I’m a WooCommerce developer, and I write a lot of stuff… but I realised I haven’t written a lot about the software itself, so here’s a longread for you… this will go deep, and get deeper over time, but if you’re interested in eCommerce, and specifically Woo, then this post will provide a good deal of context.
WP Engine just sent around an email to let me know their prices are about to drop – for one account, an actual dollar $ decrease, and for the others, more allowance on the same plans!
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There are no coincidences in this world, just a lack of understanding or awareness of the connecting impetus.
You’ll maybe have noticed this site changed a little (a lot actually) in the past day or so, as I’ve been testing the Release Candidate WordPress 5.3 and have now put the Twenty Twenty theme into production too.
This is something which is a somewhat common request, particularly with the Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and other serious businesses, who are increasingly turning to WordPress & WooCommerce as their enterprise-grade software solution, owing to it’s lack of vendor lock-in and flexibility.
I had some fun this morning with the Google team at Wordcamp Europe in Berlin.
Google are promoting web speed at Wordcamp Europe – specifically helping webmasters to speed up their WordPress websites.
I am attending WordCamp Europe 2019 from 20th – 22nd June in Berlin, Germany.
If you recently upgraded WordPress to version 5.2 you’ll maybe have seen there are a lot of new Health Check and technical goodies – particularly, there’s some disaster prevention elements in there.
But, maybe you were unfortunate, and a plugin or theme update has shown you a new message, which says “The site is experiencing technical difficulties.”
Is Google’s PageSpeed Insights showing low scores or slow loading times for your website?