Samuel has been working with WordPress for 14 years. Throughout his extensive professional career he has been involved in many different areas: plugin development, customer support, web maintenance… Meet him in this interview!
If your website loads slowly and you never optimized your images, I have some good news: today you will learn what to do to speed up your WordPress site by optimizing the images included in it.
You can easily create page (or post) templates with Gutenberg and its reusable blocks. In this post we teach you how.
If a user types in an invalid URL, they usually get a “Page Not Found” error. But that’s not the case in WordPress, as WordPress tries to guess the proper URL and show this instead of the error. Discover how you can change this behavior.
Classifying the content of your website is paramount if you want your visitors to easily find what they’re looking for. In this post we’ll talk about WordPress categories and tags and how to use them properly.
Gutenberg’s new development stack is the present and future of WordPress. Unfortunately, in 2019 it’s still being heavily developed and thus changes constantly.
Do you have a bug in your code and you don’t know when, where, or how it was introduced? Git Bisect helps you find the exact commit in which the error was introduced, so that you can work on the fix quickly and effectively.
The faster your website is, the better SEO it’ll get and the more visits it’ll generate. In this post we share 10 simple tips to optimize your WordPress site.
Learn how to improve your website accessibility by adding captions and alternative texts to your WordPress images.
A blog is always (part of) a website, but not all websites are blogs. Do you know the differences between the two? When to use each? Let’s answer your questions here!