CSS Grid is here, Gutenberg is coming, and everything is changing. 2018 looks to be a year that flips the table on web design in general and WordPress in particular. What happens next is the stuff dreams, and nightmares, are made of.
The quest for a great website. I get asked this question a lot, and I give the same answer every time. A straightforward solution -- only one thing, actually -- but it remains something very hard for people to accept.
One point that comes up consistently is the client's desire for their new website to have a "unique" or "original" web design, and prioritizing that over established standards in web design.
Since the first website -- a website about how to build a website -- people have been trying to build a better website. Us too, and we do it with WordPress.
Should you have a home button on your website? Unless you are trying to make your website have an old, outdated, retro aesthetic, we say no.
Friends, the internet is where the action is. Check out this infographic detailing how much e-commerce action happens online in only 60-seconds. Incredible.
The internet is truly dark and full of terrors. Fear not, friends; here's a (kinda) short list of 5 things you can do right now to secure your WordPress site.
The NeXT Big Thing When Steve Jobs was forced out of Apple, Inc. in the mid-80s, he set out to
How does your website look on that device? If you don't know, or you think it doesn't matter, frankly, you need to open your eyes.