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Responsive design no longer requires BootStrap.

The most popular CSS framework  "the Bootstrap project" started by twitter developers is now obsolete. It is time to move to CSS grids and flexbox.  The use of CSS frameworks in design gained momentum when browsers started supporting CSS @media breakpoints which is the anchor of responsive design. Things started changing when you had to optimise your site for different screen-sizes of mobiles, tablets, laptops and it was just not enough. If you were running client projects then you would …

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Reasons why you should not use Social Login plugins using third party API or service.

Have you ever been caught up in a situation where all of a sudden your email account was inundated with spammy, phishing emails ? Well, I sure this has happened with most of us and I really hate it. You mis out on critical emails and your overall work efficiency is decreased because you're now spending time on filtering emails rather than replying on them. Not only spammy emails are a nuisance but they are also a security problem. Email spam …

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How to Protect Your Courses from Content Theft

Content theft is a fear nearly every site owner, blogger and instructor has had at one point or another. The idea of someone stealing your content, presenting it as their own and even profiting from it can be terrifying. Thieves can steal course content in a variety of different ways. This includes stealing the entire course or, more commonly, stealing individual text and videos from it. What they do with stolen content varies as well. Some steal to gain access …

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Why You Should Offer a Free Mini Course on Your Site

You probably spend some of your time working on content for paid courses and the rest of it promoting those courses. It can seem counterproductive to offer something you spent a lot of time and maybe even money on for free. What you may not realize, however, is how much money you may be leaving on the table by not offering more free content. Here are the reasons why LMS websites should consider offering free mini courses in their libraries: …

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Hosted vs Self-Hosted Courses: Which Format is Right for Your Business?

WPLMS, our learning management system for WordPress, allows you to turn your WordPress site into your very own, self-hosted online school. It’s certainly a powerful tool the VibeThemes team is proud of, but why go through the trouble of building your own self-hosted school when you could use hosted options like Udemy and Skillshare? Let’s explore these concepts. 1. Control Hosted solutions for courses require you to relinquish a lot of control. You aren’t able to design your own sales …

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Why WPLMS is the best Education Theme for WordPress

May 20,17by Mr.Vibe

This is one of most frequently asked question from us. So what separates WPLMS from other Education themes or Learning management plugins for WordPress, like Academy, CleverCourse (GoodLMS), EducationWP (LearnPress), LearnDash, Sensei, LifterLMS etc and why it is the best education theme for WordPress. Over 14000 sales and tested on sites with over 700k members, we understand how education businesses function and how technology works. When there is a bottleneck it needs to resolved, it needs to be resolved quickly without …

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How to Market Your Online Course

Creating an online course is difficult enough as it is. Things can get really chaotic when the time comes for you to launch your course. Let’s take a look at a few different ways you can market your online course as well as how these different methods complement and interconnect with one another. Build Your Audience Before You Market Your Online Course This one takes up the most amount of time and effort, but it has the potential to become one of …

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How to deactivate WordPress plugins without accessing WP Admin area

May 8,17by Mr.Vibe

There are several articles on how to deactivate WordPress plugins without accessing WP Admin area but unfortunately most of them do not help when you want to deactivate/disable a single or selected plugins from your WordPress site. Instead if you follow the tutorials you’ll end up deactivating all the plugins in your site and which could lead to a complete mess. From our point, there is only 1 recommended method of deactivating plugins from your WordPress site when you are unable to …

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