All web sites need to get updated now and then. Styles change, content gets old, and the current site may no longer serve the direction a business is taking. Not to mention that old design and development techniques may be holding back the site’s potential.
If this isn’t the Age Of Templates then I don’t know what it is. Web design has evolved to the point that we no longer need to master web development and design to turn out one beautiful and useful web site.
How many times have you seen, “Make sure to keep the version of WordPress you’re running for your site up-to-date”?
I’m taking my first steps to remake virtually every aspect of this site. It’s an ambitious project. I know where I am going but not 100% sure how I will get there. I’m keeping an open mind on my process.
Many people (like me) write about Choosing The Perfect WordPress Theme For Your Web Site. But we often overlook good advice on what should NOT be included in a WordPress theme.
When you meet Joe Casabona you will find it irresistible to spend a lot of time with him. That’s how I felt when I first met him at WordCamp Montclair in June 2019.
If you’ve ever rubbed elbows (and in today’s world that might be more improbable than not) with Bob Dunn, more widely known as BobWP, you’ve touched WordPress Royalty.
In Celebration Of The 100th Edition Of The WordPress Big 3 Or How My Newsletter Evolved Over 3 Years
The number 100 represents a milestone. It’s a time to take stock and look back on where the WordPress Big 3 came from and where it’s going.
Back at the end of 2017 I took to wearing a baseball cap that I picked up from a vendor’s table at WordCamp US in Nashville, TN. I had no idea what the logo meant or why I liked it so much.