November 2017 WordPress Comics … w/ CodeinWP

Hello WordPress people! They say laughter is the best medicine – like, for everything(!) – so today is that day of the month again when our purpose is nothing but making you smile. Welcome to WordPress Comics of the Month for November 2017!

This is only the second episode in this series, but I have to admit that I surely enjoy the time we’re spending working on those comics! Our original post was well received by the community, so now we are back with six more comic strips for you. This time, illustrated by João Santos.

By the way, the ideas for these are either our own or come from the artist, but we’re open to suggestions from you guys, too! If you have something in mind, we are glad to hear it, and possibly use it in one of the future comics. Hit us up in the comments!

Without further ado, this is the November 2017 edition of WordPress comics with CodeinWP! We hope you’ll have a great time while scrolling through these. 🙂

 

November 2017 WordPress Comics

The never-ending scare of new WordPress updates knocking on the door…

 

updates

 
Remember web developer’s commandment #1: If things “just work” then you’re not taking enough risk!

Just your average donations plugin…

 

donations

 
We had this “donations plugin” idea covered in the first comics post too, only with a different spin on it. We love them both, anyway. Take a look.

Too bad things don’t work like that in real life…

 

pimples

 
Or maybe CSS is not the solution here, what do you think?

Step right up! SSLs for everyone! Free!

 

SSLs

 
Did you know that every non-HTTPS website will now be labeled “not safe” in the Chrome browser? This is probably why SSLs are all the rage right now. We covered this in one of our monthly news posts, check it out.

Think simple, design simpler…

 

minimalism

 
Which side are you on? Skeuomorphism or minimalism?

WordPress.com vs WordPress.org vs Jetpack – what’s the difference?

 

WordPress.org-vs-WordPress.com-vs-Jetpack

 
The difference between the .com and .org (and now Jetpack) is one of those confusing things that every WordPress beginner has to deal with. “Which one is better for me, WordPress.com or WordPress.org?” Of course, the comic strip above is a huge oversimplification, but it gets the idea across, more or less.
So this sums up the second edition of our series – November 2017 WordPress Comics.

Which is your favorite comic strip here? In case you didn’t notice, you can share those comics individually by hovering over the image – social media button will pop up.

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Writer and WordPress blogger at ThemeIsle, CodeinWP, and Revive Social. When I'm not creating content, I'm either hiking, attending a metal concert, reading a book, or watching tennis.
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  • Xarah Joy Dax

    That was awesome, those comics made me chuckle 🙂