Optimize your WordPress Writing Workflow for Gutenberg

Save time and future proof your site by optimizing your WordPress Writing Workflow

There’s a reason so many people seem to miss the WordPress Classic editor. Old-school WordPress was built from the ground up to optimize the workflow of mid-00s bloggers. You could quickly type up your thoughts all in one go, perform some minimal editing, and have your wall-of-text nicely formatted before your first lunch break. If you want to optimize your WordPress Writing Workflow for the modern era, though, you need to adapt.

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Tech Book Review: Coding in the Classroom

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If you’re a parent or educator, then you know that the recent push to emphasize STEM (Science Tech Engineering Math) education will often suggest that younger and younger students learn the fundamentals of programming. The problem is, teaching programing in a straightforward, easy to understand way can be difficult even with adult learners. How do you begin to introduce students to the topic?

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The Price of Free Hosting

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When you’re starting a new business, anything “free” that helps you along can sound like a really good idea. But when it comes to free web hosting, it might not be as great as it seems.

“Free” hosting can have strings attached. You may find yourself struggling to move your site data off of someone else’s computer, or find yourself on the hook for an enormous monthly fee. By the time your site is successful, you may find the price of “free” hosting to be much higher than you anticipated!

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Shared Hosting vs VPS Hosting

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When you’re thinking of purchasing a web hosting plan, there are a wide variety of options to choose from. What type of hosting plan do you need? What qualities or features are most important for your business? When it comes to Shared Hosting vs VPS Hosting, what’s right for you? Below, we’ll carry out a hosting plan comparison and look at both Shared Hosting and Virtual Private Server (VPS) plans.

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Cheap Hosting? What to Consider in a Hosting Plan

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There are a lot of factors to consider when you’re a small business owner setting up a website. You know that you need a hosting plan to get your website online, but what does that really mean? You may be tempted to take the first cheap hosting plan you find, throw a site online, and call it a day. If the only thing you look for is cheap hosting, instead of quality and affordable hosting, you’re making a mistake.

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What is Shared Hosting?

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Shared Hosting is a popular option for those looking to create their first website or get their business online. Instead of renting out an entire server, your website will have its own storage space and control panel on a device shared by multiple accounts. This server will power your website and make sure that it is accessible to anyone and everyone online, while a hosting company like InMotion Hosting maintains the server itself. In this guide, we’ll examine just how Shared Hosting works and discuss why it might be the right choice for you.

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What is a Content Delivery Network (CDN) and How Does it Work?

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A Content Delivery Network (CDN) is something of a ‘cure-all’ for solving various issues on your website. CDNs are said to improve everything from site speed and security to account bandwidth usage. How is it that one upgrade can affect so much of a site’s performance? It all comes down to what CDNs actually do: get your site’s static content physically closer to your site’s visitors by distributing that content to other servers.

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The Case for WordPress for Experienced Developers

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You’re experienced enough to build sites yourself with heavy duty frameworks like Django, Laravel, or Rails. You know how to custom code anything a site needs from scratch. If you’re an experienced developer, is it worth learning to use WordPress? Absolutely! For experienced developers, WordPress’s workflow is not a limitation but an opportunity to apply your skills to an in demand specialization. Continue reading –>