Sharing what I learn as I build WordPress websites and work with the WordPress community
Here is a step by step guide to help you get started with contributing to a WordPress or any other open source project on GitHub.
WordCamp is an event where amazing things happen. Even though we’ll miss the in-person magic, here are 10 things you can do to get yourself ready and make the most out of the online experience.
Sharing my thoughts, key takeaways, quotable quotes and what I learned from the book “On Writing Well”
Let me show you how to add reading time to your WordPress blog posts with no plugin.PHP code included.
A comprehensive list of tasks I do as a developer before I hand off the WordPress project to my client for the launch.
An intro into what a screen reader is, how it works and what are the key considerations when coding your web content to make it screen reader accessible.
A brief intro about what web accessibility is, why it matters and how it benefits your website visitors with explanations about some of the jargon and key regulations to help you learn enough to get your bearings into the world of accessibility.
Learn more about the features of Local By Flywheel that will simplify your development workflow and save you a ton of time when building out WordPress websites in 9 ways. With details on how to use each of the features.
7 reasons why local WordPress development is the best approach and how to set it up using Local by Flywheel.
Code snippets to list user roles and capabilities in WordPress with a backstory.