Dec 07, 2017

Slick Slider WordPress: The Complete Guide on How To Guide

Slick Slider is a popular responsive jQuery carousel developed by Ken Wheeler. The Slick Slider for WordPress Addon to MaxGalleria lets you easily bring that same functionality to your WordPress site using the MaxGalleria interface. In this article, we’ll show you how to use the Slick Slider for WordPress Addon. Then, we’ll go through some common troubleshooting tips and ways you can modify the plugin’s core functionality. How To Use

Nov 07, 2017

Our Guide to Advanced Custom Fields: Tutorial, Helpful Plugins + More

If you’ve ever felt constrained by the WordPress default text editor, custom fields are your salvation. Custom fields allow you to extend your WordPress content by adding flexible new “fields” to any of your WordPress edit screens. In this post we’re going to explain how those fields help you and your users, and how to add custom fields to your WordPress site using a powerful plugin called Advanced Custom Fields. Additionally,

Oct 15, 2017

The Ultimate Guide to Jetpack Galleries: Tiled Galleries, Widgets, and Carousels

  You can find all types of general guides to the WordPress Jetpack plugin. But what you won’t easily find is an in-depth guide to Jetpack Galleries. Despite the multifaceted improvements offered by Jetpack Galleries, most guides only give it a short mention. We’re going to change that! We’ll give you an in-depth guide to all things Jetpack Galleries, covering everything from: The various ways in which Jetpack improves on

Jun 26, 2017

Using Media Categories with WordPress Media Library Folders Pro

Today we are pleased to announce Media Library Folders Pro version 3.4.0 which includes our new categories capability for Media Library images. Up to now it required using a separate media library categories plugin to include categories with Media Library images. MLFP now lets you categorize your images. Additionally our categories feature is compatible with the Enhanced Media Library plugin which adds a taxonomy for images called ‘media_categories’. Aside from