WordPress Edinburgh has been a regular event for me most months, and last week we moved to a new home at Codebase. This was where was last year’s WordCamp Edinburgh was staged. We kicked off the new phase with a talk by Tim Nash. Tim works for hosting company 34SP.com who sponsor our meetups (thanks… Continue Reading Stay Safe! Practical Security Tips For WordPress
You may have noticed a number of cookie consent messages like this when browsing the Web recently: You can’t miss them when browsing sites on your phone… What’s going on?? Have we been invaded by Cookie Monster? Well, no. It’s all in the interest of privacy and transparency. In this post I’ll attempt to answer… Continue Reading Cookie Consent Messages And Privacy: What You Need To Know
GDPR is coming… The enforcement date of May 25 2018 for the new European data protection law is only a few weeks away. WordPress Core and plugin developers have been looking at solutions for abiding by GDPR for WordPress sites. Been living under a rock and don’t know what the GDPR is? Read my post… Continue Reading Making WordPress GDPR Compliant – Do You Need a Plugin?
For the fourth year running, I’m pleased to say that I made it to WordCamp London. And what a conference it was! My main goals for the three days were: Attend the Contributor Day and learn enough about Git and the command line to be able to contribute to WordPress. Learn as much as I… Continue Reading WordCamp London 2018: Technology, Terrific Talks and Tribe
Most WordPress themes built now have a responsive mobile menu built-in. The hamburger icon (3 stacked horizontal lines) has become the symbol of a menu toggle. Though hamburger icons are not universally recognised. But there are a few older themes, like Twenty Eleven, which although they are responsive, don’t have a dedicated mobile menu. Twenty… Continue Reading Comparing Free WordPress Mobile Menu Plugins – Which Is Best?
Reykjavik theme is a relatively new addition (October 2017) to WordPress’ family of accessibility-ready themes. It was created by Oliver Juhas of WebMan Design. Oliver has created a number of accessibility-ready themes, some free and some paid. The name Reykjavik evokes a product which is clean and modern. The theme description begins: Reykjavik is fresh, lightweight,… Continue Reading Is WordPress Reykjavik Theme Clean, Light And Accessible?
On Friday 5th January I attended CMA Kick-Off 2018 in Dundee. It was an event for getting off to the best start in business for the new year with friendly Content Marketing Academy members. January 5th 2018 – business owners from across the UK have travelled to Dundee today to attend #cmako2018 hosted by @chrismarr101… Continue Reading CMA Kick-Off 2018: Brilliant Tips For A Rewarding Year
There are times in the life of a WordPress site when doing a content export and import is necessary. In this post I’ll look at: When you would need to export and import content. What content you can export and import. What tools, plugins and services you can use. What issues you might run into,… Continue Reading How To Export And Import Content On Your WordPress Site
I was asked to give a short talk on blogging on Tuesday evening at the WordPress Glasgow meetup. Amongst the things I talked about was tools and plugins that I find useful for blogging. One tool I’ve been using since May this year is Missinglettr for blog promotion. What does Missinglettr do? The name doesn’t… Continue Reading Missinglettr: Easily Drive Traffic To Your Blog Posts
Updated 30 May 2018. Do you run a large WordPress blog? You will probably have split your content into different categories. Perhaps you have your category list in a sidebar or in a dropdown menu. When a visitor views each category page they’ll normally see a list of the posts in that category, with the… Continue Reading How To Add Custom Content To WordPress Category Archives