As a WordPress developer, mistakes are part of the process. Successful plugin development, especially when you’re new to it, involves a bit of trial and error. Even seasoned developers are bound to mess up occasionally. Unfortunately, some mishaps can result in a lot of wasted time and effort. Although errors are inevitable, understanding some of the most common blunders developers make when creating WordPress plugins can help you avoid making them yourself. In turn, you’ll benefit from a more productive and prosperous development experience.
Nowadays everybody, including both techie and non-techie users, knows what it’s like to have a well-functioning website showcasing your business. The standard procedure incorporates choosing a popular content management system that excels in popularity as well as simplicity and launch it over the internet. Yes, I am talking about none other than WordPress, or indeed ClassicPress!
WP Assistant is a brand new way to work with Wordpress, making it much simpler and faster for beginners, intermediate users and even experts to get things done. You can quickly access posts, pages, media, comments, forms, portfolio items etc, without having to go in to the admin area, or just from the front end.
Nearly all internet activity starts with search: 93% of all Internet experiences start with a search engine and 39% of ecommerce traffic across the world comes from search.