If you’re a Super Admin of a WordPress multisite, we just rolled out updates to WP Rollback that you’re going to love. Check it out. You’re welcome. 😉
Matt Cromwell recently chatted with plugin authors, page builder authors, and Gutenberg contributors to understand how it impacts the WordPress ecosystem.
Are you using the PHP compatibility checker to determine which plugins to use on your site? What are its limitations? Let’s talk about it.
Between the Google Styling Wizard and Snazzy Maps you no longer have to settle for default Google map colors. Why not match them to your site colors like you do everything else? This tutorial will walk you through exactly how […]
I had the opportunity to chat with three major WordPress publishing sites regarding their own publishing platforms as well as their thoughts on the publishing space in general. Chatting with Marie Dodson of Torque Magazine, Brian Krogsgard of Post Status, […]
As our “small plugin shop” starts growing into something not so “small” anymore, our Support has to grow as well. We’re now two full-time workers and one part-time worker. At our current rate we’ll need two more full-time workers one year from […]
Students and faculty of ITT Tech met a harsh reality this week. Their for-profit school closed its doors without any warning. We think this could be a great beginning for your career. Maybe you are one of those 40,000 students. […]
You’ve heard of Workout Music. What the WordPress Tech Support world really needs is some awesome Support Music. We’ve got your back. Technical Support requires a positive attitude, optimism, and honestly a healthy amount of cheer. No matter how well-coded […]
Google is flexing its muscles again, leveraging its dominance in the search engine market to push its own idea of what website best practice looks like. They announced that popup “interstitials” will make your site have less relevance if they […]
The WordPress Plugin Directory is currently getting a facelift. This could result in users finding relevant plugins more easily and plugin authors being more responsible. That is IF it gets implemented well. Full Disclosure: We’re plugin authors. Almost 100% of […]