We’re off to WordCamp Europe 2015 in Seville, we’ll be there on Wednesday around noon, just in time to meet a few people and check the city out before WordCamp goes in full swing. We’re super excited to be attending this event, I’m sure it will be the biggest WordCamp Europe so far.
We’re looking for a freelance web designer / WordPress theme developer to help us in some new ventures. We are looking for someone with specific experience in building websites for digital products.
If that sounds like you, please get in touch.
Soon after upgrading to WordPress 4.2 I noticed that the handy keyboard shortcuts I love to use when creating posts in WordPress were no longer working.
After some digging I discovered that in WordPress 4.2 the keyboard shortcuts were actually changed.
Knowing WordPress these days is an awesome asset if you’re looking for a full-time or part-time job. WordPress is growing at an incredible rate and there is high demand for WordPress professionals.
In this post I’d like to share some tips for those applying for WordPress jobs. I’ve reviewed hundreds of applications and sadly many of them disqualify themselves right from the get go. They’re a complete waste of time for both the recruiter and the applicant.
So if you are really serious about getting a job in the WordPress ecosystem, keep reading as I present the 5 rules you should keep in mind every time you apply for a WordPress job.
Over the past 5 years, I’ve looked at a ton of affiliate programs and sign up pages for WordPress products. Let me tell you something: most of them suck.
Do you want to introduce an affiliate program for your plugin that doesn’t suck? I can’t do better than point you to the Ninja Forms affiliate program, which is awesome in multiple ways. Lets dig deeper.
Think about how you chose your life partner, or your friends. You most likely chose them because you liked a number of things in them. Choosing based on looks, wealth or social standing alone would probably make a very poor decision.
The same goes with choosing plugins from your WordPress site. With the WordPress.org plugin repository hosting thousands of plugins it can sometimes be a bit overwhelming. How do you choose a contact form plugin when there are 10 potential candidates? Or an SEO or Backups plugin? Well, you could check our plugin roundups here on WP Mayor, but today my aim is to teach you how you can evaluate plugins yourself based on a few criteria.