As the world wide web continues to evolve and grow, more people are on the Internet than ever before. According to research done by world bank, in the year 2000, only 6.78% of the world’s population was connected to the Internet. In 2005 that number rose to 15.87% and in the year 2010 that number grew to 30.48%.
Facebook, one of the most popular websites in the internet has reached over 500 million registered users. With the continual growth of the internet and the speed of how things change, let’s look at 7 key concepts that will continually ring true for WordPress design in the future.
Why choose a framework based WordPress theme? There are many reasons. If you are a web designer that works for a company, or if you own a business, or if you want to get your feet wet in the world of web design as a student, then you need to know the benefits of using a professional framework based theme for your WordPress site.
In this article we’re going to talk about WordPress frameworks, understanding how frameworks are used, and how frameworks are built using modern web standards. Let’s start with the basics.
WordPress, has become the platform of choice for millions of domains across the Internet. From the 12 year old’s blog in a third world country, all the way up to being used by CNN, ESPN and many other main stream companies, WordPress has definitely surged ahead as the people’s choice.
According to the WordPress Wikipedia page, WordPress is being used by more than 14.7% of the top 1 Million Websites, and off all new websites that come online each year, 22% of those sites are being implemented using WordPress in some shape or form.
With 18,000 plugins and growing, hundreds, if not thousands of themes that a free and for profit, running and managing a WordPress site has become complex. With complexity of any site, the speed of the site tends to slow down. It’s not uncommon to see page load times creep past 10 seconds, which may become a death sentence in the world of the Internet. In this article we’re going to take a look at seven ways to speed up your WordPress blog.