Summer’s in full swing! What better time to gear up for a productive fall and 2017 by preparing and planning to apply to speak at a future WordCamp? Even when your summer plans include vacationing in Europe, catching up on […]
We just got back from WCMIA and learned several important lessons on selling WordPress products. Check it out!
This week we review promising new plugins for custom fields, image optimization, and WooCommerce.
A WordCamp’s website is vital to the success of the event. Every year we review the best WordCamp websites. Check out the roundup of the best WordCamp websites of 2015.
Adding unique map markers to your Google Maps can impress clients and website visitors. Here’s the best map icon collections we’ve found to date.
WordCamp Orange County held the first ever Plugin-a-Palooza, a competition to develop an awesome plugin in a limited amount of time. Who won? We did! Check out the story about the plugin and competition.
WordCamps are community organized conferences focused on WordPress. I am part of the WordCamp San Diego organizing team and one of my tasks was to help design and develop the website. During my design and development process I reviewed many WordCamp […]
Reactor is a service that helps users create a native iOS and Android app for their WordPress website. Let’s get hands on with the service and break down the process of building our very own native mobile application.
WordPress parent themes can come with a lot of extra baggage. If you’re on a mission to clean up your parent theme, here’s a few handy functions to help you.
It’s been a bit quiet around here for the past few months. This is primarily because I’ve been doing a lot of investment in the actual business of WordImpress.com. Part of that time and financial investment led me to look for […]