Magento vs WooCommerce: Which One Holds the Fort

July 22, 2014 | Web Design, Web Development, WordPress


Magento has always been THE most sought-after platform for the webmasters contemplating on starting an Ecommecerce website. The ease of website development, the savorous features, the user-friendliness – everything leaps with Magento. But now, there is a new player in town: WooCommerce. And it is giving Magento a serious run for its money.

WooCommerce has had a meteoric rise in the web development community. And it is surely fuelled by some very authentic reasons. This highly powerful Ecommerce platform is being increasingly sought-after and there is no dearth of webmasters who are preferring it over Magento. Read the full story…


Why You Need To Spend Some Quality Time with Your Website’s Layout

July 16, 2014 | CSS, HTML5, Miscellaneous, Web Design, Web Development

Creating a website is one of the most imperative things that online marketing and web designing companies usually do as it speaks a lot about their goals and values they want to put forth in front of their users. No matter how small or massive is the size of your website, it is crucial to have an efficient and functional website to serve your audiences better. Since, internet users know that they are free to navigate from any of the websites, it has become important for the designers take a leap from the unconventional layout designs to a layout that’s not only user-centric but harness positive feelings about the website on the visitors mind.

A well-designed and structured layout truly enhances the appeal and look of your website and this improves the user experience. Online businesses often experience low traffic inspite of implementing good SEO tools. They complain that visitors don’t hang on their website. This might be because they don’t have an interactive and lively layout. So, if you are also experiencing the same situation, then it’s to brace yourself, as you competitor can beat you with just a few clicks Read the full story…


3 Insanely Popular WP Plugins that are Making Your Website Vulnerable

July 9, 2014 | Security, Web Development, WordPress


WordPress plugins unquestionably serve a genuine purpose of helping webmasters extend their website’s functionality above and beyond the defaults. However, they also make the website vulnerable to certain issues, and website security rings the loudest among them.

Below, we bring forth three such immensely popular plugins that have been found to be more susceptible to intrusion attacks and need to be dealt with at the earliest: Read the full story…


5 Reasons Why WordPress is the Best CMS

May 15, 2014 | Web Development, WordPress


Content management systems are called upon to serve increasingly diverse functions for website administrators, who lean on platforms like WordPress to do much more than post blog entries.  And with the competitive offerings put forth by a few noted CMS providers, there is no reason for anyone – even technically challenged bloggers – to put-up with inferior service and functionality.

WordPress furnishes the most popular platform for webmasters, eclipsing other options like Joomla and Drupal. And the trend is likely to continue through 2014, as the powerful platform continues to fulfill the needs of diverse users. The accessible platform draws bloggers and Web administrators for a number of reasons, including these traits making WordPress the best available CMS: Read the full story…


How to: Add new column on user listing of WordPress Dashboard

January 29, 2014 | Web Design, Web Development, WordPress

Today we shall talk about adding a new column to your WordPress’s User Listing table in the back end. WordPress by default has “Gravatar”, “username”, “Name”, “Email”, “Role” and “Posts” listed in the users table. But what if we have to add new custom column to the list? Say you run a membership website, and want to show when the account of that particular user expires. Or may be you want to show some other info about the user in the newly added column. This can be attained by using adding a “manage_users_columns” filter in your theme’s functions.php or your plugin’s file. Here is a sample code, which should be pretty self explanatory. Read the full story…


What are Child Themes and why use them WordCamp Nepal 2013

October 28, 2013 | WordPress

It was a great weekend here in Nepal since I got to meet many like minded people and network with them in the annual WordCamp Nepal 2013. All in all it was a great event and am already looking forward to another year’s event. So this year I had opportunity to give a talk and I choose Child Themes as my topic. The reason I took this as topic of my choice because, I have had issues updating themes for clients for quite long. They make a lot of changes to the theme and once it is updated the change is gone and not many people know that there is a simple way to tackle this issue and it’s called “Child Themes” I have uploaded my slide from the event on slideshare and it is present here. I hope you guys find this interesting and a good read.  Also were you there in the event? How did you feel about this and what was you take on my and everyone else’s talk and How do you rate this year’s event? Read the full story…


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