Opinion

Here’s our review of all the latest WordPress related topics.

  • The Limits of the Support You Provide for Your WordPress Plugins

    The Limits of the Support You Provide for Your WordPress Plugins

    As a developer, one key to success is to offer quality support to your customers. But beware! Sometimes, problems won’t be your fault and you should tell your users, they’re out of the scope.

  • What People Say About Your WordPress Plugin

    What People Say About Your WordPress Plugin

    As a WordPress plugin developer you must be prepared to receive both negative and positive reviews about your products. Take advantage of this feedback to always improve your plugins.

  • How to Manage your Ideas for Future Blog Posts

    How to Manage your Ideas for Future Blog Posts

    We have improved the editorial calendar included in Nelio Content by adding a new unscheduled post area so that you can also manage posts that don’t have a specific publication date set from the calendar view. Tracking your ideas and scheduling them is easier than ever!

  • The Future of WordPress Plugins with Gutenberg

    The Future of WordPress Plugins with Gutenberg

    Gutenberg is a very ambitious project with a lot of potential. The only problem behind it is the fact that it aims to change more things than needed. In this post we talk about integrating plugins with the editor and how we can achieve a smooth transition.

  • Clean Code–Tips to Become a Better WordPress Developer (II)

    Clean Code–Tips to Become a Better WordPress Developer (II)

    Being a better WordPress developer necessarily means being a better developer in general. That’s why we recommend the book “Clean Code”, where you’ll find many tips and tricks to write intelligible and high-quality code.

  • Are Your Customers Frustrating? This is How You Deal With Them

    Are Your Customers Frustrating? This is How You Deal With Them

    Some customers can be very frustrating. Threats, tickets with incomplete information, nonsense criticisms, customers that ask for your help and then leave forever… Take a look at our tips and tricks to minimize these situations and have a better (developer) life!

  • 15 Things I Learnt Being Self-Employed in WordPress

    15 Things I Learnt Being Self-Employed in WordPress

    Discover 15 lessons on the entrepreneurial world that we’ve learnt based on our personal experience within the WordPress ecosystem.

  • Our Thoughts on Official Support Channels in WordPress

    Our Thoughts on Official Support Channels in WordPress

    You should take customer support very seriously if you want your business to succeed. As a member of the WordPress community, you should also take very seriously the support to other members of the community and help them if and whenever you can. Here’s how we can improve customer support in WordPress.org.

  • How Long Should Your Blog Articles Be? A Look at a Few Examples in Spanish

    How Long Should Your Blog Articles Be? A Look at a Few Examples in Spanish

    If you want your blog to succeed, one of the recommendations you’ll hear often is about post length: the more content you write, the better. In this post, we summarize some of the findings related to this topic and we analyze four examples from the Spanish blogosphere.

  • Age Responsive Design

    Age Responsive Design

    Age responsive designs aims to create user-centered websites by adapting the content and design of a website to the user’s age (and skills). Are these designs a reality in WordPress? Is it going to be a big trend in the next few years?

  • Let’s Talk About Internationalization of Plurals

    Let’s Talk About Internationalization of Plurals

    Internationalization is very important if you want to reach to broader audiences. In this post, we briefly talk about i18n of plural forms and we propose an alternative solution to create singular forms that look good on English and, still, can be translated into other (more “complicated”) languages.

  • Vanity Metrics and Other Nightmares with Metrics in Startups

    Vanity Metrics and Other Nightmares with Metrics in Startups

    When you create a business plan for your startup, you define your goals and set up metrics that you should achieve to reach those goals. How to get the information to calculate them and make sure they’re actionable metrics are some of the problems you frequently encounter.