When setting up a new WordPress site, I’ve a little toolbox of light, useful plugins I frequently turn to. They’re suitable for almost any site and usually provides a handy time-saving shortcut to accomplish a particular task. Some of these you may be familiar with but hopefully there will be something new you will find suitable.
It can be difficult to find professional free stock photos for your business, especially when money is tight and an expensive subscription to the likes of Getty can’t be justified. The good news is that a collection of superb free stock sites have sprung up over the past couple of years which provide a number of options. Let’s check them out.
Child themes can be modified without altering the original code of your theme, allowing you to make changes as small as changing a couple of colors, or as extensive as completely changing the look and feel of your theme. In this tutorial we’ll get to understand them a bit better and build one from scratch.
English speakers generally have it easy in the WordPress world. Themes and plugins all tend to be English centric which results in a more difficult user experience for those who speak and read in a different language. We’re going to look at a translator plugin called Loco Translate which will help in this regard.
We’re going to take a look at five Google fonts that don’t get as much attention as they should. Everyone is familiar with the old staples like Open Sans and Roboto but let’s take a look at a number of typefaces in the collection which deserve a closer inspection.