If you’re looking for WordPress hosting, then you know there are several options. Here are four for you.
While still on the topic, this post is published before previous one. So probably it’s 2014 edition?
SiteGround, Pagely, MediaTemple, WP Engine. The missing ones here are Flywheel and GoDaddy. And the one not mentioned on the latest post is MediaTemple.
Source: Looking for WordPress Hosting – Four Options for You
If you’re wondering how to choose WordPress hosting, here’s my quick guide – the 2015 edition.
GoDaddy, SiteGround, Flywheel, Pagely and WPEngine.
Nice graph by the way.
Source: How to choose WordPress hosting (2015 edition)
I presented at WordCamp Seattle over the weekend, about a tool that has made my frontend development work way easier: Sass, the CSS preprocessor. It was re
Already use SASS. But never made a
mixin such these. Would love to.
Source: Four Reasons to Fall in Love with Sass for WordPress (if You Haven’t Already) | WPShout
Time Machine works by backing up every file on your Mac—including things like applications and preferences—to an external hard drive. The only thing not backed up is the operating system. If anything happens to your Mac, you can go back to the copy stored in Time Machine.
Tip: Time Machine stores hourly backups for twenty-four hours, daily backups for a month and weekly backups indefinitely, limited only by the capacity of the storage being used.
Time to try it, after finally got a free external HD.
Source: Getting Started With Time Machine
The CSS pseudo-classes commonly used for styling hyperlinks are :link, :visited, :hover, :active, and :focus.
Finally got a little grip about
Source: CSS Link Pseudo-classes
Almost forgot. WPBeginner also needs to be wrapped up. Well, mostly it’ll be plugins collection. Total 4 articles.
Let’s wrap everythings up today. Part 4. Total 10 articles.
Yesterday not quite finished. So will continue today. This is Part 1.