Previously, we chose a domain and setup hosting for our site. Now, we’re going to focus on doing some basic setup for our WordPress site and choosing a theme to create the layout and look of our site. WordPress comes pretty well setup out of the box, but there are a few settings that can […]
Monday, Jeff Chandler published a post on WP Tavern called, “It’s Time For WordPress to Automatically Update Themes, Plugins, and Core by Default.” I have a huge amount of respect for Jeff and the WP Tavern team. I think they have a great handle on what is going on in the WordPress space and they […]
In case you haven’t been around for the past few months, this year is a major year for WordPress and accessibility. Many of the contributing developers are pushing for improvements across the WordPress ecosystem and a few are even doing things about it.
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve worked with a church that uses WordPress as their CMS of choice and loves it. Having worked in church tech for several years, I saw this so many times. It’s a great platform with a low barrier of entry and great resources for those without massive marketing […]
It was 2011. I had just gotten married to my beautiful bride and was looking for a full time, salaried position to begin our new life together. We had graduated from college a few months before and were starry eyed in love and with hope about the future. As luck would have it, I found […]