Author: Fred Meyer
Finding the Best WordPress Hosting of 2019: An Honest Guide
Want to know who’s the best WordPress hosting in 2019? Let’s get straight to it:
Learning PHP for WordPress Development: Understanding PHP’s return
Welcome to this rundown on return in PHP! This article continues our series explaining the basics of PHP for WordPress development.
How to Build a Google Data Studio Dashboard
From an internet marketing firm called Data Driven Labs comes this outstanding introduction to Google Data Studio, a Google product I’d like to know a lot more about.
How to Link to Page Content from a WordPress Navigation Menu
Sometimes you might want your WordPress navigation menu items to link directly to a page section that sits in the middle of a larger page, rather than simply to the top of the page. For example: instead of creating a nav menu link to a Contact page, how do I create a menu link to the Contact section of my homepage?
Learning PHP for WordPress Development: Understanding PHP’s echo
Welcome to this rundown on echo in PHP! This article is part of our series explaining the fundamentals of PHP for WordPress development, so that you can start learning the language of WordPress “under the hood” and unlock the powers of a full-fledged WordPress developer.
Immobilize Metaboxes in the Post Editor with the Metabox Glue Plugin
Metabox Glue is a very niche plugin: its page on the WordPress plugin repository says “30+ active installations,” and that sounds about right. When you need it, though, it fits the job exactly.
Rundown of the Google E-A-T Algorithm Update from Torque
Google just introduced a major update to its search algorithm. This one’s called E-A-T, which stands for the things Google really likes now: “Expertise,” “Authoritativeness,” and “Trustworthiness.”
Learning PHP for WordPress Development: Introduction to PHP Functions
This article is an accessible dive into one of the bedrock concepts of modern programming: functions.
SiteGround Review: Why SiteGround Should Be Your First Choice for Shared Hosting in 2019
We’ve written this comprehensive SiteGround review after testing all major WordPress hosts and hosting with SiteGround for five years. We recommend making SiteGround’s GrowBig plan (starts at $5.95/mo before renewing higher) your first choice for shared WordPress hosting on any site with fewer than 30,000 visits a month. It’s reliable, performant, and technically cutting-edge, with very good and accessible tech support.
WP&UP: Supporting Mental Health in the WordPress Community
One of the most pleasant surprises of our time at WordCamp US 2018 was that we got to meet Dan Maby. Dan is the founder of WP&UP, a registered charity that exists to support and promote mental health in the WordPress community