This is for all the individuals who have a WordPress website. Yes, your site is up and running along with a beautiful and well-crafted design. Still, you would need SEO to secure a proper ranking as well as to make the site work at full pace. You need traffic more than anything, so you need
In these days of short attention spans, people no longer have time to read. Online audiences are looking for interactivity and dynamic elements (such as videos and images) to make them feel engaged while they are surfing a website. Using a slideshow on the homepage, with stunning imagery related to your company, and making it
WordPress is the most accessible way for marketers to begin their quest for starting their soon-to-be-famous brand. However, we also know that WordPress works best with plugins even if the platform itself is highly customizable. Automation tools such as Omnisend have been a great help for marketers to navigate around the platform and use the
If you’ve ever looked up blogging, you’ve probably heard of WordPress. In fact, WordPress is probably more popular than you think. A big chunk of the internet is built on it. Their research shows WordPress powers about 32.5% of all websites. That means nearly a third of the internet runs on WordPress.
Wow, 10 years since Worldoweb posted its 1st post! Many things have happened in the past 10 years. We have seen Apple, Amazon and Google dominate the technology field. The annoyance of subscription models to in-app purchases becoming the firm favourite to drain anyone’s bank account. Enjoy reading part 1 of this series of WOW’s
Earlier this year I revamped my WordPress website using Bulma, a CSS Flexbox Framework. I tested a few Navwalkers to integrate the WordPress Nav Menus into the Bulma Navigation. Although they worked they didn’t support Font Awesome. I embarked on creating my own Bulma Navwalker with the inspiration from my previous Bootstrap Navwalker and GiottoPress.