Posts by John Hughes

2 Tools for Collaborating With Your Agency’s Clients

Communication between agencies and clients is what keeps a project moving forward smoothly and efficiently. However, it can be difficult to juggle the assignments within your agency while staying up to date with your clients. Thankfully, there are a number of collaboration…
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5 Tips for Effective Enterprise WordPress Development

A successful business website should smoothly guide prospective customers through each phase of your conversion funnel. To do this, you'll need to make sure your site is scalable, fast-loading, secure, and designed for a quality user experience (UX). Of course, striking the…
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9 Tools You Should Be Using In Your Plugin Development

As web technology rapidly (and constantly) advances, it's important to learn how to use modern technology to keep up with your rival developers, or risk losing out on much-needed work. While there's a little bit of a learning curve for every new…
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5 Ways to Use the WordPress .htaccess File to Improve Your Site

Web servers use configuration files to enable or disable functionality. One of the most important of these files for WordPress users is the .htaccess file. The WordPress .htaccess file enables you to customize aspects of your site’s functionality. For example, you can use it…
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5 Major Advantages of Enterprise WordPress Hosting

Despite the fact that WordPress powers 30% of the Internet, the myth of it being simply a blogging platform still exists. The reality is that WordPress is perfectly suited for managing large-scale business enterprises, delivering secure, robust, and flexible solutions for virtually…
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A Definitive Guide on How to Create Custom Post Types in WordPress

WordPress' default post types are useful for creating blog posts, pages, attachments, and other standard elements of your website. However, if you're looking to facilitate streamlined and efficient content creation for your business site, you may find the default post types somewhat…
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A Guide to Using WordPress Logs to Track Errors

Use WordPress logs to fix problems that arise on your WordPress instance -- or, more accurately, to figure out why they've occurred. This feature tracks errors and records them in one easy-to-locate file, so you can get started on the troubleshooting process.…
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