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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How ManageWP Helped Us Scale Our Service Plans

Working in web design and development is challenging. Project-based revenue means unpredictable cash flow and near impossible forecasting for most web agencies.

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How to Manually Restore a WordPress Website From a Backup (In 5 Steps)

In the WordPress community, the importance of regular website backups is stressed routinely. Still, many people don’t realize just how critical they are until they’re dealing with a broken site.

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4 Tips for Connecting With Current and Prospective Clients via Social Media

You probably already know that social media can be a useful tool for helping companies grow. The problem lies in figuring out how you can use it to build meaningful connections, and find more prospects for your development business. Where do you even start?

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5 Ways to Make Your WordPress Development Business More Profitable

As the largest open source Content Management System (CMS) in the world, WordPress offers nearly endless opportunities for developers. The trick to starting a WordPress development business is figuring out how to make your work profitable.

The post 5 Ways to Make Your WordPress Development Business More Profitable appeared first on ManageWP.

A Developer’s Guide to Dealing With Difficult Clients

Your clients are what keeps your business afloat. However, dealing with them isn’t always the easiest part of your job. Between confusing or vague feedback and battles about budget, dealing with difficult clients can be enough to make you want to call it quits.

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How ManageWP Helped Us Scale Our Service Plans

Working in web design and development is challenging. Project-based revenue means unpredictable cash flow and near impossible forecasting for most web agencies.

The post How ManageWP Helped Us Scale Our Service Plans appeared first on ManageWP.

How to Manually Restore a WordPress Website From a Backup (In 5 Steps)

In the WordPress community, the importance of regular website backups is stressed routinely. Still, many people don’t realize just how critical they are until they’re dealing with a broken site.

The post How to Manually Restore a WordPress Website From a Backup (In 5 Steps) appeared first on ManageWP.

4 Tips for Connecting With Current and Prospective Clients via Social Media

You probably already know that social media can be a useful tool for helping companies grow. The problem lies in figuring out how you can use it to build meaningful connections, and find more prospects for your development business. Where do you even start?

The post 4 Tips for Connecting With Current and Prospective Clients via Social Media appeared first on ManageWP.

5 Ways to Make Your WordPress Development Business More Profitable

As the largest open source Content Management System (CMS) in the world, WordPress offers nearly endless opportunities for developers. The trick to starting a WordPress development business is figuring out how to make your work profitable.

The post 5 Ways to Make Your WordPress Development Business More Profitable appeared first on ManageWP.

A Developer’s Guide to Dealing With Difficult Clients

Your clients are what keeps your business afloat. However, dealing with them isn’t always the easiest part of your job. Between confusing or vague feedback and battles about budget, dealing with difficult clients can be enough to make you want to call it quits.

The post A Developer’s Guide to Dealing With Difficult Clients appeared first on ManageWP.

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How ManageWP Helped Us Scale Our Service Plans

Working in web design and development is challenging. Project-based revenue means unpredictable cash flow and near impossible forecasting for most web agencies.

The post How ManageWP Helped Us Scale Our Service Plans appeared first on ManageWP.

How to Manually Restore a WordPress Website From a Backup (In 5 Steps)

In the WordPress community, the importance of regular website backups is stressed routinely. Still, many people don’t realize just how critical they are until they’re dealing with a broken site.

The post How to Manually Restore a WordPress Website From a Backup (In 5 Steps) appeared first on ManageWP.

4 Tips for Connecting With Current and Prospective Clients via Social Media

You probably already know that social media can be a useful tool for helping companies grow. The problem lies in figuring out how you can use it to build meaningful connections, and find more prospects for your development business. Where do you even start?

The post 4 Tips for Connecting With Current and Prospective Clients via Social Media appeared first on ManageWP.

5 Ways to Make Your WordPress Development Business More Profitable

As the largest open source Content Management System (CMS) in the world, WordPress offers nearly endless opportunities for developers. The trick to starting a WordPress development business is figuring out how to make your work profitable.

The post 5 Ways to Make Your WordPress Development Business More Profitable appeared first on ManageWP.

A Developer’s Guide to Dealing With Difficult Clients

Your clients are what keeps your business afloat. However, dealing with them isn’t always the easiest part of your job. Between confusing or vague feedback and battles about budget, dealing with difficult clients can be enough to make you want to call it quits.

The post A Developer’s Guide to Dealing With Difficult Clients appeared first on ManageWP.

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How ManageWP Helped Us Scale Our Service Plans

Working in web design and development is challenging. Project-based revenue means unpredictable cash flow and near impossible forecasting for most web agencies.

The post How ManageWP Helped Us Scale Our Service Plans appeared first on ManageWP.

How to Manually Restore a WordPress Website From a Backup (In 5 Steps)

In the WordPress community, the importance of regular website backups is stressed routinely. Still, many people don’t realize just how critical they are until they’re dealing with a broken site.

The post How to Manually Restore a WordPress Website From a Backup (In 5 Steps) appeared first on ManageWP.

4 Tips for Connecting With Current and Prospective Clients via Social Media

You probably already know that social media can be a useful tool for helping companies grow. The problem lies in figuring out how you can use it to build meaningful connections, and find more prospects for your development business. Where do you even start?

The post 4 Tips for Connecting With Current and Prospective Clients via Social Media appeared first on ManageWP.

5 Ways to Make Your WordPress Development Business More Profitable

As the largest open source Content Management System (CMS) in the world, WordPress offers nearly endless opportunities for developers. The trick to starting a WordPress development business is figuring out how to make your work profitable.

The post 5 Ways to Make Your WordPress Development Business More Profitable appeared first on ManageWP.

A Developer’s Guide to Dealing With Difficult Clients

Your clients are what keeps your business afloat. However, dealing with them isn’t always the easiest part of your job. Between confusing or vague feedback and battles about budget, dealing with difficult clients can be enough to make you want to call it quits.

The post A Developer’s Guide to Dealing With Difficult Clients appeared first on ManageWP.

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How ManageWP Helped Us Scale Our Service Plans

Working in web design and development is challenging. Project-based revenue means unpredictable cash flow and near impossible forecasting for most web agencies.

The post How ManageWP Helped Us Scale Our Service Plans appeared first on ManageWP.

How to Manually Restore a WordPress Website From a Backup (In 5 Steps)

In the WordPress community, the importance of regular website backups is stressed routinely. Still, many people don’t realize just how critical they are until they’re dealing with a broken site.

The post How to Manually Restore a WordPress Website From a Backup (In 5 Steps) appeared first on ManageWP.

4 Tips for Connecting With Current and Prospective Clients via Social Media

You probably already know that social media can be a useful tool for helping companies grow. The problem lies in figuring out how you can use it to build meaningful connections, and find more prospects for your development business. Where do you even start?

The post 4 Tips for Connecting With Current and Prospective Clients via Social Media appeared first on ManageWP.

5 Ways to Make Your WordPress Development Business More Profitable

As the largest open source Content Management System (CMS) in the world, WordPress offers nearly endless opportunities for developers. The trick to starting a WordPress development business is figuring out how to make your work profitable.

The post 5 Ways to Make Your WordPress Development Business More Profitable appeared first on ManageWP.

A Developer’s Guide to Dealing With Difficult Clients

Your clients are what keeps your business afloat. However, dealing with them isn’t always the easiest part of your job. Between confusing or vague feedback and battles about budget, dealing with difficult clients can be enough to make you want to call it quits.

The post A Developer’s Guide to Dealing With Difficult Clients appeared first on ManageWP.


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How ManageWP Helped Us Scale Our Service Plans

By Brooks Manleyon December 3, 2019Source: ManageWP

Working in web design and development is challenging. Project-based revenue means unpredictable cash flow and near impossible forecasting for most web agencies. The post How ManageWP Helped Us Scale ORead more

How to Manually Restore a WordPress Website From a Backup (In 5 Steps)

By Will Morrison November 26, 2019Source: ManageWP

In the WordPress community, the importance of regular website backups is stressed routinely. Still, many people don’t realize just how critical they are until they’re dealing with a broken site. The pRead 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