Everytime WordPress Updates their WordPress Core to a major release (126.96.36.199 and soon 5) we have to ensure that all of our websites and plugins we support and run are compatible. Now that we have possibly the biggest upgrade coming in December we will need to do some major due diligence.
In the coming weeks, we will be moving all of our sites onto new servers with WP Engine and ensuring all of your sites have the latest WordPress Upgrade. We have ordered 3 new Google Dedicated Servers for our customers.
So you want to create a WooCommerce store to sell physical and/or digital products on WordPress? WooCommerce is an open source e-commerce plugin for WordPress. It was designed for small to medium-sized online sellers using the WordPress CMS Platform Launched in 2011.
Over the past few weeks we have been testing Google Accelerated Mobile Pages for WordPress. Google has recently been promoting a new concept it calls Accelerated Mobile Pages, in short AMP. This article details what AMP is and how you can and if you should implement it in your WordPress website
WordPress SEO your dog could understand might sound a little simplistic, especially when it is one of the most misunderstood parts of any web development.
Over the past few weeks, we have been upgrading websites to latest versions of WordPress and also adding a little code to the mix so that you can now embed Google+ Events into your posts and pages. Adding an event in
We all want to be successful online and there is no shortage of companies offering you a quick way to get to the top of Google results. However, the majority of these companies are useless and even if you have short term success with them you will need to continually pay them to keep those results.
If you are a small business and you are looking to succeed online then a great starting point is WordPress. WordPress has gone from being a blogging platform to being a premier content management system. Over the years I have had the pleasure of speaking at WordPress
WordPress GPL Storm. Having just returned from a speaking engagement at the Inman Real Estate Connect conference in San Francisco, I had the pleasure of speaking to a large number of people in the real estate industry and caught up with some old friends from the Wordpress community.
A week from today on May 1, hundreds of WordPress users, developers, designers and general enthusiasts will descend upon San Francisco for the 4th annual WordCamp SF. Since that first WordCamp in 2006, back when WordPress was on version 2.0