How to Create a Portfolio Site Using Advanced Custom Fields

Published on: May 6, 2016 | At: Design Bombs

Today we will cover how you can make your own, easily manageable, fully fledged portfolio site using WordPress and the Advanced Custom Fields plugin. While there are a lot of portfolio themes out there, some of them great, some of them not so much...

How To Start Learning WordPress Development

Published on: March 28, 2016 | At: Design Bombs

Want to learn how to be a WordPress developer? In the early days of WP learning WordPress Development might have seemed like a bad/risky career move. Why invest the time in a piece of open source software that might tank any day?

How To Master Twenty Sixteen (Or Any WordPress Theme)

Published on: February 29, 2016 | At: Design Bombs

In this post we look at how to bend the twenty sixteen theme to your will, both inside and outside the admin area and customizer. If you’re new to WordPress, working with a well documented theme like Twenty Sixteen or any of the other official WordPress themes, can really help your learning curve.

8 Best WordPress Starter Themes And Frameworks For New WP Developers

Published on: 8th February | At: Design Bombs

If you find the best WordPress starter theme for you, you can jump way way ahead in the learning curve of…

WordPress in 2016 – Where is it going?

Published on: 3rd February 2016 | At: WP Daily Themes

Belated Happy New year to everyone. Last month, Matt Mullenweg held his 10th State Of The Word speech, talking about how WordPress got to where it’s at, and perhaps more importantly, where it’s going...

Team Treehouse vs Code Academy vs Tuts+ (For Aspiring WordPress Developers)

Published on: 29th January | At: Design Bombs

If you aspire to be a WP developer, you probably already know how to set up a WordPress site and then some. What you might not be so familiar with, is the code behind WordPress that makes it work, how ‘The Loop’ works, how to create custom page templates, or create complete themes or plugins. Treehouse, Tuts+, and Code Academy are three...

Most Popular Affiliate Programs for WordPress Related Site

Published on: August 26, 2015 | At: WP Kube

If you have a blog or website about WordPress, and you’re looking to increase revenue, this post will cover some of the most popular WordPress related affiliate programs. Something you might want to look into. If you’re new to the concept of making money online, you might not know what an affiliate program is. An affiliate program a company has….

What To Do If Your WordPress Site Gets Hacked

Published on: July 17th 2015 | At: WP Kube

So you head over to your site, and you notice that your WordPress site has been hacked… your first instinct might be to panic. Even if you have no backups whatsoever, there’s still a chance that you can restore your site to it’s former glory, outside of the clutches of the evil hacker, and this is a tutorial for exactly….

5 Default Security Threats in WordPress and How to Fix Them

Published on: 23rd June 2015 | At: WP Explorer

WordPress is a massively popular, completely open source piece of software. The great thing about that security-wise, is that there is a huge community that work with it, who are able to discover bugs as well as security risks quicker than one might with an in-house CMS solution. (It's hard to find out about weaknesses when one way to find…

6 Ways to Grow/Build Your Email List on Your WordPress Site

Published on: 3rd June 2015 | At: WP Explorer

An email list is not just a way to keep your audience up to speed, it can be an invaluable tool for business. Sure it’s a good way to get people to come back for more, but you can also slowly, steadily build consumer trust by providing value for free. You can then turn this into a sale or client further down the road. The best part is, you can pretty much automate the whole process......