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New Release: Build Funny Images Websites with PLOL

We have just released a new theme PLOL to our portfolio. PLOL is a user generated content wordpress theme perfect for funny images websites. It allows font-end image uploading, unlimited color schemes and so on.

As you may guess, PLOL is inspired by damnlol.com, a website focus on viral images. Now it’s your time to build your own […]

August 23rd, 2016|Categories: Release|

How Much It Cost to Run a WordPress Business

WordPress business is easy to run and the profit is big. You may be wondering it could cost a lot to start your own WordPress business.

Well, I’ll go through all the tools and services I use for PTHEME this site particularly.

Paid Tools/Services

NameCheap – This is where I registered the domain ptheme.com. I’ve used other domain […]

July 20th, 2016|Categories: Resources|Tags: , |

Resources to learn Javascript for WordPress

(This post is for advanced users and WordPress developer only)

The future of WordPress and the web are API-powered JavaScript applications.

Everyone is talking about it after the first ever WordCamp US at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in downtown Philadelphia. […]

February 9th, 2016|Categories: Resources|Tags: , |

Mastering CSS skills for your WordPress blog

To make your WordPress blog amazing, CSS is the fundamental secret and knowledge you should be equipped with, from laying out beautifully responsive designs to coding simple tweaks.

Following tutorials from WPMU blog will have you got covered with some really helpful tips.

Understanding CSS3 Flexbox for Clean, Hack-Free Responsive Design

Remember how hard […]

February 4th, 2016|Categories: Tutorial|Tags: |

WP Digest of September 2015

WordPress News

In June, the WordPress Foundation filed a suit against Jeff Yablon seeking $100,000 in damages for trademark infringement. The case was just settled out of court and Torque has a summary that overviews the main points of the agreement. (On a side note: It seems like WordPress legal cases never make it […]

May 14th, 2015|Categories: WP Digest|