wordpress plugins

Using a WordPress plugin allows you to extend the functionality of your website - from tracking Google Analytics data to monitoring your SEO metas.

Tracking analytics data through your web forms

By Peter Shilling / November 2, 2011

A user fills in a form at your web site, would you like to know how that user arrived at your site? Which search engine they used, even what they search for. Now you can.

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Automate newsletter signups with Mailchimp & Gravity Forms

By Peter Shilling / March 15, 2011

Integration between WordPress and MailChimp is easy to do. There are a number of different methods, to get the two systems talking, our preferred is to use the Gravity Forms Plugin, read on to discover what it can do.

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Designing for wordpress? – Part II

By Peter Shilling / March 11, 2011

If you have arrived here without reading part 1, you might like to start there. In this post we look at the functionality that is available with wordpress plugins so that when you’re designing for wordpress you have more of an idea of what is possible and what to include in your design that is […]

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