Today is the 11th anniversary of my WordPress.org profile. Before I registered that profile, I had been using WordPress for a couple of years (I started at University, and graduated in 2006) but May 2nd 2007 is my official WordPress birthday 🙂 How long have you been WordPressing – leave a comment below…
Posting a video here in order to configure AMP for WordPress to work correctly with YouTube Embeds. If you haven’t put AMP on your WordPress website yet, its certainly worth a look. Making your site load fast on mobile is important.
I saw this Twitter thread today from Helen Hou-Sandi and thought, well, we should all try hard not to be this guy.
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 […]
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).
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.
This is a quick one, but its something I believe is important. Its a little note to self, and anyone else out there who works with WooCommerce as a developer – or wants to.
Sometimes developers think about problems and look for solutions in the code, even though there’s already a better way.
In case you didn’t know (and why would you) my wife and I had another baby, born on 2nd August, a baby we have called Heather.