Are you looking for the best broadband deals in the UK? In this post, I will help you to find them.
It has been a good year for sports fans in the North West of England in particular, as we’ve been a little spoiled with our area’s sports men and women showing World Class levels of performance, so it was nice to see sleeping giants at Mancester United showing signs of recovery under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer […]
The WooCommerce core team just shipped WooCommerce 3.5.3, which is really a 1 issue patch release, which resolves the not-so-insignificant issue of the Orders list table (in wp admin) going missing on upgrade to last night’s WordPress 5.0.2 release.
Along with WordPress 5.0, came the Twenty Nineteen theme, and it seemed like something I should grab with both hands too, so, if you’re wondering what the Twenty Nineteen theme looks like… then wonder no more, you’re looking at it! Pretty cool.
WordPress 5.0 is live and kicking, and brings with it a new editor experience, in the form of Gutenberg.
Here’s a quick post for all time… its about where to download the latest version of WordPress – the most recent, stable, release.
One of the themes which is recurring a little for me in work life is the idea that organic search is changing a lot – and not necessarily for the better.
Since I missed and didn’t mention when 3.5.0 hit the streets, last night WooCommerce did a spooky halloween release (31 October, no ghouls in the code 🙂 ) of version 3.5.1.
A while back I wrote a thing about using the More tag in Twenty Seventeen theme, and because this site uses a (hastily put together) child theme of WordPress Twenty Seventeen theme, and I described that in a little detail, people started coming into this site looking for that. Hey isn’t there a simple Twenty […]
More spam from Steve Blackmon arrived today. Delightful. If you got a similar message to this, it is 100% spam. SIDEBAR – interestingly, people actually looking up the phrase “discuss about it” are landing here, I think looking for grammatical advice. Those people, “let’s discuss about it!” is (basically) “wrong” grammatically speaking, because “discuss” itself […]