Web Security is Tough, Getting Started is Easy

October is Cyber Security Awareness Month, and now is a great time to talk about site security and the pitfalls that can often lead to hacking. WordPress is unquestionably one of biggest names amongst website builders, powering an astonishing 32 percent of websites on the net. However, having over 400 million people viewing more than 20 billion pages each month means WordPress is a massive target for hackers. With all[…]

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Continuous Deployment of Multiple Repos to WP Engine Using Codeship

Continuous Deployment to WP Engine with Codeship

At Linchpin we’ve been utilizing an automated/continuous deployment strategy for quite a while now. After some trial and a lot of errors, we came up with a solution that others may find useful if they use WP Engine as their managed hosting provider. It may seem like a lot of steps, but once you understand the systems at play, you’ll realize that the setup is not all that difficult and[…]

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Mesh – Page Builder – 1.2.3 Released

A New Release for Linchpin's Page Builder Plugin, Mesh

Mesh Ver. 1.2.3 This release of Mesh Page Builder fixes 2 small issues. Release Notes Fixed an issue with FireFox throwing a javascript error in the console. Fixed templates not equalizing properly. You can always download Mesh on https://wordpress.org/plugins/mesh/ or if you want you can checkout the project and get involved on https://github.com/linchpin/mesh/

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Web Fonts: When You Need Them, When You Don’t

Some of the most widely used interfaces have implemented system-based fonts throughout their interface. As designers, should we reconsider using web-based fonts in favor of the standard selection our system provides? Check out this infographic to help determine which approach is right for your next project.

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