By Matt Shaw – DeliciousBrains.com – Image Not Credited.
If you keep up with the many different text editors and developer tools available, you may have heard of a newer IDE called Visual Studio Code. VS Code is a free, open source code editor that is lightweight like Sublime Text, but offers many of the same features as bigger IDEs like PhpStorm or WebStorm. In this article I’ll review some features and extensions of VS Code that I really appreciate, and show you how to make the most out of it for WordPress and general web development.
By ChrisPentago – tech.co – Image: ChrisPentago.
One blogging platform that has grown historically over the years and has become the epitome of open source project is WordPress. Developed by Matt Mullenweg in 2003, WordPress hosts millions of sites and hosts thousands of developers working on their backend. Their entire package is free to download and pretty simple to install. For developers interested in building WP themes and plugins, WordPress offers links and tutorials. WordPress also offers an amazing amount of free plugins for all of its users to enjoy.
By Clayton Johnson – GoDaddy.com – Image Not Credited.
WordPress is one of the most popular content management systems (CMS) because of its simplicity, history of support and because you can download it for free. Learning how to update WordPress lets you get the most out of this incredible CMS. Over the years their user base has exploded, with millions of websites now using WordPress to either host their entire site or for managing the blog section of their website.
By Jannelle Chemko – Blog.UMAMMarketing.com – Image Not Credited.
There are many reasons why we love working with WordPress: first, it’s FREE, which is obviously awesome. It’s also pretty easy to learn how to use, for even the most beginner-ish beginner. Once you have added a few innovative plugins, the tool also becomes very flexible and customizable, and, as many do not realize, can help your website in becoming an inbound marketing machine.