The WP Asset CleanUp will offer you with a method you can unload all your assets that are not required in your pages.
There are several WordPress affiliate plugins that marketers can use to earn great profit from their blog.
Is your WordPress site running slow? Sites page load time is more? Tried most of the available free cache plugins? Still no luck in improving page load time?
In this blog, I’ve covered some useful and interesting details about the best-rated WordPress CMS Plugins that serve as the best fit for every WordPress user.
In this search we landed at one of the highly rated Review plugin for wordpress called WP Product Review by readythemes.
If you are an RWD (Responsive Web Design) developer this Responsive Inspector is one of the best tool I came across to inspect the media queries. If you are dealing with media queries daily and test your website in various resolutions and grabbing the snapshot etc. then Responsive Inspector will actually do your job very […]
As usual I always look for a better and a lightweight UI widgets, I have come across this jQuery plugin Pickadate.js calendar or a date picker widget long back but just used it today and working on this Pickadate.js was very handy and is totally customizable.
I am back again with one more cool and very useful jQuery plugin, it is jQuery UI Date and Time Picker. I am sure there are many front-end developers who might have either modified or created custom plugin to add Time Picker in their calendar after selecting a particular date.
Scrollorama and it advanced version SuperScrollorama are super cool jQuery plugins for doing scroll animations or transitions of text or backgrounds created by John Polacek, a web designer and developer from Chicago – you can follow him on twitter at @johnpolacek.
The second version of the WordPress plug-in by Automattic called Jetpack 2.0 has been launched and has whizzed past the 3 million downloads milestone. The successor to its previous version which reached 2 million downloads less than four months ago bridges the gap WordPress.com and self-hosted blogs.