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We’ve run WordPress Courses for over 5000 people, and our WordPress Plugins are used by 60,000 websites Worldwide…and we’d love to help you :)
Featured WordPress plugins
We’re passionated about crafting the best WordPress plugins to help you build the perfect website.
Total freedom to design the WooCommerce Product Page any way you want using the WordPress Block Editor.
Customise the WooCommerce Shop Page and Category Pages with our Premium WooCommerce Blocks.
A Notification Bar and Countdown Timer for WooCommerce. Including three sales boosting countdown timers; fixed timer, regular timer, and evergreen timer.
Storefront Pro lets you fully customize the WooCommerce Storefront Theme without any coding required. Storefront Pro lets you fully customize the Storefront Theme without any coding required, and it includes many great features and options that are normally only available for top e-commerce stores. Storefront Pro is now used on over 5000 websites.
Dynamically Place Blocks in WooCommerce and posts and pages. Create CTA’s and Sales Campaigns then reuse in multiple locations. Set start and end dates for each campaign.
We run a range of WordPress courses, from Group training, to private one to one sessions.
Learn WordPress in 1 day
Our 1 day WordPress courses in
London, Manchester, Edinburgh, Cheltenham and online via Zoom, will give you the knowledge to create, manage and run a great WordPress website.
WordPress Xpress is a unique service that combines fast track ‘one to one’ WordPress private training and hands on help to build your WordPress website in just one day.
Private WordPress course
We focus 100% on your learning and we go at your pace.
This course is great if you want to learn at your own speed and want to cover topics specific to your needs.
You have our undivided attention and you can ask as many questions as you like.
Our Work Featured
We love to build cutting-edge WordPress products and we were thrilled when our Caxton WordPress plugin was featured by Matt Mullenweg, WordPress founder at the State of the Word keynote speech in Nashville.