Posts tagged with WordPress
Posts tagged with WordPress
Yes, 33% of all eCommerce websites around the world are powered by WooCommerce. In fact, WooCommerce has more than 26 million downloads and over 3 million active installs. If so many successful businesses are relying upon this technology, shouldn’t you as well?
For devotees of WooCommerce, learning the WooConf will not take place in 2018, WooSesh has become the highly anticipated virtual event to attend. After conducting a successful conference, organizer Brian Richards revealed another episode that falls under the WordSesh umbrella. Recently, close to 500 people joined WordSesh, and people from around the globe attended with a robust presence from the United States.
WordPress contributors are working diligently to add support for progressive web apps (PWA) into the core. A new PWA feature plugin is available now through WordPress.org, piloted by teams from Google, Automattic, and XWP.
WordPress is developing a new publishing tool called Gutenberg, and it aims to make your words, layout, and pictures look just as stunning as they do in your imagination – all without any code. The Gutenberg editor uses block to generate all types of content, and it will replace inconsistent ways of customizing WordPress by […]
This increasing popularity makes WooCommerce a driver of ecommerce trends. Previous trends included increased utilization of mulit-media product pages, personalization, and mobile shopping. Let’s take a deeper look into upcoming trends in WooCommerce and ecommerce.
WordPress is the most popular method to launch a website and have it functional quickly. However, many developers make bad decisions as a result of their haste. Some mistakes may be easy to make, others may be the result of laziness. Armed with the knowledge of the most common mistakes, you can make a far better decision when selecting your new web developer. This is the first in a series of educational blog posts to help you avoid problems in the future.
WordPress is a highly popular content management system both for its ease of use and its robust, airtight security. However, nearly 137,000 attacks occur to WordPress websites per minute all around the world.
Sure, a WordPress website is easy to launch. However, hiring a professional web developer to produce a custom WordPress website will ensure greater security from malware and hackers. Although WordPress has robust security continually improved upon by the open source community, recently over 200,000 WordPress websites were infected through a plugin. Many DIYers were hurt by not staying on top of only trusted plugins the way professionals do.
In our previous blog post, NOYO Web Development took a look into the future and reviewed several trends in web design for 2018. We continue with several other trends that we see for next year: greater use of negative space, meaningful scroll triggered animations, and micro-interactions.
Engaging a web developer to build your new e-commerce site or upgrade an existing site presents many challenges, especially if you are not a tech guru and don’t know what experience or skills the developer must have to meet your needs.
Since being founded in 2009 our longevity in the web design industry and repeat business is positive proof of our commitment to delivering outstanding results over the years. We’re a dynamic team of problem solvers and critical thinkers who enjoy a challenge which you will quickly sense when speaking with any member of our team.