If you love to hit the publish button after writing, you should read this first. Here’s a list of tasks to do before publishing a post to improve its quality.
If you’re a WordPress plugin or theme developer, you should be interested in translating your work into multiple languages. Don’t you know how to make your code translatable? Discover our 6 secrets to successful internationalization.
The title of an article should be its most attractive part. Learn some tricks to get the most out of your titles and increase your readers.
Nowadays, it’s quite common to see Google Maps embedded in a website—they’re a great tool for letting your visitors know where they can find you or where an event you’re organizing will take place. Learn how you can add one in your WordPress site.
Doors are easy to operate—either you push or pull it to open it, right? And yet, there’s plenty of doors we fail to open on our first attempt, making it necessary to add Push/Pull signs on them. So, if opening a door is not that easy, what about using a computer program? In this post, I review the book “The Design of Everyday Things”, by Don Norman, which has some beautiful insights about design.
Since we created our start-up, we’ve been in a constant scramble by developing our services, keeping up, and getting better. We’ve been mainly focused on today to keep the business running tomorrow… However, we’ve recently decided we need to spend some time (that’s the biggest problem in a start-up, you never have enough time!) in defining a business growth strategy. Take a look at what we’ve been doing and get some insights for your own business!
Andrew Nacin started an informal poll on Twitter regarding misconceptions about WordPress, and a couple of hundreds of tweets by (mostly) professionals in the WordPress community immediately followed up recounting their experience. Take a look at their answers; they’re quite interesting!