The story of my blogging career over the past few years could be summed up as, “How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Reblog.” There’s something that’s so much fun about finding something cool and sharing it on my blog...Read More Fixing oEmbed with a Custom Provider
At WebDevStudios (WDS), we don’t stop giving back, including our constant participation in Five for the Future. Whether it’s speaking at or organizing a WordCamp event, or participating in a number of open-source projects, our team is always working toward making the...Read More Another Friday, Another Five for the Future Day!
In my last blog post, I filled you in on what’s new with the AMP Project and why I think it’s worth a second look. Today, I want to go in depth with the official AMP for WordPress plugin. Real Quick, What...Read More Get to Know the Official AMP for WordPress Plugin
Using a staging site to perform integral WordPress updates could save you from the white screen of death! Meagan Hanes, Technical Project Manager at Maintainn, the maintenance, support, hosting, and small business web design division of WebDevStudios, has been on the road...Read More Update Smart: Using a Staging Site!
If you’re like me, then you’ve heard of the AMP Project. It was announced by Google about four years ago as a way to improve mobile performance on the web. You may have even installed the AMP for WordPress plugin and then...Read More AMP ⚡️ More Than Just Mobile Pages
When it’s time to take a break from projects, I enjoy listening to podcasts as a fun way to keep learning. With so much excitement surrounding WordPress, it can be difficult to stay current on what’s happening in the community and ecosystem....Read More 5 Favorite WordPress Podcasts
When you spend weeks or months creating a new website or redesigning an old one, it becomes difficult to imagine life outside of development. You become laser focused on the big day: launch. You tell yourself that if you could just get...Read More 5 Things to Consider When You Launch Your WordPress Website
Using Git is great for version control for your various projects, but sometimes your repositories become so bloated with testing and development tools that the project becomes difficult to navigate. Not to mention how much more bandwidth is needed to pull and...Read More How I Became More Organized by Learning to [Git] Ignore
In the past, we have aimed to dedicate our Five for the Future days to Fridays, but since giving back should not be limited to any specific day of the week, really, we’ve opted to hold our next Five for the Future...Read More Wild Wednesday: Five for the Future Happens Tomorrow