If you haven’t heard, Yahoo! has acquired Tumblr for $1.1 billion.
And there’s going to be a bit more ads on your Tumblr property. Don’t want to stick around? This guide will show you how to move your custom domain Tumblr account to a self hosted WordPress install.
But before we begin, let’s understand what we’re getting into.
WordPress is set to release a slew of new features in 3.6.
Are they as great as we hope they will be?
In this episode of PressThis, Dan and I look at the upcoming changes and what we should expect to see in the upcoming version release. Excited to hear what you think abou the world’s most popular web publishing platform in the comments!
Over the past month or so, our studio has been looking at plugins.
The fruit of our labors is upon you, this ultimate resource for WordPress slider plugins.
Watch the video as well as read below for all you need to know about sliders and which one(s) to select.
(note: to get one of the featured plugins, we have provided a link resource at the bottom of the page) Read More
It seems like there is a new social network or media platform released every week.
Few of them stick.
Is Twitter’s new social media platform, Vine, going to be enough to revitalize a company struggling to maintain its ground?
Happy Valentine’s Day!
After enduring one of the worst blizzards in recent New England memory, the boare of SEO Lunch are back.
Matt and Dan look at the emergence of co-citation in search engine optimization and discuss the fall of typical practices like utilizing anchor tags and alt tagging.
Have you ever wished it was easy to create an online course?
This can be for the purposes of college or other form of education.
It can also be for employers looking to show employees how to perform a certain task and need a form of certification.
Matt and Dan look turn their attention to the newest WordPress plugin from WooThemes, Sensei.
There are many WordPress Slider Plugins available.
If you are trying to get a simple slider plugin that is fun and effective AND responsive (capable of being displayed on cell phones and tablets as well), look no further.
Matt and Dan take a look at WooSlider from WooThemes and Soliloquy from Soliloquy.
We just wanted to let all of our hosted WordPress clients know that we’ve updated your WordPress core to 3.5.1 which was released on Jan. 24, 2013. Here’s a quick breakdown of what’s new in 3.5.1. If you’d like even more information on these new features, here’s the official release post explaining what’s new in WordPress 3.5.1. This particular release fixed 37 bugs and several security issues. If you haven’t already updated, you’ll want to do so as soon as possible.
Google Panda just turned 24 in Google Panda Years.
That means that the popular (or not so popular) Google update has seen 24 iterations of its fresh algorithms.
WooCommerce 2 is just around the corner.
On this episode of PressThis, the guys look at the changes made from the earlier version of the world’s most popular WordPress e-commerce plugin.