How SiteGround Saved Our Business

How SiteGround Saved Our Business

Did the title of this post get your attention? I hope so. I’m going to tell you a story. A cautionary tale to other Internet-based businesses who rely on web hosting services. How We Measure Our  Success Depending on your business, you might measure success differently from us, but chances are you look at the following [...]

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FooGallery – A Better WordPress Gallery Plugin

FooGallery – A Better WordPress Gallery Plugin

Last night we released FooGallery, our answer to a gallery plugin for WordPress. Learn more about FooGallery on the landing page at http://foo.gallery or download for free here now. What Is FooGallery? FooGallery is the first free WordPress gallery plugin built specifically to allow developers and designers to extend it’s functionality. Why We Built (Another) WordPress [...]

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Introducing the FooBot

Introducing the FooBot

You might have seen our mascot lurking here and there in all our materials. What you probably didn’t know is that, its a “she” and her name is FooBot. We just discovered that FooBot has a keen interest in learning more about Human behavior, specifically as it relates to web developers. More specifically: WordPress plugin developers. We [...]

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FooBox Update – Lightbox Animations, Integrations, and Bug Fixes

FooBox Update – Lightbox Animations, Integrations, and Bug Fixes

We’ve just pushed an update to FooBox that brings it to v2.3.1.1. It’s now available as an automatic update for current license holders. This update includes some pretty cool new features. You can read the entire Changelog at the end of this post, but we’ll list some of the most interesting additions first. Opening and Closing Lightbox [...]

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FooTable Responsive Tables: A Before and After

FooTable Responsive Tables: A Before and After

I love FooTable because of it’s ability to create responsive tables. As a developer, I am heavily influenced by the mantra that “Tables suck!” When truthfully, this mantra is what sucks. But it has its reasons. Back in the day when designers and developers wanted to create a website with a solid design structure and [...]

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FooBox + CyberChimps = A Fully Responsive WordPress Experience

FooBox + CyberChimps = A Fully Responsive WordPress Experience

Q: What do you get when you combine our FooBox Responsive Media Lightbox plugin with CyberChimps Responsive WordPress themes? A: An easy to read and navigate user experience like no other for your visitors, no matter what device they load your site on. FooPlugins and CyberChimps Partner to Bring Responsive Options to the Masses Not familiar with [...]

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Gems of Docs: Embed PDFs with FooBox Lightbox

Gems of Docs: Embed PDFs with FooBox Lightbox
This post is part 2 of 2 in the series Gems of Docs

This post is part 2 of 2 in the series Gems of DocsReliably embedding PDFs in a website is not as straight-forward as one might think. This is primarily because each browser handles PDFs differently. Some treat it only as a file, others as media, and Chrome even created its own unique PDF viewer. This [...]

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7 Reasons Why Slack Team Communication Strengthens Our Business

7 Reasons Why Slack Team Communication Strengthens Our Business

If you work on a remote team, as many of our fellow developers and community members do, it’s likely you’ve struggled with clear communication. As our business has grown, we’ve found that our team communications were becoming increasingly cluttered and hard to keep track of in our email inboxes. Often times, we just need to [...]

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FooBox v2.3 – The Best Mobile Responsive Lightbox Ever Conceived by Man

FooBox v2.3 – The Best Mobile Responsive Lightbox Ever Conceived by Man

We’ve just pushed an update to FooBox that brings it to v2.3.0.4.1. It’s now available as an automatic update for current license holders. This is a massive update, with a lot of important things to report. You can read the entire Changelog at the end of this post, but we’ll list some of the most interesting [...]

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Slides.com and FooBox

Slides.com and FooBox

As a frequent presenter in various venues, I always have an eye out for new and unique tools for doing presentations. Gone are the days when PowerPoint ruled the presentation ecosphere. A favorite among WordCamp presenters is SpeakerDeck. It’s great because it has some really useful social sharing options. You can follow “speakers” and get [...]

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