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Does Serverless WordPress Make Sense? Shifter vs HardyPress – Top “Headless WordPress Hosting” Options Compared

Does Serverless WordPress Make Sense? Shifter vs HardyPress – Top “Headless” WordPress Hosting Options Compared

When I first saw the terms, “headless WordPress hosting” and “WordPress to static,” I didn’t know what to make of it. I was like those poor Westworld hosts saying, “doesn’t look like anything to me.” Nevertheless, the idea – also known as serverless WordPress – is quickly catching on, and we now have two exciting companies aiming to bring serverless WordPress to the masses.

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How to Get Client Testimonials, and What to Do With Them Afterwards – Ultimate Guide

How to Get Client Testimonials, and What to Do With Them

Client testimonials are the lifeblood of any business. If you want to attract bigger and better clients, first you need to show that you’re good at what you do. And no matter how comfortable you are at selling yourself, praise is more believable when it comes from someone else. Knowing how to get client testimonials is an essential skill for every entrepreneur.

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Gutenberg Gets Closer, AMP Plugin Gets Better, Pirate Forms Joins WPForms 🗞️ October 2018 WordPress News w/ CodeinWP

Gutenberg Gets Closer, AMP Plugin Gets Better, Pirate Forms Joins WPForms - October 2018 WordPress News w/ CodeinWP

Hey everyone, we have plenty of WordPress news to share with you this month. First up, Gutenberg is entering the final development phase and is almost ready for its first release candidate version. Beyond that, the official AMP plugin was upgraded and optimized towards a more user-friendly interface, while our own Pirate Forms moved on to become part of WPForms. And if you like dark interfaces, “dark mode” might be coming to WordPress!

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How to Make Your Plugin Compatible With Gutenberg: Part 2 (Sidebar API)

Make Your Plugin Compatible With Gutenberg - Sidebar API

If you’re trying to make your plugin compatible with Gutenberg, you have a couple of paths that you can/should take – depending on what your plugin does and how it delivers its features to the user. In the first part of this mini-series, we explored Gutenberg’s Block API – which is what most plugins need in terms of Gutenberg-compatibility. This time, we will be exploring another piece of the Gutenberg puzzle – Gutenberg’s Sidebar API.

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5 of the Best Domain Name Generators, Plus How to Use Them to Find Your Perfect Domain Name

Best Domain Name Generators

Finding a good domain name is like playing darts; throw words into some of the best domain name generators and your catchy name pops out, right? Sadly, this isn’t true. If you’re building a new site or starting a blog then you’ve already heard how important the domain name is.

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Imagify vs WP Smush vs ShortPixel: Which Is Best for Optimizing WordPress Images? Head-to-Head Comparison

Imagify vs WP Smush vs ShortPixel

Keeping your website’s performance in top shape is one of the keys to its success. This includes optimizing your images so they aren’t a drain on your site’s resources. However, it can be hard to choose among the top tools for doing so – such as deciding between Imagify vs WP Smush vs ShortPixel.

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Gutenberg Downvoted, New WordPress Without Gutenberg Released, Sandy Hook Blogs Removed 🗞️ September 2018 WordPress News w/ CodeinWP

September 2018 WordPress News w/ CodeinWP

Hi everyone, welcome to a fresh edition of our monthly WordPress news series! As has often been the case these past few months, much of the biggest WordPress news focused on the upcoming Gutenberg editor. But it’s not all Gutenberg – there were also some other noteworthy news items like WordPress.com’s Sandy Hook conspiracy dilemma, Yoast SEO 8.0, takeaways from the most recent WordCamps, and another WordPress.com partnership made by Automattic.

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What Are the Best Fonts for Logos? 10 Steps to Find the Perfect One + 23 Cool Fonts to Start With

the best fonts for logos

Figuring out which are the best fonts for logos might not be the easiest of tasks. For instance, even the directory at DaFont.com alone lists a staggering 36,000+ total fonts. And that’s surely not all that’s available out there. You can probably find just as many fonts in other places, or even more.

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