One of my largest issues with the full site editing user experience is the difficulty in transitioning from the backend to the frontend of your website. If you’re in the site editor, there’s no admin bar, no single click to get back to the front of your website. It requires multiple full-page reloads. I find […]
Last week I had a WordPress-related tweet sort of ‘blow up,’ although I mean that in really the most insignificant and self-deprecating way imaginable. Within the tiny WordPress bubble, my tweet gained enough traction to be repeatedly shared, referenced in industry newsletters and publications (including SearchEngineJournal?), and even earn me a minor wrist-slapping DM from […]
Should new developers jump on the Shopify bandwagon or join the WordPress community? Here’s what I’d do if I started fresh.
If you’ve been building websites long enough, you will no doubt get the inevitable pitch to build a website for someone’s new business idea. For free.
This week I updated this site’s theme to Twenty Twenty Two and attempted to take advantage of FSE (Full Site Editing) in WordPress 5.9 to design everything you see here.
The wild west days are coming to an end and podcasts in Spotify are going to function a lot more like Facebook than the open web.
One of the common concerns of homeschooling we often hear is that kids need to be socialized. But socialization is public schools is only one specific type of socialization.
There’s a saying about being the president: if the problem landing on the president’s desk were easy to solve, it wouldn’t have made it to the president’s desk. In the new social landscape, we’re all the president of our own little social world. We’re all faced with way too many outrageous occasions that beg our […]