Pricing your products and services is not easy, but it’s paramount if you want your business to succeed. In this post we teach you how to do it.
Privacy policies explain the data you collect about your visitors. If your plugin collects data, you should help your users update their privacy policies so that their visitors know what your plugin does.
Magdalena has been using WordPress for over a decade and she’s a seasoned WordPress developer, as well as an active member of the community. Meet her here.
Namespaces in PHP are a way for encapsulating items such as functions, classes, or variables and thus preventing name collisions. Learn how to use them in your plugins and themes.
If you want to build an online brand and reputation, people need to know who you are. Writing guest posts in third-party websites will help you reach your target audience quickly.
Brutalism is an architectural style. At its core is the idea that form follows function, and thus rejects appearance and focuses on staying true to materials. In this post you’ll learn how to apply a brutalist design to your website.
In this interview, we talk to Jenny Beaumont. She’s an active member of the WordPress community. She’s a speaker, an event organizer, and a mentor. She works at Human Made. Meet her!
WP-Cron is a WordPress utility to schedule recurrent and one-time tasks so that they get automatically executed in the future. Here’s all you need to know about it.
A good professional knows their tools. It’s time you get up to speed with the Developer console on your browser.
One year ago Gutenberg was officially introduced in WordPress Core. It’s time to look back at these past twelve months and see what Gutenberg has come to be.