The web is filled with insights and tutorials on how to use WordPress. Here are a few essential resources for WordPress enthusiasts of all levels.
Let’s start off with a bit of history, shall we? Shortcodes were first introduced to WordPress in version 2.5 (way back in March of 2008) so they’ve been around for a while.
Launching your WordPress site is just the beginning of its life on the web. You’ve conceived and birthed your baby… but now you're in charge of feeding and protecting it.
I’m the proud father of three adorable, brilliant, and yet also terrible and uncontrollable children.
Jetpack remains a polarizing plugin amongst developers so it’s not often discussed on developer-oriented blogs.
I’ve been blogging for over 14 years and it would be pretty difficult to guess the number of themes and designs that I’ve cycled through over the years.
If you’re a sci-fi fan or a fan of 80’s movies in general, then you know that 2015 is a special year: We’re supposed to have hover boards this year!
Regardless of whether you have a “real” small business or not (or even a medium or large-scale company), it can be incredibly helpful to keep a lean style of thinking when it comes to growing your organization’s bottom line.
Since introducing our managed WordPress hosting solution less than a year ago, we have constantly worked on optimizing the overall user experience.
Let’s just say it plainly and candidly, shall we? Writing, and therefore blogging, is hard.
If you spend enough time building sites for clients, or if you just own and maintain several of your own, you soon start to develop a little stash of favorite tools that you pull out for various occasions.
Version control. You’ve probably heard of it and you may even be cringing with guilt at this very moment because you’ve read one too many articles that tell you that you need to be using it.
Making a living with WordPress “WordPress is everywhere. Now, how do I make money with WordPress?” That is the prevailing question asked by anyone who has had a whiff of the content management system du jour.
For those of us that are logging in and out of WordPress sites all day every day, the backend of WordPress couldn’t be easier.
Managed WordPress hosting has been around for quite some time, but I’ve always stood on the edge of the pool, watching everybody splash around.
Through my work with Tidy Repo, I often get bogged down with the micro-details of WordPress development.