Web Design Company, MyUnlimitedWP, Offers Professional Insight on the Best WordPress Plugins For Nonprofit Organizations

Redlands, CA, Sept. 23, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — (via NGO Wire) According to the website service company, MyUnlimitedWP, NPOs should understand what WordPress plugin is best for nonprofit organizations to increase their chances of attracting more supporters to their organization. A plugin gives a web browser additional functionality so that the site could display additional content that it was not originally designed to display. In view of the current digital-increasing world, there is much reason different businesses like NPOs should take advantage of different WordPress plugins…


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Web Design Company, MyUnlimitedWP, Offers Professional Insight on the Best WordPress Plugins For Nonprofit Organizations

Redlands, CA, Sept. 23, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — (via NGO Wire) According to the website service company, MyUnlimitedWP, NPOs should understand what WordPress plugin is best for nonprofit organizations to increase their chances of attracting more supporters to their organization. A plugin gives a web browser additional functionality so that the site could display additional content that it was not originally designed to display. In view of the current digital-increasing world, there is much reason different businesses like NPOs should take advantage of different WordPress plugins…


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How to Move a WordPress Site to a New Host

Making any significant changes to your website can be a nerve-wracking decision, especially if you’re thinking of moving your WordPress site to a new host. One of the biggest risks/fears business owners face when it comes to moving their website to a new hosting company or server is the possibility of losing important website files or experiencing downtime. We’ve got the information you need to successfully export your WordPress database and move your WordPress site to a new host with minimal interruption to your site’s availability.

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Google launches a new Web Stories plugin for WordPress

WordPress Web Stories

Tech giant Google has launched a new plugin called Web Stories for WordPress. The new version offers a drag-and-drop interface to make it easy for creators to get started.

Those who want to take full control of their stories, the plugin includes comprehensive visual editing capabilities, a re-envisioned visual media gallery, image masking, gradient editing, saved colors and styles and several design features, Google said in a blog post on Tuesday.

Google said it has collaborated with Unsplash to make…


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Google Web Stories WordPress Plugin Officially Released

Google announced  that their Web Stories WordPress plugin is out of beta and available at the WordPress Plugin Repository. This plugin makes it easy for WordPress publishers to create content in the Google Web Stories format, enabling publishers to attract more visitors.

The plugin was previously available at GitHub as a beta version. It is now available as a full WordPress plugin.

Be Seen in More Places on Google

Web Stories is a way to use existing content to create short form content that can be “snacked” on quickly. That’s why the format is called Web Stories.

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Get More Pins With These 4 Widgets for Pinterest on WordPress

Today I have some resources to help you improve your visual marketing strategy on your WordPress blog with the use of Pinterest widgets.

If you need more pins and followers then chances are you are already sharing your articles to your boards. The key is to encourage your visitors to pin right from your blog posts. In order to garner more visibility you need to have the right widgets installed. Would you like to increase your content reach on Pinterest? Take advantage of these four resources, and let me know how these work for you!

1) Pin directly from your website – Pin Button

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Gutenberg Hub Launches Landing Page Templates Directory – WordPress Tavern

Munir Kamal has created copy-and-paste blocks. He has built sections or “patterns” from those blocks. He has created a plugin that allows users to completely customize the two features via block options. Yesterday, he released an initial offering of 22 landing page templates that build upon his earlier work.

Gutenberg Hub can almost be called his magnum opus, at least at this stage of his career. It is a continually growing library of free tools for WordPress’s block editor.

Like previous projects, Gutenberg Hub’s landing templates require the EditorPlus plugin. This…


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Google launches AMP Web Stories for WordPress plugin

Besides loading articles quickly, AMP is being leveraged to create a visual medium for sharing content online. Google is now bringing Web Stories to any WordPress site with the wide launch of a new creation tool.

The Web Stories for WordPress plugin provides a drag-and-drop, WYSIWYG interface for making full-screen, tappable content that’s synonymous with Instagram and Snapchat. This content today is found in Google Search and Discover. It entered beta earlier this year, and version 1.0 is now available.

There are various templates, while Google partnered with Unsplash to provide…


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The 7 Best CMS + Website-Building WordPress Alternatives

When it comes to powering your online business, selecting the right content management system (CMS) is essential.

A content management system is a type of software that allows you to develop, manage, and publish web content without technical knowledge. Typically, it requires a third-party host and empowers you to customize and control your website.

However, choosing the right CMS isn’t as easy as comparing prices. To provide the best customer experience on your own website, you should consider your business’s main goals and necessary functionality.

For example, if you rely on written…


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Matt Mullenweg Clarifies Jamstack Remarks – WordPress Tavern

Two weeks ago, Matt Mullenweg made some pointed remarks in an article from The New Stack, calling Jamstack “a regression for the vast majority of the people adopting it.” In preparation for an upcoming article that will include comments from leaders across both the WordPress and Jamstack communities, I asked Mullenweg if he stands by his remarks characterizing Jamstack as a regression. His response was lengthy and is printed here in its entirety to preserve cohesion.

Q: Do you stand by your remarks that Jamstack is a regression for the vast majority of the people adopting…


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