It takes 25 hours of classroom training, 6 hours of behind-the-wheel training, and another 50 hours of practice just to get your first driver’s license in California—yet most Californians are confident that they can learn to drive. People take car ownership for granted, even though it’s expensive, complicated, and dangerous, but expect to be able to create and manage a website with no training at all. Continue Reading Are You Qualified to Drive That Website? Web development clients have responsibilities, too.
Getting traffic to your site is great, but what happens once people arrive? This week, the group discusses conversion rates of site visitors to email subscribers and explores ways to improve conversions. Continue Reading WP Tonic #235: Converting Site Visitors To Subscribers
This week, the WP-Tonic Roundtable featured Sallie Goestch, Lee Jackson, John Locke, Kim Shivler, and special guest Larry Swanson along with host Jonathan Denwood to discuss WordCamp Seattle and WordPress Hooks: Actions and Filters.
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When you create a CSS Grid layout using
<auto-repeat> values, the number of columns depends on the size of the browser window, but never fear: you can still make an item span the entire width of the grid. I use the Advanced List Widget for Events Calendar Pro as an example. Continue Reading CSS Grid Layout for Events Calendar Pro Widget Shortcode How to span the entire grid when you’re using auto-repeat values–without media queries
Our lead story was how WordPress was going to abandon React, however soon after the discussion, Facebook announced that it was changing its licensing agreement. Things in this space are moving at lightning speed! Continue Reading WP-Tonic 231: How To Manage Difficult WordPress Projects