Recently listed among the top resources for the WP Owls newsletter, the WebDevStudios blog is a hot spot of information among members of the WordPress community. Whether you’re looking for a basic explanation of Headless WordPress, remote work inspiration, or a quick...Read More 5 Most Popular Blog Posts in 2021
It’s eerie how quickly this month has passed. Alas, here we are nearly at the end of October. Client projects and internal Halloween activities kept WebDevStudios (WDS) busy. Additionally, talks, webinars, and social media events have, too. Peruse our latest company news....Read More Company News – October
Don’t be spooked. The technology and strategy behind a headless content management system is not as scary as you think. That is why the WebDevStudios team of Headless WordPress experts are teaming up with Post Status for a free webinar on October...Read More Headless WordPress Webinar
Want to stop Next.js telemetry? Here is a quick tip. You can disable it via the command line or via the environment file. If you are looking only at the command, you can skip this background information section and scroll to the...Read More Quick Tip: How To Disable Next.js Telemetry
Marketers are infamous for jumping on trends. Good marketers investigate them first. Whether it’s fashion, up-and-coming authors, or the hottest TikTok challenge, marketers love to find ways to make trends work for their company or brand. For the past few years, website design...Read More Why Is Headless WordPress Trending?
It’s 2021, and WordPress is only growing in popularity, representing as much as 41.4% of all websites! If you are in the market to make a new website, perhaps you should consider Headless WordPress. Because of the recent developments of Next.JS and...Read More Is Headless WordPress the Right Solution for You?
In case you are not aware, our awesome engineers at WebDevStudios (WDS) are losing their heads. No, we haven’t been offending the Queen of Hearts. I’m talking about Headless WordPress and the possibilities presented by this method of content delivery, without being...Read More Custom Post Type UI Supports WPGraphQL
One of WordPress’ greatest strengths, at least in my opinion, is its ability to function as a general-purpose content management system. This is usually done through custom post types and custom meta fields. Putting them onto the website is as easy as...Read More Quick Tip: Add Custom Meta Fields to GraphQL
March is coming to an end, and all kinds of activities are blooming at WebDevStudios (WDS). Our team has been working diligently on a variety of client projects, while still making time for talks, interviews, and Five for the Future (5FTF) contributions. Their...Read More Company News – March