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Finish What You Start and Watch Profits Soar KDS: 058 - The WP Chick

I have a feeling this might be a bit of a rant… so I’m going to apologize in advance for that, but it’s truly only because I care and am SO tired of seeing this happen. And because I have… Continue Reading →

Is there a place for the Genesis Framework in a full site editing world? - Carrie Dils

Full site editing is coming to WordPress…eventually. StudioPress recently announced an open beta for Genesis Block Theme, which is an early rendition of what will eventually become a full site editing theme. That’s sparked some conversation and questions that inspired… Continue Reading →

How I Backup Photos and Videos Every Month - Tom McFarlin

One of the things that I’ve done since high school (at least that’s when I think I started) is consistently backup photos and videos. Back then, I wasn’t taking as many photos – I was younger, digital cameras still saved… Continue Reading →

Happy Thanksgiving - Tom McFarlin

I never know how many people are reading articles like this the day they are published, but I’ve always been a fan of sharing a note of Thanksgiving Day (at least that’s what it is here in the USA). For… Continue Reading →

#FtheHustle ~ 003 - The WP Chick

.ugb-e24a629 hr.ugb-divider__hr{background-color:#db4161 !important;margin-left:auto !important;margin-right:auto !important} I don’t know about you, but I swear every single year I think I’m ready for the holiday season. My intention is to take it easy, and then BOOM. Guess again. The only difference at… Continue Reading →

Transitioning Out of Service Work KDS:057 - The WP Chick

Transitioning from one thing to another can be a challenge, but sometimes you know you need to do it. That’s what we’re talking about today. I LOVE getting questions from people that inspire content, whether it’s a podcast episode, written… Continue Reading →

#FtheHustle ~ 002 - The WP Chick

.ugb-c30a839 hr.ugb-divider__hr{background-color:#db4161 !important;margin-left:auto !important;margin-right:auto !important} @media screen and (min-width:768px){.ugb-b4f855f.ugb-spacer{height:25px}} I have a little exercise for you to try.  It’s something I did for myself recently and it made a huge difference in how I thought about a handful of things…. Continue Reading →

Loving Selling with Nathan Zadworny KDS: 056 - The WP Chick

I’m quite pleased to say that this is the first podcast interview Nathan has done. I’m always honored when people agree to be on the show (especially when I’ve asked them as opposed to being approached to have someone on… Continue Reading →

#FtheHustle ~ Issue 01 - The WP Chick

.ugb-140c5e8 hr.ugb-divider__hr{background-color:#db4161 !important;height:2px !important;width:50% !important;margin-left:auto !important;margin-right:auto !important}.ugb-140c5e8 .ugb-inner-block{text-align:center} For Entrepreneurs Ready to Enjoy the Journey & Grow a Profitable Business Welcome to the first issue of the #FtheHustle newsletter! I am super excited to be bringing this to life. I came up… Continue Reading →

Quick Tip: Get the Size of a MySQL Database - Tom McFarlin

TL;DR: In this quick tip, I provide a simple query for determine the size of a database (that includes all tables). This is useful when determine what the largest tables are, especially if there are custom tables in your WordPress… Continue Reading →

What is #FtheHustle? - The WP Chick

This has been a long time coming. I thought it would make sense if I explained what #FtheHustle is before putting it out in the world (even though to a certain degree, it’s pretty self-explanatory). I’m on a bit of… Continue Reading →

Add a Custom View to the All Posts Screen - Tom McFarlin

TL;DR: I’m going to be working on a series that looks how to achieve a useful task with taxonomies, likely categories, then refector it into an object-oriented plugin that will serve as a utility plugin for taxonomies, in general. Some… Continue Reading →

Full Site Editing Blueprint for Local - Carrie Dils

Do you use Local for as your WordPress development environment? Are you interested in learning more about how Full Site Editing works? This post is for you. Full Site Editing is coming to WordPress…eventually. As I’ve been reading about FSE… Continue Reading →

How Declarations & Explanations are Crushing Your Soul KDS:055 - The WP Chick

I’ve been thinking about how to best approach this topic. Since I seem to be on a bit of a roll with rants, that was definitely one direction I could take this, but really, as fun as rants can be,… Continue Reading →

Comment Générer une Attestation de Sortie Covid-19 en un Clic sur Mobile - Remi Corson

Just a quick post in French to help people generate automatically the mandatory authorization to go outside during the lockdown….

Whatever it Takes KDS: 054 - The WP Chick

This is a little bit of a piggyback from last week’s episode (What it Means to Just Show UP).  After a conversation in a Facebook Group, I felt inspired to take one concept further and go a little deeper into… Continue Reading →

It’s Okay to Write a Kludge, Sometimes - Tom McFarlin

TL;DR: Don’t avoid writing a kludge of code when the situation necessitates it. Sometimes, factors outside of our control dictate how quickly we can turn a solution around. At the minimum, leave a code comment that explains what the code… Continue Reading →

What it Means to Just Show UP KDS:053 - The WP Chick

This episode and post have been a long time coming. I don’t remember when I first came up with #JustShowUP, but it’s been my mantra now for at least 6 or 7 years. I never let it go, but I… Continue Reading →

Learn JavaScript, Forget PHP? - Tom McFarlin

The landscape of WordPress has changed. A few years ago, we were all tasked with learning JavaScript deeply and rightly so. With the advent of Gutenberg and projects like Calypso, it’s obvious that JavaScript is becoming a dominant force in… Continue Reading →

Split Navigation in Genesis Sample - Sridhar Katakam

This members-only tutorial provides the steps to display primary navigation menu at the left, title area in the middle and secondary navigation menu at the right in Genesis Sample. Between 960px and 1399px (inclusive) we shall center the site header elements one below the other. 959px… Continue Reading →

What To Do When Xcode CLI Tools Won’t Install - Tom McFarlin

TL;DR: If the standard terminal commands don’t work for uninstalling and reinstalling the Xcode CLI tools, use this page and search for the latest version of the tools to download. You don’t need a developer account to access it. If… Continue Reading →

Kick Shame to the Curb and Explode Your Business KDS: 052 - The WP Chick

One of the best things about getting older (ideally), is that we start lining up more with who we truly are and what we really want our lives to look like. During this little sabbatical from the podcast, I’ve been… Continue Reading →

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