What’s Wrong with My Website? A Guide for Website Support

Needing emergency website support is never a good thing, but mistakes sometimes get made and have to be resolved. Recently, WordPress Developer and Core Contributor from BlueHost, William Earnhardt, gave a talk at WordCamp Boston on debugging and troubleshooting: “Why Isn’t This Working? Tips for Debugging in WordPress.” Using this and our weekly developer training…

Keeping up with Gutenberg

Gutenberg was released over half a year ago with WordPress 5.0. As with most big changes it came with mixed emotions, but since its inclusion into core there have been a lot of additions to the editor, and people seem to be warming up to it more and more. In this article, we will go…

Have You Checked Your WooCommerce Settings?

When was the last time you reviewed your eCommerce site’s settings? While most eCommerce shop managers will be in them daily to fulfill orders, update products, and offer support to customers, other settings in the site often go overlooked. These include things such as taxes, shipping rates, and privacy/security. Settings should be periodically reviewed to…

Using a Local Development Environment

When it comes to creating new features for a website, it’s important to be able to test as much, as often, and as fast as possible. Being able to quickly alter database content, update functions, and change styles can significantly speed up the development process. One of the best ways to achieve this is by…