WP101 is ending lifetime licenses soon, so now's a great time to get one. It's an excellent deal for what I consider to be the best 101 series of tutorials available for your clients.
WP101 are ending lifetime licenses soon, meaning now’s a great chance to get an excellent deal for what I consider to be the best 101 series tutorials out there for your clients.
A lot of tutorials just jump in and miss the fundamentals. I believe that without the fundamentals, you might as well not even start. Think of this post as an upfront investment – a down payment if you will. Getting my development environment setup correctly from the start has literally saved me weeks worth of…
Joe and Brian talk about the release and features of WordPress 4.5, “Coleman”. They also discuss the earliest stages of WordPress 4.6 — no rest for the wicked.
There’s been a lot of attention paid to the CSS grid layout, and this seems entirely justified as browser support for it is growing. There are quite a few guides and tutorials out now that will help you get up to speed, like this one from Chris Brandrick or this one from alligator.io. As Rachel Andrew reminds…
This week in an article shared in Post Status Slack, Eric Karkovack suggested some ways to improve the WordPress user experience, especially for DIY users setting up a website for the first time. Some of the things Eric wants to see happen, like a standard interface for plugins and a curated view of the plugin ecosystem, are also commonly expressed by designers, developers, and people in other roles at WordPress agencies serving enterprise clients. Can we get everyone to “yes” on a better UX?
If you an experienced writer and want to contribute to writing documentation and tutorials for WordPress, M Asif Rahman wants you to take a look at the WordPress projects in Google’s Season Of Docs 2020. There are some details to consider, including time commitments, and Google’s qualifications for technical writers. ✍️