Recently WordPress has been changing how it’s built. Obviously we have had Gutenberg which was built on Github, which is so much nicer than Trac, but that’s not what I mean. … Continue Reading Thanks for the WordPress Make Blogs!
Ross Wintle recently wrote an article about who the new WordPress editor has been created for, and it got me thinking. I’ve talked a lot, in past newsletters, about how … Continue Reading WordPress May Not Be For You!
I don’t often recommend specific WordPress plugins but I rather like Slim SEO like this one for it’s simplicity. SEO plugins is a hotly contested category in the WordPress space … Continue Reading Slim SEO WordPress Plugin
I build a lot of stuff, and I release most of it publicly. I have 20 WordPress themes on Pro Theme Design, but I’ve been making themes for over 10 years … Continue Reading How I Learn in Public
For many Facebook has lost a lot of it’s allure over the last couple of years. With all the reports of the social giant being used by advertisers to manipulate … Continue Reading WordPress as a Facebook Replacement?
2018 was a mixed bag for me. Initially I didn’t feel like I did much in the last year; but now it’s written down in front of me – perhaps … Continue Reading 2018 In Review, and Plans for 2019
I am fortunate enough to live in an area that has fast internet (100Mbps+), and I have a powerful computer. Yet the internet often feels slow. I’m a web developer … Continue Reading WordPress and a Faster Internet
Following the Gutenberg discussions in recent weeks, the Core Gutenberg team have posted an update on accessibility in Gutenberg, in which they try to establish there are some accessibility features … Continue Reading Regarding Accessibility in Gutenberg