Gutenberg for Enterprise Businesses

Gutenberg for Enterprise Businesses

  Since the release of WordPress 5.0, along with the new editor Gutenberg, website owners have been scrambling to decide whether this major shift in the WordPress landscape is welcome or not. In fact, despite hoping to solve editing issues within the Classic Editor,...
Using docker with WordPress

Using docker with WordPress

If you’re a web developer, you probably know the importance of having a local installation of yours and your clients’ sites available on your machine. After all, a local installation allows you to easily make changes, tweak the design, and test plugins or themes...
6 Post-Holiday eCommerce Tips to Keep Sales High

6 Post-Holiday eCommerce Tips to Keep Sales High

So, the holidays have passed and now it’s January. Has your eCommerce site seen better days? If so, you’re not alone. According to many eCommerce shop owners, tis the “not so wonderful time of the year.” After all, January is known for being the post-holiday month...
Enterprise WordPress: Security and Best Practices

Enterprise WordPress: Security and Best Practices

In the previous article, we discussed becoming familiar with Amazon Web Services (AWS), and the pitfalls that may occur while using AWS. The areas that were examined closely were:  billing pitfalls, autoscale pitfalls, common engineering mistakes and security issues....