WordPress Page Builders, Reviewed: Beaver Builder, Divi Builder, WPBakery Page Builder, Elementor
This article reviews four prominent WordPress page builder solutions: WPBakery Page Builder, Divi Builder, Beaver Builder, and Elementor.
Up and Running Third Edition launches today
Today’s the day! The Third Edition of Up and Running is now live.
An incredible deal for Up and Running’s Third Edition
Up and Running Third Edition launches next week: still the best way to learn WordPress development
Our critically acclaimed “learn WordPress development” course Up and Running has been updated for 2018, and this update is launching next week alongside a lot of really excellent launch bonuses.
How We Make Money Selling Premium WooCommerce Plugins
A lot of people have written about how competitive WordPress has become and how difficult it is to make money with WordPress from products such as themes and plugins. Others believe there’s still plenty to be thankful for in WordPress.
Become a Freelance WordPress Developer: How to Make a Career of It
This article outlines the key topics I’ve needed clarity on to work as a freelance WordPress developer.
“My Developer Ruined My Site’s SEO”: Three Huge SEO Mistakes and How to Avoid Them
Far too often, a developer comes in to “modernize” a site—and ends up wrecking a thriving online business by ruining its SEO.
SiteGround Review: Why SiteGround Should Be Your First Choice for Shared Hosting in 2018
When Coding, Make the Smallest Possible Change
After you develop for a while, and especially if you keep an ear out for wisdom that others offer, you get some habits. Those habits aren’t things you consciously think about, but they can make a big difference. I recently discovered that one such habit I have is that I always want to make the smallest possible change to the code I can. This often leads to simpler solutions. Today, I’m going to try to explore that intuition in a way that I hope will convince you of it being right.
What WordPress Means to Me
With Gutenberg in the wings, the WordPress community is full of lots of tumult. People are worried that the WordPress they’ve built their business and career on is suddenly going to become something else. Something with different priorities, goals, or methods than they expected.