Every week brings fresh updates and news in the world of WordPress. This week we ring in the new year with some reflections and resolutions; what are you most looking forward to for WordPress in 2018?
Doc offers some insight into what is next for WordPress in 2018.
Changes intended to improve WordPress’ usability for both developers and content creators are just some of the few ways WordPress has matured since 2017. Some highlights for this year include an introduction to the Gutenberg editor, enablement of team workflows. and more!
Are you still sabotaging your own success via a slow loading website? Lazy loading is a simple technique that can help speed up your site. Learn about its advantages, disadvantages and how to add it to your WordPress site.
Moving your WordPress domain is a big decision. However, there’s no reason to believe that all the hard work you’ve put into SEO will go to waste when changing your domain. This article will help you keep your SEO intact during the whole process.
When writing code for WordPress core, you need to follow the WordPress coding standards. However, when writing in modern PHP, it’s not necessary or advisable. Writing PHP code is a whole different ballgame.
Some WordPress resolutions Torque has made for WordPress in 2018. And some things that we just didn’t get to in 2017…
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