on their social network pages. When this addon is connected with PeepSo, users gain the ability to add and share Google maps with specific locations and points of interest on PeepSo social network.
It’s a good idea to add notifications to your WordPress site, so it’s easier to organize tasks for users on your site. There are many WordPress Notification Bar plugins available, and some of them have excellent custom features, are user friendly and reasonably priced. The following list of notification bar plugins are great options for any and all types of websites and businesses.
The new Routes Manager PeepSo addon allows users to integrate the Routes Manager plugin with their PeepSo social network. The Routes Manager plugin lets users create a catalog of map routes with various points of interest. This addon creates the ability for users to add map routes to their PeepSo social network and enhance their social community.
In the age of the Internet, people not only have the ability to buy and sell goods, but they have the ability to review and spread information about online products. Customer reviews are a major part of websites today, since they provide helpful feedback and information to consumers. Customer Review WordPress plugins are essential tools for ecommerce stores to be successful.
Anyone who schedules and manages appointments for a business knows how tedious it can be, especially when personnel have limited or irregular availability. Online appointment booking systems significantly reduce the tedious back and forth of setting and confirming appointments.
With a booking calendar, clients or co-workers can schedule appointments and meetings right on your WordPress website. It’s a self-service system that can make life a whole lot easier.
WordPress occupies the largest piece of the CMS market, powering over half of the entire internet. Although this is great for the platform and those who use it, it also makes WordPress an obvious target for hackers.
A compromised website is not only a pain to fix, it can also dramatically decrease revenue and damage your site’s reputation long-term.
As bad guys come up with more and more ways to wreak havoc, website owners must continue focusing on WordPress security in the new year. Here are five key security trends to pay attention to in 2017, in no particular order.
There are a hundred thousand free and premium WordPress plugins available for users online for a wide variety of reasons. These plugins can help improve functionality, security, organization, purchasing, design, seo and more. While there are many to choose from, there is a small list of truly essential WordPress plugins that every website should have.
Website speed is important. It not only matters for user experience, it matters for SEO. A slow website is a signal to Google that your site is not good. This can result in lower search rankings.
As part of our Performance and Speed Optimization Analysis Service, customers contact us with their website speed issues and ask for our help.
Recently, we received a message from someone who wanted to optimize their page load time from 5 seconds to 3 seconds or less. The website in question has about 2,500 sessions and 6,000 page views per day.
Documentation is a great way for users to better understand your content. Most documentation plugins exist to help users with customer support for various products or services quickly. This documentation can be through videos, lists or other media, and eliminates the need for contacting support personnel.