Here’s a video look at WordPress’s new Gutenberg editor. Highlights of some useful features; lowlights showing what happens to pre-Gutenberg content.
The WordPress team is hard at work on a change – Project Gutenberg – that will bring drag-and-drop editing to your WordPress website. Existing sites will be affected. Here’s a first look at what you need to know to make sure the transition doesn’t break your site.
This post to Twitter was eerily familiar: Suffering from a weird virus at our #wordpress site. No problems with direct links, but all change when posted on social media…. Just a few weeks ago, a client e-mailed me about an issue with a site that had been launched only hours before he noticed a problem. […]
Within the WordPress dashboard is something akin to a candy store for website owners: all-you-can-eat plugins. One click solves any website problem, real or potential. The best part? Everything’s FREE! Except…it’s not. Not always. Learn the real cost of plugins & get strategies for minimizing their impact on your site.
Most web hosting companies make big money selling the wrong thing to the wrong people. Here’s what you need to look for in a web host and why – in simple, easy-to-understand language.
Have you added AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) to your WordPress site? Should you add them? I dig into quick & dirty pros & cons so you can decide. If you’re ready to rock, I’ll give you the 2 links and 4 steps that’ll have you AMPed up in a jiffy.