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.

Scrolling Ticker Samples


Rotating Ticker Samples

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WordPress Multisite vs. Multiple Sites

As an online business owner who owns several WordPress websites, I know how important it is to try to work as efficiently as possible. This not only saves you time but also helps you scale your business and generate more revenue, without all the unnecessary headaches.

The post WordPress Multisite vs. Multiple Sites appeared first on ManageWP.

Excitement of WordCamp Europe 2018

This year’s WordCamp Europe was held in Belgrade, the home town of the ManageWP team. We had the huge pleasure of being a good host, and opening our office for friends, users and members of the WordPress community.

The post Excitement of WordCamp Europe 2018 appeared first on ManageWP.

How to Get an SSL Certificate and Install It on Your WordPress Site

You know you need SSL certificates to encrypt the exchange of information between your website and your visitors. This guide will teach you how to get an SSL certificate, where to get one from, and how to install it on your WordPress site.

The post How to Get an SSL Certificate and Install It on Your WordPress Site appeared first on ManageWP.

May and June 2018 release notes

While our developers were working on GDPR and a few new great features that will all be released soon (hold tight, we got some huge things coming) we did work on some smaller improvements that can make your user experience even more awesome.

The post May and June 2018 release notes appeared first on ManageWP.

Not All SSL Certificates Are Made Equal: How to Choose the Right One

Last week, I wrote about what SSL certificates are, how they work, and why you need one for your WordPress website. But now we need to look at how to go about choosing the right kind of SSL certificate.

The post Not All SSL Certificates Are Made Equal: How to Choose the Right One appeared first on ManageWP.

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WordPress Multisite vs. Multiple Sites

As an online business owner who owns several WordPress websites, I know how important it is to try to work as efficiently as possible. This not only saves you time but also helps you scale your business and generate more revenue, without all the unnecessary headaches.

The post WordPress Multisite vs. Multiple Sites appeared first on ManageWP.

Excitement of WordCamp Europe 2018

This year’s WordCamp Europe was held in Belgrade, the home town of the ManageWP team. We had the huge pleasure of being a good host, and opening our office for friends, users and members of the WordPress community.

The post Excitement of WordCamp Europe 2018 appeared first on ManageWP.

How to Get an SSL Certificate and Install It on Your WordPress Site

You know you need SSL certificates to encrypt the exchange of information between your website and your visitors. This guide will teach you how to get an SSL certificate, where to get one from, and how to install it on your WordPress site.

The post How to Get an SSL Certificate and Install It on Your WordPress Site appeared first on ManageWP.

May and June 2018 release notes

While our developers were working on GDPR and a few new great features that will all be released soon (hold tight, we got some huge things coming) we did work on some smaller improvements that can make your user experience even more awesome.

The post May and June 2018 release notes appeared first on ManageWP.

Not All SSL Certificates Are Made Equal: How to Choose the Right One

Last week, I wrote about what SSL certificates are, how they work, and why you need one for your WordPress website. But now we need to look at how to go about choosing the right kind of SSL certificate.

The post Not All SSL Certificates Are Made Equal: How to Choose the Right One appeared first on ManageWP.

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WordPress Multisite vs. Multiple Sites

As an online business owner who owns several WordPress websites, I know how important it is to try to work as efficiently as possible. This not only saves you time but also helps you scale your business and generate more revenue, without all the unnecessary headaches.

The post WordPress Multisite vs. Multiple Sites appeared first on ManageWP.

Excitement of WordCamp Europe 2018

This year’s WordCamp Europe was held in Belgrade, the home town of the ManageWP team. We had the huge pleasure of being a good host, and opening our office for friends, users and members of the WordPress community.

The post Excitement of WordCamp Europe 2018 appeared first on ManageWP.

How to Get an SSL Certificate and Install It on Your WordPress Site

You know you need SSL certificates to encrypt the exchange of information between your website and your visitors. This guide will teach you how to get an SSL certificate, where to get one from, and how to install it on your WordPress site.

The post How to Get an SSL Certificate and Install It on Your WordPress Site appeared first on ManageWP.

May and June 2018 release notes

While our developers were working on GDPR and a few new great features that will all be released soon (hold tight, we got some huge things coming) we did work on some smaller improvements that can make your user experience even more awesome.

The post May and June 2018 release notes appeared first on ManageWP.

Not All SSL Certificates Are Made Equal: How to Choose the Right One

Last week, I wrote about what SSL certificates are, how they work, and why you need one for your WordPress website. But now we need to look at how to go about choosing the right kind of SSL certificate.

The post Not All SSL Certificates Are Made Equal: How to Choose the Right One appeared first on ManageWP.

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WordPress Multisite vs. Multiple Sites

As an online business owner who owns several WordPress websites, I know how important it is to try to work as efficiently as possible. This not only saves you time but also helps you scale your business and generate more revenue, without all the unnecessary headaches.

The post WordPress Multisite vs. Multiple Sites appeared first on ManageWP.

Excitement of WordCamp Europe 2018

This year’s WordCamp Europe was held in Belgrade, the home town of the ManageWP team. We had the huge pleasure of being a good host, and opening our office for friends, users and members of the WordPress community.

The post Excitement of WordCamp Europe 2018 appeared first on ManageWP.

How to Get an SSL Certificate and Install It on Your WordPress Site

You know you need SSL certificates to encrypt the exchange of information between your website and your visitors. This guide will teach you how to get an SSL certificate, where to get one from, and how to install it on your WordPress site.

The post How to Get an SSL Certificate and Install It on Your WordPress Site appeared first on ManageWP.

May and June 2018 release notes

While our developers were working on GDPR and a few new great features that will all be released soon (hold tight, we got some huge things coming) we did work on some smaller improvements that can make your user experience even more awesome.

The post May and June 2018 release notes appeared first on ManageWP.

Not All SSL Certificates Are Made Equal: How to Choose the Right One

Last week, I wrote about what SSL certificates are, how they work, and why you need one for your WordPress website. But now we need to look at how to go about choosing the right kind of SSL certificate.

The post Not All SSL Certificates Are Made Equal: How to Choose the Right One appeared first on ManageWP.

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WordPress Multisite vs. Multiple Sites

As an online business owner who owns several WordPress websites, I know how important it is to try to work as efficiently as possible. This not only saves you time but also helps you scale your business and generate more revenue, without all the unnecessary headaches.

The post WordPress Multisite vs. Multiple Sites appeared first on ManageWP.

Excitement of WordCamp Europe 2018

This year’s WordCamp Europe was held in Belgrade, the home town of the ManageWP team. We had the huge pleasure of being a good host, and opening our office for friends, users and members of the WordPress community.

The post Excitement of WordCamp Europe 2018 appeared first on ManageWP.

How to Get an SSL Certificate and Install It on Your WordPress Site

You know you need SSL certificates to encrypt the exchange of information between your website and your visitors. This guide will teach you how to get an SSL certificate, where to get one from, and how to install it on your WordPress site.

The post How to Get an SSL Certificate and Install It on Your WordPress Site appeared first on ManageWP.

May and June 2018 release notes

While our developers were working on GDPR and a few new great features that will all be released soon (hold tight, we got some huge things coming) we did work on some smaller improvements that can make your user experience even more awesome.

The post May and June 2018 release notes appeared first on ManageWP.

Not All SSL Certificates Are Made Equal: How to Choose the Right One

Last week, I wrote about what SSL certificates are, how they work, and why you need one for your WordPress website. But now we need to look at how to go about choosing the right kind of SSL certificate.

The post Not All SSL Certificates Are Made Equal: How to Choose the Right One appeared first on ManageWP.


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WordPress Multisite vs. Multiple Sites

By Lindsay Liedkeon July 17, 2018Source: ManageWP

As an online business owner who owns several WordPress websites, I know how important it is to try to work as efficiently as possible. This not only saves you time but also helps you scale your busineRead more

Excitement of WordCamp Europe 2018

By Marko Tanaskovicon July 12, 2018Source: ManageWP

This year’s WordCamp Europe was held in Belgrade, the home town of the ManageWP team. We had the huge pleasure of being a good host, and opening our office for friends, users and members of the WordPrRead more

How to Get an SSL Certificate and Install It on Your WordPress Site

By Suzanne Scaccaon July 10, 2018Source: ManageWP

You know you need SSL certificates to encrypt the exchange of information between your website and your visitors. This guide will teach you how to get an SSL certificate, where to get one from, and hoRead more

May and June 2018 release notes

By Tijana Andrejicon July 5, 2018Source: ManageWP

While our developers were working on GDPR and a few new great features that will all be released soon (hold tight, we got some huge things coming) we did work on some smaller improvements that can makRead more

Not All SSL Certificates Are Made Equal: How to Choose the Right One

By Suzanne Scaccaon July 3, 2018Source: ManageWP

Last week, I wrote about what SSL certificates are, how they work, and why you need one for your WordPress website. But now we need to look at how to go about choosing the right kind of SSL certificatRead more

What You Need to Know About SSL Certificates and Websites

By Suzanne Scaccaon June 26, 2018Source: ManageWP

Websites can pose many risks for consumers, especially for those who share private and privileged information through them. The post What You Need to Know About SSL Certificates and Websites appearedRead more

How to Build a SaaS Product on the Cheap

By Suzanne Scaccaon June 18, 2018Source: ManageWP

A cloud-based software-as-a-service (or SaaS) application can be a highly lucrative opportunity. Of course, you have to find the time, resources, and money to build it first. The post How to Build a SRead more

How to Provide CMS/WordPress Training to Your Clients

By Ana Amelioon June 14, 2018Source: ManageWP

As a web designer or developer, you’ve probably received more than one email in your inbox from clients asking you how to use their new website. The post How to Provide CMS/WordPress Training to YourRead more

The Best Hosting for High Traffic Sites

By Annie Siskon June 7, 2018Source: ManageWP

Most site owners want more traffic. More visitors means more prospects and customers (or donors or members). The post The Best Hosting for High Traffic Sites appeared first on ManageWP.Read more

ManageWP open its doors for WordCamp Europe

By Nemanja Aleksicon June 5, 2018Source: ManageWP

A few years ago we had a crazy idea: let’s bring WordCamp Europe to our hometown. And against all odds, we made it happen. 2018 WordCamp Europe is happening in Belgrade, Serbia. So we came up wiRead 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

Dark Accordion Style Navigation (PSD)

By Ormanon May 20, 2013Source: Premium Pixels

Today's freebie, a dark accordion style navigation menu, is a sweet contribution from UI designer Ivo Ivanov. Fully editable shapes, pixel perfect, and good looking to boot. Thanks Ivo.RSS SubscribersRead more

MacBook Pro with Retina Display (PSD)

By Ormanon May 15, 2013Source: Premium Pixels

Today's freebie, a fully layered Retina MacBook Pro, is a super contribution from talented designer Nick Herasimenka. Being fully scalable, this is a handy tool to have in your arsenal. Enjoy!RSS SubsRead more

24 Flat Icons (PSD)

By Ormanon May 13, 2013Source: Premium Pixels

Today's freebie is pretty awesome. 24 flat style icons contributed by super-talented Jan Dvořák. The PSD includes all 24 icons which are fully layered for easy customisation. Very nice.RSS SubscribersRead more

200 Handcrafted Micro Icons (PSD)

By Ormanon May 9, 2013Source: Premium Pixels

Today's freebie is a fantastic contribution from UK based designer Joel Siddall. 200 vector-based micro icons. And they're pixel perfect. Add these to your toolbox. Do it.RSS Subscribers: Check out thRead more

Flat iPhone 4/5 Mockups (PSD)

By Ormanon May 8, 2013Source: Premium Pixels

Today's freebie, a set of flat style iPhone mockups, is a sweet contribution from designer Josh Laincz. The pack includes both the iPhone 4 and 5 in a fully layered and scalable format. Nice.RSS SubscRead more

Flat File Icons (PSD)

By Ormanon May 7, 2013Source: Premium Pixels

Today's freebie is a set of flat-style, vector-based file icons. These are super-simple and can be used together with any kind of icon or wording. The colours are easily editable too. Enjoy.RSS SubscrRead more