Blog Category: Developers

How to Set Up and Connect to a Website/Server with SSH Keys

Like many new technologies, learning to use SSH keys can be confusing. In this article, I’ll break down the parts of setting up an SSH Keys and which keys go where. At the end, you’ll understand and be confident in […]

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WordPress Query Results: Using the date_query to Change the Query

Also in my example, I set up the blog post page to not return any posts older than January 1, 2016, BUT I wanted to keep those posts live on the website.

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How to Keep Your Email From Being Marked As Spam

We’ve all felt the pain of having an important email delivered to a customer’s spam folder. Follow these three simple steps to ensure they don’t.

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The Quickest 3 Ways to Make Your Website Load Faster

Everyone wants their website to load faster: it’s better for business, more people will stay and browse, and it’s one of the things Google uses to rank your website. Suffice it to say, loading speed is important.

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Running SASS on Localhost using the Command Line

When you have WordPress set up on your localhost (see link below if you don’t), you’ll want to start using SASS. There are programs you can download and use to watch your coding and make changes, but before you use […]

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The Beginner’s Guide to Setting up a Localhost WordPress Site

If you’ve been working in WordPress for any amount of time, you know that you can install WordPress directly onto a live server hosted at any number of hosting companies, including Godaddy or A2hosting. For smaller sites with a quicker […]

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Upgrading Your WordPress Workflow: Sass, Gulp, Git, and More

Looking for the next step in your WordPress workflow? If you’re still working in a basic workflow (see first section below), here’s an overview of an upgraded workflow so you can more easily create and update websites in WordPress. The […]

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How to Set Up a Basic Gulp File

A gulpfile.js file is the one file in your project that tells your system what to do when you run Gulp. While the rest of gulp is installed on your computer, this one file will control what happens in each […]

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ACF: Adding a Flexible Module Content Preview Image on Hover

It can be frustrating for client to figure out and add in the flexible module content they’re looking for. An image preview of the module can help!

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ADA Compliance: A Beginners Guide for Business Owners and Programmers

Looking for where to start for ADA Compliance? Here are the things you’ll need to do to make sure your website is ADA Compliant – and free tools to help!

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