For the past 7 years, sliders (or carousels if you want) are something almost every website has. It’s a common practice. Something that we are all used to. It’s the first thing your visitor is going to see on your website. It’s make-it-or-break-it moment. The slider images has to make an excellent first impression or you are going to lose your visitor forever.
You might have already clicked through our medical WordPress theme for clinics and private doctors – MedicPress – and if you didn’t, don’t worry, you can do it now. I will show you behind the scene process of adding a new feature in our theme. In this particular case, we will take a look at the special dropdown menu showcasing the doctors.
Today I’m proud to announce that ConsultPress is the first of our themes to have official support for Caldera Forms and all its add-ons. As soon as you upgrade to ConsultPress
v1.2.0 you can start using Caldera Forms with confidence that the style of your forms will match the theme’s look & feel and all the functionality will work flawlessly.
In February we’ve updated 5 of our themes and made altogether 11 releases. Let’s briefly go through all the updates we’ve made.
How to create a WordPress-powered local business websites that bring results and get you more clients?
When providing support to and talking to our themes buyers, I’ve noticed that lots of web agencies, SEO consultants, and online marketers are facing common issues when setting up WordPress website for their clients. That’s why I wanted to reach out to some of the people who are very successful at their work, use our themes, and ask them what’s the secret ingredient for their success. One of these people is Santiago Peña.
My first interaction with Santiago dates back to March 2015. He was a customer of ours back then already and needed some technical help. We kept in touch and I noticed that he’s coming back for more themes and that his portfolio of websites for local small businesses he has built is getting larger. Last month I reached out to him and asked him a couple of questions about his work.