Tag: WordPress Development
How to Create WordPress Shortcodes, and Why I Love Them
Before we look at how to register WordPress custom shortcodes, let’s be clear: If there’s one thing Gutenberg is about to kill, it’s the use of WordPress shortcodes in content creation.
From Torque: “Are WordPress Developers Really Cheaper to Hire?”
Short answer: Yes!
How to Add Custom CSS Styles to Beaver Builder Elements
Beaver Builder is my favorite WordPress page builder by a mile, and it becomes significantly more powerful if you know CSS. This video guide quickly walks you through efficiently adding CSS styles to Beaver Builder elements—both modules, and the HTML elements inside those modules.
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.
Course: Learn WordPress Development
WPShout has helped thousands of people learn WordPress development since 2009. We’ve published hundreds of tutorials, created a premium WordPress development course, and love teaching what we learn in our day jobs as WordPress developers to would-be WordPress developers like you, who are just getting started, need a bit of extra guidance, or need a refresher.
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.
Post Status on Market Segmentation in WordPress
In this edition of their podcast, Brian Krogsgard and Brian Richards have a lot to say about how the WordPress market segments out. Starting around 12 minutes in, they download pure knowledge about the state of the market and the actors in it.
From Post Status: “The Future of the WordPress Economy, and Why I’m Not Worried”
We recently linked to an article by Chris Lema on the evolution of the WordPress economy that I still think about pretty often. Here’s another quick piece on the topic, this time at the always essential Post Status.
Chris Lema on the WordPress Economy
This analysis of the WordPress economy came across the Advanced WordPress Facebook group earlier, and I really like it. Key points for me include:
Good WordPress Tutorials from Jason Yingling
I recently stumbled on jasonyingling.me, and found it a really nice resource of honest advice from a working WordPress developer. It covers everything from improving page speed to the author’s experience trying to sell T-shirts online. I also enjoy the site design quite a bit: clean, attractive, and content-focused.