Ideas and Inspiration

Looking for a good WordPress theme? Building a site and stuck on a blank canvas? Struggling to get started in general on whatever you’re working on? Help yourself to these pieces of inspiration. We talk #design, #business, #WordPress, #tools, and more. Get. Stuff. Done!

A Different WordPress Development Tutorial: How to Automate Your Workflow

WordPress Development Tutorial on Automation

As a WordPress developer, staying up to date with the recent techniques and trends can be intimidating. Take automation, for example – are you on top of what can be done in terms of automating your workflow? Not quite? Okay, this article can help you with that. It is a bit different from your usual WordPress development tutorial, though. It focuses on automating whatever can be automated when working on your next WordPress project.

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Build for Gutenberg: How Plugin and Theme Authors Are Addressing the Transition to Gutenberg

Build for Gutenberg: How Plugin and Theme Authors Are Addressing the Transition

At WordCamp Europe 2018, Matt Mullenweg laid out a rough roadmap for Gutenberg over the next several months. In July, there’s going to be a big push to increase Gutenberg adoption, with a 5.0 beta in play for August (or beyond; actually, probably beyond). The impending integration may have you wondering how WordPress developers are planning to build for Gutenberg.

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WordPress Theme Design Trends (2003 to 2019)

WordPress Theme Design Trends

When the first version of WordPress was shipped in May 2003, it had groundbreaking design features for the time and defined the first batch of WordPress theme design trends to come. There were highly intelligent line breaks, nice textures, and the ability for bloggers to add links to their blogrolls.

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Who Uses WordPress? How About These 100+ Famous Brands

Who Uses WordPress

The timeline of WordPress is nothing short of extraordinary. Basically, what started as a niche blogging tool has turned into the most popular publishing platform and website software on the web. Just how popular? Well, currently, research says that more than 27% of the web is powered by WordPress. Just to make this clear, again, that’s 27% of the entire web.

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Our Hopes and Fears for WordPress 4.8 (Roundup)

I should probably add a little context before we jump into this one and talk “our hopes and fears for WordPress 4.8.” This article is not exactly what it looks like. Everything started back in December when I and the rest of the team traveled to Philadelphia to take part in 2016’s WordCamp US. Getting there was a big deal for us so we wanted to

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[Infographic] Mesmerizing WordPress Stats for 2019

Have you ever wondered how big WordPress actually is? Or how wide its domination spreads across the web? … Is WordPress the Genghis Khan of website platforms? Okay, that last one is probably taking it too far. But nevertheless, WordPress has rightfully earned its place among other online CMS platforms, and not only that, but it has totally dominated that space ever since its release on May 27th

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