David lived for three months in the States, working remotely and traveling around the country. Do you want to know more about his experience? Don’t miss this post!
Gutenberg has come to stay. Although it’s an important paradigm shift and the blocks may seem strange at first, getting used to the new interface doesn’t take more than a few minutes. Ready to get started?
Selecting a plugin on WordPress.org is not an easy task. There are so many options that it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. In this post we give you the 5 criteria we follow to choose the best plugin every time. Don’t make any more mistakes!
In order to create a WordPress theme from scratch, it is important to know the hierarchy of files that WordPress expects to find in a theme and to understand what each of them is for. Learn all the basics in this tutorial.
If you want to build a community and promote the participation of your visitors, use bbPress and turn your WordPress into a great online forum. In this post we show you how.
Themes in WordPress are more complex than it might seem, as there are many different types of themes. In this post we explain everything you need to know about them.
Backing up and restoring your WordPress site is extremely easy if you use one of the many plugins available. In this post we show you how to do it with UpdraftPlus.
What’s cool about WordPress and what has allowed it to get where it is today is its ability to customize. Themes, plugins, little tricks that make your installation magic…. In this post we explain how to create your own sidebar so you can do whatever you want, wherever you want and however you want with the widgets of your installation.
User support is becoming more and more important, so you’d better start thinking seriously about offering your users and customers mechanisms to get in touch with you. The quickest and easiest way to get it on your website is through a contact form.
Have you decided to create your own WordPress website? Here are the 15 most important steps you should take after installing WordPress.