The new WooCommerce product image features are super duper. But for some product catalogs it doesn’t make sense to use all the new features on every product. Today we take a look at how to disable the new Product Image Gallery features introduced in WooCommerce 3.0 on a per product basis.
If you’re like most WordPress users, you love installing plugins that add cool new front-end features to your WordPress site. A new contact form? Sign me up. Social login? Yup, I’ll take that!
Plugins that work entirely behind the scenes? Those aren’t quite as sexy. But here’s the thing:
Oftentimes those backend, behind-the-scenes plugins are the most important. SEO, backups, and…security.
That third one is what this post is all about – the best WordPress security plugins to keep your awesome site safe from those nasty folks we know as hackers. Because even if you’re (hopefully!) keeping your WordPress site updated, there are still plenty of potential backdoors for hackers to find. Choosing one of these security plugins will help to limit those…
You’re here because you need to create a law firm website. And you know what that means…heaps of research, long talks with developers, and a $5-10k bill to top it all off. Right?
Ehh, maybe not. See, there’s this thing called WordPress that makes it easy for you to create a website, even if you don’t know the first thing about code. WordPress now powers over 27% of websites. It’s the real deal.
And here’s the cool thing:
WordPress can help you create a website for your law firm in an afternoon, not a month. And best of all? It won’t even cost you a hundred dollars.
Don’t believe me? I’m going to show you how in this post.
It’s easy to become obsessed with your Google Pagespeed Insights score. VERY easy. Everyone wants to know what the secrets of achieving a 100/100 score are. Today we’re doing to dive into the deep end of how to increase the Google Pagespeed score for your WordPress website – the right way.