Jason Coleman of Paid Memberships Pro started a hashtag late last week: #WPReviewsInRealLife. Coleman writes fictitious reviews of “real life” products that get one-star ratings for seemingly random reasons — and WordPress plugin and theme authors have never laughed so […]
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.
I have a past that not many WordPress folks know about: I’m a social justice, hippy protester at heart. Back in the day, I was one of those guys who went to protest rally meetings. Sometimes it didn’t matter what […]
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.
Forcing SSL in your WordPress site is “all the rage” lately. And for good reason. Security is a serious issue and SSL isn’t a silver bullet by any means, but it helps. But the biggest reason why web owners want […]
Thinking about buying a drag and drop WordPress theme for your next project? Take a look at these important considerations first.
So you want to get started developing WordPress themes? Here’s what you need to know to be a successful WordPress theme developer.
If you’re building a WordPress theme or plugin then you should take a hard look at Redux Options Framework. Here are the top ten reasons why I think you should use it.
Roots is one of the most popular WordPress starter themes. After building nearly a hundred sites from Roots, here’s my review.
A theme welcome popup or tour can really go a long way. Providing your users useful links to documentation from the get go is smart. Here’s how to create a single or multiple pointer tour in WordPress.