I got an email today which read:
A few days ago, a long post about speeding up WooCommerce went live @ the Silicon Dales website. Check it out at the link if you’re interested in some ways in which you can get some speed gains for a WooCommerce store (or WordPress site for that matter).
I just posted an answer onto Stack Exchange for the first time in nearly 5 years… you can find my WordPress Stack Exchange profile here, and as you can see, its named for Silicon Dales…
I wonder if they ever got around to setting up any kind of “teams” functionality!?
Guess I could post a question onto SE.
I upgraded this site to PHP 7.2 and nothing broke at all… which was nice.
Just in today: WordPress now accounts for 30% of the web, as well as a dominant 60.2% of all websites which use any kind of Content Management System (CMS).
I posted a really long review of Codeable over at Silicon Dales. It was so long, I’m publishing a post which links to it from here, just in case you missed it, and wanted to find out more about the WordPress outsourcing platform, Codeable.
If you’re also looking for codeable.io reviews, below I give a few of my personal experiences with the WordPress outsourcing platform.
Giggs has the best Fire in the Booth. My opinion.
As you may or may not be able to glean from my facetious title – its got a 😉 in it for this reason – I don’t think there is an only, right, best or most correct way to do really anything… all developers and store managers will find their own path.
Sometimes, in a developer Slack chat, you want to shrug. For those times, this, to copy and paste…
That is all for today.
In the past. The oldendays. You know, that bricks and mortar world in which the corporeal and the incorporeal were much less, well, combined, we would do things like create lists, and go to the shops to buy the things on those lists.