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ThemeForest Adds A WordPress Theme Sale Section here’s my review of it. This review will cover the new section on Themforest called the WordPress theme sale, I will go ever the good and the bad pertaining to this latest addition. Those of you who follow ThemeForest, or like a bargain or two, may well have... [Read More]

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I’ve made some wholesale changes to WPin, the directory is now gone, from now on all themes/plugins that I think are worth a mention will be mentioned in a post format, not a product format. I’ve ditched WooCommerce as it was too cumbersome for me, considering I was using it purely for a product directory, […]

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You know every now and again a WordPress theme comes along and you think WOW, I didn’t even know there was a market for that. Weird niche themes, like themes for paintball companies etc. Well, I came across this puppy, I didn’t even know there was a market for this: Kings & Queens A Medieval […]

The post What’s The Weirdest Niche WordPress Theme? Here’s Mine appeared first on WPin.me.

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There’s no denying it WordPress has grown exponentially the last few years. In fact it’s powering a vast majority of the web as we speak. That being said it’s no wonder the big brands are using WordPress to convey their new products, events and of course opinions. Call it a morbid curiosity if you will, but […]

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I used to do these posts a while ago, the old monthly roundup. I thought I might start it up again as a way to benchmark my progress and to show others how the blog is progressing if of course, people care to note. So this is the first post in a monthly series, it […]

The post April 2018 On WPin.me Web Traffic Results & More appeared first on WPin.me.

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A Customer review of Kinsta Managed WordPress Hosting I’ve been with Kinsta 3 months now and I thought I’d share with you my findings and how it fairs. I’m a newbie when it comes to web hosting but that didn’t stop me from staying with the same web hosting company for an absolute age. Better […]

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I used to have a WordPress bookmarking site called WhatWP.com, which incidentally is now redirected to WPin. I made the decision to consolidate my portfolio of sites into WPin, it’s made things easier for me. From an administration point of view alone. The beauty of WhatWP was it allowed fellow WordPress users, to submit interesting […]

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After I wrote war an peace on my review of the Gutenberg editor, I thought I’d switch things up with a quick tutorial. One I think will benefit fellow bloggers. Some of you may or may not know about this, to those who know fair-play, to those who don’t, read on. Website screenshots awesome right? […]

The post How To Take Screenshots In A WordPress Blog Post. Save Time With This Tip appeared first on WPin.me.

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