WordPress charts can come in handy. Recently, we needed to display multiple charts for each page, standardize how the charts displayed and their location on the page. See how we used Advanced Custom Fields and ChartJS to accomplish this.
Learn to think like a developer when you design websites. The goal of this article is not to change the way you design, but to help you understand how your design choices will translate to web so you can make the best choices for your project.
We ran into extremely slow page load times with WooCommerce, even though they were on a high-powered host. What was causing slow page load times with WooCommerce, and how could we fix it?
We are pleased to announce the release of our free Maintenance Mode with Site Build Status plugin! We created this plugin because we needed an easy way to communicate with clients about their website without playing phone or email tag, and spending more time on missed communications than on the project itself.
As a remote team, company habits ensure we provide consistent, high-quality work to our clients despite our distant locations from each other. Remote team habits help build a company culture.
Last month, we told you the Gutenberg editor for WordPress would be out soon. On December 6, 2018, the WordPress team released WordPress 5.0, including Gutenberg, now known as “the block editor”. In our previous post, we gave you some suggestions on how to approach this transition. A month later, over 50 of the websites…