With a wide variety of free or premium themes available, choosing the right tool can certainly become an overwhelming process. That’s why we’re here today – to present some of the fast-loading, SEO-friendly, top-notch solutions that’ll bring your business to the next level.
Today we’re going to look at one of the first tools that I dug into as I learned more about server configuration and working with WordPress Core code, Varying Vagrant Vagrants. That’s a bit of a mouthful, so it’s most often abbreviated to VVV, which is what I’ll use.
If you have used a computer, you have dealt with cache. Perhaps you’ve heard that “clearing the cache” can help you speed up your browser. Perhaps you’ve then felt it was contradictory that cache was supposed to speed up your browsing experience. So what exactly is cache and for what purpose do we use it? […]
Elementor has over 5+ million active installs which means there is a massive market for add-on plugins for Elementor which will extend its features and add additional elements and widgets that can be used on your site.
As our applications, sites, and stores become more modernized, we should be modernizing our deployments, too. From version control to continuous delivery, a modern release process can relieve anxiety around deployments.
So far we’ve done little more than introduce you to the idea of building tests for your WordPress plugins and talk about a bunch of the extra terms you need to understand to dive deeper into testing your code. Today we’re going to make it practical by grabbing one of my free plugins and adding a few unit tests to show you how to put it together.