This week: WPCampus speaker submissions ending soon, WordPress accessibility statement, WordPress update, Gutenberg 2.6, WooCommerce feedback and some security hack stats. Plus Gutenberg course and WordSesh.
An audio option for this post.
We have had sidebars on our blog off and on over the years. We take a look at the role they play in monetizing your WordPress site.
Are you using both category and author feeds to get the most out of large WordPress blogs that you follow?
An audio option for this post. As we move into providing you even more content, we want to make sure you are able to find what you are looking for. The slight redesign of our homepage will help you there. But there is another way. Over the years, and I mean a lot of years, we …
In this podcast Carrie Dils and myself had fun chatting about our early years in freelancing. She also shared some thoughts on her recent experience at Social Media World.
As we find new ways to bring you more valuable content, we are expanding our news and editorial posts.
Figuring out the reason is the first step in getting back in the groove. It may be totally out of our control, but just recognizing that it’s probably temporary makes it not quite so scary.
If you use Jetpack, you might want to check out what comes with the premium option. It adds a lot of value for sure.
We have some amazing WordPress stuff to give away.
Amazon Polly easily converts you post text to audio. But should you use it? We show you how to set it up, but also why and how we chose to put it on our site.
How to use a custom product title to show up in your WooCommerce cart to help with cart abandonment and entice customers to complete their purchase.
The problem with spending hours using Google to find WordPress tutorials often ends up with outdated and random content. WP101 is a perfect option to learn the WordPress basics.