Archive for the ‘Wordpress’ Category

My Personal Must-Have WordPress Plugins of 2017

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Today, I present you the WordPress plugins that I just can’t live without anymore. They take care of a problem with only one click, or they are just very user-friendly, making them super easy to use. I’m reasonably sure that you’ll be...

10 New WordPress Themes for Fall Cleaning 2017

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Fall is a wonderful time to clean up your website, giving it a new, fresh look. We’ve selected ten upcoming themes for you, so there should be something for everyone. 1 – Correct Lite Correct Lite is a neat theme for business websites. It&...

Content Security Policy: The Easy Way to Prevent Mixed Content

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I recently learned about a browser feature where, if you provide a special HTTP header, it will automatically post to a URL with a report of any non-HTTPS content. This would be a great thing to do when transitioning a site to HTTPS, for example, to ro...

10 WordPress Plugins to Supercharge Advanced Custom Fields

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I have to admit – I have a bit of a dev-crush on Advanced Custom Fields (ACF). The popular WordPress plugin allows you to build some incredibly powerful and user-friendly customizations. It takes WP’s already built-in ability to use custom fields a...

Celebrating Diversity in the WordPress Community

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Recently, I attended WordCamp Baltimore. It provided me with a chance to get out of the house and spend some time in the big city. More importantly, I had the opportunity to learn from and connect with an incredibly diverse group of people. It’s refr...

10 WordPress Plugins for Email Marketing Management

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Email marketing should be one of the key components of your customer retention strategy. Engaging in regular communication will keep subscribers informed about your latest news and promotions. So it’s vitally important that your website focuses on en...

WordPress + PWAs

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One of the sessions from the Chrome Dev Summit, hosted by Das Surma and Daniel Walmsley. It's not so much about WordPress as it is about CMS powered sites that aren't really "apps", if there is such a thing, and the possibility of turning that site int...

5 Signs You Should Replace Your WordPress Theme

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WordPress has been around for well over a decade. And, coupled with its massive market penetration, it’s reasonable to assume that there could be a whole lot of outdated installs out there. Much of the worries involved with an outdated WordPress webs...

Git and WordPress: How to Auto-Update Posts with Pull Requests

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At Bitfalls.com, we also use WordPress for now, and use the same peer review approach for content as we do at SitePoint. We decided to build a tool which automatically pulls content from merged pull requests into articles, giving us the ability to fix...