HostGator just launched two special bundle hosting packages starting at only $3.00/month. The reason why they are so special is because you won’t find these packages on their website. The deals are specifically for customers who are referred from my website. These hosting packages are very cheap and will beat the price of almost every single hosting company out there.
SiteGround, one of the best WordPress hosting providers, already started issuing free Let’s Encrypt SSL certificate to its customers. While the process was a big leap towards making the web more secure, there were still some manual steps involved in order to make it fully functional. For example: installing SSL certification on the hosting account, manually adding some code to the .htaccess file in order to make a proper redirection from HTTP to HTTPS, updating the content so the resources are loaded from HTTPS. Today SiteGround just made this process even easier by introducing 1-click installation of SSL certificate.
Having a Terms and conditions page is very important when you are selling online. It can protect your business from various issues such as legal disputes, mismatched expectations as well as help you comply with the law and enforce customer agreement. In this article I’m going to show you how you can add terms and conditions to your WooCommerce checkout page, so a user needs to agree to these terms before they can purchase your products.
Newspaper is a multi-purpose WordPress theme that allows you to publish blog posts/articles with great ease. Even though the theme is called Newspaper it can be used for a magazine, publishing or review type site as well.
According to the e-commerce usage statistics from Builtwith trend, WordPress + WooCommerce is the most popular way to set up an online store. This is not a surprise considering the fact that WooCommerce now powers over 39% of all online shops. In this article I put together a list of some of the top websites that are using WooCommerce to successfully run their online businesses.
Avada is a multi-purpose responsive theme for WordPress. This theme has become so popular that it’s considered as one of the best themes for creating a website. After four years It is now actively being used by more than 275,000 users. Avada framework is so powerful that you can easily turn your website into a niche site without any coding experience. In this article I put together a list of top example demo sites created with the Avada theme.
Squarespace is a powerful design platform for anyone looking to create a beautiful website. Whether you are running a business, blog or showcasing portfolio, you can do almost anything with Squarespace – template design, eCommerce, analytics, domain, hosting, galleries etc. In this article I have put together a list of the top websites that are currently using Squarespace.
WooCommere is the number one platform for setting up an online store in WordPress as well as selling from your e-commerce website. Since WooCommerce powers almost all the major e-commerce functionality of your site, the hosting requirements will be a little different from a general WordPress-powered site. This is not just because WooCommerce is more resource-intensive. As your store starts to process more orders and get more customers your site will eventually get very slow if it’s hosted on a traditional shared hosting environment. You also need to consider some security specific factors such as whether or not the web host offers a SSL certificate for your website by default, What version of PHP it is running etc.
Flywheel hosting has always been catered for web designers and developers. This time they introduced Local by Flywheel, a simple free app for setting up WordPress on a local environment. This WordPress app is actually called Pressmatic and It costs you a fortune ($129). Fortunately, Flywheel has decided to integrate it into their system as well as made it available for everyone.