WPLift is a popular blog about WordPress. Oli Dale launched their second design iteration this morning. It's a whole new scheme, and they've included new plugin and theme repositories that will be interesting to see how they're used. It's very different front the original, and very modern. Nice work, Oli!
Chris Wallace of UpThemes touches on niches and marketing in response to David Perel’s recent article on the state of the WordPress theme industry. If you want to be successful in the WordPress theme industry, you need to have a better strategy behind releasing themes other than, “Well, I noticed e-commerce themes were popular so…
Back in 2019, my agency was a team of 10 people, and we were entering a space where we could easily start working with big enterprises. Our idea of the future was to scale up and grow. Of course it was.
What do you need to know about names, trademarks, and DBAs when you’re starting a business? Nellie Akalp explains how to get started.
Cory and David discuss Andrea Middleton’s departure, the Classic Editor’s persistence, Frontity’s acquisition, and Jonathan Wold joining Post Status.
The aftermath of the Panama Papers is going to be happening for a long time, but a few sources that are trying to figure how exactly the link happened have been recently mentioning a three-year old install of Drupal. A “three month old” WordPress install is also mentioned, but the focus seems to be on…
Isobel Weston revisits the accomplishments of EasyWP, Namecheap‘s managed WordPress hosting service that launched in 2017. It’s great to see how they’re giving back to the community. EasyWP is active as a sponsor of WordCamps all over the world. 🏕️