WP Mayor has been around for 10 years, and so has its branding and website design! A new look was long overdue and it was something the whole team had been eager to work on for quite some time. It’s the year 2020 and it’s finally here! WP Mayor has now got a brand new logo and a clean new website to go with it.
Get involved in the development of WordPress plugins, working to create helpful solutions that go beyond the user’s expectations. We’re looking for a React developer to take things to the next level.
Mental health and wellbeing in the WordPress community are topics that have been getting more attention lately, and deservedly so. The WP&UP initiative has been at the forefront of this effort. This is an introduction to their story.
SiteGround, one of WordPress.org’s recommended hosting providers, has developed a new set of website management interfaces built with the specific needs of freelance developers and agencies in mind. Here is how to use the new tools and interfaces to streamline your client work and take on more projects.
Last weekend our team attended WordCamp Europe in Berlin. It was a tremendous success and the biggest WordCamp in history, with over 3200 registrations.
One of the biggest criticisms aimed at WordPress and many of the developers within our ecosystem is the overuse of procedural coding and lack of proper object-oriented coding principles.
It’s a topic that’s been discussed over and over, including an episode on the Mastermind.fm show. In fact, Carl Alexander, one of the major OOP evangelists in the WP world, was on that show. The great news is that he has just released a course about object-oriented programming in WordPress.
WP Engine has now made the Genesis Framework and premium StudioPress Themes available for free to all WP Engine customers. Here at WP Mayor we have partnered up with WP Engine to offer you 4 months of free hosting with any annual subscription.
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