It seems like there’s a lot of competition in the WordPress contact form plugin space.
We covered Gravity Forms a while back and we’re probably due for another review soon. However, GF positions itself as more than just a simple contact form. It’s a framework for data capture and integration for WordPress.
At least that’s how I define it.
Enter the Ninja Forms (aff. link) plugin — a true contender to GF? Tune in to find out!
Matt and Scott continue the journey down the plugin development road.
If you missed part 1, we suggest going back to that video and starting from the basics. We covered some of the fundamental work you should have done before you actually started coding.
In this episode we’ll jump into choosing the right file structure, prepping your plugin for development and using the WordPress repo.
Week in WordPress episode 3 is hot off the Hangout press!
Today we’re joined by Brad Williams of WebDevStudios and Robert Neu of FAT Media to discuss the top headlines for the week in WordPress.
This week there was more great discussion surrounding WordPress, including the dot org repository, hosting providers and premium plugin development.
All that and more, coming up!
To slide or not to slide — that is the question.
In the new SEO age, our familiar friend the slider is making it’s way tot he chopping block. Slow load times, unfriendly touch interfaces and lack of quick content access.
However, one of the most popular WordPress slider plugins is poised to make comeback. Check out SlideDeck 2 in our latest PressThis episode!
Interested in developing your first WordPress plugin?
If you’re new to WordPress development and you want to join in the fun of our great WordPress development community, this is the episode for you! Join us as we kick off part 1 of WordPress plugin development on the FreshDev web show!
Week in WordPress episode 2 is out!
Today we’re joined by Brian Krogsgard of Poststat.us and Jeff Chandler of WPTavern.com to discuss the top headlines for the week in WordPress.
Plenty of great discussion surrounding the WordPress ecosystem, the value of WordPress, and the culture of our community.
All that and more, coming up!
Today we were joined by Syed Balkhi of WPBeginner.com and Adam Warner of Foo Plugins to talk about some of the top headlines in the WordPress world.
The hottest topic we kicked off with? Can you make money in WordPress news or media?
If you can’t…
There’s always money in the banana stand! Let’s do this!
Our concept of the week centers around how much data is available in the web marketing world.
Dan and Matt look at what data is available outside of Google analytics and why it’s important to your web marketing success. Sure unique visits and time on site is important — but how many G+ followers do you have? Twitter retweets? What’s your total social reach?
There’s plenty of data out there, let’s focus on what’s actually working in our business!
Kicking off our first ever Week in WordPress roundtable talk today!
We were met with a few technical challenges, but all in all, I’d say we’re off to a good start. If you’re looking for a healthy dose of weekly WordPress headlines, be sure to tune in every Friday.
On to the show!
Let’s setup the scene:
You’re a developer or designer working on your local machine, building the next latest and greatest WordPress website. You’ve made all of the last minute client adjustments and you’re ready to take it live.
Now the pain begins.