Month: July 2015

How to Add Audio Files and Create Playlists in WordPress?

Do you want to add audio files to your WordPress site? As a content management system, WordPress allows you to process audio files by default. However, many beginners do not know about this default feature. In this article, we’ll show you how to add audio files and create playlists from in free and premium WordPress…

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7 Free WordPress Admin Themes and Plugins

WordPress platform can offer multiple features for admin panel and management of administration through the engine. 8Theme offers not just plugins for professional admin management but also premium and free WordPress themes and plugins. Why do you need professional and free admin plugins for your WordPress themes? One significant advantage of using WordPress is a…

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How to Create a WordPress eCommerce Store With Shopify?

The vast majority is hoping to set up an eCommerce shop with WordPress themes. Nowadays clients can now integrate their sites with Shopify. While we’ve already expounded on integrating Ecwid with a WordPress site, the addition of Shopify and Ecwid to the eCommerce choice available for is rather intriguing. Why not utilize native…

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How to Add Social Media Icons to WordPress Menus?

Adding social media icons to your WordPress menus is a useful feature of the “socialization” of WP project. With their help, you will be can share a link to any post of your blog in their accounts of Twitter, Digg, Google Buzz, and other popular services integrated with WordPress themes. There are few ways of…

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10 Best Affiliate Marketing Tools and Plugins for WordPress

Affiliate marketing is one of the most of simple and the most of scalable of ways to earn money online. Instead of spending its time and finances at creating commercial product or services, you simply are promoting these goods and services, receiving a commission every time, when someone orders them on the site on your…

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How to Add a Private Messaging System in WordPress

Private message system is not a bad idea for almost any site where registration is publicly available. So users of free or premium WordPress themes can communicate with one another, if not want other users to see their correspondence. For this purpose you can use “Private Messages for WordPress” plugin. It works well, but, alas,…

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How to Clean Up Your WordPress Database for Improved Performance

Even if you are a novice with WordPress themes you still may have heard about the necessity of cleaning your MySQL database from time to time. Your site’s database must be constantly cleaned because once one day it will swell to such an extent that our hosting it simply will not stand such mess. The…

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How to Detect AdBlock Users in WordPress

Looking for a way to detect AdBlock users in your WordPress themes? Many bloggers rely on advertising revenue, which allows them to maintain their WordPress sites. The relatively new browser extensions such as AdBlock, could significantly reduce your earning potential. In this article, we’ll show you how to detect AdBlock users in WordPress themes and…

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8 Free User Management Plugins for WordPress Themes

When working with WordPress themes you will probably have to deal with the roles that can be assigned to team members. The list of roles include: administrator, author, editor, and a regular participant of a subscriber. Each has its own rules and restrictions. For example, members can only edit his notes, while editors can edit…

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How to Sort Your WordPress Plugins into Groups?

When applying WordPress themes for some time, then you have risks are that you have more than modest bunch of plugins introduced on your website. There is no restriction on what number of plugins you can introduce on your WordPress site. As you introduce different plugins, it turns out to be difficult to find and…

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