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 –>
Becoming a better writer or content creator takes a lot of effort, time and practice. But if someone offered you a shortcut to instantly make your content work harder for you, would you take it? A table of contents plugin can do just that.Continue reading –>
If you’ve ever used a file manager to explore your WordPress site, you may have found something that surprised you in a directory like /wp-content. Taking a look at your site files, you ran across an index.php file containing nothing but:Continue reading –>
404 pages are part and parcel of a fully functional website. It’s not entirely bad if your website has 404 pages, especially if it contains tons of pages or posts.
This may be comforting to an extent but doesn’t warrant total negligence, especially when WordPress can redirect your 404 pages automatically.Continue reading –>
Simply creating and launching a website will not lead to online growth. To successfully build and maintain your web presence, you must continually engage your audience and give them reasons to return to your website regularly.Continue reading –>
If your WordPress website has been online for a little while, you may want to consider looking into a custom WordPress theme.
With most premium WordPress themes, no matter how many images and colors you change, you can never remove all theme styling and layout. Continue reading –>
Starting out on the WordPress journey can be intimidating. It seems like a whole new world with lots of buttons and options. And there’s creative concerns like menus, colors, site navigation, content writing. In order to get the most out of WordPress it’s best to see your work as a series of phases in which you take on greater challenges in sequence. Continue reading –>
Lots of people overload their WordPress websites with plugins — from a backup plugin in WordPress to security plugins to SEO plugins to general theme and “cutesy” plugins that tweak your layout. But these plugins, particularly the superfluous ones, can actually slow down your performance.Continue reading –>
There’s a lot that goes into preparing a presentation for WordCamp. For many, just the idea of speaking in front of a group of strangers can be overwhelming. But fear not, a solid preparation will help you beat the jitters and give a stellar presentation. Continue reading –>
The world of WordPress is changing faster and faster each day. WordPress is no longer a one-time install set-it-and-forget-it operation. As more websites all over the world adopt WordPress a whole suite of external tools have emerged to support the WordPress ecosystem. This year, your work will be to navigate this sea of tools and options and features without getting lost and frustrated. Read on to find out how you can keep your operation on course this year: Continue reading –>