There are quite a few uptime monitoring services out there, unfortunately most of them require a monthly subscription. The few free ones that actually seem kinda reliable don’t offer much control over how your website is checked. My favorite monitoring service used to be Pingdom but they recently discontinued their free plan which forced me […]
How to Release Your Plugin on WP.org Using SVN
One of my favorite things about WordPress and PHP development is the ease of entry they have to offer. Just install the LAMP stack on your machine, open a text editor and you are on your way to developing awesome WordPress plugins. This is how I started my development journey. When my plugin got approved […]
How to Configure StackPath CDN for Maximum SEO Benefits
Every website owner knows how important site speed is for online success. Not only is it an important ranking factor but it has also been shown to have a dramatic effect on conversion rates, no matter what you’re trying to sell. Therefore using a CDN should be a no-brainer. A content delivery network dramatically improves […]
How to Stay Motivated When You’re Working Remotely
Remote work and freelancing have been steadily growing in popularity over the past few years, and it’s easy to see why. Having a distributed team gives companies the chance to avoid the overwhelming costs that go into setting up and running a traditional office and at the same time gives the freelancers more freedom and […]
Should You Install a WordPress Social Media Plugin For Your Website?
Your website should have social media links on all of its main pages. This article points out the best wordpress social media plugin you can use to make your potential clients find you on all of your platforms.