WordPress is easily the most powerful open source blogging and content management system available online today, and so working knowledge of its intricacies is a boon to any developer or designer resume.
This experience is based on the time I got tasked to build a website based on Shopify for the first time. TL;DR, Shopify is an paid e-commerce platform that has all its hosting done on their servers. Similar to wordpress.com, Shopify also uses a web-based code editor. The editor comes with features like code and matching tags highlighting which is pretty good.
Hi, I’m Tony Sanjaya, a web developer at Stampede Design. As my experience in web development grew over time, I needed a place where I could share my thoughts and findings. Other times, I wanted to share with others on what I have built. This was the problem statement that came about and to solve it I realised I needed some kind of CMS or blogging platform to post my works. It needed to be customisable, free of complications and easy to maintain.
WordPress 4.6 Beta 1 was released on June 2016 and has been getting consistent updates up till now. The current announced version is Beta 4 which is already available now. Its fully functioning date of release will be in August 2016, so be sure to check it out then. So without further ado, let’s find out what’s new.
Are you running multiple WordPress (WP) websites? Maintaining a WordPress (WP) website is not very hard, and this is partly thanks to its user friendly interface and its ease of coding for developers. It will start to become a chore when you need to install and setup WP websites almost every week. Here’s a solution that we’ve found that solves this problem, it’s called WP-CLI.
I have been using DigitalOcean for almost 2 years now, the first time I moved from a shared hosting to DigitalOcean, one thing that got my attention is the speed. It is inarguably faster compared to most shared hosting. Since then, I’ve been setting up most websites using DigitalOcean, Laravel, WordPress, Virtual Servers and many more.
Child themes in WordPress are used to update your WordPress powered site using an existing theme. WordPress has countless themes available both paid and free. Even when we use a really nice theme, sometimes it needs to be modified to fit certain requirements.
It is a modular and lightweight CMS built with Vue.js and Symfony components. On the code level, nearly everything is a Module object: the theme, extensions, widgets and the core functionality itself. This keeps code complexity to a minimum and allows developers to work with the same concept in many different places.