By Oyibo – TheNewsGuru.com – Image Not Credited.
The WordPress Community in Nigeria has announced it will host the first official WordCamp conference in the country. TheNewsGuru reports more than 500 attendees including bloggers, designers, developers, digital strategists, startups, entrepreneurs, business owners, partners and tech enthusiasts are expected to take part in the event.
By Kinsta.com – Image Not Credited.
The real revolution started with the WordPress page builder–an impressive addition to WordPress that turned designing into a more visual procedure. Web developers can now manufacture more sites in a fraction of the time (making way for more customers and money). In addition, the beginners and startups out there don’t have to rely on a pricey developer, because they can construct a website with drag and drop elements for items like carousels, images, videos, columns, product galleries, portfolios, and more.
By Richard Tribe – techly.com.au – Image Not Credited.
Even the founders of this publication chose open-source WordPress a decade ago during their ‘garage days’ to launch Lost At E Minor and The Roar. We are still on WordPress today, because ain’t nobody got time for coding their own software, right!? However, we do sometimes get free beers on Friday arvos.