Category: Guides

2 Ways to Be a Mobile WordPress Updater

In a previous blog post, we explained the necessity but challenges of building mobility into your WordPress website. In short, mobile internet access is growing around the world. If your site is not mobile-friendly, you are likely losing traffic. For this post, though, we want to look at mobility in the other direction. Rather than […]

Using Xero and WordPress Together

Small business owners have access to a lot of great tools that help them do what they do better. Xero for Canada is a great example. Anyone can use the online software directly through the website or integrate Xero directly into dozens of e-commerce and CMS solutions. Xero can even be integrated with WordPress. […]

On-Demand Delivery Coming to Shopify

We have decided to interrupt our ‘nuts and bolts’ blog post series because there is something more important to talk about. Shopify has just introduced a new on-demand delivery component to its platform that can be used by any retailers whose geographical locations qualify. Technically, on-demand delivery has already arrived at Shopify. We stated in […]

4 Reasons WordPress is Built on Themes

As one of the first open source content management systems (CMS) on the internet, WordPress was very influential in establishing the idea of building a website based on a pre-designed theme. Yes, website owners could download free templates for HTML-based websites before the introduction of the CMS model, but those templates were terribly difficult to […]