I recently switched over to a new host (thanks to a great deal from SiteGround). Since I spent a lot of time on my site’s redesign this year, I obviously didn’t want to start from scratch.
WordPress.org is second only to WordPress.com in Google search results for “WordPress,” followed by the project’s download, about, and featured themes pages. Unfortunately, visitors to WordPress.org land on an outdated website that doesn’t accurately represent the vibrance of the WordPress project and its strong community. As the face of the (more…)
We didn’t have a guest this week so Marcus Couch and I discuss the latest news and events happening in the WordPress community. We update listeners as to the status of the W3 Total Cache plugin. This segues into a conversation on whether caching plugins are necessary considering the improvements (more…)
Web developers today rely on various third-party APIs. For example, these APIs allow you to accept credit card payments, integrate a social network with your website, or clear your CDN’s cache. The HTTPS protocol is used to secure the connection with the API server. However, if your web app doesn’t verify the TLS certificate, a
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Human Made, the company behind A Day of REST, the first ever REST API conference, today announced A Week of REST, a residential developer bootcamp dedicated to the WordPress REST API. This four-day event will be […]
A Day of REST, the first conference dedicated to the WordPress REST API, was held in London at the end of January 2016, hosted by the events team at Human Made. Attendees offered overwhelmingly positive feedback after the conference finished, with 81% of the 221 participants saying they would attend (more…)
Jeff Chandler has been writing about software for eight years and is the founder of the popular WordPress publication, WP Tavern. This week he has taken over the ManageWP AMA. People came in with a […]
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Much of the eCommerce advice you’re going to find online will talk about improving your product pages, your shopping cart, or some crucial element within. And why not? These are important aspects of an online store that determine whether a purchase is made or lost. But we often see some of the other pages and moving […]
WordPress maintenance mode is a feature WordPress core enables when you update to the latest version of WordPress or update plugins and themes. It displays a message across your site that lets users know you’re working on something so you can perform updates without forcing users to use a semi-broken site. The update screen within […]
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Being a WordPress developer is a great profession, gives you a lot of freedom, offers creativity and flexible working hours. It also happens to be a great time to be in this profession as over a quarter of websites are powered by WordPress, so there really is a lot of work out there. Generally working Online means you can take part in lots of projects, but we have all experienced the quiet periods (myself included) and at times you need to know where to look to find work. So, when the going gets tough it’s good to have a set of go to websites that have exciting projects waiting to happen. We have put together a list of websites that can help you get hired as freelance WordPress developers.
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