A Conversation with WordPress Evangelist Maddy Osman

If you do a bit of reading about the subjects of WordPress, SEO or content writing, then you’ve very likely to come across some of Maddy Osman’s work. After all, her writing has appeared in a who’s who of online publications for companies such as Adobe, Automattic, GoDaddy, Search Engine Journal, WPMU DEV and a host of others.

How to Speed up Google Fonts in WordPress

Today, I’m going to cover a few methods for optimizing and speeding up Google Fonts in WordPress. Images, of course, are and always will be the heaviest part of a web page, but according to HTTP Archive, as of October 2016, web fonts are just over 3% of an average page’s overall weight.

5 Ways the WordPress Gutenberg Editor Can Boost Revenue

Part of being a successful web designer is taking advantage of new opportunities. Some we have to hunt for, while others sort of fall into our laps. With the new Gutenberg editor for WordPress, due to be released as part of WordPress 5.0, we find one of those golden opportunities coming our way (although, some may see it more like an oncoming freight train).

Introducing Warp – An Open-Source Theme Framework for WordPress & Joomla

Each time you develop a theme you’ll have to deal with the same, repetitive tasks. E.g. you need a certain folder structure to organize your PHP, CSS and JavaScript files or you rely on features like layouts, compression and caching. Because you don’t want to start from scratch, coding all these features over and over again, you are better off using a theme framework. It provides you with a file and folder structure and offers a rich toolset for solving common tasks. That will give you the spare time to really focus on the fun parts of your theme design.