In September 2016, I was introduced to a web hosting company that was relatively new to WordPress: Flywheel. They were a top sponsor at Circles Conference, an event I was attending. I also enjoyed sharing the stage with Andrea Trew, former Art Director of Flywheel.[Read more…] about Flywheel Hosting Review: Great for WordPress Designers
A collection of writing by Brian Gardner.
Before I get started, let me provide some context.
For several years—as far back as I can remember, actually—I have used Google Analytics. I have been building websites since 2006 and have encouraged others to do the same.[Read more…] about Fathom Analytics: Simple, Privacy-First Website Tracking
I wrote this for everyone who—like me this past week—wants to throw in the towel.
WP Engine acquired StudioPress in the Summer of 2018. You might expect that this was hard for me to consider, but all signs pointed in the direction of selling. Well, all but one of them did.
And that one was fear.[Read more…] about There’s No Easy Way Out
Among its many benefits, WordPress offers extensibility like no other content management system. It now powers 40% of the world’s websites, and there are no signs of slowing down.
With the release of the new block editor known as Gutenberg, developers can customize settings and control the way a user interacts with the software.[Read more…] about Enable Custom Font Sizes for the Block Editor in WordPress