• September 20, 2018

    Styles can be used in Editor

    Use preset classes to decorate post contents. See samples and tags.
  • September 10, 2018

    Beautiful 60+ Pjax Animations

    See demo and select your favourable animation. In pro edition you can choose one from 60+ animations! Select Transition Pattern in demo window below. Click “Click Me” button in the Right Window. Learn More About Pjax Blog
  • August 7, 2018

    Variety of News Feed Layouts

    [Pjax Blog] Blog Posts Widget has a lot of Blog layouts. Enjoy samples.
  • September 9, 2017

    AMP Auto-Generation

    AMP, or Accelerated Mobile Pages, is a free, open-source framework that allows you to create mobile pages that deliver content quickly. Why Is AMP Important? AMP is important because it helps web pages load faster which potentially improves usability and convinces visitors to stay longer on your site engaging with your content. The logic is straightforward: faster load time leads to better engagement, which reduces bounce rate and improves mobile ranking. It consists of HTML, JS, and cache libraries that, thanks to specific extensions and AMP-focused properties, accelerate load speed for mobile pages. AMP Pros #1 It speeds up website load time This one is obvious. With no useless elements to slow them down, AMPs are lean, slick, and fast. Users enjoy pages that don’t make them wait, so AMPs basically guarantee that your site brings in more visitors. #2 It increases mobile ranking Although AMP is not a ranking factor by itself, it has a positive influence on mobile ranking due to its faster load time. Potentially, if Google starts prioritizing AMPs, it will have even more of an effect on SERPs. #3 It improves server performance If your site generates tons of traffic from mobile, AMP will reduce the load on your servers and improve their performance. Pjax Blog Automatically Generate AMP instead of you In general, to use AMP, you have to develop your website to generate AMP since AMP doesn’t permit things such as form elements, third-party JavaScript and some other elements you may be used to having on your page in a standard implementation. But, don’t worry, Pjax Blog does it instead of you.   It’s following Structured Data Markup perfectly. Learn more about Structured Data Markup. Learn More About Pjax Blog
  • July 2, 2016

    Extremely Optimized Page Speed

    Pjax Blog is extremely tuned and optimized for the best page load performance. Learn More About Pjax Blog
  • September 13, 2015

    Flexible Mobile Menu

    This is mobile menu demo. Learn More About Pjax Blog
  • October 5, 2010

    Sticky Sidebar

    Stick the last element in sidebar. Learn More About Pjax Blog
  • August 6, 2010

    [Pjax Blog] Blog Posts Widget Features

    [Pjax Blog] Blog Posts Widget has enough options to get and display blog posts as you imagine. Display Option Layout (See Layout Type Here) Show The Number of Posts to Show Show Post View Count Show Button to Fetch More Posts Thumbnail Grayscale Show Taxonomy Link(Category, Tag or Custom Taxonomy) Order by(Publish Date, Modified Date or View Count) Widget Theme Color: Add Custom Accent Color Filter Option Post Type(Posts, Pages or Other Custom Post Type) Taxonomy(Category, Tag or Other Custom Taxonomy) Terms IDs or Slugs(comma separated) Display Related Posts in Single Page. Custom Fields Post IDs Exclude Post IDs Other Option Get Post with Ajax(Get Posts Asynchronously) Learn More About Pjax Blog
  • You can apply google webfonts for the entire website, title and logo separately. Learn More About Pjax Blog
  • May 9, 2010

    1300+ Icons Are Available

    Since Pjax Blog includes FontAwesome Icons, you can use them by pasting <i> tag copied from FontAwesome. Available Icons Learn More About Pjax Blog