Are you a photographer or a travel blogger who would like to share your pictures online? No matter your profession, if you have images you want to share on your website we make that process easy for you. Creating image galleries with BoldGrid’s Image Gallery Plugin for WordPress will show your work in a professional manner without having to become a web designer, too.
What better way to wrap up a terrific year of events than at WordCamp US? MikeDemo, Brand Evangelist for BoldGrid, flew out to the event held in a new town (Nashville, TN) after two years in Philadelphia, PA. Downtown Nashville’s beautiful Music City Center served as the convention center for the event. As one might expect of an event representing the entire WordCamp community across the United States, the event proved amazing, informative, and entertaining.
Anybody that has used WordPress knows how much easier it makes web design for people of all skill levels. No need to write in HTML or CSS, or understand how to use databases and create applications. But, even with that improved ease-of-use, WordPress still presents a steep learning curve when anybody first tries to use it. That is why beginner web designers love BoldGrid.
We define a widget simply as a small block that performs a specific function that you can place on your website or blog. Examples of widgets include: email signups, slideshows, voting polls, weather reports, and booking calendars. Dependent on your business, widgets can help improve customer experience and allow you to collect information about your website visitors. Sometimes you may find adding widgets to your site a bit difficult. But, customizing website widgets in BoldGrid can be done quickly and easily through our Customizer.