Advanced Custom Fields (ACF) has been around for quite a while now, and it’s super popular. We’re on version 5.x now, and the earliest dated reference documentation I could find was for ACF 2.0 in 2011. There have been some bumps along...Read More Creating, Extending, and Upgrading Custom ACF Fields That Use Select2
Are you contemplating speaking at your first WordCamp? You should do it. One thing I hope you’ll recognize throughout this blog post is that we all have different perspectives. The different journeys we have taken provide real value for others. So, let’s...Read More Speaking at Your First WordCamp? Here’s What You Need to Know!
Single Sign-On (SSO) is one of those features every pointy-haired boss in the world wants on their websites. Managing user accounts and passwords across dozens of work-related sites gets very old, very quickly. The longer time went on, the greater the need...Read More WDS Single Sign-On
At WebDevStudios (WDS), we’ve used Beaver Builder for several projects because it provides a quick and intuitive way for our clients to customize their websites. The development documentation for Beaver Builder is pretty good, however it falls short in one particular area: custom...Read More Beaver Builder Custom Fields
As a WordPress website owner, there’s a lot to think about. The biggest mistake I’ve seen repeated, especially by small businesses, is that they set up their website and then forget about it. Your website is your storefront to the world. It’s...Read More 5 Things to Think About as a WordPress Website Owner
Five for the Future (5FTF)—an ideal that WordPress companies should give 5% of their time back to the WordPress community. When I joined WebDevStudios (WDS) in April of 2017, I considered the company’s ongoing participation in 5FTF a fringe benefit. I was even...Read More What Five for the Future Means to Me
December 7 is a date which lives in infamy. Chrome 63 was officially released. Okay, so really the attack on Pearl Harbor is what is worth remembering about this date, but let’s talk about why the release of Chrome 63 is important to...Read More Google Chrome 63: Goodbye .dev, Hello .test
Here at WebDevStudios (WDS) we use a GitFlow-like process during development. The branch and merge strategy allows for multiple developers to work on a multitude of various features concurrently. In practice, it allows us to have greater development speed and product stability with...Read More Fixing Things: Git Reset vs. Revert