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Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 15

Transcript ↓ In this episode, Cory Miller and Corey Maass discuss their progress on a project related to image generation and sharing. They explore the use of Open Graph (OG) images, social media platforms, and the importance of consistent branding. They mention the need for a logo and discuss the design concept, leaning towards a…

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Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 14

In this episode, Cory Miller and Corey Maass discuss implementing an image-generation tool for content marketing. They explore the idea of creating templates for generating images that can be used in blog posts, social media, and other channels. The tool aims to enhance the visual appeal of content, highlight key quotes and summaries, and make sharing easier. They envision a workflow where marketers can quickly generate various image templates based on their content, ultimately improving their posts’ overall presentation and value.

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Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 13

Corey Maass and Cory Miller continue the development of their new WordPress plugin, Crop.Express. They dive into the world of Open Graph (OG) images for WordPress. Cory and Corey explore the benefits of using OG image templates, providing customization options to meet client demands, and incorporating effective pricing models. Whether you’re a WordPress professional or a business owner, this episode will equip you with the knowledge and strategies to create visually captivating content that captivates audiences and drives engagement.

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Tech Roundup Week Ending May 12

WooCommerce 7.7 If you’re running an online store using WooCommerce, you’ll be excited to hear about the recent 7.7 release! This latest update focuses on improving performance, security, and user experience. Among the key features in version 7.7 is the new Webhooks API, enhanced management of external products, and improved performance when modifying variations. From…

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The WP Agency Journey with Bet Hannon of AccessiCart-Post Status Draft

Bet Hannon, CEO of AccessiCart, talks with Cory Miller about her journey in starting an agency focused on accessibility and e-commerce in the WordPress space. She highlights the importance of accessibility, not only as a legal requirement but also as a means to enhance the user experience for all visitors. Bet emphasizes the need for WordPress professionals to continually educate themselves about accessibility and user experience best practices, collaborate with communities, and consider the diverse needs of users with disabilities. By prioritizing accessibility and optimizing user experiences, we can create inclusive websites that benefit all users.

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Tech Roundup Week Ending May 5

New Community Theme Launched WordPress Themes Team released a new block theme, Stacks, designed to build slide decks. Stacks was designed and constructed by Saxon Fletcher with help from Ben Dwyer. After customizing the theme, users can create slides on any post or page using the ‘Stacks’ pattern. The theme is mobile-friendly and not likely…

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Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 12

Corey Maass and Cory Miller continue the development of their new WordPress plugin, Crop.Express. They discuss the current state of WordPress, its future, and what it means for WordPress professionals. Discover the top takeaways for developers, designers, and business owners in the WordPress ecosystem. Expect to gain insights on navigating the evolving WordPress landscape and staying ahead of the game.

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WordPress Products in the Enterprise with Crowd Favorite-Post Status Draft

In this episode, Cory Miller talks with Karim Marucchi, Pat Ramsey, and Alex Nitu of Crowd Favorite. They share their insights on scaling WordPress for the enterprise. Their discussion includes the challenges of managing large WordPress sites, tips for optimizing site performance and security, and advice for hiring and managing a WordPress development team.

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Tech Roundup Week Ending April 28

Accessible Target Sizes Cheatsheet Vitaly provides practical guidelines for preventing rage taps, and rage clicks on mobile devices, including recommended target sizes for icons, links, and buttons. It also offers helpful conversion tables for translating point units to CSS pixels or Android/iOS units. OpenAI is trying to trademark “GPT.” What are your thoughts? A discussion…

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Talking With Valet’s Ceo Kimberly Lipari About The Changing Value Of Websites To Organizations-Post Status Draft

In this episode, Kimberly Lipari and Cory Miller discuss the ups and downs of building and selling WordPress companies. They share their experiences, including the challenges they faced and lessons learned. They also give advice to entrepreneurs and business owners looking to grow and sell their own WordPress companies.

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Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 10

Corey Maass and Cory Miller look to the future of WordPress as they continue the development of their new WordPress plugin, Crop.Express. From sharing tips on how to keep your WordPress website safe from hacks and vulnerabilities to insights on how to optimize website performance, improve user experience, and enhance website accessibility, this episode is packed with valuable takeaways.

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Jesse Friedman on raising the WP hosting standard across the industry with WP.cloud-Post Status Draft

In this episode, Jesse Friedman, Head of WP Cloud, joins Cory Miller to provide valuable insights and strategies for improving infrastructure and service to deliver superior hosting. They also highlight how managed hosting can help businesses focus on their core operations while leaving the technical aspects to the experts.

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Tech Roundup Week Ending April 14

Free vs. Paid SSL β€’ SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) and TLS (Transport Layer Security) are internet protocols that use encryption to secure websites. β€’ SSL certificates can be legally required for specific websites and may help boost a business’s reputation, increase sales, and more. β€’ Certificate Authorities (CA) like DigiCert, Entrust, Sectigo, and Let’s Encrypt…

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Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 9

Corey Maass and Cory Miller continue the development of their new WordPress plugin, Crop.Express. In this conversation, they share their experiences and challenges in creating the plugin, including the importance of user feedback and testing. They also talk about their decision to make the plugin open-source, the potential benefits of doing so, and the importance of community involvement in the process.

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