Adding Responsive Tables to Your Website

Some data just needs to be shown in tables. That’s all there is to it. When tabular data needs to be viewed on mobile devices, responsive tables are needed. Making tables responsive has never been easy. In fact, creating responsive tables has always been a hassle for web developers. Oh, sure … it’s easy enough for the web designers to lay out a responsive table and tell us how they wish it would look, but actually building responsive tables that look great and are user friendly isn’t that simple. While trolling around the internet for stories about WordPress website development, we found a blog on Sitepoint that recommends the Timetable Responsive Schedule Plugin for WordPress as an alternative to consider. (more…)

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What’s Coming in WordPress 4.1 (Features and Screenshots)

Nearly two months ago WordPress 4.0 was released. It came with tons of new improvements like an enhanced post editor, improved internationalization support, embed previews, etc. WordPress 4.1 is expected to be released in the second week of December, 2014. It is coming with lots of changes and a new default theme. In this article, we will show you what’s coming in WordPress 4.1 with features and screenshots. You can test the beta version on your computer or in a staging environment by using the WordPress Beta Tester plugin.

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Jetpack Omni Search Versus Google Custom Search

Jetpack is a great plugin which I use and recommend. Another version is Slim Jetpack which enables most features except for the ones which need to connect to the servers. Jetpack have just released a new feature named Omni Search. It basically searches everything on your WordPress installation including posts, pages, comments and plugins.

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Why Choose WordPress to Power (Part of) your SaaS

Software as a Service (SaaS) is a hot topic of conversation. And increasingly WordPress has become involved in this discussion. Here, we will look at specific reasons why you may want to consider using WordPress to power your SaaS — or perhaps power part of your SaaS. But before we dig in, what on earth does SaaS mean?

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