What exactly are we looking at? We are digging into the duality of the freelancer and the unique pressures of working for yourself. We are also sharing our view of the mythical lightweight WordPress theme, and celebrating the developer’s best friend and consigliere who can go anywhere. We’ll also consider the flaws of the highlight-all strategy for web design. Then, we look at how you can use a plugin to give yourself expertise in any area.
If you’ve still got time in your extra hour then why not drop by our comics archive and see what else we had put together over the past year.
As usual, the real hero here is João Santos, who helps us brainstorm ideas and makes them into actual comics.
I have taken up enough of your time; let’s dive into the November 2018 comics already.
November 2018 Comics with CodeinWP: On Freelancing, Issues With WordPress Themes and Debugging Challenges?
When the boss is away; play all day
The hardest level is the one with a boss fight with yourself.
That’s how “they” get ya
A lightweight theme is nothing without a dozen recommended plugins.
Friends don’t let friends debug desperately
The best debugging happens with a rubber duck. In the bath. At home.
When everything is important: Highlight all the things!
Like the old adage: highlighter of all sections; emphasizer of none.
How to download and install expertise
Need a social media expert? There’s a plugin for that!
And, with that, we reach the end of November’s joyousness. We’d like to spread the word so we’ve made it easy for you to share these to your preferred social network. With a good old-fashioned hover and click you can show any comic from here to your followers and friends.
If this is the first time you’ve found yourself here, then this is the essential bookmark for next month’s batch.
Don’t forget; if you wake up with a tech comic idea in your head, share it with us in the comments. We might get it illustrated! If not, then we still look forward to seeing you in December. Take care! ?