Nowadays it doesn’t matter if you’re a freelancer or a web agency, because WordPress has grown so much that it can be considered one of the most popular tools for creating websites, and it really doesn’t matter if you use it for a personal blog or a complex eCommerce website for a popular brand. In other words WordPress is the favorite platform for end-customers and developers alike.
For the last 5 years we tried our best to provide the greatest support experience to our customers. During this time the Support Forum was the core of the entire support system, and since we know that it wasn’t the perfect solution, we improved things with time, especially when we released a new Support Center with numerous tutorials and articles.
Today we’re happy to announce another big change in our Support System: we’re switching to a ticket-based support system. If you are not sure how this works or how it will affect you as our customer, here are some advantages: Continue Reading
It’s not news that WPZOOM themes are used by our customers on tens of thousands of sites, and to make it easier for you to find sites using a specific theme, we’ve rebuilt the Showcase section on our website.
In the new Showcase page you’ll find great examples of websites powered by all of our themes. You can also quickly filter sites only from a specific niche, so you can see how different themes can be adapted for different needs.
Today we’re incredibly proud to announce the release of ZOOM Builder, our brand new drag and drop layout builder for WordPress. Getting to this point has taken a year of really hard work by all our team and we’re delighted to be able to make it available to you.
Watch this video to see what we’ve made:
Looks good, huh? We wanted to make something that would empower you to build your site just how you want it and ZOOM Builder is the product of those efforts. We think we’ve hit that original goal. Continue Reading
There have been a handful of really momentous moments in WPZOOM’s six-year history. From the first theme release back in 2009 to the first version of the ZOOM Framework in 2011 to our continued commitment to making being a WPZOOM customer as smooth as an experience as possible, as shown through our innovative support center redesign a year ago.
For most of the last year we’ve been working on something very special and we’re finally at a point where we can share it with you. This blog post today is the first time we’ve talked about it publicly.
Let’s back up here a second, though.