This weekend was the second year running of WordCamp Bucharest, and our the first time we’ve sponsored a WordCamp in-person. It was also a chance for the whole of the WPZOOM European team to meet up.
WPZOOM has been selling premium WordPress themes since 2009. Half the team is based in Chisinau, Moldova, with the rest distributed globally – I work remotely part-time from the UK.
With no WordCamp in Chisinau (although we’ve recently started a meetup here), WordCamp Bucharest is effectively our “home” WordCamp. We didn’t make it last year, but this year wanted to attend, sponsor, and take the opportunity to get all the Europe-based team in one place. Continue Reading
Written by Alex Denning on June 6, 2017 in NewsComments Off on What’s coming in WordPress 4.8? And what does it mean for the future of WordPress?
WordPress 4.8 is the first major release (or, “update to WordPress”) of 2017 and the first since WordPress co-founder and Automattic CEO Matt Mullenweg announced a new direction for releases: the previous directive of three major releases per year is out, and a new feature-focussed release schedule is in, with no goal for the number of releases per year and instead releases going out whenever they’re ready.
Yet, WordPress 4.8 isn’t a big feature-focussed release. Instead, it’s comparatively minor update which introduces a handful of new features and paves the way for future features.
Written by Pavel Ciorici on April 8, 2016 in NewsComments Off on ZOOM Framework 1.6.0 Released
Today we’re happy to announce the addition of a very useful feature in all of our themes. The new feature is called “Demo Content Importer” and it allows you to install within 1-click the sample content from each theme demo page.
The new feature can be accessed from the Import/Export menu in the Theme Options Page after updating to ZOOM Framework 1.6.0.
A year ago we switched to Help Scout, a ticket-based support system, after using a forum-based support system since 2009. The main motivation behind the switch was, as Pavel wrote at the time, was to provide faster, more scaleable and – simply – better support for our customers than we could with the forum-based system.