A few year ago, I wrote a post on Magento and WordPress go together like Chocolate and Peanut Butter and it’s been one of my top posts. So, I thought I’d write again about the two great platforms and how I approach them as the previous post is a little out-dated. I still love Chocolate and Peanut Butter 🙂 but my…Read Article
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Love them or hate them, WordPress shortcodes are very popular, especially with premium WordPress themes. If you’ve ever changed themes you may have run into the issue of a shortcode no longer working. This should help you fix and or better prepare next time you update your website. What is a shortcode? A shortcode is a WordPress-specific code that lets you do…Read Article
Update: This is no longer a supported or suggested route for supporting retina images We recently released a plugin in the WordPress plugin repository to make it very easy to support retina images on your WordPress powered website. We based the plugin off of Shaun Inman’s .htaccess Mod Rewrites. There are several other plugins and ideas out there that have…Read Article
WordCamp Columbus will be held June 17th and 18th at The Columbus State Conference Center. The point of WordCamps is to celebrate this open tool by teaching people how to use WordPress, how to bend it to their will, and even how to leverage it as a business- and to do it all for about the price of lunch. You…Read Article
I can’t deny my love for chocolate and peanut butter together. They are a perfect match. Similarly, WordPress and Magento have been a go to tandem for ecommerce websites that we design and build. There are several ways to get the two applications to talk to each other. I’ll go over a way to integrate both Magento into WordPress and…Read Article