Leveraging WordPress for Content Marketing Success

By Dan Maby | January 16, 2024
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The Cornerstone of Digital Strategies Content marketing has become an essential aspect of digital marketing strategies worldwide, offering a platform for businesses to engage with their audiences on a deeper level. Central to successful content marketing campaigns is a robust content management system, with WordPress leading the charge. WordPress: Beyond Blogging WordPress is renowned for […]

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Torque’s Social Hour: May 6th with Kathy Zant from Wordfence

By Dan Maby | May 7, 2020
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Continuing our weekly series of live conversations, we hope you enjoy this week’s episode of Torque’s Social Hour. This week we talked with Kathy Zant, from Wordfence, about a recent uptick in WordPress site attacks, Wordfence’s documentary premiere at WCUS, and Doc tells some terrible puns. Be sure to catch next week’s episode live by […]

Headless WordPress: What It Is and How to Use It

By Dan Maby | May 6, 2020
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“Headless WordPress” is a popular buzzword lately. Chances are, you have heard it thrown around the digital water cooler but aren’t quite sure what’s behind it. WordPress is an extensive, amazingly complex platform, but it does have its limitations. While it’s a fully-featured tool for bloggers and web developers that offers many possibilities, it doesn’t […]

Torque Toons: Virtual WordCamps

By Dan Maby | May 5, 2020
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With so many WordCaps going virtual this year, we decided to start brainstorming ideas for new features. Here are the ideas we came up with. The post Torque Toons: Virtual WordCamps appeared first on Torque.

A WordPress Developer’s Guide to Website Localization

By Dan Maby | May 5, 2020
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WordPress powers more than one-third of the web. However, not all of its 60+ million users are native English speakers. So if your WordPress products aren’t translatable into other languages, you’re missing out on the chance to reach new audiences and potential customers. As a developer, taking advantage of website localization can help you (and […]

Torque News Drop: What Coronavirus Plugins Are Available for WordPress?

By Dan Maby | May 4, 2020
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The Torque News Drop is a weekly report on the most pressing WordPress news. In this week’s News Drop, Doc reviews some of the Coronavirus plugins available for WordPress. Watch the full episode here. Love WordPress news but hate reading? My name is Doc and this is the Torque News Drop. In just a few […]

Torque’s Social Hour: April 29th with JJJ

By Dan Maby | April 30, 2020
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Continuing our weekly series of live conversations, we hope you enjoy this week’s episode of Torque’s Social Hour. In this week’s episode we talk with John James Jacoby about BuddyPress, BBPress, and his new book Be sure to catch next week’s episode live by subscribing here. The post Torque’s Social Hour: April 29th with JJJ […]

CSS Grid Tutorial: Beginner’s Guide to Creating Layouts With Grid

By Dan Maby | April 29, 2020
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For a long time, the one flaw in CSS was that there was no straightforward way to create layouts. Doing so always relied on using properties like floats and absolute positioning, which had their own flaws and challenges. Thankfully, this CSS Grid tutorial is going to change that. The CSS Grid property finally allows web […]

4 Accessibility Implementations Your Design Agency Should Make to Stop ADA Compliance Lawsuits

By Dan Maby | April 28, 2020
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In a nutshell, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance is mandatory for any reputable web designer. After all, if your clients suffer a lawsuit because they don’t meet ADA regulations, it’s your responsibility. When enough of your clients suffer, you may experience complaints and get a bad reputation that could cost you future income. […]

Torque’s Social Hour: April 22nd with Justin Channell

By Dan Maby | April 24, 2020
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Continuing our weekly series of live conversations, we hope you enjoy this week’s episode of Torque’s Social Hour. In this week’s episode we talk with Justin Channell, from Sucuri, about security trends in 2020 and how to keep your WordPress page secure. Be sure to catch next week’s episode live by subscribing here. Our special […]

How to Manage Post-Launch Support for Clients

By Dan Maby | April 23, 2020
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Most freelancers and web agencies focus 99% of their energy on finding new website projects and producing excellent work. But eventually, you have to address the question: how much support will you provide to clients after the website launches?  The answer can depend on a lot of factors, including your team size, resources, and your […]

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