The start of what will be a very, very long process: building a WordPress theme
So I’ve finally decided that I’m going to tackle the beast. That beast just so happens to be creating a WordPress theme and successfully getting it into the WordPress Theme Directory.
I have learned from prior experiences that that is no easy task, but I can also say that I’ve learned a lot since then and maybe this time around I will find more success.Read This Post about The start of what will be a very, very long process: building a WordPress theme
How to make sure your WordPress site is accessibleRead This Post
So you want to make your WordPress site accessible to everyone. Awesome. But it’s a pretty big undertaking. Here are the simple steps to achieve that goal.
What to look for in a pre-built WordPress themeRead This Post
Pre-built WordPress themes are a great option if you’re short on time and money. But how do you find the one that will grow your business? Here are some guidelines to follow to help you make that right decision.
How to navigate the WordPress plugin landscapeRead This Post
A situation with Pipdig showed the importance of selecting the right plugins and components for your website. So here’s how you can navigate the WordPress plugin landscape.
Navigating the WordPress theme landscapeRead This Post
The WordPress theme landscape is just as cluttered as plugins. But a theme is arguably more important to your site than a plugin. So how do you wade through the themes to find the right one.
Always stay up to date with WordPress CoreRead This Post
I’m always baffled when I run across a website that has a really old version of WordPress running. I know some people still aren’t on version 5.0 because of Gutenberg, but you still should stay updated for security and the newest features.
How to stay on-brand with GutenbergRead This Post
One of the best parts of Gutenberg is the power it gives small business over their website. But you need to make sure you still stay on brand.
Why you should use WordPress for your small business websiteRead This Post
So you need a website for your small business. What do you use to build your site with? If you have the resources, you should be using WordPress to build that website.
Being careful with your blocksRead This Post
It’s almost been a year since the new Gutenberg editor was rolled into WordPress core. It’s led to an explosion of cool blocks. But you need to be careful when installing them.
What to expect with WordPress 5.4Read This Post
WordPress 5.4 is slated to be released on March 31. This first big update of the year features a couple of new blocks, changes to the block editor and more. Let’s take a look at what you can expect.
Understanding the difference between WordPress.org and .comRead This Post
So you want to create a website with WordPress. But you see both a .org and a .com domain. Which one are you supposed to use? So glad you asked.
One year of GutenbergRead This Post
It’s been over a year since Gutenberg was rolled into WordPress. There was a lot of talk then. But what is it like with the new editor now?
Best ecommerce themes on ThemeForestRead This Post
ThemeForest is one of the biggest places to buy a theme for your website. I’m not the biggest fan of the themes there just because of code quality, but there are some really good ecommerce themes there. Here’s a look at a few of them.