Founded in 2001, MailChimp has now “7 million users that collectively send over 10 billion emails through the service each month”. MailChimp is an email marketing and newsletter service functioning well. It helps the users to collect email addresses, store the email addresses and carry out an email marketing campaign. Maintaining a long list of […]
Often times problems with your server environment can occur from a lack of security updates. These exploits allow hackers to force their way into part of your server whether it’s a database setup, CMS dashboard, or raw access to server files. A new webapp PatrolServer is meant to change all that. It’s a real-time monitoring […]
The vast significance and impring that WordPress has left on the design community is practically incalculable. It’s one of the most popular open source CMS engines for building any website from a simple blog to a business with e-commerce capabilities. Jonathan Torke is a professional web designer & developer who recently broke out into launching […]
In one of our previous posts we spoke about the release of the universal, multi-purpose WordPress theme for everyone under the powerful name Monstroid. This time we are back with great news from TemplateMonster! Now you have a unique opportunity to get this all-inclusive WordPress package for FREE. A Couple of Words about the Prize […]
A Kickstarter Campaign (Click To View Campaign) for a WordPress theme called Czar has been in talks recently. The team behind Czar is trying to raise funds to develop this WordPress Theme which they proclaim is a “King Of WordPress Themes” with regards to a few of the atypical features that it offers. We had […]
WordPress is remarkably popular, scalable, open-source and affordable CMS/blogging system. The vast majority of people are creating their websites on WordPress because it offers striking plugins and themes. In fact, both big and small businesses are using WP sites to boost their productivity and increase their ROI.
Content Management Systems range from Python/Django to PHP and Ruby on Rails. This wide level of diversity is naturally emerging from the rapid growth of open source web development. Nowadays you have a whole litter of options beyond just WordPress to use for any website project.