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25 Plugins vs One-Stop Shop: What Does Your WordPress Site Need?

6 MIN READ

Soon after setting up your WordPress site, you’ll find out you need plugins for a lot of the things you want to have on your site, be it SEO or backups or a gallery. Initially downloading a bunch of plugins seems like the easiest and most straightforward solution but could it be that going with one-vendor services is the better way? Let’s examine WordPress history and stats to determine if there really is a shift from single plugins to more unified solutions. WP plugins: history & stats There are more than 50,000 plugins just in the WP directory right now and the number keeps growing. As the general quality of websites keeps increasing, so do the demands we place upon the extended functionality plugins can provide. For example, e-commerce and, subsequently, use of the most popular WP e-commerce plugin WooCommerce has grown tremendously in the last years. WP users integrate…

What Can I Get from 10Web?

10 MIN READ

Get to know the 10 components of 10Web and the list of the main benefits you’ll get with the company.

How to Manage Form Submissions on WordPress

5 MIN READ

This is a comprehensive tutorial on managing the form submissions you get on your WordPress site.

How to Implement Conditional Logic on WordPress Forms

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Would you like to show/hide form fields depending on user answers? Conditional logic of the WordPress Form Maker plugin allows you to create smart, user-friendly forms with complex logic. You can show the user only what they need to see and keep the forms short and straightforward. In other words, depending on the options they choose, the users see only those fields that are related to their chosen values. Employing conditional logic renders significantly more simple and comprehensible forms. Keep in mind, however, that conditional logic works only on the premium version of this plugin. If it’s something you will use on your site often, you can read up on the pricing scheme, conditions, and additional functionality on our site. Creating forms using conditional logic Let’s get started by creating the form with the WordPress Form Maker. From the submenu of the plugin go to the > Forms page, >…

Building and Managing a Photographer Portfolio Website with WordPress

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One should always start with a why, at least that’s what they say. So let’s start with all the possible “why”-s. Why do you need a website for your photography portfolio in the first place and why go with WordPress? Why not simply use Facebook, Instagram, Flickr, and other platforms to promote your work? The thing is, even though social media is helpful, a website will give you all the freedom you need to pick and choose how to publish your content, which layout to go with, how exactly to plan your success with SEO and just in general have your personal space and manage it on your own. To get a more detailed breakdown of all the reasons why you need to create a website check out this article So, why WordPress? Listing all the pros of using WordPress and all its features would turn this into a whole…

How to Create GDPR-Compliant Forms on WordPress

6 MIN READ

Want to create a GDPR compliant WordPress form 🤔? Here’s how to create GDPR-Compliant forms on WP using 10Web WordPress Form Maker plugin 👌.

WordPress Gets New Gutenberg Editor: What You Should Do as a Developer [UPDATED]

14 MIN READ

WordPress, the go-to 15-year-old content management system (CMS), still grows and experiences significant changes and improvements. During the last 2 years, 5 major versions have been released. Their focus was on editor, customizer, widgets and other minor improvements of UX. I would describe these improvements, released after the REST API in WP 4.4, as well-liked by both ordinary users and developers. However, the release coming very soon is a major fundamental change of the core WP experience, content editing. This change affects every WP user. For years, WP relied on tinyMCE editor, which is a quasi-WYSIWYG editor with an extensible list of buttons to add and edit rich content. Now, the core team behind WP has set a kickoff goal: to create a completely new post and page editing experience. Need to adapt to these changes and stay up-to-date As a plugin or theme developer, you may consider how this…

WordPress 5.0: Getting Your Site Ready for Gutenberg

3 MIN READ

You may have heard whispers and rumors – who are we kidding, more like gradually intensifying buzz, from WordCamp 2017 to the myriad of articles spawned – around WordPress 5.0 and its main feature, Gutenberg editor. Forewarned, as we know, is forearmed. Let’s discuss what to expect from the update and what steps to undertake to prepare your WordPress site for a smooth transition. Checking plugins’ and themes’ compatibility Since the core update promises to divide the WordPress world into a “before” and “after,” it’s crucial to make sure all of your site’s plugins and themes are compatible with it. Here’s how to go about it. Check the plugins’ “Tested up to” field on wp.org. For plugins, in contrast to themes, there’s a really easy way to check compatibility. Take a look at your plugins’ wp.org page first for an indication of up to which version the plugin has been…

How to Configure Form Confirmations and Notifications on WordPress

3 MIN READ

Web forms are an essential part of most websites. Configuring their confirmations and notifications will let you monitor the stats of the replies, drop a thank-you note or send out an automated email in an attempt to “humanize” your site. The initial step is installing and activating Form Maker plugin. Here’s a beginner’s guide on how to do it. In this step-by-step tutorial, you will learn how to configure the “communicativeness” of the contact form we created in a previous tutorial using WordPress Form Maker plugin. But these instructions will work on any form really. Configuring Form Confirmations and Notifications A form confirmation is what your website visitor sees after they submit the form. It could be a thank-you message or a redirection to a relevant page. Alternatively, you could choose not to have one, keeping the users on the form page. After clicking the left menu’s Form Maker, picking the form, and pressing Form…

How to Create a Donation Form on WordPress

3 MIN READ

Are you looking to create a donation form for your website? WordPress Form Maker plugin is perfect for accepting donations on your site. You can view the submissions for each form, track overall statistics, edit the list of donors, filter submission data and export it in csv or xml formats. The plugin lets you set up Email Options to send submissions both to users and website owners. There is an option to add multiple recipients, as well as CC or BCC addresses. The users get an email notification initially when they donate a certain amount, and when the donation is complete. Let’s delve into creating your first WordPress donation form. Creating your first donation form Firstly, you should install and activate Form Maker plugin. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to do it. Once it is activated, go to Form Maker > Forms, then click Add New. Give a title…

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