After spending a year with Flywheel paying $15/month for hosting I decided it was time for a change. Just so we are clear I think Flywheel is excellent and I love their UI as well as the Local By Flywheel tool. However I could not justify the cost of paying for a...
As WordPress Developers plugins end up spoiling us, even to the point of forgetting how to do the most basic things any Front End Developer needs to know, like setting up fonts. For the last year or so I’ve been using Easy Google Fonts plugin for all my website font needs. This worked out great until I started my new job and I was required to import fonts sans Easy Google Fonts.
Pages, Posts and Blogs: What's the difference? I’ve noticed with myself as well as working with others who are new to WordPress understanding the difference between Posts and Pages can be a little tricky. The WordPress Codex explains Pages in the following way:...
Two years ago I decided to quit my job to attend a coding bootcamp in hopes of becoming the next Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. I haven’t reached Girl with the Dragon Tattoo status yet but you know what.…I’m ok with that. Instead I’ve become the Girl with the WordPress Wappuu and it has been quite the ride. Four rides be exact.
Today I would like to discuss how to setup multisite locally so you can explore all that multisite has to offer. In this tutorial I will review the process for creating a local site through MAMP and then jump into setting up your very own local multisite network.
Today I would like to talk to you about how and when you should flush your permalinks. If you are confused as to what permalinks are just take a look up above, in your address bar. You will see what is commonly referred to as a URL. A permalink is just another name for the URL that you are seeing in your address bar.
Have you ever been working on a blog post and all of a sudden the comments section has disappeared on you or is only showing up on some blog posts and not others? If you find yourself in this situation the solution is pretty simple.
A little over a month ago I started a new gig as a WordPress consultant. It has been a fun, interesting, and an eye opening experience. I’ve been working with individuals from all walks of life, with different skills and abilities. It got me thinking about WordPress in new ways. Specifically how and why people use WordPress. I’ve learned many new things and today I would like to share with you one of those observations.