Preparing for Gutenberg

WordPress recently released 4.9.5, putting us even closer to the projected 5.0 release of its new editor project named Gutenberg. Gutenberg will radically change the way content on WordPress sites is managed. My personal take on it is after the dust settles Gutenberg will change WordPress for the better. With any change though should come... Read more »

Developing WordPress Locally

WordPress is built using PHP and MySQL, this means you need some type of server environment to run it. Many hosts offer some kind of WordPress specific hosting or tools that will install and get WordPress up and running for you. If you want to get your hands dirty developing with WordPress you’re better off... Read more »

Hosting on Flywheel

If you’re looking for WordPress hosting you’ve got several options to choose from. Nearly every web host these days has some kind of tool to install and run a WordPress site. Cost and features on these platforms can range greatly and it can be hard to narrow down what is best for you and your... Read more »

The Start of Something

I’ve been working as a web developer since 2012. I’ve helped many clients since then make their website needs a reality. From “simple” blogs to full feature websites, I’ve come across a lot in the WordPress world. Many of the the things I’ve learned I’ve thought would make a cool blog post, or would be... Read more »