Let’s face it, you can build almost any kind of website using WordPress even though I disagree to say it is always the most ideal. However I cannot deny the fact that it truly is the most favored CMS/blogging platform in the past 5 years, supported by an almost infinite numbers of plugins and regular… Continue reading
In search for a Magento Developer to join West of May team.
Information regarding job role and description, please click here.
Kindly share if you know anyone who would be interested.
Soon after I had written about creating MailChimp Sign Up Form with PHP, jQuery and AJAX, I realized something was missing. Most of you probably also need a nice page template to display your coming soon page. I have selected some really nice ones, all are free of course and have email subscription form so… Continue reading
Looking for a nice portfolio from Indonesian industrial designer? Check out Max’s, a good colleague from my days in Bluelounge.
If you use a Mac and want to start playing around with your Android device, either to unlock the bootloader, install custom ROM, or create a backup image, you will need these two tools: ADB and Fastboot. Both are part of Android SDK which is provided for free by Google. There is one problem though:… Continue reading
I have written simple comparison of Flat File CMS. Last year I also wrote about choosing ProcessWire over WordPress, while at the same time I still use WordPress to power my blog. Obviously I do not like to stick with one CMS for all of my projects. I believe you need to understand the scope… Continue reading
I am pretty sure I have mentioned somewhere in this blog or tweets of how I love MailChimp or and would recommend it for any business that wants to seriously untap their email marketing potential. You can start with zero investment and only start paying when you are completely confident it is very worthy. MailChimp… Continue reading
Jimi is a simple device that will allow you to remove the constant problem you face when using an iMac: reaching to the back to plug your USB peripheral.
Available now on Bluelounge website for $14.95.
Option 1: From WP Admin Options http://yoursiteurl.com/wp-admin/options.php Look for image_default_link_type and change its value to ‘none’ Option 2: From Theme’s functions.php Add this line: update_option(‘image_default_link_type’,’none’);
FancyBox has been my number one preference when I need to implement a jQuery-based lightbox on any web page I am working on. It is the most customizable and extensible jQuery plugin for this function. Since version 2.0, it also introduced a concept of ‘helpers’ to reduce the size of the main JS file and… Continue reading
There is no denying, Amazon is the global leader as retail e-commerce company. With operations based mainly in United States and independent marketplaces in Europe, they have established very strong ground to the biggest markets. How about Asia, which has been proven to be harder to penetrate? Also other countries that is currently unreachable directly…. Continue reading
Some developers claim 2014 will be the year of Flat File (or Non-Database) CMS. Personally I do not believe it will replace database-powered CMS anytime soon. To me they have different target users and main functions. If you are comparing of building a custom CMS vs using one of these CMS then it makes sense,… Continue reading
UPDATE: I was recently suggested to use WiFi Transfer instead, which I agree is as good or better if you plan to copy more than one photo. For years I have been trying to find the most efficient way to be able to quickly take photos using my iPhone and then send them to my… Continue reading
Recently I faced a challenge when I had to import years worth of posts from a client’s old WordPress installation to a new one using WP’s Export/Import modules. The first step to export the posts into WordPress eXtended RSS or WXR was easy enough, but whenever I tried to import it to the new blog,… Continue reading
This morning I received a message on my LinkedIn inbox from a Community Builder at G2 Crowd. It is a startup for reviewing business software, by real users. Just last week I had stumbled into TrustRadius which generally has the same concept, so it got my attention. My take of it? It’s great. With new… Continue reading
First of all, do not get it wrong. “Transaction email” here does not refer to only financial transactions. Quoting from MailChimp blog post: …think of it as “anything that isn’t bulk“. Basically, it is email sent to an individual based on some action. In my own words related to e-commerce, transaction emails are all notification… Continue reading
So you are ready to sell your products online. You understand about managing e-commerce business in general and comes the big question: which platform should you choose? If you browse through the web, you can easily find dozens of solid e-commerce/shopping cart platforms to choose. If you look to the forums for a suggestion, you… Continue reading
OK, I am going to be honest here. I used WordPress for Bluelounge’s Knowledge Base (KB) section, but it has been replaced with Zendesk‘s KB functions for a while now. So when Creative Bloq featured Bluelounge website as one of 35 great examples of WordPress websites, it is not entirely accurate. Nevertheless, thank you Creative… Continue reading
After a few delays, we are finally releasing the BIG and long-waited update of our ever-popular MiniDock with Lightning connector.