Ben Byrne from Cornershop Creative walks us through what WordPress Multisite is, what it’s good for, what it’s not good for, and the gotchas lurking in the code.
Meet some of the diverse members of the East Bay WordPress Meetup and hear why they love working with WordPress.
Here’s a bibliography for the April 2017 meetup presentation about Flexbox and CSS Grid. More is being published on both of these topics all the time. You should definitely follow Rachel Andrew to keep up with Grid developments.
The April 2017 East Bay WordPress Meetup addressed two powerful method of laying out HTML objects with CSS: Flexbox (display: flex), and CSS Grid (display: grid). Flexbox is a widely-supported tool for layouts along one axis; Grid is designed to lay out objects on two axes. Both introduce new concepts and terminology.
Meetup members shared some of the worst mistakes they’d made as WordPress consultants, and how to avoid repeating those mistakes in the future. Read on for examples.
Shannon Dunn shares his tips for growing your WordPress business to a place of high profitability.
There were lots of question at the February 2017 East Bay WordPress meetup. Here they are with their answers.
Things change rapidly in the WordPress world. The content in this post is more than a year old and may no longer represent best practices.I need to know not just what you want to learn at this year’s meetups, but when, so I’ve listed a choice of topics for each open date in the calendar. […]
Google is laying down the law again. Are you (and your clients) ready for 2017’s requirements regarding SSL (HTTPS), popups, and Google AMP? It’s really all about mobile-friendliness. This is a search ranking trend that’s been going on even since before “Mobile-geddon” in 2015.
Sonja London has been doing performance tuning since before WordPress was invented. She explains how to determine what’s slowing your site down and what to do about it.