Author: Fred Meyer
SiteGround is 70% Off All Week
Happy Labor Day! SiteGround has bumped its sign-up discounts up to 70% for all shared hosting products through September 9th. If you’ve been needing hosting for a new project, or wanting to change hosting for yourself or a client, now’s the time.
How to Prevent Browser Caching of a CSS Stylesheet in WordPress
This video and text Quick Guide explains how to prevent browser caching of CSS files, with a special focus on doing this for WordPress sites.
Learn WordPress Development: The Basic Course
WordPress development is a massively useful skill, but it’s also tricky to learn—especially if you learn things in a piecemeal way that allows basic confusions to persist while you try to tackle advanced topics.
“SEO in Content Marketing: How to Write for Search Engines Without Sounding Like a Robot”
Over the weekend, an extremely skilled and SEO-savvy content writer we’ve been working with recommended me this resource. It’s a nicely formatted PDF full of deeply sane advice on SEO-aware content creation.
Generate Customizable PDFs from Your Posts with WordPress PDF Templates
I have a client who needs to be able to create PDFs of his WordPress posts, including for custom post types that he specifies. I tried a few solutions, and WordPress PDF Templates is definitely the best I’ve found.
Why Learning WordPress Development is Hard
Over years of teaching WordPress development, we’ve realized something: learning WordPress development is really hard.
Some Cool CSS Tricks on Quora
A Quora feed hits my email everyday, and it’s mostly “Why was Thanos afraid of ___ when he defeated ___?” content. I’m not sure why that’s what’s in my feed, but there you have it and feel free to ask me anything about why Thanos is afraid of people.
You Can Now Sign the WordPress Developer Honor Code
A couple of months back I wrote a really long (sorry!) and really impassioned article about:
How to Customize Your WordPress Post Excerpts
The WordPress excerpts system works properly, but it uses lots of functions and it’s hard to know which one does what.
“301 Redirects: The Horror That Cannot Be Uncached”
Sometimes all you need is a good article title to let you know what your problem is.