Most Saturdays at 10 AM, you can find me on the WP-Tonic Live panel, but this week I was actually the interview guest. Jonathan Denwood, John Locke, and I talked about freelancing, the early days of the Web and my previous life as a classicist, among other things. Continue Reading Watch My Interview on WP-Tonic Podcast 137 We talk freelancing, WordPress, and Greek
No one who encounters discrimination, harassment, personal attacks, or mistreatment should put up with it, but if you expect to be able to avoid any of these things by leaving WordPress behind, you’re in for a very unpleasant surprise. Everyone else out there behaves this way, too. Treating others with respect is not a “WordPress community” responsibility. It’s our responsibility as human beings. Continue Reading What does any of this fuss have to do with WordPress? And who is responsible for the “WordPress community” anyway?
I’m speaking at WordCamp Sacramento again this year, this time on the topic of “Falling in Love with Flexbox.” Read the speaker Q & A on the official #wcsac website here. Continue Reading My WordCamp Sacramento 2016 Speaker Interview
As WordPress consultants, we often see clients clinging to outdated beliefs about SEO that actually hurt their search rankings. As a public service, the WP-Tonic Live panel explains that SEO is not a condiment, nor a plugin, but a process that needs to be incorporated into your website and content marketing from the beginning. Continue Reading WP-Tonic 128: Black Hat SEO What you don’t know about SEO can hurt your search ranking
A “checkerboard” layout is one where images and text appear in alternating squares. The alternation is actually the important part, as the containers aren’t always exactly square and may not all be the same size. The StudioPress child themes Author Pro and Atmosphere Pro use this design pattern quite effectively. One advantage to this layout is… Continue Reading How to Create a Checkerboard Layout with Full-width Background for Post Type Archives with Flexbox and Genesis