Friday, 13 September 2019

See How to Add a Search Bar to WordPress Menu (Step by Step)

Do you want to add a search bar to your WordPress navigation menu?
By default, WordPress lets you add a search section on your website sidebar, footer, and other widget-ready areas. However, many users prefer to have the WordPress search box in the navigation menu because it is easily noticeable on the top.

See The 12 Best WordPress Donation and Fundraising Plugins (2019)

Are you looking for the best WordPress donation plugins?
Collecting online donations is a very effective way to raise funds for a non-profits, charities, relief funds, and special causes.

See Easy Way to Create an Auto Loan / Car Payment Calculator in WordPress

Do you want to create an auto loan or car payment calculator in WordPress?
If you are in the car dealership business, then adding an auto loan payment calculator on your website can help increase sales.

See How to Allow Users to Report Inappropriate Comments in WordPress 2019

One of the best part about Facebook groups is that it allows users to report inappropriate comments. This allows admins and moderators to easily remove offensive, rude, and hurtful comments from the group. Wouldn’t it be nice if WordPress had a solution that allowed users to report inappropriate comments?
In this article, we will show you how to crowdsource comment moderation by allowing users to report inappropriate comments in WordPress.

Thursday, 12 September 2019

Check Out How to Sell Digital Products Online with Google Drive and PayPal


The web has made it incredibly easy for anyone to sell digital products directly to customers through websites, social media, and email newsletters. You can sell PDF ebooks, MP3 music, photos, software apps, gift cards, license keys, coupon codes, website templates, fonts, graphics, video courses, and many more downloadable files.

See How You Can Easily Copy Draft Emails in Gmail


You have composed a draft email inside Gmail and would like to send the same message to multiple people, but separately. The subject, the email body, the attachments are common and the only thing that differs between each message is the recipient’s email address.