February 11, 2020 — By using the Amelia booking plugin for WordPress, you can create booking widgets that collect more appointments (and revenue) for your clients. This article explains how. (Feed generated with FetchRSS )
February 4, 2020 — In this post, we’ll set up a demo site and tutorial for headless WordPress, including a starter template! We’ll use the WordPress dashboard for rich content editing, while migrating the front-end… Read More… (Feed generated with FetchRSS )
January 28, 2020 — WordPress adoption is massive. So why would a WordPress site consider moving to JAMstack? In this technical case study, we’ll cover what an actual WordPress migration looks like, using Smashing… Read More… (Feed generated with FetchRSS )
January 23, 2020 — WordPress Multisite allows you to run multiple websites on your server using the same WordPress installation. This article will help you understand every facet of this unique WordPress tool. (Feed generated with FetchRSS )
November 28, 2019 — Making our code CMS-agnostic, as much as possible, enables us to easily port our application to another CMS if the need arises. In this article we will learn how to abstract a WordPress application, … Read More… (Feed generated with FetchRSS )
November 18, 2019 — Making our code CMS as agnostic as possible enables us to easily port our application to another CMS if the need arises. In this article, we will learn how code abstraction works, why it is a good… Read More… (Feed generated with FetchRSS…
November 7, 2019 — Gutenberg is reinventing the experience of creating content in WordPress, granting it new powers to create, edit and manage our content. Let’s see what these new powers are. (Feed generated with FetchRSS )
October 28, 2019 — The term COPE (“Create Once, Publish Everywhere”) is a methodology for publishing our content to different outputs (website, AMP site, email, apps, and so on) by having a single source of truth for… Read More… (Feed generated with FetchRSS )
October 17, 2019 — A postmortem of what went wrong with the launch of Gutenberg, as to allow ourselves to embrace Gutenberg as the product. (Feed generated with FetchRSS )
October 15, 2019 — As a web designer, you’re probably all too familiar with feast or famine. Or with the dreaded scope creep that robs you of the profits you were so looking forward to pocketing. But that’s what happens… Read More… (Feed generated with FetchRSS )
September 24, 2019 — We don’t have any excuse for creating poor experiences today. Here’s what you need to know about designing complex tables for your mobile visitors in WordPress. (Feed generated with FetchRSS )
August 15, 2019 — Since its release 8 months ago, Gutenberg has been greatly improved, offering a user experience much richer than anything that was possible in WordPress. Let’s take a look at its latest… Read More… (Feed generated with FetchRSS )
June 6, 2019 — In this article, Adelina Țucă explains how you can easily optimize all the images on your website (manually or on autopilot) in order to gain better loading times. (Feed generated with FetchRSS )
May 22, 2019 — WordPress has a pretty robust architecture that can feel a bit too complex to run a simple blog. Let’s have a look at how Hugo can help us create a blog that is simple and fast. (Feed generated with FetchRSS )
March 18, 2019 — Many people are currently looking for alternatives to WordPress. This article compares WordPress and October CMS by exposing the important concerns that need to be kept in mind when looking for a…
March 12, 2019 — What are some of the most effective ways to grab a user’s attention? What engages them most? Trends come and go, but it’s still important to know which trend best fits your project.
March 4, 2019 — WordPress is modernizing, allowing us to rethink how to make the most out of newer tools and technologies. In this article, Leonardo Losoviz explains how you can integrate WordPress with Composer, …
February 22, 2019 — This article makes a tour of the PHP features newly-available to WordPress, and attempts to suggest how these can be used to produce better software.
January 30, 2019 — Block-based editors improve the user experience for those who create and publish content. What could future editors look like?