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If you’re a freelance web designer or developer, or you run an agency, there’s a good chance that a lot of your business will be redesigning existing websites. Most potential clients out there already have a website, but many are old, possibly designed and coded on the cheap, and need a revamp. Some clients will […]
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There was a time a few years ago when I was seeing report after report talking about the impending death of physical storefronts. Working in marketing and web development at the time, I wondered if there was something to that. After all, most of our clients wanted websites that could provide just as robust of […]
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WordCamp is an especially great event wherever it’s held. But, there are some big things happening in WordPress right now, and with WordCamp Europe about to kick off in Serbia, Thursday June 14th, we’re excited to take a look at some of the discussions lined up. If you take a look through the schedule, there […]
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There’s no doubt about it: we’re living in a world of over-sharers. Bloggers, social media users, celebrity influencers… It seems like everyone wants to be a Kardashian these days; to give the world a close-up look into what’s happening behind the scenes of their lives or to share every thought that’s running through their head. […]
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One of the things I love about WordPress is its flexibility. You can use it to run a simple blog, as a high powered content management system, or to drive custom applications. Within theme development, one aspect that gives you lots of flexibility is the use of template tags. These will dynamically fetch data and […]
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There are a lot of ways to test the strengths and weaknesses of a WordPress site. And you should be using as many testing methods as possible both before and after launch to ensure that the user experience is always in good shape. Many of the methods for testing the UX of a WordPress site […]
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So, you run a WordPress site, and your business is driven by your ability to publish content easily in that system. And today, you’re still not quite sure if GDPR applies to you, and how. You don’t collect any personal data, and you don’t process any transactions. You’re in the clear! Right? Well… Maybe not. […]
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You’re already using structured data to improve search queries and results for your site. But have you thought about the use case for structured data as it pertains to voice search? There are a number of reasons why we need to start thinking about this. For one, there’s mobile-first. As more users access your site […]
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Power your WordPress application with Vue.js – the progressive JavaScript framework that now shares the stage with the likes of React and Angular. In this article, I’ll show you how to integrate a Single Page Search App within your existing WordPress application with Vue.js – an extremely popular JavaScript framework for developing rich user interfaces. […]
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If you’re starting out developing your own WordPress plugins, or you’re creating your own themes, a skill you’ll need to learn is writing functions. Maybe you’ve written a function which didn’t work and you’ve given up in frustration. Or maybe you’re confused by action and filter hooks and you’re not sure how to get your […]
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