WordCamp Nordic was one of the most important WordPress events of 2019. Antonio tells you about his experience attending the event and speaking there.
Contributing to an open source project like Gutenberg, the block editor for WordPress, is easier than it seems. Here we explain the steps to follow.
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!
Spam is still a problem. We tell you about our experience with spam in WordPress and the techniques we use to combat it.
If you change your theme or disable any of your WordPress plugins and your website breaks down, you’re suffering from the lock-in effect. Learn what it is and how to combat it.
Whether you are a WordPress theme designer, plugin developer or even a web developer, Local by Flywheel is your tool.
Running a quality blog is a matter of practice and experience. But there is a set of skills we must acquire if we are to make the most of our blog. In this post we will tell you all about these skills and share some tips on how to acquire them.
Making the decision to merge all our websites into one can be motivated by many reasons. While it can bring benefits in the long run, it is not an easy decision and involves certain risks. A year and a half ago we made this decision without being absolutely sure of what the results would be. And now we explain our experience to you.
Starting a blog today is not a crazy idea. The blogging world is still alive. Here are 10 reasons why you should start yours now.
Did you have a good idea and would like to materialize it in your first plugin? That’s great news! Congratulations on your entrepreneurial spirit, WordPress lover. Now it’s time to get down to business and develop the MVP. In this post we explain what it is and how to do it.