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
This week’s round-table gathered to discuss Design Elements for your WordPress website including selecting a color scheme, and fonts. Sallie Goetsch, Adam Preiser, Kim Shivler, and special guest Amanda McCoy joined host Jonathan Denwood. Continue Reading #237 WP-Tonic Round-Table “Basic Design Principles From Color Palette to Layout for Your Website”
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
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?