I discovered that the code I was using to reposition the calendar export links on single events was no longer working, and had to revise the code I created in 2016 to make the iCal and Gcal buttons show up below the event meta instead of above it. Continue Reading Update: Moving the Events Calendar iCal and Gcal links in 2018 Because code never stands still
How would your website score in an employee performance review? Your website should be working for you 24/7. Make sure it’s not slacking on the job. Continue Reading Should You Give Your Website a Bonus…or a Pink Slip? How would your website score in an annual performance review?
Barry Kooij’s Related Posts for WordPress is a great plugin, but the default list view takes up a lot of space. Here’s how to convert that bulky list into a compact row or grid using CSS Grid. Continue Reading CSS Grid Layout for Related Posts for WordPress Customize the display of the free plugin with a few lines of code
If you hire an experienced developer or agency, even a very simple website is going to cost a minimum of $1000 and an average of $2500. At the other end of the spectrum, a highly complex website costs upwards of $50,000 and requires a team of experts working over several months. What accounts for the difference? Continue Reading What Makes a Website Expensive? Here are some reasons why one website costs $2500 and another $50,000
Special guest John James Jacoby joins the WP-Tonic posse to discuss how to setup and use WordPress Multisite. John has been a WordPress core contributor and lead developer for both the BuddyPress and bbPress projects. He believes Multisite should be enabled by default. Continue Reading WP-Tonic 241: Advice on Setting up & Using WordPress Multisite