Yelp Widget Pro Premium’s shortcodes allow you to display Yelp Widget Pro anywhere on your website. This post will explain how to use shortcodes within your posts or pages to display the Yelp content you want.
Knowing which Yelp API to use can be confusing. This post aims to make clear the differences between Yelp’s Business and Search APIs and how they can be used with Yelp Widget Pro. Two video screencasts and additional content will provide you the information you need to get up and running.
You will need a Yelp API key in order to use Yelp Widget Pro. Don’t worry, it’s quick and easy to request one. All you need is a Yelp account!
Recently I made the switchover to WPengine and haven’t looked back. I often do work outside WordPress, so this got me wondering… can I install another CMS on their hosting? Here’s what I found out!
WooCommerce and Yoast SEO are great to use in combination with one another. Did you notice an issue with the Products page column padding? Here’s two fixes to make the CSS issue go away!
Optimizing your website’s speed improves your visitor experience and can help decrease bounce rates and increase conversions. Check out this presentation on how you can gauge your website’s speed and how to improve its performance.
Here is a cool bit of code to loop through a post type’s taxonomy and display the posts within to display a nice category listing with the posts.
If you’re looking to set yourself up on an Nginx server, or LEMP stack, on AWS then check out the following list of tutorials to get your on your way.
The WordPress Admin panel is being re-imagined in an upcoming version. Matt Mullenweg is spearheading the effort. Here’s how you can preview the new panel!
The HTTP upload error is a pain. If you’re running WordPress on nginx here’s a solution to try out.