A huge chunk of the web runs on WordPress, so it’s a great platform for making your voice heard online. But if you’re not super-savvy with WordPress, you’ll benefit from this bundle of responsive themes.
Most of the web runs on WordPress. Anyone can use the ubiquitous publishing platform, but not everybody is a professional web designer. So trying to make a site that looks and works the way you want can get overwhelming.
Most of the web’s sites run on WordPress, and for good reason. It’s one of the most powerful and flexible platforms for building rich websites. Anyone can do it, from the biggest publishers to the most humble bloggers, but having the right tools help.
They say we’ve all got a book in us. And while not all of us will write that whole book, the internet makes it exceedingly simple for anybody with something to say to self-publish. Start a blog and you can say as much or as little as you like, at whatever pace suits you.
Blogging obviously isn’t new, but it hasn’t gone away either. And the tools for creating your own platform of online expression have never been easier to get hold of and use.
Another week, another delivery of awesome new deals on gear, gadgets, and education. This week we’ve got a fine-tipped iOS-ready stylus, a massive bundle of WordPress plug-ins, a car charger that can juice up 4 devices at once, and a pair of key lessons in coding for iOS and OS X. Take a look:
If you work on the web, you’re going to encounter WordPress (if you’re reading this, you already have). Whether you want to build your own site or get hired to build or maintain one for someone else, we’ve gathered some massively discounted tools, skills, and certifications that are guaranteed to help you out.
Enter the new year with a head full of new ideas and your wallet full of cash. These bundles on essential web and mobile development courses are brimming with invaluable knowledge that give your professional life an upgrade. They can be yours for whatever you’re willing to pay for them, and a portion of whatever you spend goes to support the good work of Save the Children.