Engipress

Engipress Reloaded

As everyone can see, Engipress has been completely revamped and redesigned.

While I enjoyed Engipress’s previous design, it just didn’t scream “Online Business”. So I’ve decided to give Engipress an entirely new look that’s business-friendly and incorporates the latest features of Wordpress, jQuery, among other web languages and features.

I’ve also added two new sections to the site, portfolios and testimonials. While these areas are still being fleshed out, I’m just waiting for previous clients’ permission to post them.

And lastly, you’ll also notice that the Engipress forums have been scrapped. They weren’t as popular as I had hoped, and I figured since I’m running a wordpress business, it’d be better to have all aspects of the site be powered by it. This also means that I have re-opened comments sections on blog posts, so if you ever had any feedback or suggestions you’d like to make on them, they are right there for your convenience.

Wordpress Relative URLs Plugin

Ever get sick and tired of replacing all those hard coded URLs inside your Wordpress posts? Well, this is no longer a problem with the Wordpress Relative URLs Plugin.

Here’s how it works:

This plugin adds two different shortcodes that can be added on any pageĀ  (or widget) that you’d like.

First, lets say you have a page located here:

http://www.example.com/about-me/

Now what happens if your site moves to a new domain? And the URL ends up becoming this:

http://www.newexample.com/about-me/

Now in every instance you referenced that page, you’d have to go back and change the URL to the new domain everywhere.

When you install this plugin, all you have to do is reference the URL like so:

[URL]/about-me/

So you don’t have to worry about the URLs or location of your site ever again!

One more shortcode that this plugin adds, which functions the exact same as the URL shortcode, is the Theme URL shortcode. Let’s say you have an image located here:

http://www.example.com/wp-content/themes/mytheme/images/logo.jpg

Now with the Wordpress Relative URLs Plugin, all you have to do to call this theme’s image is use this syntax:

[themeURL]/images/logo.jpg

The Wordpress Relative URLs Plugin allows you to switch between themes and domain names easily!

Download the plugin today:

Wordpress Relative URLs Plugin