Ditty RSS Ticker

Ditty RSS Ticker allows you to create a dynamic display of unlimited RSS feeds on your site with a multitude of settings. Display feeds in a scroller, rotator, list, or widget. Please refer to the Ditty RSS Ticker help page for in depth descriptions of all settings.

Note: By default there are very few css styles applied to tickers. There have been additional css styles applied to the tickers below.

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5 New WordPress Features to Get Excited About

WordPress is constantly changing and evolving. However, it’s easy to get caught up in your day-to-day and miss some important announcements and releases intended to help make managing your site easier.

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4 Ways to Minimize HTTPS Requests in WordPress

Your users’ browsers make dozens if not hundreds of requests every time they visit one of your webpages. Each load over either HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) or HyperText Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS), and impacts your site’s performance.

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Your Quick Guide to Google Site Kit

As a WordPress developer, you probably rely on several tools to manage your clients’ websites. Google products have long been a go-to for webmasters, helping with everything from Search Engine Optimization (SEO) to analytics reports. However, manually pulling information that’s spread across multiple platforms isn’t efficient.

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5 Tips for Freelance Developers Who Want to Find Quality Clients

Freelancing is becoming an increasingly popular career path for developers. Working as a freelancer has many advantages, such as being your own boss and making your own schedule. However, it also comes with its fair share of challenges. One of the biggest obstacles is finding new clients.

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A Primer On WordPress’ Image Formats of the Future

Recently, Google webmaster analysts explained that Image Search will soon evolve in a way that will influence how we approach media file optimization. To summarize, it’s going to become increasingly important to prioritize next-gen formats.

The post A Primer On WordPress’ Image Formats of the Future appeared first on ManageWP.

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5 New WordPress Features to Get Excited About

WordPress is constantly changing and evolving. However, it’s easy to get caught up in your day-to-day and miss some important announcements and releases intended to help make managing your site easier.

The post 5 New WordPress Features to Get Excited About appeared first on ManageWP.

4 Ways to Minimize HTTPS Requests in WordPress

Your users’ browsers make dozens if not hundreds of requests every time they visit one of your webpages. Each load over either HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) or HyperText Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS), and impacts your site’s performance.

The post 4 Ways to Minimize HTTPS Requests in WordPress appeared first on ManageWP.

Your Quick Guide to Google Site Kit

As a WordPress developer, you probably rely on several tools to manage your clients’ websites. Google products have long been a go-to for webmasters, helping with everything from Search Engine Optimization (SEO) to analytics reports. However, manually pulling information that’s spread across multiple platforms isn’t efficient.

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5 Tips for Freelance Developers Who Want to Find Quality Clients

Freelancing is becoming an increasingly popular career path for developers. Working as a freelancer has many advantages, such as being your own boss and making your own schedule. However, it also comes with its fair share of challenges. One of the biggest obstacles is finding new clients.

The post 5 Tips for Freelance Developers Who Want to Find Quality Clients appeared first on ManageWP.

A Primer On WordPress’ Image Formats of the Future

Recently, Google webmaster analysts explained that Image Search will soon evolve in a way that will influence how we approach media file optimization. To summarize, it’s going to become increasingly important to prioritize next-gen formats.

The post A Primer On WordPress’ Image Formats of the Future appeared first on ManageWP.

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5 New WordPress Features to Get Excited About

WordPress is constantly changing and evolving. However, it’s easy to get caught up in your day-to-day and miss some important announcements and releases intended to help make managing your site easier.

The post 5 New WordPress Features to Get Excited About appeared first on ManageWP.

4 Ways to Minimize HTTPS Requests in WordPress

Your users’ browsers make dozens if not hundreds of requests every time they visit one of your webpages. Each load over either HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) or HyperText Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS), and impacts your site’s performance.

The post 4 Ways to Minimize HTTPS Requests in WordPress appeared first on ManageWP.

Your Quick Guide to Google Site Kit

As a WordPress developer, you probably rely on several tools to manage your clients’ websites. Google products have long been a go-to for webmasters, helping with everything from Search Engine Optimization (SEO) to analytics reports. However, manually pulling information that’s spread across multiple platforms isn’t efficient.

The post Your Quick Guide to Google Site Kit appeared first on ManageWP.

5 Tips for Freelance Developers Who Want to Find Quality Clients

Freelancing is becoming an increasingly popular career path for developers. Working as a freelancer has many advantages, such as being your own boss and making your own schedule. However, it also comes with its fair share of challenges. One of the biggest obstacles is finding new clients.

The post 5 Tips for Freelance Developers Who Want to Find Quality Clients appeared first on ManageWP.

A Primer On WordPress’ Image Formats of the Future

Recently, Google webmaster analysts explained that Image Search will soon evolve in a way that will influence how we approach media file optimization. To summarize, it’s going to become increasingly important to prioritize next-gen formats.

The post A Primer On WordPress’ Image Formats of the Future appeared first on ManageWP.

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5 New WordPress Features to Get Excited About

WordPress is constantly changing and evolving. However, it’s easy to get caught up in your day-to-day and miss some important announcements and releases intended to help make managing your site easier.

The post 5 New WordPress Features to Get Excited About appeared first on ManageWP.

4 Ways to Minimize HTTPS Requests in WordPress

Your users’ browsers make dozens if not hundreds of requests every time they visit one of your webpages. Each load over either HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) or HyperText Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS), and impacts your site’s performance.

The post 4 Ways to Minimize HTTPS Requests in WordPress appeared first on ManageWP.

Your Quick Guide to Google Site Kit

As a WordPress developer, you probably rely on several tools to manage your clients’ websites. Google products have long been a go-to for webmasters, helping with everything from Search Engine Optimization (SEO) to analytics reports. However, manually pulling information that’s spread across multiple platforms isn’t efficient.

The post Your Quick Guide to Google Site Kit appeared first on ManageWP.

5 Tips for Freelance Developers Who Want to Find Quality Clients

Freelancing is becoming an increasingly popular career path for developers. Working as a freelancer has many advantages, such as being your own boss and making your own schedule. However, it also comes with its fair share of challenges. One of the biggest obstacles is finding new clients.

The post 5 Tips for Freelance Developers Who Want to Find Quality Clients appeared first on ManageWP.

A Primer On WordPress’ Image Formats of the Future

Recently, Google webmaster analysts explained that Image Search will soon evolve in a way that will influence how we approach media file optimization. To summarize, it’s going to become increasingly important to prioritize next-gen formats.

The post A Primer On WordPress’ Image Formats of the Future appeared first on ManageWP.

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5 New WordPress Features to Get Excited About

WordPress is constantly changing and evolving. However, it’s easy to get caught up in your day-to-day and miss some important announcements and releases intended to help make managing your site easier.

The post 5 New WordPress Features to Get Excited About appeared first on ManageWP.

4 Ways to Minimize HTTPS Requests in WordPress

Your users’ browsers make dozens if not hundreds of requests every time they visit one of your webpages. Each load over either HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) or HyperText Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS), and impacts your site’s performance.

The post 4 Ways to Minimize HTTPS Requests in WordPress appeared first on ManageWP.

Your Quick Guide to Google Site Kit

As a WordPress developer, you probably rely on several tools to manage your clients’ websites. Google products have long been a go-to for webmasters, helping with everything from Search Engine Optimization (SEO) to analytics reports. However, manually pulling information that’s spread across multiple platforms isn’t efficient.

The post Your Quick Guide to Google Site Kit appeared first on ManageWP.

5 Tips for Freelance Developers Who Want to Find Quality Clients

Freelancing is becoming an increasingly popular career path for developers. Working as a freelancer has many advantages, such as being your own boss and making your own schedule. However, it also comes with its fair share of challenges. One of the biggest obstacles is finding new clients.

The post 5 Tips for Freelance Developers Who Want to Find Quality Clients appeared first on ManageWP.

A Primer On WordPress’ Image Formats of the Future

Recently, Google webmaster analysts explained that Image Search will soon evolve in a way that will influence how we approach media file optimization. To summarize, it’s going to become increasingly important to prioritize next-gen formats.

The post A Primer On WordPress’ Image Formats of the Future appeared first on ManageWP.


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5 New WordPress Features to Get Excited About

By Will Morrison March 24, 2020Source: ManageWP

WordPress is constantly changing and evolving. However, it’s easy to get caught up in your day-to-day and miss some important announcements and releases intended to help make managing your siteRead more

4 Ways to Minimize HTTPS Requests in WordPress

By Will Morrison March 17, 2020Source: ManageWP

Your users’ browsers make dozens if not hundreds of requests every time they visit one of your webpages. Each load over either HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) or HyperText Transfer Protocol SRead more

6 iPhone 6 Photo Mockups (PSD)

By Ormanon October 29, 2015Source: Premium Pixels

Today's freebie is a set of 6 iPhone 6 photo mockups. Perfect for presenting your app, theme or website is a realistic manner. View the full preview to see the different mockups.RSS Subscribers: CheckRead more

Mini Mail Application (PSD)

By Ormanon June 19, 2013Source: Premium Pixels

Today's freebie is a pixel-perfect mini mail application mockup from Romanian designer Ionut Zamfir. The execution on this piece is outstanding, I'm sure you'll agree.RSS Subscribers: Check out the fuRead more