How to Change the Color of Address Bar in Mobile Browser to Match Your WordPress Site

Wordpress
Have you noticed that many popular websites like BBC and Facebook use their own brand colors for the address bar in mobile browser. Recently, one of our users asked us if we could write about how to change the color of address bar in mobile browser to match their WordPress theme? In this article, we will show you how to change the color of address bar in mobile browser to match your WordPress site. Why Match Address Bar Color in Mobile Browser? Most popular WordPress themes are mobile responsive. This makes your site looks great on mobile devices. However, it still looks and feels like a website. Matching the color of address bar to your WordPress site, gives it a native app-like feel. This improves user experience, which ultimately boosts…
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wpDataTables – A WordPress Superhero in Your Time of Need

Wordpress
One task. Too little time left. The one battle you haven’t won before. And the client wants it today. The rules of the game: huge amounts of data, responsive tables, works with any WordPress theme. “Let’s find something that is like Excel, but responsive. And fast. And interactive“. You keep hearing the client’s voice in your head. And you can’t fight the task away with your level one coding skills. But wait. Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No. It’s the number one tables and charts creator WordPress Plugin. You need the strongest, most versatile tools to deliver quality. The wpDataTables plugin solves most of the issues that you may encounter when creating tables and charts in WordPress – it’s like a superhero appearing in a time of…
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How to Automatically Deploy WordPress Theme Changes using GitHub and Deploy

How to Automatically Deploy WordPress Theme Changes using GitHub and Deploy

Wordpress
Do you want to automatically deploy WordPress theme changes to your website? Most professional web developers use a version control system like GitHub or BitBucket and automatically deploy their changes to staging or live site. In this article, we will show you how to automatically deploy WordPress theme changes using GitHub and Deploy. Why Use Version Control System for WordPress Theme Development? First, we need to understand what version control means: … a system that records changes to a file or set of files over time so that you can recall specific versions later http://git-scm.com/book/en/v2/Getting-Started-About-Version-Control In other words, every time we change a WordPress theme template, image or CSS file, a version control system keeps track of these changes. At particular points, we can label (commit) a batch of changes.…
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How to Change the Color of Address Bar in Mobile Browser to Match Your WordPress Site

How to Change the Color of Address Bar in Mobile Browser to Match Your WordPress Site

Wordpress
Have you noticed that many popular websites like BBC and Facebook use their own brand colors for the address bar in mobile browser. Recently, one of our users asked us if we could write about how to change the color of address bar in mobile browser to match their WordPress theme? In this article, we will show you how to change the color of address bar in mobile browser to match your WordPress site. Why Match Address Bar Color in Mobile Browser? Most popular WordPress themes are mobile responsive. This makes your site looks great on mobile devices. However, it still looks and feels like a website. Matching the color of address bar to your WordPress site, gives it a native app-like feel. This improves user experience, which ultimately boosts…
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Building a Website? 7 Reasons Why You Need a Customizable WordPress Theme

Wordpress
Customization in web designing with WordPress themes is the hot subject of this year: what if you could create unique designs & efficient branding, without knowing a line of code? There are products that offer you just that. The newest trend in website design, is a degree of UX uniqueness that can only be accomplished if customizing is not subject to constraints. The7 WordPress theme does not have these constraints. The7 encourages whatever customizing that is needed to give clients precisely what they want. A few options in the main demo. Source. To the Client: Making Your Website “Yours” A key feature of The7 is the abundance of the 630+ theme options it offers, together with the ability to modify numerous per-page settings. This feature makes it possible to design…
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10 WordPress Plugins To Easily Create Mobile-Responsive Websites

10 WordPress Plugins To Easily Create Mobile-Responsive Websites

Wordpress
These days you can use a WordPress plugin to create landing pages, customize your login page, adopt two-factor authentication, or even figure out how to optimize your site for you with artificial intelligence. In this post, we’re going to add another item to that list, bringing you 10 plugins to create mobile-responsive blogs for you. You don’t need to have the skills, capability or budget to create a respnosible or mobile site from scratch these days. Just grab one of these plugins, install it and start customizing the end result to suit your branding needs. All it takes is just a few clicks. Jetpack Jetpack is a lightweight, must-have, open-source platform, which offers a simple and responsive mobile theme for any blog or website. It offers customization features like custom…
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WordPress vs Website Builders, don’t let decision paralysis get to you

Design, eCommerce, Wordpress
I don’t include Wordpress in the website builder guide because Wordpress isn’t a website builder. Instead, Wordpress is a content management system (CMS). CMS’s like Wordpress are powerful but have a learning curve. Website builders are less powerful but easier to use. The tradeoff looks something like this: So should you use Wordpress or a website builder to build a website? There is only one answer: it depends— mostly on you. This article will provide an overview of what I see as the major differences between website builders and Wordpress. By the end, I hope you’ll have an idea of what’s right for you! Ease of Use Good website builders like Weebly are easy to use. They have visual page editors that allow you to drag-and-drop elements around your website:…
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How to Move GoDaddy Website Builder Site to WordPress

How to Move GoDaddy Website Builder Site to WordPress

Wordpress
Recently one of our users asked us how to move a GoDaddy Website Builder site to WordPress. GoDaddy offers a website builder tool that allows users to create websites using simple drag and drop tools. However, many users quickly realize the limitations of using a tool like Godaddy’s website builder and want to move their website to a flexible and powerful platform like WordPress. In this article, we will show you how to move GoDaddy website builder site to WordPress. Editor’s Note: This article has a lot of manual steps which can be time consuming depending on the size of your website. We didn’t want to write this article at first, but due to repeat requests we have written this for those who’re looking to switch from Godaddy website builder…
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How to Add Categories to a Custom Post Type in WordPress

How to Add Categories to a Custom Post Type in WordPress

Wordpress
Recently one of our user asked us if it was possible to add categories to a custom post type they have created. Categories are one of the built-in taxonomies in WordPress. By default they appear only for posts. However, in some scenarios you may want to share them with a custom post type as well. In this article, we will show you how to add categories to a custom post type in WordPress. We will also show you how to display multiple post types on your category archive page. The Plugin Method For our beginner level users, we recommend using Custom Post Type UI plugin to create custom post types. When using Custom Post Type UI plugin, you have the option to associate your custom post type to any built-in…
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