What is Gutenberg? Gutenberg is the new default text editor for WordPress, set to arrive some time in 2018. It will be replacing the current TinyMCE editor. On WordPress.com, its arrival will be dependent on when it is integrated into each of the currently offered themes. For VIP clients it’s integration will be managed allowing… Continue reading Gutenberg is coming!
I love WordPress, and have developed sites using WordPress.org for years. As a WordPress.org fanatic I never thought I’d be writing a blog post about the pros of WordPress.com, but after taking a good hard look at it recently I’ve realised there are actually more advantages to using WordPress.com than I thought. Here’s what I… Continue reading The pros of using WordPress.com
Edit: Dec 2018 – This post was originally created as the first post on my WordPress.com blog. Since then the posts on my self hosted WordPress site have been merged to this blog. I’ve been developing websites for years. I’ve come to love WordPress as a platform, and now also enjoy developing plugins. For me,… Continue reading Something shiny, something new
My latest project is a WordPress plugin which pulls location (beacon) data in from a route tracking app, and displays this on a Google Map. Here are some of the challenges involved in the build and their solutions.
WordPress is a popular CMS and as such it is a target for hackers. There are several steps you can take to ensure your site is as secure as possible.