So, you’ve decided to attend your first WordCamp—a nonprofit, volunteer-organized conference about WordPress and related topics. That’s great! WordCamps are excellent places to learn a new skill, get up-to-date on design trends, meet potential clients and partners, and geek out about WordPress...Read More Going to your First WordCamp? Here’s What You Need To Know!
As WordPress 5.2 is set to release by the end of this month, WebDevStudios (WDS) thought it would be fun to put together a Spotify playlist of WordPress music. Fans of WordPress are keenly aware that each new release is named after...Read More WebDevStudios: Powered by WordPress, Powered by Music
Anyone and everyone who owns, runs, and/or manages a WordPress website needs to keep their WordPress skills and knowledge up to date. Whether you are a business owner with a WordPress site or a content manager hired to run a WordPress site...Read More Ways to Learn More About WordPress
What better day than Valentine’s Day for WebDevStudios (WDS) to express our love for WordPress Page Builders? Don’t get it us wrong. We are on board with Gutenberg and look forward to its continued development. We set up Gutenberg’s Block Editor for...Read More Why WebDevStudios Still Loves Page Builders
WebDevStudios (WDS) is working to improve our theme framework wd_s based on Automattic’s _s; although at this point, it’s resemblance is only vaguely similar. WDS is dedicated to keeping up to date with the web development industry and making educated decisions about...Read More Building a WordPress Theme: Things to Consider in 2019 (And Beyond)
WordPress Page Builders have a controversial history. Early visual design tools for WordPress were clunky and, behind the scenes, outputted code that was slow-loading and poor in quality. Not only that, Page Builders were often bundled together with WordPress themes, which made...Read More How Page Builders Can Help Your Team Create Better Websites
Most WordPress developers are familiar with the concept of actions and filters. At the very heart of WordPress, these hooks allow developers to extend the functionality of WordPress in numerous ways. Whether you want to run a process when a post is...Read More Debugging WordPress Core: Actions and Filters
Editor’s Note: The following is Part 2 in a two-part series titled, “Headless WordPress with React and NextJS.” In Part 1 of this series, we set up a simple app to display our posts using React and Next.js alongside our WordPress install....Read More Headless WordPress with React and NextJS (Part 2)