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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What to Do If Your Website Is Blacklisted

Blacklisting is a practice that flags websites with malicious content to prevent users from accidentally downloading malware. However, search engines and antivirus vendors could blacklist your site as a result of a cyber attack. This can have a negative impact on your site’s reputation and visibility.

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3 Ways to Use Google Analytics to Improve Your Site

Google Analytics is often cited as a useful tool for tracking and managing website data. However, if you don’t know how to put the information this platform provides to use, it may seem like a waste of time and effort.

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How to Boost Your Website’s Performance: Part 3 – JavaScript and CSS

Recently, we’ve covered a lot of the things you can do to optimize your website’s performance. So far, however, we haven’t talked about two vital components of most modern websites – JavaScript and CSS. Without them, a lot of what makes the modern web so awesome wouldn’t be possible, but they can also impact your site’s performance.

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How to Safely Update Your WordPress Plugins (In 3 Steps)

Updating your WordPress plugins is important for your site’s security and functionality. However, it also comes with the risk of errors that could make your site inaccessible to users. Our ManageWP Safe Updates feature is a smart way to keep plugins up-to-date while minimizing the risks!

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The Complete Guide to Surviving Your First WordCamp Europe

WordCamps are an excellent way to tap into one of the key features that sets WordPress apart from other platforms: the community. However, if you’ve never attended WordCamp Europe before, it can get pretty overwhelming rather quickly.

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What to Do If Your Website Is Blacklisted

Blacklisting is a practice that flags websites with malicious content to prevent users from accidentally downloading malware. However, search engines and antivirus vendors could blacklist your site as a result of a cyber attack. This can have a negative impact on your site’s reputation and visibility.

The post What to Do If Your Website Is Blacklisted appeared first on ManageWP.

3 Ways to Use Google Analytics to Improve Your Site

Google Analytics is often cited as a useful tool for tracking and managing website data. However, if you don’t know how to put the information this platform provides to use, it may seem like a waste of time and effort.

The post 3 Ways to Use Google Analytics to Improve Your Site appeared first on ManageWP.

How to Boost Your Website’s Performance: Part 3 – JavaScript and CSS

Recently, we’ve covered a lot of the things you can do to optimize your website’s performance. So far, however, we haven’t talked about two vital components of most modern websites – JavaScript and CSS. Without them, a lot of what makes the modern web so awesome wouldn’t be possible, but they can also impact your site’s performance.

The post How to Boost Your Website’s Performance: Part 3 – JavaScript and CSS appeared first on ManageWP.

How to Safely Update Your WordPress Plugins (In 3 Steps)

Updating your WordPress plugins is important for your site’s security and functionality. However, it also comes with the risk of errors that could make your site inaccessible to users. Our ManageWP Safe Updates feature is a smart way to keep plugins up-to-date while minimizing the risks!

The post How to Safely Update Your WordPress Plugins (In 3 Steps) appeared first on ManageWP.

The Complete Guide to Surviving Your First WordCamp Europe

WordCamps are an excellent way to tap into one of the key features that sets WordPress apart from other platforms: the community. However, if you’ve never attended WordCamp Europe before, it can get pretty overwhelming rather quickly.

The post The Complete Guide to Surviving Your First WordCamp Europe appeared first on ManageWP.

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What to Do If Your Website Is Blacklisted

Blacklisting is a practice that flags websites with malicious content to prevent users from accidentally downloading malware. However, search engines and antivirus vendors could blacklist your site as a result of a cyber attack. This can have a negative impact on your site’s reputation and visibility.

The post What to Do If Your Website Is Blacklisted appeared first on ManageWP.

3 Ways to Use Google Analytics to Improve Your Site

Google Analytics is often cited as a useful tool for tracking and managing website data. However, if you don’t know how to put the information this platform provides to use, it may seem like a waste of time and effort.

The post 3 Ways to Use Google Analytics to Improve Your Site appeared first on ManageWP.

How to Boost Your Website’s Performance: Part 3 – JavaScript and CSS

Recently, we’ve covered a lot of the things you can do to optimize your website’s performance. So far, however, we haven’t talked about two vital components of most modern websites – JavaScript and CSS. Without them, a lot of what makes the modern web so awesome wouldn’t be possible, but they can also impact your site’s performance.

The post How to Boost Your Website’s Performance: Part 3 – JavaScript and CSS appeared first on ManageWP.

How to Safely Update Your WordPress Plugins (In 3 Steps)

Updating your WordPress plugins is important for your site’s security and functionality. However, it also comes with the risk of errors that could make your site inaccessible to users. Our ManageWP Safe Updates feature is a smart way to keep plugins up-to-date while minimizing the risks!

The post How to Safely Update Your WordPress Plugins (In 3 Steps) appeared first on ManageWP.

The Complete Guide to Surviving Your First WordCamp Europe

WordCamps are an excellent way to tap into one of the key features that sets WordPress apart from other platforms: the community. However, if you’ve never attended WordCamp Europe before, it can get pretty overwhelming rather quickly.

The post The Complete Guide to Surviving Your First WordCamp Europe appeared first on ManageWP.

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What to Do If Your Website Is Blacklisted

Blacklisting is a practice that flags websites with malicious content to prevent users from accidentally downloading malware. However, search engines and antivirus vendors could blacklist your site as a result of a cyber attack. This can have a negative impact on your site’s reputation and visibility.

The post What to Do If Your Website Is Blacklisted appeared first on ManageWP.

3 Ways to Use Google Analytics to Improve Your Site

Google Analytics is often cited as a useful tool for tracking and managing website data. However, if you don’t know how to put the information this platform provides to use, it may seem like a waste of time and effort.

The post 3 Ways to Use Google Analytics to Improve Your Site appeared first on ManageWP.

How to Boost Your Website’s Performance: Part 3 – JavaScript and CSS

Recently, we’ve covered a lot of the things you can do to optimize your website’s performance. So far, however, we haven’t talked about two vital components of most modern websites – JavaScript and CSS. Without them, a lot of what makes the modern web so awesome wouldn’t be possible, but they can also impact your site’s performance.

The post How to Boost Your Website’s Performance: Part 3 – JavaScript and CSS appeared first on ManageWP.

How to Safely Update Your WordPress Plugins (In 3 Steps)

Updating your WordPress plugins is important for your site’s security and functionality. However, it also comes with the risk of errors that could make your site inaccessible to users. Our ManageWP Safe Updates feature is a smart way to keep plugins up-to-date while minimizing the risks!

The post How to Safely Update Your WordPress Plugins (In 3 Steps) appeared first on ManageWP.

The Complete Guide to Surviving Your First WordCamp Europe

WordCamps are an excellent way to tap into one of the key features that sets WordPress apart from other platforms: the community. However, if you’ve never attended WordCamp Europe before, it can get pretty overwhelming rather quickly.

The post The Complete Guide to Surviving Your First WordCamp Europe appeared first on ManageWP.

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What to Do If Your Website Is Blacklisted

Blacklisting is a practice that flags websites with malicious content to prevent users from accidentally downloading malware. However, search engines and antivirus vendors could blacklist your site as a result of a cyber attack. This can have a negative impact on your site’s reputation and visibility.

The post What to Do If Your Website Is Blacklisted appeared first on ManageWP.

3 Ways to Use Google Analytics to Improve Your Site

Google Analytics is often cited as a useful tool for tracking and managing website data. However, if you don’t know how to put the information this platform provides to use, it may seem like a waste of time and effort.

The post 3 Ways to Use Google Analytics to Improve Your Site appeared first on ManageWP.

How to Boost Your Website’s Performance: Part 3 – JavaScript and CSS

Recently, we’ve covered a lot of the things you can do to optimize your website’s performance. So far, however, we haven’t talked about two vital components of most modern websites – JavaScript and CSS. Without them, a lot of what makes the modern web so awesome wouldn’t be possible, but they can also impact your site’s performance.

The post How to Boost Your Website’s Performance: Part 3 – JavaScript and CSS appeared first on ManageWP.

How to Safely Update Your WordPress Plugins (In 3 Steps)

Updating your WordPress plugins is important for your site’s security and functionality. However, it also comes with the risk of errors that could make your site inaccessible to users. Our ManageWP Safe Updates feature is a smart way to keep plugins up-to-date while minimizing the risks!

The post How to Safely Update Your WordPress Plugins (In 3 Steps) appeared first on ManageWP.

The Complete Guide to Surviving Your First WordCamp Europe

WordCamps are an excellent way to tap into one of the key features that sets WordPress apart from other platforms: the community. However, if you’ve never attended WordCamp Europe before, it can get pretty overwhelming rather quickly.

The post The Complete Guide to Surviving Your First WordCamp Europe appeared first on ManageWP.


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What to Do If Your Website Is Blacklisted

By Will Morrison July 16, 2019Source: ManageWP

Blacklisting is a practice that flags websites with malicious content to prevent users from accidentally downloading malware. However, search engines and antivirus vendors could blacklist your site asRead more

3 Ways to Use Google Analytics to Improve Your Site

By Will Morrison July 9, 2019Source: ManageWP

Google Analytics is often cited as a useful tool for tracking and managing website data. However, if you don’t know how to put the information this platform provides to use, it may seem like a wRead 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