Category: Web Development

Watch Apple’s WWDC keynote live right here

Apple is holding a keynote today on the first day of its developer conference, and the company is expected to talk about a ton of software updates. WWDC is a virtual event this year, but

The WordPress Developer’s Guide to Creating Responsive Tables

Tables are perhaps the best method for sharing data in a way that’s easy to understand. They enable you to show comparisons between prices, products, and many more types of information. Unfortunately, WordPress isn’t the

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How to Run a Successful Online Meeting: 6 Effective Strategies

With the current COVID-19 epidemic still ongoing, many businesses have gone remote. More employees than ever before work entirely from home, and that’s bound to be the case for some time yet. In times like

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Redis Full-Page Cache vs NGINX FastCGI Cache for WordPress

Caching is the backbone of website speed and performance. It’s critical to your WordPress site’s success. Even if your site is hosted on a hefty server, it’ll come to a crawl if you don’t have

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Twenty Twenty Theme Review: Features, Pros & Cons, And More

Twenty Twenty released last November, so a theme review is long overdue. While it’s nothing overly groundbreaking, it does bring quite a few interesting features to the table. Besides an appealing minimalistic design that is.

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How to Make Customers Happy by Developing Super Fast Websites: Q&A with Greg Rickaby

Our series of talks with WordPress professionals continues with a new episode. After Topher DeRosia, today, we leave the scene to Greg Rickaby, Director of Engineering at WebDevStudios. WebDevStudios is a website design and development

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How to Write and Optimize eCommerce Product Descriptions: 6 Best Practices

Want to write better eCommerce product descriptions? Whether you have your own eCommerce store or you’re listing on Amazon or eBay, product descriptions play a big role in helping your products be more visible and

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How to Cache Dynamic Content in WordPress

Caching is crucial for WordPress. It’s one of the primary ways to make WordPress sites load as fast as possible. Caching is what WP Rocket excels at. However, it’s not that easy to cache highly

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The Best WordPress Menu Plugins

The best WordPress menu plugins expand on the default custom menus already available in WordPress. Menus are an important feature of your website, one that serves as a guide for your visitors. In this post,

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10 Best WooCommerce Shipping Plugins for Rates, Labels, Tracking + More

Looking for the best WooCommerce shipping plugins? Shipping is, quite obviously, an incredibly important part of every eCommerce store. You need to be able to calculate accurate shipping rates so that you control your costs.

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Third-Party Scripts and How They Affect Performance

Third-party scripts add a wide range of useful features to your website, making it more interactive, dynamic, and interlinked. Features like analytics, ads, social media sharing buttons, video embeds — they’re all possible thanks to

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The First Shift To Creating Recurring Revenue

As freelancers, we all face many of the same challenges and I love nothing more than to share the things I’ve learned along the way to help you grow your business. When I switched my

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Caching Plugins Are Key for WordPress eCommerce Websites: Q&A with Topher DeRosia

Some time ago, we told you about five web professionals who put WP Rocket at the core of their performance strategy. They showed us that using a powerful caching plugin is crucial to support conversion

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10 Proven Ways To Improve First Contentful Paint (FCP) in WordPress

In early 2019, Google announced that they would evaluate a website’s speed ranking by focusing on two performance metrics: First Contentful Paint (FCP) and First Input Delay (FID). The websites are ranked as Fast, Moderate,

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