I spent entirely too much time trying to update MX records on Cloudflare to work with SiteGround instead of GoDaddy. Since I couldn’t find a tutorial about how to make it work, I decided to write one. Continue Reading Updating Cloudflare DNS to Use SiteGround’s MX What happens when you need to change MX records on Cloudflare?
I assure you I have never in my life considered myself a kingpin of any kind, but Brian Lee Jackson interviewed me for the Kinsta Kingpins series. If you want to hear more about my background and how I came to be a WordPress consultant, hop on over and read it. Continue Reading Kinsta Kingpin Interview In case you wanted to hear more about my background
If you’re a WordPress professional, one very important thing you have to learn is how to price projects. That’s not just a matter of how much to charge, but how to charge. The main options are hourly, flat-rate, and value-based, and each has its place. Continue Reading WP-Tonic 161: Pricing Models for Web Design and Web Development What Works Best—Hourly, Flat-Rate, or Value-Based?
Not every WordPress professional is a good fit for every project, even if they have perfect integrity. If you’re looking to hire someone to (re)build your site for you, take 2 minutes and watch this video by Cody Landefeld. Continue Reading How to Trust Your Website Designer A video by Cody Landefeld
The WP-Tonic Live Panel sat down on January 21st to talk about WordPress form plugins–a market that only continues to grow. Gravity Forms still has the most integrations and the largest ecosystem, but that may not always be the case. WordPress users and developers have almost too many choices, but the good news is that there are several very good choices, depending on your needs and budget. Continue Reading WP-Tonic 159: WordPress Form Plugins There’s no such thing as market saturation when it comes to WordPress plugins