It’s another action-packed weekend with two WordCamp events happening somewhat simultaneously. And two WebDevStudios (WDS) team members will be speaking at each one, offering insight, guidance, and education. First, there’s WordCamp Ann Arbor, October 13-14, 2017. Lead Backend Developer, Kellen Mace, is donating his time to the Developer Track, as...Continue Reading It’s Another WordCamp Weekend!
If you know anything about WebDevStudios (WDS), you know that we love WordCamps. We find so much value in attending and speaking at them that we’ll be at TWO this week: WordCamp Salt Lake City and WordCamp Portland. Both happen September 23, 2017. WordCamp Salt Lake City A single-day conference that includes...Continue Reading WDS Will Be at TWO WordCamps This Weekend!
No matter the size of your company, one of the key reasons to have a website is to make it easy for your clients to get in touch with you. There’s the old tried and true method of creating a Contact page where a visitor can fill out a form...Continue Reading Is Live Chat a Good Idea for Your Website?
Editor’s Note: The following is the final article in a three-part series titled, “What Is WordPress Multisite and How Can It Help You?” Read Part 1 here and Part 2 here. Part 3: Can WordPress Multisite Help You? In the previous two parts, we introduced you to new concepts in...Continue Reading What Is WordPress Multisite and How Can It Help You? (Part 3)
Editor’s Note: The following is Part 2 in a three-part series titled, “What Is WordPress Multisite and How Can It Help You?” Read Part 1 here. Read Part 3 here. Part 2: Why Does WordPress Multisite Matter? If you have not read it already, go read Part 1 in this series, as it...Continue Reading What Is WordPress Multisite and How Can It Help You? (Part 2)
Editor’s Note: The following is Part 1 in a three-part series titled, “What Is WordPress Multisite and How Can It Help You?” Read Part 2 here. Read Part 3 here. Introduction to WordPress Multisite There is a good deal of information on the web about WordPress Multisite, but most of...Continue Reading What Is WordPress Multisite and How Can It Help You? (Part 1)
They ate donuts, drank beer, and played board games. But it wasn’t just about having fun at WordCamp Minneapolis/St. Paul. There was also education, information, assistance, and plenty of networking. WebDevStudios (WDS) Senior Backend Developer, Justin Foell, and Backend Developers, Jeremy Ward and Gary Kovar, all attended the event, each...Continue Reading Post Event Report: WordCamp Minneapolis/St. Paul
WebDevStudios (WDS) would like to proudly introduce you to BRAD. No, not Brad Williams, our CEO. We mean the WordPress plugin you didn’t even know you needed till now: Better Responsibility Around Discoverability, aka BRAD. Developers Aaron Jorbin and Andrew Norcross created the BRAD plugin after our own Brad tweeted this:...Continue Reading Meet BRAD
Your WordPress editor is about to get a makeover! While the details aren’t complete yet, we know that soon, the way we edit our content in WordPress is going to change. It’s called the Gutenberg Editor, and the time has come for you to prepare for it. Typically when you log...Continue Reading Preparing for Gutenberg
One of my favorite things to do as a developer is rubber ducking with other devs. If you aren’t familiar with rubber ducking, the term comes from the book The Pragmatic Programmer in which a dev would explain, line by line, their code to a rubber duck. Writing code is...Continue Reading Rubber Ducking