This week’s top WordPress and web marketing links.
If you absolutely need to use a table in your website – like to present rows and columns of data – WordPress supports that task in sort of a frustrating way. There are some great plugins that will let you easily create and add tables to posts and pages that actually work well in mobile devices. Check out this review of the 10 best responsive table plugins.
If you’ve already laid out your table using the WordPress tool and then found it’s horrible in phones, have I got a treat for you! The Magic Liquidizer Responsive Table plugin will make your existing table code work nicely in small devices – like magic.
A new secure login method that just dropped today is Passwordless Login. This offering from iThemes says it’s more secure and usable because instead of requiring a password, it sends you a link to the email associated with your account. This is brand new and there’s not much info on it yet, but it sounds interesting.
Finally… if you use popups on your WordPress site, or are considering adding one, take a few minutes and learn more about the etiquette of popups. It can be very easy to overdo it and get in the way when trying to market to your site visitors. This post might help you do it more discreetly.
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