With responsive design now no longer optional, CSS grids are quickly becoming the go-to for creating consistent website layouts that look great on multiple devices. In a nutshell, CSS grids provide a quick way to scaffold a site. You know all those floats and absolute and fixed positioning properties we’ve been using? Yeah, those are becoming outdated as CSS evolves. CSS3 grids make creating and changing sites a snap. In today’s post, I’ll show you how they work, why you should use them and how
Those of you who have been using WordPress for some time now know that its default search engine just doesn’t cut it once you have a few hundred articles posted on your site. One of the best ways to improve the user experience is to help your regular visitors find what they’re looking for as easily and...
The WordPress community has thrived based on the contributions of its members. As part of its continued commitment to the WordPress community, GoDaddy has begun publishing the GoDaddy Hot 100 as a way to share insights from across our millions of WordPress installations. It's a way for us to contribute to the openness of the WordPress community by empowering developers with data on the latest industry trends with respect to WordPress plugins and themes.
At the rate WordPress is growing, it’s impossible to promote all of the awesome little bits and pieces it contains, which means that some features get overlooked. In this post, I hope to show you at least a few things you don’t know about everyone’s favorite CMS. Get ready for awesome! 1. Paste to Make a Link Share on Facebook Tweet it Share on Google+ Sign up for more WordPress wisdom
We are just about two months from the release of WordPress 4.4, but it's already shaping up to be a very exciting release. Earth shattering enough to justify my attempt at a click baity headline? I don't know but there sure is a lot of cool stuff happening.
So I launched a WordPress blog a couple of years ago. I threw everything into it for a few months. I wrote article after article, focusing on high-quality content; all the while dreaming of the success it would become. Then, as the same old story goes, I became distracted by other commitments, and the blog declined into a state of disuse. As of this writing, I haven’t published an article on the site in over 15 months. At the time of its abandonment, it was attracting fewer than 2,000 v
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