With 20+ years of experience we’ve learnt that success is most of the times related to riding the wave of change and including the new trends in what you do, as long it fits your business.
Let’s dive deep into the web development trends for 2018: Read More
A professional, responsive and visual appealing website is one way to turn those visitors into satisfied, thus returning customers. A strong SEO will definitely increase your website’s page rank and help your online business start off on a solid foundation.
Are you ready for a more intuitive WordPress?
Version 4.8 of WordPress, named “Evans” in honor of jazz pianist and composer William John “Bill” Evans, is available for download or update in your WordPress dashboard. New features in 4.8 add more ways for you to express yourself and represent your brand.
Though some updates seem minor, they’ve been built by hundreds of contributors with you in mind. Get ready for new features you’ll welcome like an old friend: link improvements, three new media widgets covering images, audio, and video, an updated text widget that supports visual editing, and an upgraded news section in your dashboard which brings in nearby and upcoming WordPress events.
Version 4.7 of WordPress was released to the public on December 6, 2016. As its predecesors the newest version of WordPress was named “Vaughan” in honor of legendary jazz vocalist Sarah “Sassy” Vaughan. Check out the newest highlights.
New default theme – Twenty Seventeen
It is an aspiring theme dedicated to business websites that focuses on a creative home page and an easy site setup experience for users. Twenty Seventeen has large featured images, crisp typography, and a mobile-first approach to design. Twenty Seventeen only works on 4.7 and above.
REST API Content Endpoints
WordPress 4.7 comes with REST API endpoints for posts, comments, terms, users, meta, and settings. Content endpoints provide machine-readable external access to your WordPress site with a clear, standards-driven interface, paving the way for new and innovative methods of interacting with your site.
This article will present a method to display a custom language switcher in the desired position in menu when using WPML plugin for WordPress.
One client wanted the language switcher (with two languages, Romanian and English) to be on the second position in menu and to show just the inactive language.