My list of trusted WordPress plugins for 2020 and beyond

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Ask various developers what their preferred list of WordPress plugins is and you’ll get a varied and subjective list. The immense repository of WordPress plugins available to users is so overwhelmingly vast, it’s likely that nobodies two lists will look the same. With that being said, I’ve decided to write my list of trusted WordPress … Continue reading My list of trusted WordPress plugins for 2020 and beyond

Drupal: 2019, the year of Twigging

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Having worked with WordPress and Joomla over the years, one CMS always eluded me; Drupal. It wasn’t that I never wanted to work with Drupal, to be honest with you, the opportunity to learn while working with it just never happened. I initially stumbled upon Drupal 6 many years ago – but I never fully … Continue reading Drupal: 2019, the year of Twigging

YouTube Channels For Learning Web Development

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Thinking about teaching yourself web development? Perhaps out of interest, a potential career change or just our of curiosity? Well, the good news is that learning web development does not have to cost you a cent. There are two key ingredients you will need and those are patience and practice. That’s it! Where to start … Continue reading YouTube Channels For Learning Web Development

What Is Web Development?

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Over the years, many people have asked me “How did you get started in making websites?”, “I want to get into web development, please help me?” and often it’s followed by a long convoluted explanation. I want to create a basic guide here for people looking for answers and do my best in pointing them in the … Continue reading What Is Web Development?

WordPress.com vs WordPress.org

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WordPress.com vs WordPress.org: What’s the difference? If you’re new to the world of WordPress or website development, you may be wondering what the difference between WordPress.com vs WordPress.org is? The short answer is; WordPress.com is a service and WordPress.org is software. Both do the exact same thing and they do it exceptionally well, however they each deliver the … Continue reading WordPress.com vs WordPress.org

My Top 10 Recommended Brackets Extensions for 2016

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Brackets from Adobe is one of the fastest growing used text editors for web developers. Released just over a year ago, it’s become a great free IDE to code with and I’m finding it preferable to use over Sublime and Atom. “A modern, open source text editor that understands web design.” Because it’s relatively new on the scene, some … Continue reading My Top 10 Recommended Brackets Extensions for 2016