Category: Plugins

6 Web Design Trends to Look Out for in 2022

Designers, coders, and developers are constantly coming up with revolutionary web designs. This can make it difficult to keep up with the newest techniques. However, an awareness of the latest trends is critical if you want to stay relevant and achieve your goals. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of this year’s top web design…

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Torque’s Social Hour: WordPress gets Meta(verse)

The Torque Social Hour is a weekly livestream about WordPress news and events. This week we are joined by Anthony Burchell to talk about his newest project, 3OV, a 3D WordPress plugin which turns your site into a VR/AR experience . Watch the episode here. Remember to vote for your favorite plugins on https://pluginmadness.com Torque…

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The State of Google AMP in 2022 (An Essential Update)

For years, many WordPress website owners have wondered if they need to use Google Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) to keep their sites running smoothly. Due to a lack of clear information, it has remained uncertain whether Google AMP can improve Search Engine Optimization (SEO). Fortunately, in 2021, Google released some definitive news about the state…

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WordPress MU-Plugins: What They Are + Useful Must-Use Plugins For WP Web Developers

Do you need features to activate automatically and remain enabled on your website? Then consider adding these to WordPress as an mu-plugin…even create your own! In this tutorial, we’ll explore: What Are MU-Plugins? A Brief History of MU-Plugins MU-Plugin Features How to Change the Default Must-Use Plugins Directory When Not to Use MU-Plugins How to…

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Writing Helper Functions in Procedural Programming in WordPress

TL;DR: Here’s how you can write domain-specific, testable helper functions in procedural programming in WordPress. If you decide to use procedural code when writing plugins or extensions for WordPress, this doesn’t mean that everything has to be in a monolithic function. That is, it’s still possible – and a good idea – keep domain-specific work…

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Resources, Week of 1 August 2021

This week, I finally started using a combination of Bio and Hey World to start pulling together all of the content that I share online. This blog is obviously primarily devoted to software development and although I considered broadening the scope of it (for longer than you may think), it just seemed easier to use…

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Fluent CRM Wins Plugin Madness 2021

2021 has already been a wild year and Plugin Madness was no different! In its sixth year, the bracket-style competition came back bigger than ever. After a hard-fought battle Fluent CRM has emerged victorious. FluentCRM was considered the underdog, but the team took to Twitter and got the votes. The plugin took on giants in…

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