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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 line
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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 becoming
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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 a
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WordPress Frustration: Plugins Suddenly Failing
Two of the key selling points for WordPress Development is “No coding Required” for most of its Themes and Plugins
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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 ease
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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 a
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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 that
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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 the
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Mobirise JavaScript Website Developer
The last 4-5 years have seen the rise of open, free and popular CSS+HTML5+JS frameworks like Bootstrap, Foundation Zurb and
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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 of
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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 and
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WordPress 4.6 Review
Its rare that one gets to use a new feature in a WordPress release – but WP4.6 was different. First,
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WP Simple Booking Calendar
Calendar plugins are vital to a number of scheduling and booking applications. But the problem is that like in the
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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 ways
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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 CSS
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A Simple WordPress FAQs/Help System
jQuery AutoComplete is already useful for Bootstrap, Foundation and Ink JavaScript frameworks. But I have found a Search Autocomplete  WordPress
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Web BandAids
Over the past 5 years the aids to using HTML5 and other key Web tools have accumulated rapidly. And the
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WordPress Migration Tools
WordPress has good news and bad on WP Migration. WordPress has always had a good set of  migration tools; particularly when
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How Pagelines Caught My Attention
And how JavaScript is becoming main language for WordPress Development Pagelines in 2012 was part of that Wave of WordPress Page
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Advanced Page Manager WP Plugin
A Plugin for Managing Pages and Menus Easily How many times have you had a project in which you have
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Agile, Scrum and WordPress
Agile Methods using the Scrum Process seem built for WordPress Development Agile methods have a manifesto and development methodology which
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Background Pattern Generator
Greg Priday and his band of mighty WordPress coders has done it again. From their perch in CapeTown South Africa,
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Animation Shortcode
There is a sleeper plugin on Code Canyon called Animation Shortcode which is less than perfect but brings enough to
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Calypso: New WordPress Music
At a recent WordPress Meetup, convener Brent Kobayashi went around the table and greeted everyone. And for the new attendees
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Spreadsheet Plugin for WordPress
WordPress has basic HTML table settings but essentially that is all she wrote. If users want to add sophisticated spreadsheets
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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 between
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Discovered at WordCamp 2015 TO: Making Websites Easy to Update
Dara Skolnick gave a great presentation for WordPress Developers entitled Help Me Help You: Practical Tips for Designers from A WordPress
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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 slides
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