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August 24, 2020

Introduction to Git

By using Git to manage your client projects, you will save yourself headaches since you can roll back changes or discard entire branches if you no longer want the work you’ve done. No more Ctrl + Z until you think you’ve rolled back far enough, Git will keep track of it all for you.

August 19, 2020

Getting Started with the WordPress Transients API

Today we’re going to look at one of the built-in methods that WordPress provides developers to help speed up those API calls, by caching the results with the WordPress Transients API.

August 10, 2020

Create a WordPress Tags vs. Categories Infrastructure

Today we’re going to talk about the difference between tags and categories. We’ll also provide some SEO tips so that your rankings aren’t affected by duplicate content.

August 05, 2020

Deploying to Live and Staging with Deploybot

Today we’re going to solve the problem of theme file transfers using Git and Deploybot to automate your deployment process.

July 22, 2020

When is it time to leave Shared Hosting & upgrade to Managed WordPress?

One of the best things about shared hosting is the low monthly price. One of the worst things about shared hosting is the low monthly price. The reality that both statements are correct presents a constant challenge to customers who are slowly outgrowing their initial decision to use shared hosting.

July 17, 2020

Managed WordPress vs DIY vs cPanel: Which Is Best?

Let’s compare Managed WordPress, DIY, and cPanel to see which approach gives you the most control and flexibility.

July 15, 2020

The 4 Best Drag & Drop WordPress Page Builders for 2020

Normally it takes website developers hundreds of hours to learn the basics of website development, but with page builders, you can build a complete website from scratch in just a couple of hours.

July 08, 2020

A Beginners Guide to WordPress CSS

This beginner’s guide to WordPress CSS will give you a walk-through on how to edit CSS in WordPress to help you build a more beautiful, intuitive, and better-performing website. Most CSS classes for WordPress would take you through these same steps.

June 25, 2020

How Your WordPress Blog Can Benefit From Custom Taxonomies

While categories and tags work great for most sites, if you’re a content creator, chances are, you can do better. You can create custom taxonomies in WordPress that use terms relevant to what your blog is about.

June 16, 2020

What is WordCamp?

If you’ve never heard of  WordCamp before you might think it involves playing lots of Scrabble in tents in the woods. But WordCamps actually have nothing to do with camping & nothing specific to do with words or spelling. So, what is WordCamp? A WordCamp is (in non-pandemic times) an in-person gathering of WordPress fans […]