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20 min read Tom Zsomborgi
Community | bit.ly | 1 day ago

How to Add Schema Markup to WordPress and WooCommerce Sites

So if you’re running a personal site with your own blog, you can tell search engines that your site represents a person and who that person is. Thanks to Schema markup, you can also link your site to your individual social media accounts.

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How to Add Schema Markup to WordPress and WooCommerce Sites

Community | bit.ly | 1 day ago

Schema markup can give your SEO a boost, providing additional data to search engines as well as making better use of other tools like social media platforms and Google knowledge panels. There are several ways through which you can add this markup to your site, either by installing a plugin or by manually adding the right code.
In this post, we’ll explain what Schema markup is, show you some of the benefits, and give you some examples. You’ll also learn how to add Schema markup to your WordPress site.
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What’s Schema Markup?
Schema markup is a kind of metadata (referred to as microdata) that’s added to your site to give search engines more information about what’s going on. In the past, we’ve used HTML tags to provide this kind of information to search engines.
Things like title tags, meta descriptions, and meta keywords (no longer relevant) have all been useful to tell search engines what a site is about.
But that doesn’t give search engines all the information they need to be able to fully understand what your site is about and who it would appeal to. And that’s where adding Schema markup to WordPress comes in.
Schema markup

12 min read Daniel Wilson
Community | solwininfotech.com | 11 hours ago

9 Ways To Make Profit With WordPress Theme Development

The sharp & clean design of the theme is a perfect solution to make a profit with the WordPress theme development. Let’s dive into it and earn more money.

9 Ways To Make Profit With WordPress Theme Development

Community | solwininfotech.com | 11 hours ago

WordPress is a top-rated platform and currently powers over 35% of online sites. The numbers have been rising steadily since it came into the market in 2003. Industry experts estimate that over 400 million people will visit the WordPress site monthly. It is popular among bloggers, because of the tools that allow for the creation and publishing of content. Developers have access to business opportunities in areas such as content management. However, its use has now expanded to include eCommerce. Our article below will give you excellent tips on how you can profit with WordPress theme development and the steps you need to take. Everything You Need To Know About WordPress Theme Development
Theme development is not anything new, and some have made it a lucrative source of income. It is always essential to know before going into the theme development business that many other people are doing the same thing. You must find a way to elevate yourself so that you stand above the competition.
You may not have a lot of money to invest in marketing and different kinds of promotions. Look for a way to build product and brand awareness cost-effectively. It is all about consistency and reliable products

5 min read WebDevStudios
Business | webdevstudios.com | 5 days ago

Benefits of Integrating Salesforce with WordPress

Integrating Salesforce with your WordPress site could be the edge you need to successfully manage your CRM and CMS. Learn more now.

Benefits of Integrating Salesforce with WordPress

Business | webdevstudios.com | 5 days ago

By now, you probably already know what WordPress is and that over a third of the web uses this Content Management System (CMS). And, you probably have heard of Salesforce, one of the leading Customer Relationship Management (CRM) platforms. However, using those two terms in the same sentence may seem strange. As both an end-user of WordPress and Salesforce at one time, I am here to tell you that you not only can but should use them in the same sentence. I imagine that someone at some point said your business is only as good as your leads are. If you aren’t capturing leads on your website, then you need to start. Capturing leads on your site and stopping there might not be the best way for you to manage your potential customers, though. By integrating Salesforce with WordPress, you can keep WordPress as your CMS, where you simply manage content, and Salesforce as your CRM, where you manage your customer relationships. It might sound to you that it is counter intuitive to integrate these two powerhouses of software just to manage them separately, but by the end of this blog post, you will see why and how it’s not counter intuitive at all.
Salesforce
First, let’s dive

3 min read Codeinwp
Community | codeinwp.com | 13 hours ago

#WCEU Canceled, WordPress 5.4 Out, WooCommerce 4.0, Remote Work

April 2020 roundup of news. Find out the latest happenings in the WordPress space.

#WCEU Canceled, WordPress 5.4 Out, WooCommerce 4.0, Remote Work

Community | codeinwp.com | 13 hours ago

This is the April 2020 edition of “This Month in WordPress with CodeinWP.” Hello everyone! This is for sure not the best context to meet again, we can just hope you guys are safe and healthy. We relate to each other now since most of us are in the same situation, trying to cope with sudden changes and new daily routines. I personally see it as a lesson that will teach us many positive things by the end of this unpleasant period.
If we do our jobs, stay home, and take the precautions the experts recommend, we can contribute together to making this end come sooner than expected.
While taking care of our own duties, we found the time to create this roundup of the most impactful news and guides from our community. It’s a handy way to get yourself up to speed with the latest happenings in WordPress in just a few minutes. Hope you’ll find it useful.
Take care! See you next month in, hopefully, better circumstances!
Important notice: WordCamp Europe postponed
Following WordCamp Asia’s pattern, WordCamp Europe is the second big conference to announce its cancellation due to the coronavirus outbreak. At least for this year, because the dates for 2021 were already

36 min read Codeinwp
Community | codeinwp.com | 4 days ago

Coronavirus: 20 WordPress Community Leaders Share Their Thoughts

The unexpected WordPress community's struggles, measures, and mission in the time of the Coronavirus pandemic

Coronavirus: 20 WordPress Community Leaders Share Their Thoughts

Community | codeinwp.com | 4 days ago

WordPress is being used by millions and, as the Coronavirus circles the world, it is impacting the WordPress industry overall. At the beginning of this pandemic, I was interested to see how various WordPress entities are being affected, so I’ve reached out to business leaders and independent professionals in our industry to learn what they’re doing to keep things going. With all the crazy past days, I wasn’t expecting lots of replies. To my surprise, many people made the extra effort to stop for a moment and share their thoughts with the rest of us. Each time I got a reply, I rushed to see what people are going through, what their struggles are and how they are holding up in such unexpected times that we’re living.
The things you will read are very different as people are going through various challenges. Some deal with adjustments for working remotely. Others are figuring out ways to keep their income and support their employees. Many are struggling with focus while dealing with an unpredictable future. And most end on a positive note and a feeling of hope and longing for togetherness.
Even if each contribution is different, they have one thing in common –

7 min read WebDevStudios
Community | webdevstudios.com | 7 days ago

How to Work Remotely with Kids at Home

Has the current pandemic forced you to work remotely from home? This may seem ideal, but if you have kids at home, too, it can be disruptive. WDS Frontend Engineer, JC Palmes, is a homeschooling mom. She offers an abundance of educational resources to keep your children engaged while you work.

How to Work Remotely with Kids at Home

Community | webdevstudios.com | 7 days ago

We are currently in the middle of an unprecedented crisis. Face masks, alcohol, hand sanitizers, and toilet paper are all gone, and those who thought that the COVID-19 is “just like the flu” are all facing that fact that staying at home is best for everyone. For a company like WebDevStudios where everyone is 100% remote, it’s just business as usual. But a lot of us have kids, and with school out, work is disrupted because you are now faced with keeping a child or two engaged in something just so you can continue to work. This is where I come in. My family is a homeschooling family. We’ve been homeschooling for nine years now and both my hubby and I have been working from home for over a decade. We have learned a lot over the years, and I’d love to share some valuable information and resources with everyone who is struggling to work remotely with kids at home. Disclaimer: IT IS NOT EASY. You will need a LOT of PATIENCE and TRY to remember that they’re your kids and you LOVE them.
The younger the kid, the harder it is. My kids were four and five years old when we first started homeschooling them. They did not know how to read and write. They’re

3 min read Webnus Studio
Tutorials | webnus.net | 15 hours ago

How to Speed Up WordPress Site 2020

Are you interested in the best ways for boosting up your website speed? Here is the Ultimate 2020 guide and tips to boost, optimization,and how to speed up WordPress performance. Prior to everything, you need to know that website speed optimization is a very time-consuming process and some of the methods that have been referred to in this article would require a significant amount of time to implement.

How to Speed Up WordPress Site 2020

Tutorials | webnus.net | 15 hours ago

Are you interested in the best ways for boosting up your website speed? Here is the Ultimate 2020 guide and tips to boost, optimization,and how to speed up WordPress performance. Prior to everything, you need to know that website speed optimization is a very time-consuming process and some of the methods that have been referred to in this article would require a significant amount of time to implement.
If you don’t have the time our knowledge to do it, we can speed up WordPress for you.
So it’s right about now that you should probably ask yourself whether it’s worth spending so much time on it.
Our expert team has spent years analyzing what metrics benefit the highest rated websites in search engines and have come up with their own checklist that will be used to both speed up WordPress and its ranking.
Worth noting that if you’re running a business it is recommended that you take all the necessary steps to optimize your website since it will have a direct impact on your business.
The first realistic step you could take to on how to speed up WordPress would be to use the Google Lighthouse tool to better familiarize yourself with the issues affecting your website.

2 min read Dragos Balota
Tutorials | wpdoze.com | 4 days ago

How To Add Motion Animations To Your Website Using Lottie & Elementor

A short tutorial from Adam that will show how you can add lottie animations to your website with Elementor.

How To Add Motion Animations To Your Website Using Lottie & Elementor

Tutorials | wpdoze.com | 4 days ago

Making your WordPress website more animated can be a plus over your concurrence and would not add that much performance impact. There are a lot of free animations that can be added from Lottie with the help of Elementor and a plugin that can add a widget that will enable the animation loading. The plugin is called Animentor and it’s a free plugin that can be installed and have this enabled for Elementor. The plugin will add a module in elementor that can be used to configure your animation. The menu will be as bellow:
Adam from wpcrafter.com has created a full video that will show you exactly how you can use the plugin and what animation can be added. You can add and configure anymations as the below ones very easely:

Tutorials | easy.jobs | 8 days ago

Ultimate Remote Hiring Guide Using easy.jobs in 2020

Due to this #CoronaVirus situation, we are kind of in a different phase, where we are adapting to new ways. This is a guide, our team prepared for Remote Hiring via Easy.Jobs. And they are giving away their Startup Package which is originally $19.99 USD/Month free for the rest of the year. I am sure it will help you.

Ultimate Remote Hiring Guide Using easy.jobs in 2020

Tutorials | easy.jobs | 8 days ago

Remote employees have risen in number over the past few years, and this #COVID19 situation forced us all to work remotely from home. Along with full remote work, employees around the world are said to have worked remotely on special occasions. This trend is further consolidated by employers, they are now open for remote hiring. As found from a study from OwlLabs, a firm that specializes in keeping an eye on the global state of remote work, according to them almost 56% of all global companies offer remote work.
What is Remote Work
If you didn’t spend the first three months of 2020 in an underground bunker, you have no reason to be unaware of the Covid-19 breakout. Covid-19 or in other words CoronaVirus, has taken over the world. Along with Coronavirus, there is another term that you might have heard about- Social Distancing. Social Distancing is now being strongly advised by medical experts as well as global leaders.
It is now considered as the primary weapon in order to curve the spread of Coronavirus. Many countries have already gone into lock-down.
Although Social Distancing might be a new term for many of us, it is not a new concept for many. Many professionals have been practicing

11 min read Antonio Villegas
Plugins | neliosoftware.com | 5 days ago

Some Numbers About The Official WordPress Plugin Directory

Analysis of data extracted from the official WordPress Plugin directory through its API and explanation of some interesting points regarding WordPress plugin development trends.

Some Numbers About The Official WordPress Plugin Directory

Plugins | neliosoftware.com | 5 days ago

The official WordPress plugin directory is one of the most important and popular sources for finding extensions for this content management system. There, you will find more than 50 thousand plugins available to do everything you can imagine with your website. WordPress plugin developers sometimes ask ourselves questions about what data we can get from the plugin directory. What trends are there currently? What is the next plugin to become popular? All this is very difficult to know with the naked eye.
A few days ago, I tried to analyze some data about the WordPress plugin directory. So I got down to work. This article that you are reading shows the most relevant things that I could get with the data that I have. I hope you find it interesting.
Extracting Data From The Official WordPress.org Plugin Directory
The first thing we need for an analysis is to have some data to analyze. Obviously, I could have used a bit of web scrapping of the WordPress.org plugin directory, but this is not necessary because we have an API.
It is true that it is not the most complete nor well documented API in the world, but it is something we can make use of. There is some data that the API does not provide,

Community | wpnewsify.com | 2 days ago

WordPress and The Page Builder Problem

As one of the most widely used website CMS platforms on the market today, WordPress has grown from the humble beginnings of two web developers to become the most dominant forces on the web. Given how versatile WordPress is, with swathes of plugins and extensions available for you to customize its functionality and the fact that it’s a free platform, it should come as no surprise to learn that it’s the CMS of choice for many independent bloggers and small to medium businesses.

WordPress and The Page Builder Problem

Community | wpnewsify.com | 2 days ago

As one of the most widely-used website CMS platforms on the market today, WordPress has grown from the humble beginnings of two web developers to become the most dominant forces on the web. Given how versatile WordPress is, with swathes of plugins and extensions available for you to customize its functionality and the fact that it’s a free platform, it should come as no surprise to learn that it’s the CMS of choice for many independent bloggers and small to medium businesses. Personally, I believe WordPress is the best CMS platform available, but one of the biggest issues I commonly face is having to work with a Page Builder plugin. So, in this blog, I’ll discuss why Page Builder plugins might seem like a good idea, but in the long run, they’re probably not.
What is a Page Builder?
With around 1.3 billion total active websites as of February 2020, there are an estimated 455,000,000 websites powered by WordPress, which equates to around 63% of all content management systems. Since WordPress is typically aimed at users that want to easily create a website of their own (whether for business or blogging), third party plugin companies realized that creating a fully-fledged

16 min read Adi Spiac
Tutorials | translatepress.com | 7 days ago

WordPress Localization: What It Is and How to Localize Your Website

Everything you need to know about localizing your site for foreign markets.

WordPress Localization: What It Is and How to Localize Your Website

Tutorials | translatepress.com | 7 days ago

What is WordPress localization, really? The term sounds mysterious enough. It’s no wonder that many WordPress website owners have a tough time understanding what WordPress localization is, and how to do it effectively. Is WordPress localization about making your site multilingual and translating it for overseas markets?
Is it about displaying a local language version of your site based on where the reader is from?
And, if you’re a developer, is it about preparing your theme or plugin for translation?
We’re going to answer all these questions in this guide to WordPress localization.
First things first:
What is WordPress localization?
In a nutshell:
Localization is the process of adapting a product (or content) to a specific locale, language, or local market.
This adaptation process usually involves translating the item in question to some local language.
Localization is also often referred to as “l10n” since there are ten letters between the letters “l” and “n” in “localization”.
Localization vs. internationalization
(Read if you’re a developer)
Now we’re getting into the fun stuff!
In everyday speech, localization

2 min read Webnus Studio
Plugins | webnus.net | 2 days ago

10 Best WordPress Event Calendar Plugins & Themes 2020

In this article, we are going to introduce 10 best WordPress event calendar plugins for creating and managing events on your website. This final version at your hands, is by far the most comprehensive article to learn, compare and choose the best WordPress event calendar plugins & themes for your website.

10 Best WordPress Event Calendar Plugins & Themes 2020

Plugins | webnus.net | 2 days ago

In this article, we are going to introduce 10 best WordPress event calendar plugins for creating and managing events on your website. This article was first written by Nannie Nova and then revised and improved multiple times by other professional bloggers.
This final version at your hands, is by far the most comprehensive article to learn, compare and choose the best WordPress event calendar plugins & themes for your website. The present article’s been written and prepared after a lot of precise research and explorations on WordPress event calendar topic and surely, if you want to choose the right event calendar plugin for your WordPress website, this article has all the information for that and you won’t be needing any other sources to come to a conclusion.
Also, If you have a WordPress website and you need to display, sell and manage your events on it, or maybe you need your users to register in your events, then you’ve come to the right place and this article helps you find the best calendar plugin right away.

5 min read WebDevStudios

Continuing Your WordPress Education from Home

Don't let the necessary cancellations of WordCamps and WordPress Meetups bring your WordPress education to a grinding halt. You can continue to expand your WordPress education while staying home. Here's how WebDevStudios does it.

Continuing Your WordPress Education from Home

Out of respect to the current health crisis, WordCamps across the globe are being canceled or postponed. However, your passion to continue your WordPress education doesn’t have to come to a grinding halt. There are still ways to beef up your knowledge while isolated at home. From day one, WebDevStudios (WDS) has operated successfully as a 100% distributed company. We know WordPress, and we know remote work. That also means we know where to find the best resources for an online WordPress education. Of course, WDS has always supported and been a part of WordCamps and WordPress Meetups, but when we can’t attend either, here are some ways we attain our WordPress education.
WordPress.tv
WordPress.tv is the go-to spot to watch WordCamp talks from all over the world! It’s a pretty amazing website with a vast amount of WordPress education on topics such as The History of WordPress, How to Troubleshoot Your WordPress Site, and Building Web Applications on WordPress.
YouTube
Not all WordCamp talks are submitted to WordPress.tv. You can always find more on YouTube.
With the cancelation of @WordCampLanc, I went back and found the previously unreleased recording of my WordCamp

6 min read WebDevStudios
Community | webdevstudios.com | 14 days ago

Staying Connected to the WordPress Community

Even though WordCamps and WordPress Meetups across the globe are being cancelled, there are still ways to stay connected with the WordPress community. Here are some ideas.

Staying Connected to the WordPress Community

Community | webdevstudios.com | 14 days ago

Even though people are refraining from gathering in groups right now, there are still lots of ways you can continue your WordPress education and get your WordPress community fix. Mr. Rogers is often quoted during hard times:
When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, ‘Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.’
This couldn’t be truer in the WordPress community, in general, and it’s increasingly evident as more and more people self-isolate. For example, as office employees are starting to work from home for the first time, remote workers are offering tips and support. By staying connected with the WordPress community, you can help lift spirits (including your own), reduce feelings of isolation, and find strength to help make it through this rough patch. Here are some ways you can do that.
Virtual WordCamps
Most WordCamps that were scheduled between now and June 1 have been cancelled or postponed. For many, WordCamps are the only time we get to connect with other WordPress community members in person all year. We look forward to them and all the excitement they bring.
It can be devastating watching

5 min read Weglot
Community | blog.weglot.com | 15 days ago

Working in a period of change

As the status of the COVID-19 virus continues to change on a day-by-day basis, and businesses start to adapt to a new way of working, we wanted to share a little about how we're working, virtual meetups and supporting the community

Working in a period of change

Community | blog.weglot.com | 15 days ago

As the status of the COVID-19 virus continues to change on a day-by-day basis, and businesses start to adapt to a new way of working, we wanted to share a little about things here at Weglot. Firstly, we hope you are all keeping safe. It’s certainly been a very humbling period of time for all of us around the world. Whilst we can’t change the situation, we can help by staying at home as much as possible to help our health systems as much as possible.
In terms of business, whilst for our team nothing changes and we’re lucky enough to be able to continue working remotely, we do understand and sympathize immensely with companies that cannot carry on and we can’t even begin to imagine the impact this pandemic will have on people all over the world.
In particular, how the virus will change the way many of our users do business and the communities we’ve enjoyed helping and watching grow over the last few years of working within our industry.
Something we wanted to do in the hope of supporting the situation where we can – is to offer temporary Weglot accounts to any website related to providing information about COVID-19. We feel it’s important to be

7 min read WebDevStudios
Development | webdevstudios.com | Feb. 20, 2020

How to Build Design Systems for WordPress

If you don't know what a design system is or how it can benefit your website, now's your chance to find out.

How to Build Design Systems for WordPress

Development | webdevstudios.com | Feb. 20, 2020

What is a design system? If you’ve never heard of a design system before, you’re not alone. For those of us not dabbling in graphic design or pursuing it as a career, you can think of it essentially as a design template for websites. A design system sets out the building blocks that a graphic designer will use to build websites with. In this article, we’ll cover the basics of a design system and touch on design systems specifically for WordPress.
A design system might be very generic blocks—i.e., wireframes, a group of font styles, some button styles, logo usage, the header and footer design, etc. Or, it may be very specific, such as the entire brand and style guidelines for a company from top to bottom.
History
As web development has matured, it became apparent that while print designers had Illustrator and InDesign, there really wasn’t a comparable tool with which to lay out a website, visually. Many designers used Photoshop, but that was very much like using a sledgehammer to hang a picture. Sure, it would probably work, but you’d most likely end up with a very large hole.
Then along came Sketch in late 2010. Sketch, a software built solely for

8 min read WebDevStudios
Community | webdevstudios.com | Feb. 18, 2020

How to Fix These 5 Common WordPress Errors

Yes, WordPress is a stable platform. But, you might still run across some errors. Here are five common ones and how to fix them.

How to Fix These 5 Common WordPress Errors

Community | webdevstudios.com | Feb. 18, 2020

Do these sound familiar? White screen of death. Locked out of the admin. 404 not found. 500 internal server error. I could go on and on, but these are some of the most common errors and issues you will encounter when dealing with a WordPress website. So, if you are close to pulling your hair out or hiding somewhere thinking and hoping that maybe tomorrow everything will be fixed, and all is going to be right in the world again, don’t worry. You are not alone. It is not the end. WordPress is a stable platform, but there is nothing out of the ordinary about encountering issues. Keep reading to learn how to fix common WordPress errors (without going bald). WordPress has a huge 35% share of the internet pie. More often than not, the issue you’re having has been documented somewhere with a fix added in for good measure.
Outlined below are five of the most common WordPress errors and issues and how to fix them in the easiest possible way. There will be minimal hand-holding here; you will need to figure out how to get to where you need to go to make changes.
Most of the fixes described below will require you to have some PHP knowledge, knowledge of the WordPress Admin, and an understanding

40 min read Matteo Duò
Community | kinsta.com | 7 days ago

The Most Common WordPress Errors and How to Fix Them

A long list of the most common WordPress errors to quickly fix and troubleshoot the issues your site is experiencing (continuously updated).

The Most Common WordPress Errors and How to Fix Them

Community | kinsta.com | 7 days ago

WordPress errors on your site are no joke. While some may cause only minor inconveniences, others can result in major problems. Downtime, failed updates and installations, and missing resources can prevent visitors from accessing or using your site. This hurts your credibility and potentially affects your income. It’d be almost impossible to know every potential WordPress error inside and out. However, understanding some of the most common WordPress issues users experience can help you prepare and troubleshoot WordPress problems when they pop up.
This post covers the most frequently-experienced WordPress errors. I’ve provided resources to help you clear up each of them, so you can get your website up and running again quickly.
Try a free demo
Let’s jump right in!
65+ of the Most Common WordPress Errors and How to Fix Them
In order to cover so many different issues in a single post, I’ve organized them roughly according to type. Below you’ll find a general description of the various components of your WordPress site and the problems they might experience, followed by the specific errors and their solutions.
Errors labeled with a number between 400 and 499

18 min read Brandon Ernst
Development | freemius.com | 13 days ago

ThemeForest vs. WordPress.org Theme Review Process

Rejection from the Theme Review Process doesn’t feel good nor does it help your business! Make sure your theme gets approved with this side-by-side comparison of the processes on ThemeForest and WordPress.org.

ThemeForest vs. WordPress.org Theme Review Process

Development | freemius.com | 13 days ago

Submitting your WordPress theme for review can be a tedious process. I’ve personally spoken with many theme developers who have been rejected from both ThemeForest and WordPress.org for reasons they did not expect, requiring them to spend 2X or 3X the amount of time developing and releasing their product. These rejections have led me to wonder: What exactly are the different review processes like? How do they impact theme businesses in terms of development and marketing? To get the answers to these questions, we should understand why themes get reviewed in the first place.
Avoiding Rejection
Why are WordPress Themes Reviewed?
There’s a pretty simple reason that ThemeForest and WordPress.org both review themes, and that’s to ensure quality. Quality applies at many different levels – coding structure, security, user experience, bugs, compatibility issues, design, and much more.
This is what Envato says about their WordPress Theme Requirements on ThemeForest:
“These requirements are designed to maintain a minimum standard of quality in WordPress themes distributed via Envato. Some exceptions may be allowed at the reviewer’s discretion.”
Envato’s

12 min read WebDevStudios
Tutorials | webdevstudios.com | Mar. 5, 2020

Speed Up Your Development with Visual Studio Code

Discover Visual Studio Code (VS Code) extensions and keyboard shortcuts you hadn't heard about before.

Speed Up Your Development with Visual Studio Code

Tutorials | webdevstudios.com | Mar. 5, 2020

Visual Studio (VS) Code was released on April 29, 2015 by Microsoft. In a very short time, it has taken the coding world by storm. As of 2020, nearly 51% of developers claim to use it as their primary development environment. This, in itself, is shocking. When it first came out, nobody expected a tool made by Microsoft to become so dominant. After all, Sublime Text and Atom (made by GitHub) were incredibly popular and had a large user base; Microsoft had a large hill to climb.
Microsoft did lots right when developing VS Code, but there are a few (okay, five) specific things that sick out (to me) that make it universally appealing. First and perhaps foremost, they integrate extensions as a primary function of the IDE.
This focus is obvious. It has a button in the activity bar! Extensions are popular in Atom and Brackets, as well (both very similar IDEs built on Electron), but neither have made extensions so accessible and simple. This means that if, for some reason, you want your editor to work differently, there’s probably an extension for that. If there isn’t one, you can code one yourself using their thorough documentation and API.
Secondly, Visual Studio Code is fast.

1 min read WebDevStudios
Tutorials | maintainn.com | 14 days ago

WordPress 5.4 Changes and You - WordPress Support Services by Maintainn

Learn about the changes coming with WordPress 5.4 and how they will affect you.

WordPress 5.4 Changes and You - WordPress Support Services by Maintainn

Tutorials | maintainn.com | 14 days ago

Founded in 2012, Maintainn is owned and operated by WebDevStudios. Our mission at Maintainn is simple – to ensure your success! Maintainn takes the burden of maintaining your website off your hands by providing you with safe and reliable WordPress maintenance and support. Partner with us so you never have to worry about your website again.

1 min read WebDevStudios
Security | maintainn.com | Mar. 3, 2020

Securing Your WordPress Website - WordPress Support Services by Maintainn

Beyond maintenance, what else could you be doing to secure your WordPress website? Read this blog post to learn more.

Securing Your WordPress Website - WordPress Support Services by Maintainn

Security | maintainn.com | Mar. 3, 2020

Founded in 2012, Maintainn is owned and operated by WebDevStudios. Our mission at Maintainn is simple – to ensure your success! Maintainn takes the burden of maintaining your website off your hands by providing you with safe and reliable WordPress maintenance and support. Partner with us so you never have to worry about your website again.