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Senior Citizen Coders, .Net WordPress and ISIS WordPress Sites

This week, we take a look at an 81 year old lady who’s had an app published on the iOS App store, a company that have built a compiler for WordPress using .NET and WordPress.com’s inaction against ISIS’ use of their blogging platform. It’s never too late to start coding! Most people associate coding with younger generations, imaginging the typical developer as a teenager sat in a hoody in front of a laptop. All signs point towards a growing new generation of.

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Dashing through the snow, on an open source WordPress website

T’is the season to be jolly, all across London the decorations are twinkling day and night. So why don’t we bring a little Christmas cheer and deck some websites, and not just the halls! Here are a few free plugins that you can easily add to your WordPress website and show a little seasonal cheer. 1) Adding a WordPress snow plugin If you want to create a snow falling effect on your website, there are multiple options. If your site is already.

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8.5 WordPress Dev Improvements You Can Make Without Hiring Us!

Anyone with a website, WordPress or otherwise, will receive and most likely hates the typical web developer prospecting email. Everyone will have had one at one time or another, or several times a day if you are particularly “fortunate”. So this post is the antithesis of that email. I am not messaging saying I can offer you a service. Instead, today is about 8.5 things you, yes you, can do to your own WordPress website in order to improve it; all of which is.

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The All New WordPress – What is Calypso?

Matt Mullenweg, the CEO of WordPress’ parent company, Automattic, announced a new interface for WordPress late last year called Calypso. What was unusual was that the interface was written in Javascript, Node, and React (which excited the vast majority of developers) but it remained a primarily PHP based application using a REST API. WordPress Calypso has created a lot of confusion with many people thinking WordPress was being completely rebuilt, but in fact Calypso is just an admin interface with a WordPress.com.

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Wix – A Quick Fix for Your Website Needs?

The web development space is one with furious competition. With the enhanced user experiences available and the growing number of tech confident users, the space for Do It Yourself websites has seen a large amount of growth in recent years. Many of the common Content Management Systems (CMS) are designed to empower users without the need of developers; Wix on the other hand has a platform that eliminates development all together. Founded in 2006, Wix has been widely well received. PCMag.com rate.

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All That Jazz – WordPress Version 4.5 has been Released

Coleman Hawkins, a legendary Jazz Musician and now the namesake of WordPress’ latest release, 4.5 a.k.a. Coleman. What do the pair have in common? Smoothness. Especially when it comes to previewing and editing content. So what array of new goodies has this release brought us? Well certainly more than Apple’s latest iPhone offering. WordPress has released new functions within its editing tools so now users can add links inline. This is alongside newly introduced formatting shortcuts e.g. type “—” to insert a.

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