Tag: Development

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Google BERT Explained: What It Means for Your Website

With the release of BERT, the largest upgrade to Google’s algorithm in years, search has seen a revolution. The update came out in fall 2019, and has already rolled out worldwide. It affects search results

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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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Google Data Studio Tutorial – Basics, Beginner Tips, Next Steps

A lot of running a successful site comes down to collecting, interpreting, and using data. Many people already use Google Analytics, Google Search Console, and Google Site Kit. But there is a new tool on

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How to Create a Strong Landing Page With WordPress (In 5 Steps)

When it comes to online marketing, landing pages are a great way to drive your campaign goals. However, creating a successful landing page is different than other types of pages and posts on your site.

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12 (WordPress) Web Design Trends 2020 You Should Not Miss Out On

In the following, we will try to make some predictions about the web design trends coming to WordPress and the Internet at large in 2020. Want to know what to get ready for? Then just

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Navigating the Murky Waters of Web Accessibility and Compliance

Small side note. For those looking for the official and extensive resource on web accessibility standards then I would recommend reading the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) which is the global standard for web accessibility and is also

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5 Mistakes to Avoid When Developing WordPress Plugins

As a WordPress developer, mistakes are part of the process. Successful plugin development, especially when you’re new to it, involves a bit of trial and error. Even seasoned developers are bound to mess up occasionally.

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4 Ways to Customize Your WordPress Admin Dashboard (To Benefit You and Your Clients)

When you’re creating WordPress sites for clients, it’s important to keep their experiences in mind. Crowded dashboards can often be confusing. Plus, chances are your clients don’t need access to all the functionality you use.

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