If you had a TARDOS and could travel back in time, what would you tell yourself when you first started out with WordPress? Here are a few things developer Rachel McCollins wished she knew back in 2010.
Daniel Pataki reveals the resources he can't live without in his day-to-day work as a developer, including the one that brought tears to his eyes because it was so well-designed!
Did you know that on average businesses spend 59% more than they expect on setting up online courses? With our free CoursePress plugin – available to download from the WordPress Plugin Directory – it only takes a few minutes to set up high quality courses on your site – and you don’t have to spend a cent.
How do you motivate, encourage and work well with a remote team of workers who live all over the world? Our CEO James Farmer reveals what has worked for him – all lessons learnt from 10 years of managing a remote team.
Don't waste time doing things the hard way ever again. Here are 20 premium resources for building WordPress websites quicker, better, and more efficiently.
Multisite networks are one thing, but a network of Multisite networks? Yes, it is entirely possible – and not all that difficult to set up.
For many bloggers, the comments section of your posts is a huge part of what makes your site worth visiting. So if your comments section isn't performing as well as you would like, here are 20 (free!) plugins that will not only make it easier for users to have their say, but also make comment moderation a breeze on your end.
Social sharing plugins are a key way of getting the word out about your content. But if you don't pay close attention, it's easy to install a plugin that won't look great on mobile. So today we run through 18 of the best free and premium solutions that are also responsive.
What are the biggest mistakes you made when you started out building websites for clients (and family and friends)? Today on the blog, guest writer Thomas Carney counts down his top four and – how to avoid them.
Cookies are the workhorse of much of the online world yet most people remain blissfully unaware of how and why they're used. So we're lifting the lid on the basics to show you how to create, retrieve and destroy your own cookies in the context of WordPress.