tl;dr Skip to the solution. If you're a developer, then there have been times you beat your head against a wall trying to figure out why something that worked in local development doesn't work on a live server. So you troubleshoot... Is the … [Read more...] about WordPress ORDERBY RAND and WP Engine
Howdy and welcome to my annual end-of-year reflection on business and life. I write these for the purpose of: Taking time to think through the past year's activitiesTo help future me remember what I didTo help me think through plans for the new … [Read more...] about 2020 in the Rearview Mirror
Full site editing is coming to WordPress...eventually. StudioPress recently announced an open beta for Genesis Block Theme, which is an early rendition of what will eventually become a full site editing theme. That's sparked some conversation and … [Read more...] about Is there a place for the Genesis Framework in a full site editing world?
Do you use Local for as your WordPress development environment? Are you interested in learning more about how Full Site Editing works? This post is for you. Full Site Editing is coming to WordPress...eventually. As I've been reading about FSE … [Read more...] about Full Site Editing Blueprint for Local
Howdy! StudioPress recently released two free plugins to the WordPress.org repository: Genesis Blocks and Genesis Custom Blocks. Based on discussions I've seen on the Genesis Facebook group and in GenesisWP Slack, there's some confusion and maybe … [Read more...] about An Introduction to Genesis Blocks and Genesis Custom Blocks
I've long followed the work of Eric Hamm (creator of CobaltApps) and found his products useful. He recently launched a new plugin, Genesis DevKit, which aims to solve some common pain points for site builders who work with the Genesis … [Read more...] about Introducing Genesis DevKit from CobaltApps