A look into my WordPress development workflow for developing custom WordPress themes locally with git version control.
I’ve covered Vagrant and Docker for developing WordPress locally. Now it’s time for MAMP Pro, a development environment that doesn’t require command line know how.
Find out how to easily maintain WordPress sites by following this schedule of tasks.
Setting your WordPress theme or plugin up to be translatable can help expand the market for your product. And it couldn’t be easier to do using Poedit.
You can fix third party render blocking scripts with a simple addition to your WordPress site’s functions.php to add the async tag to the script output.
One of the key features of WordPress is that it’s open source. That brings with it several benefits: it’s free, it has a huge, helpful community, and anyone can contribute to the project. But it also has some downsides: anyone can contribute to the project.
Update: It looks like Variable VVV is currently not working with Varying Vagrant Vagrants 2.0.0 as of (10/11/17). But fear not. There are a few other options for automating your VVV builds. Including VVV-Base which works wonders. Vagrant bills itself as “Development environments made easy.” But tell the average user they need to set everything…Read More