Great site statistics is probably the single most important success factor of any website. The best way to know your audience is through your traffic stats and this is what Google Analytics provide for FREE. In this article, we will share why Google Analytics is important, and how you can install Google Analytics in your WordPress blog.
In this article, we will share a plugin which takes the live twitter box functionality to the next level by making it a live retweet box on your site. Developed by a very skilled WordPress developer named Konstantin who blogs at Kovshenin.com (@kovshenin).
We are proud to announce another weekly twitter exclusive commercial theme giveaway on our site thanks to Brian Casel of ThemeJam. Brian recently entered the market of Commercial WordPress themes, but he is already providing great themes and support. We will be giving away 10 free copies of his highly versatile commercial WordPress themes which normally cost $59 for a standard license. 10 lucky users will be chosen one week from today on (May 4, 2010).
This past week, we had a pleasure to run a theme giveaway for one of the largest Commercial WordPress Themes provider StudioPress. Thanks to the StudioPress team particularly @bgardner and @craigtuller for making this giveaway possible. The prizes include 1 Pro Plus Package – (Include all themes) – valued at $249.95, and 3 individual theme packages.
Adobe’s new release Adobe Create Suite 5 comes with something that WordPress users can appreciate. The new version of Dreamweaver is now WordPress friendly. This is great news for beginner level users who are not familiar with coding because this will allow them to add a custom sparkle to their blogs. It will also make editing much easier for experienced WordPress designers.
One of the note-worthy upgrade in WordPress 3.0 is a new default theme called Twenty Ten. This theme has a lot of great features enabled, but one of the features that a lot of users want is the Custom Headers Panel. In this article, we will share with you how you can enable custom headers with a back-end admin panel in WordPress 3.0.