Author: Claire Brotherton
Where to Add Custom CSS in WordPress
There will be times when you are working on a WordPress site when you want to add custom CSS.
Beaver Builder Accessibility: What You Need to Know
The Essential WordPress Tutorial for PHP Developers
In this WordPress tutorial for PHP developers, we’ll look at how to start developing WordPress websites if you’re new to WordPress but already understand PHP.
An Honest Guide to the Best SEO Plugin for WordPress
This article identifies the best WordPress SEO plugin, and explains how we made our decision. Just as importantly, it’s designed to educate you on exactly what any SEO plugin can and can’t do for you—and what features to look with regardless of the SEO plugin you ultimately choose.
What is the Best WordPress Form Plugin?
If there’s one thing WordPress has a lot of, it’s form plugins. Despite offering similar core functionality, these various WordPress form plugins are definitely not created equal; and with so many choices out there, how do we know which form plugin is best for our own WordPress projects?
WordPress’s Astra Theme: Our Honest Review
You can find our in-depth Astra theme review below, but if you’re looking for a TL;DR version, here it is:
How to Create a Fresh WordPress Install from an Old Database Backup
If disaster strikes your WordPress site, your first thought should be to restore it from a backup. But can you create a fresh WordPress install from an old database backup?
SVGs in WordPress: How to Upload Them and Why to Use Them
This article is all about SVGs: how and why to use SVGs in WordPress, including how to allow SVG file uploads in WordPress. Whether you love, fear, or simply don’t understand this image format, we’ve got you covered.
25 Free Time-Saving Online Tools for WordPress Developers
As Fred wrote in an earlier post, learning WordPress development is hard. It’s not just a case of being able to write code. There’s a heap of associated skills: analysis, design, SEO, copywriting, user experience, maintenance and more.
Delving Further Into WordPress Website Accessibility
So you’ve read Eric Karkovack’s post on WordPress accessibility, and now you want to make future sites you work on accessible. Great!