As a modern-day learner, you might have noticed that learning about web development has become much more accessible. The internet has brought a wealth of information to our fingertips. We can learn just about anything we want with a few clicks. However,...Read More Understanding Web Development: When to Read a Blog Post or the Developer Documentation
The Query Loop block is a powerful tool that brings the WP Loop, a core WordPress function, to the block editor. Introduced in WordPress version 5.8 and continually updated and improved since then, the Query Loop block is a useful way to...Read More Having Fun with Query Loop Block
When planning website development, one important consideration is whether or not your WordPress site needs a custom post type. In this article, we’ll go over what a custom post type is and how to decide whether your WordPress website needs one. We’ll...Read More Does Your WordPress Website Need a Custom Post Type?
Artificial intelligence is a rapidly growing field of technology, influencing everything from website trends to content to development. It can potentially revolutionize how we interact with information and the world around us, but how do we integrate artificial intelligence into WordPress? In...Read More How to Integrate Artificial Intelligence into WordPress
Right now, more than ever, there is a massive opportunity for the eLearning industry, WordPress, and learning management systems (LMS). That’s because eLearning, also known as online learning or digital education, is rapidly growing. eLearning Billions According to a report by Global...Read More Unlock the Potential of the $398 Billion eLearning Industry with WordPress LMS Solutions
Anyone new to WordPress might wonder what the difference is between posts and pages. When you’re getting acquainted with the WordPress dashboard, posts and pages stand out as the two most appropriate places to write your content, but they look almost identical....Read More What’s the Difference Between Posts and Pages in WordPress?
Every business is different. So are websites. The client and the website development agency should be on the same page to build, redesign, or migrate data successfully. Educating a client is rewarding, and fun. At WebDevStudios, we take the time to walk...Read More 5 Things WordPress Website Owners Should Understand
This post covers debugging WordPress using Xdebug, Local, and VS Code. This approach to debugging is far superior to logging variables to the error log or to the screen. Getting things set up correctly can be tricky. That’s where this tutorial helps....Read More Debugging WordPress Using Xdebug, Local, and VS Code
Our website agency is currently working on a Headless WordPress Multisite project using Next.js. Development is almost completed for this WebDevStudios client. However, as we’ve begun entering content, we realized that we can make improvements to the editing experience for the client....Read More Optimizing the WordPress Block Editor Experience