What is New in WordPress 3.8 Release

WordPress is planning the much anticipated 3.8 release very soon, due on December 12. Developers say that the large amount of planned changes means that not all of them could be implemented. Whatever updates weren’t included will be available in the form of plugins or go into the 3.9 version, to be released in early […]

Alternatives for Google Reader to Keep Tabs on RSS Feeds

Along with the BlackBerry Google Voice app, Google Building Maker, Snapseed Desktop, Google Cloud Connect, and others, Google Reader is being swept away (assuming the various petitions – 1, 2, and 3 – in place don’t stop it) in Google’s spring clean up. “Google Reader will not be available after July 1, 2013” says the […]

What’s New in the Upcoming WordPress 3.5 Release?

The official release of WordPress version 3.5 is coming in December 2012 and we’ve had a chance to take a sneak peek and have a quick play around with the WP 3.5 beta 1 version. The WordPress developers have made something like over several hundred changes and most of them are under the hood or […]

How the Latest Google Algorithm Penguin Update will Affect You

On April 24th 2012 Matt Cutts, the head of the webspam team at Google announced that there will be another algorithm change to the Google search engine. This latest update has been named “Penguin” and the main objective of the change is to specifically target webspam. To quote Matt’s words: “The change will decrease rankings […]

What’s New in the Upcoming WordPress 3.4 Release

Another official major release of WordPress is due out very soon. WordPress 3.4 is scheduled to be officially unleashed to the public sometime in May 2012. How time flies… it seems almost like yesterday that we were talking about the release of 3.3. As you probably remember, the release of 3.3 contained a lot of […]

What’s New in the Upcoming WordPress 3.3 Release?

The new and improved edition of WordPress will be version 3.3 which is due for official release in November and it contains some exciting new features and improvements. In this post we will highlight some of these changes. Cosmetic Improvements 1. Refined Admin Menu bar The admin bar has been refined but it now also […]

A Cloud With a Silk Lining & The Kindle Fire

When Amazon launched the Kindle Fire recently you could be excused if your initial thoughts were whether we really need another mobile tablet device on the market. However, when the features and capabilities were revealed it quickly became apparent that this is not just another tablet device akin to the very popular iPad or the […]

Share Your Cart Plugin Adds WP eStore Integration

ShareYourCart enables product sellers to reward their customers for spreading the word about their products/services to their friends, by offering them a coupon code for their purchases, thus helping increase sales conversion. You can choose how much of a discount to give (in fixed amount, percentage, or free shipping) and to which social media channels […]

Important Things You Should Know About the Upcoming WordPress 3.2 Release

The upcoming WordPress 3.2 release has moved from beta to release candidate (RC) which means the final release is just around the corner. You can download and install the WP3.2 release candidate (RC1) and install it on your test server to test and make sure that the plugins and themes that you use are working […]

WP eMember and WordPress 3.1 Update

This is a quick update for the users of the WP eMember plugin. WordPress 3.1 has been released! A lot of new features were added in this release. It also tightened some security stuff so it is a good idea to look into upgrading to this version as soon as you can. WordPress 3.1 changed […]