If you love the planet and fear climate change – stop travel blogging!
The greatest irony about travel blogging is that transportation-induced climate change is now threatening the destinations people want to visit.
Got Blocks? 18 Gutenberg Plugins to Expand Your WordPress Layouts
Gutenberg has not even shipped with the WordPress 5.0 core, yet developers are already creating Gutenberg plugins to help you work better with blocks.
L’Shana Tova Guide to Cleaning Up Your WordPress Website
With summer officially over and a new year (according to the Judaic calendar) upon us, I think this is an excellent time to be cleaning up your WordPress website. It shouldn’t take too long and your site will be lighter and faster than before.
Free GDPR Compliance Plugins to Satisfy European Privacy Regulations
How to Create Cinemagraphs for WordPress Websites
Cinemagraphs are still images with spots of movement and the effect is quite stimulating. You’re seeing a photo until you notice an intriguing bit of motion that makes you look twice. The basics of creating a cinemagraph are pretty simple and involve these steps.
Will your WordPress Website be GDPR Compliant by May 25th?
The GDPR is a tough new regulation aimed at helping users control their data collected by online companies and to force these companies to tighten up their use and protection of user data. Penalties for non compliance can be € 20 million OR up to 4% of the company’s worldwide annual profits of the preceding year.
The 27 Best WordPress Security Plugins to Prevent Hacking in 2018
This comprehensive list includes plugins to fight hackers, kill spam, protect logins, as well as saving backups. All of these plugins are highly rated and regularly updated, and best of all, they're free. Now updated for 2018!
Starbucks Coffee Shop Trespassers and the Gig Economy
This Starbucks incident was clearly an example of racial discrimination, but just because the shop was wrong doesn't mean the inactions of those guys was correct. In this gig economy, should anyone seriously expect to occupy the physical space of the real economy without dropping a few bucks?
How to Use Gutenberg on the Eve of WordPress 5.0
Last week WordPress updated to version 4.9.5 and I don’t know how many minor versions they will release before hitting the big 5.0, but it’s obviously right around the corner. At this precipitous moment in WordPress history, I decided to take another tour of this famously dreaded update known as Gutenberg.
How I Redesigned my Website in WordPress
Late last year I said to myself, this website has got to change. The look and structure no longer made sense for my business model and I realized a major website redesign and a minor rebranding was overdue. And, as any creative type knows, you are your own worst client.