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I decided to go through some existing WordPress.org plugins and see if I could spot some common characteristics of popular plugins. Using publicly available data available for these plugins, I have analyzed 18,087 plugins and decided to share my findings. This might be useful to plugin developers and marketers.
Yes, this is yet another post about the infamous Gutenberg plugin. No, this post is a little different from all the other ones. Onward!
You don’t have to be a tech giant like Amazon or BestBuy to setup an online store of your own. Using a simple WordPress website and the WooCommerce plugin, you can easily build your own online store to sell your crafts and products to your loyal audience. Whether it’s branded […]
WordPress version 4.2 came with a small surprise for many website owners and theme developers: WordPress will automatically load emojis in the header of the website with no easy way to disable them. Generally this is not a big deal, but when you are trying to optimize a website as […]