WordPress for enterprise? Learn simple but powerful ways to ensure that WordPress is ready for the heavy lifting of enterprise projects.
You want to offer static-site benefits to clients, but they want WordPress! Learn how to use Eleventy with WordPress to offer the best of both worlds.
We look at seven WordPress themes covering a wide range of niches that provide the perfect launching pad for designing your own, unique portfolio sites.
Learn how to migrate from WordPress to a static site generator. Totally static sites radically improve your site's speed, performance, and security.
This article provides a list of the top eight multipurpose WordPress themes you can choose from, digging into their coolest features.
We introduce eight free WordPress plugins that have the greatest chance of boosting your website in 2020.
In this article, Tonino completes his foray into building a WordPress theme from scratch, focusing on refining templates, adding meta information, post thumbnails, sidebars, user-friendly controls and more.
This second part on creating a WordPress theme from scratch shows how to create a very basic WordPress theme, add in Bootstrap styles and scripts, separate header and footer output into their respective partials, and leverage the crucial functions.php file.
This introductory article is part one in a tutorial series taking non-technical users through the building of a WordPress REST API app using React.
Tonino introduces WordPress themes, showing how they work, how they’re structured, the PHP architecture behind them, and other relevant information, as the first step in learning how to build a WordPress theme from scratch.
Tonino Jankov introduces WP-CLI, a command-line interface for managing a WordPress site (as opposed to working through the default admin interface), covering its main commands and also introducing some of its third-party packages.
Tonino Jankov introduces the WordPress Settings API, and showing how to create a WordPress administration page to demonstrate the use of this API. In this article, he shows how to wrap this functionality into a plugin, though it can also be a part of a WordPress theme.
Sufyan bin Uzayr provides a bird's-eye view of three basic ways to approach building your own WordPress theme, covering child themes, adapting existing themes, and building a theme from scratch, as well as how to use basic starter themes and theme frameworks to speed up your workflow.
Ahmed Bouchefra shows how to create a WordPress plugin that makes use of the Vue.js library, creating a shortcode that can be used to display a Vue component in posts and pages that fetches and displays the latest posts every five seconds.
Ahmed Bouchefra shows how to create your own custom route(s) for WP-API, allowing you to create mobile and web clients for your WordPress website that can also interact with your custom post types, rather than just the built-in WordPress types such as posts and categories.
Sufyan bin Uzayr introuces Easy Digital Downloads, a WordPress plugin that makes it easy to accept payment for digital products and provide immediate download links to customers.
Sufyan bin Uzayr explains what a headless CMS is and why you might want to use one, and then goes on to explain how wordPress itself can be used as a headless CMS, showing ways to get started with WordPress as a headless CMS, including installation tips and tricks.
Sufyan bin Uzayr explains how to sell physical goods on a WordPress site with the help of the WooCommerce plugin, covering installation, settings, and how and where to choose the perfect theme.
Sufyan bin Uzayr digs into how you can use WordPress to run a regular, non-blog website, covering the steps required to disable blog-specific functionality, how to choose the right kind of theme, plugins for non-blog sites, and issues related to content management issues on non-blog WordPress sites.
Anthony Burchell shows how WordPress users can prepare their site content for the extended reality future. The ways we consume content are ever-changing, but with a platform like WordPress, we’re able to adapt and create many new and engaging digital experiences.
Janna Hilferty looks into why WordPress search often doesn’t perform well, explaining why the default WordPress search doesn’t scale and some ways to make it better, covering Algolia, Elasticsearch, Relevanssi, SearchWP and Amazon CloudSearch.
Translating your site into multiple languages might seem like an impossible goal, but thanks to the Weglot Translate plugin, you can quickly create a site that reaps all the benefits of catering to non-native speakers, but without the time-consumption and hassle.