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
What’s going to happen to WordPress page builders when the new Gutenberg editor adds page layout capabilities? The WP-Tonic Roundtable speculates. Continue Reading WP-Tonic #239: The Future of WordPress Page Builders