There’s an older blog post (circa July 2017) by Buffer Social written by Alfred Lua that hones in on some fundamental reasons why businesses have to think outside the box when it comes to establishing a successful social media … Read More
This isn’t a tutorial. I’m actually playing with the WordPress app by posting from bed. This is a photo of Little Pete’s I took in Philadelphia from December of this year while attending WordCamp US. So, all in all this … Read More
I’ve been explaining what is important when considering quality traits that are keys to quality wordpress development and this recent read really struck a chord. If you’re even slightly intrigued by the WordPress Community, its platform and those that live … Read More
10up is very well regarded WordPress development firm that does a great job of giving back to the WordPress community. 10up has a living Engineering Best Practices document that is a great resource for advanced developers.
There’s an older blog post (circa 2013) by WP Engine founder Jason Cohen titled Do You Have 100% Uptime? which discusses the challenges (technical and cost) of what 100% web services / web site uptime really means.
Flywheel outlining optimization techniques for improving back-end performance for WordPress websites: Make your site blazing fast: Part 2.
Since we use WP Engine here at Red Bridge Internet for hosting our client sites and our own internal projects and sites, this was a great read on a UK WordPress firm’s experience hosting 500 installs with WP Engine. They … Read More
A compelling post by Chris Coyier which sheds light on css tricks on the priority+ navigation pattern outlines different variables that would bring the concept of exposing important navigation links vs hiding them behind a toggle. His post, “The Priority+ … Read More