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
A post worth viewing by WP Beginner outlining how they optimized their List25 WordPress website and increased performance of their WordPress website up to 256%.