I was lucky enough to attend WordCamp Frankfurt this year and staff the Jetpack and WooCommerce booth. I had a blast, I met two of my fellow Automatticians (Cécile and Thomas), and I had a chance to talk with our customers. It was awesome!
Whenever you publish an article on your WordPress website, chances are great that you are going to share your article with your friends on social networks like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+ etc. Instead of logging into each of these services and sharing the URL to your article manually, you can also automate this process by […]
A couple of months ago, I wrote an article on adding custom CSS to a WordPress website. For WordPress.org sites, I covered the Custom CSS feature of Jetpack that helps you add your own CSS code to your site. However, there is another way of achieving the same results and that is a child theme.
Right. But also wrong! I’ll explain the ambivalence shortly 🙂 Let me first explain in a few sentences the difference between WordPress.org and WordPress.com. I’ve already touched this subject in one of my previous posts. Basically, with WordPress.org you have to take care of everything – you need to find a hosting provider that suits […]