How to display a widget only on some pages and hide it on other pages? How do you restrict a widget from appearing on some pages of your WordPress website?
Today we will be looking at some of the most interesting museum websites powered by WordPress. These websites are great examples of how WordPress can be used as a CMS for a static website, not like the more common usage as a posts-based blogging platform.
A simple and easy to understand explanation to the difference between Posts and Pages in WordPress, two fundamentally different content types on WordPress websites.
WordPress powers ~21% of university websites worldwide, including some of the top institutions in the world. Here's a list of 60 beautiful websites (with screenshots) to inspire you.
Our most recent themes – Bradbury, Fleming, City Hall, Museo and Milton – have been updated with a better Demo Content Import process. If we have more than one demo for the theme, then clients can now import any of them directly from the backend.
This week we have released Milton, a WordPress theme that is quick to install, easy to use and flexible to fit many preferences. Here's a quick rundown of the theme's features.
Today we will be looking at 40 examples of website footer designs as seen on education websites from all around the world, mainly universities and colleges.
Reviewing 5 of the most popular WordPress Event Plugins, both free and paid. If your organization works with the public in some way then most likely there are regular and irregular events that you need to inform people about.
Author: Dumitru Brinzan
Dumitru Brinzan is a web developer based in Germany. Dumitru switched to WordPress in 2010 and has been creating WordPress themes since then. From niche themes to general interest themes, Dumitru focuses on usability and accessibility. You can find @Dumitru on Twitter.