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Let us imagine that, for whatever inconceivable reason, you hated WordPress and you wanted to release a software to make browsers block every single WordPress site (maybe because you thought that there might be thousands of people sharing your animosity?). But how could you implement that? Oh! That´s an...read more
Continuing with our line of constant improvements to our site, during the last few days we have added some new plugin detection features to our plugin detector tool. You won´t see any changes in your user interface, but under the hood our code is now performing in a much...read more
There’s no doubt about it, responsive web design is the darling of developers right now and there’s no shortage of opinion on whether it’s a good or bad thing. Whilst for the most part designers agree that it’s the way forward, some have questioned how sustainable responsive is due...read more
In our site we have offered Top Theme Providers reports from the beginning. Then we offered the Top Plugins reports. So it is about time to add a new kind of report: Top WordPress Themes. Instead of just tracking the themes providers, we started several months ago taking into...read more
Ad blindness is the phenomenon where website visitors consciously or subconsciously ignore advertisements. As more and more people are getting their information from blogs and online news websites, this problem is getting worse. As a blogger you should know how to overcome this problem. While there’s no perfect solution...read more
Ok here we are, back to our “Add functions to your WordPress child theme” tutorial series. In the first post from this series we learned how to modify the functionality of an existing function, but we did not create any new one. We will be taking care of that on this...read more