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The Gutenberg Post
Here is our Gutenberg Post transferred to theOpensourcery.com See the complete Gutenberg preview and impact analysis here. Below the lineRead more.
SquareSpace vs WordPress : A Second Look
A review of SquareSpace vs WordPress in the WPMUDev blog raises the question of whether web development reviews are becomingRead more.
How Much Does a WordPress Website Cost?
Codeable has an interesting infographic about the pricing for building a new WordPress Business website with 6 pages and aRead more.
Web PageBuilders Are Essential Tools
How PageBuilder Tools have become essential in web development The combination of no-coding-required UI/UX PageBuilding features plus comparative operational easeRead more.
WIDDE – WordPress Interactive Design/Development Environs
The Emergence of WPIDE-WordPress Interactive Design/Development Environs How WordPress UI Design Caught up with SquareSpace, Wix, Weebly, etc. As aRead more.
Online Website Speed Testing Tools
Speed of website load and operation has been recognized as a very desirable trait for your website. Numerous Studies show thatRead more.
NextGen Pro WordPress Gallery Plugin
WordPress Gallery Plugins over the past 3-4 year have become feature rich allowing display of images in thumbnail, masonry ,Read more.
Wallace Theme: REST API and Angular 2
Wallace Theme has been featured in WP Tavern as an Angular 2 JS based driven theme with use of theRead more.
The last 4-5 years have seen the rise of open, free and popular CSS+HTML5+JS frameworks like Bootstrap, Foundation Zurb andRead more.
Putting W3CSS into Your WordPress Pages
W3Schools W3CSS is a robust CSS Framework for use in WordPress The following examples show some of the advantages ofRead more.
EnjoyCSS: Online CSS Testbed & Tutorial
The Opensourcery has already featured the wealth of online Web coding websites like CodePen, JSFiddle, SQLFiddle among others. Although CodePen andRead more.
WordPress 4.6 Review
Its rare that one gets to use a new feature in a WordPress release – but WP4.6 was different. First,Read more.
WP Simple Booking Calendar
Calendar plugins are vital to a number of scheduling and booking applications. But the problem is that like in theRead more.
Using Google Fonts in WordPress
The previous post describes the many advantages of using Google Fonts on your website. This post will look at some of the waysRead more.
CSS Hero and Site Origins CSS Editor:Update
At the start of this year, theOpensourcery did a review of twoWordPress CSS Editor plugins that help WP developers make CSSRead more.
A Simple WordPress FAQs/Help System
Over the past 5 years the aids to using HTML5 and other key Web tools have accumulated rapidly. And theRead more.
WordPress Migration Tools
WordPress has good news and bad on WP Migration. WordPress has always had a good set of migration tools; particularly whenRead more.
How Pagelines Caught My Attention
Advanced Page Manager WP Plugin
A Plugin for Managing Pages and Menus Easily How many times have you had a project in which you haveRead more.
Agile, Scrum and WordPress
Agile Methods using the Scrum Process seem built for WordPress Development Agile methods have a manifesto and development methodology whichRead more.
WordPress Edit Annoyances
WordPress Editor has a number of annoyances. This is strange given that that a key strength of WordPress has beenRead more.
Background Pattern Generator
Greg Priday and his band of mighty WordPress coders has done it again. From their perch in CapeTown South Africa,Read more.
There is a sleeper plugin on Code Canyon called Animation Shortcode which is less than perfect but brings enough toRead more.
Best Free Image Gallery Plugin for WordPress
WordPress has left a tremendous gap in support of images and galleries. First, the Media Library is still woefully poorRead more.
Calypso: New WordPress Music
At a recent WordPress Meetup, convener Brent Kobayashi went around the table and greeted everyone. And for the new attendeesRead more.
Spreadsheet Plugin for WordPress
WordPress has basic HTML table settings but essentially that is all she wrote. If users want to add sophisticated spreadsheetsRead more.
Discovered at WordCamp 2015 TO:Geo Mapping Tricks
At a WordCamp there is inevitably Lecture Regret – that is when you have to make a hard choice betweenRead more.
Discovered at WordCamp 2015 TO: Content Modeling
Jamie Schmid came to WordCamp Toronto all the way from Portland Oregon. And as you can see from the slidesRead more.