Today we released an update to our Responsive Page Tester for WordPress. Sadly, this update will be the last that we make to this plugin. When we initially launched the plugin on March 5, 2013, we were trying to create a way to preview a site in multiple orientations right within WordPress. It worked great, and was a plugin that we installed on every client’s website to aid them in creating great content on screens of all sizes.
Security is always an important factor with any online solution. One way to strengthen security is to use two-factor authentication (2FA). We are super excited that our Hosting Partner WP Engine has enabled Two-Factor authentication within their User Portal.
Can you believe it’s already been 5 years since WordCamp first came to Rhode Island? Thanks to the support and participation from our local community and the WordPress community, each successive year has gotten bigger and better, and we hope for the same in 2016.
And we’re back! For those of our clients who are utilizing Vimeo it appears they are having some issues with their front end player. http://www.vimeostatus.com/ Source: Status
We had a great turnout last night at the monthly WordPress RI Meetup! By keeping it casual, I led a roundtable discussion about e-commerce, covering everything from various popular platforms to how to best engage current and new customers for optimal sales.
As Jetpack celebrates it’s 5th birthday today, Aaron from our team shared some insights into some his favorite features of Jetpack and why we use the popular plugin on all of our sites.
As a graphic designer at heart, I used to get frustrated with the unpredictable nature of web design. It’s taken me awhile to accept the flexibility of the web, and know that what is designed isn’t always exactly what the end user will see.