Kadence Blocks Pro Now Supporting Pods

Kadence Blocks Pro Now Supporting Pods

In the latest release of Kadence Blocks Pro, we have added support for the Pods Framework. More support is forthcoming, but this first integration puts the power of Kadence Blocks and dynamic content into the hands of the 100,000+ WordPress sites using Pods. This adds to Kadence’s support of dynamic content frameworks including Advanced Custom…

Kadence Nulled Plugins

Kadence Nulled Plugins

There are a lot of sites on the internet offering “nulled” Kadence plugins. And Kadence is not alone. There are numerous sites offering nulled plugins for many different WordPress plugins and themes. As more and more new people are coming into the WordPress space in order to take advantage of what Kadence offers as a…

Episode 15: Finding your Beat: Brand Building Fundamentals
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Episode 15: Finding your Beat: Brand Building Fundamentals

Whether you’re just starting a business or you’re looking to improve your business’ marketing, naming and branding your business can make or break your efforts to grow revenue. In this episode of The Kadence Beat, we look at the challenges of naming a business, coming up with logos, color schemes, and of course why this…

Introducing Kadence Shop Kit 2.0

Introducing Kadence Shop Kit 2.0

Once again, the Kadence team has released a groundbreaking new plugin that helps WooCommerce store owners create dynamic and powerful shopping experiences for consumers. With the release of Kadence Shop Kit 2.0, store owners can now leverage over 15 powerful modules to create an immersive eCommerce experience.  The Kadence Shop Kit plugin is available in…

Episode 14:  Best Practices in Hiring Help for WordPress
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Episode 14: Best Practices in Hiring Help for WordPress

We all need a little help getting things done on our WordPress sites sometimes. Maybe that involves hiring a designer, a developer, or maybe you want to hire someone to handle it all for you. In this discussion about best practices for hiring WordPress help, the team talks about everything from deciding when you need…

Episode 13: Demystifying WordPress Tech: Where can curiosity take you?
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Episode 13: Demystifying WordPress Tech: Where can curiosity take you?

In this episode, the team talks about how they got into WordPress, coding, and technology, and they ask some deeper questions about the difference between technical and non-technical people. Is WordPress too technical for some people? Can agency and freelancers can help their clients succeed by encouraging them to try to break their sites? How…

Creating Alerts, and a Business, with Kadence Blocks and Kadence Cloud

Creating Alerts, and a Business, with Kadence Blocks and Kadence Cloud

Using Kadence Blocks for Alerts One of the members of the Kadence Web Creator Community on Facebook, Jake Pfohl, recently posted some examples of using Kadence Blocks for alerts. This collection of creative blocks using Kadence was such a great implementation of the features in Kadence, we reached out to Jake, who runs StartBlogging101.com and…

Episode 12: Resources to Make Publishing with WordPress Better, Easier & Faster
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Episode 12: Resources to Make Publishing with WordPress Better, Easier & Faster

WordPress is an amazing tool for sharing your content with the world, but it can’t do everything. (Yet?) In this episode, the Kadence team talks about some of the tools we use to make publishing with WordPress better, easier and faster. We not only discuss tools to help you create content, but how to determine…

Custom CSS: Should you use a WordPress Child Theme or the Customizer?

Custom CSS: Should you use a WordPress Child Theme or the Customizer?

WordPress is a dynamically flexible tool that can be used by both expert web developers as well as novice site owners. If you cannot find a way to style something to your liking, you can add customized styles, also called CSS (Cascading Stylesheets) to modify your site’s look and feel, from layouts and positioning to…