WordPress is a great CMS but it can run slowly if your site is not set up and optimized correctly. Figuring out why it’s slow can be challenging but there are some things you can do that will quickly boost performance and speed up your site.
Here is a collection of free and useful eCommerce tools that can help your online store and potentially boost sales.
Mailchimp is an award-winning email marketing service, you can use for free if you have less than 2,000 contacts, making it perfect for startups and small stores to build relationships with customers.
If you’re running a WooCommerce store and your WordPress theme incorporates a modern framework like Bootstrap 5, a lightweight option is to recycle the code to make your own custom product slider.
Here is a collection of sites where you can download free stock photos to use on your personal and commercial projects. The majority of images require no attribution but make sure you read any licenses before using.
Chrome Remote Desktop is a great tool to share your screen with anyone for free.
It’s very easy to use. First you need to visit remotedesktop.google.com and install the Remote Desktop extension. If you already use Chrome as your browser and are familiar with extensions you can add it as usual through the Chrome Web Store.
This was a strange issue I came across recently after installing a newly developed WooCommerce theme on a test server.
Some head scratching and Googling later, I found out it’s a known problem stretching back 2 years that randomly occurs on some sites.