I used to watch a lot of cartoons in my childhood. If this was your favorite activity around the year 2000, you might remember the show called The Kids from Room 402. There’s an episode where Polly teaches a class on fire safety at school. She has a story about her aunt who was adding […]
If anybody here knows me (personally or virtually) then there’s no point in reminding that I’m in the customer support business. I always liked to help others and this is what drives me to do my job every day. It might sound a bit cheesy but well, this is it, there’s nothing to hide. Also, […]
As you may know, Local by Flywheel is a very useful tool for the ones that want to create WordPress websites on their local computers (at least, this is its first purpose). The idea for this article appeared when I got stuck with the same problem for the second time while trying to remove this […]
Every now and then I have some period of times when I feel an urge of giving back to the community and keep an eye on the public forums of wordpress.org. The good part is that this synchronizes with the moments when I’m not that busy with my day-to-day job. This time I found a […]
I spend the last two days playing with Starter Content option that was introduced in WordPress 4.7. I’ve heard about this a long time ago but I never took the time to step back and give it a try. Since I’m working on a new theme for WordPress.org, I was thinking that it’s time to […]
Attend a WordCamp (or at least a local meetup), I can assure that you won’t regret it. In fact, you will thank me later.
Pixelgrade’s first Hackathon was quite a strike from many points of view. I’m happy I had this experience with the team I’m working next on a daily basis. In this article, I want to share with you my thoughts on how things worked out from my perspective. The place Which could be the best and […]
Tip: You may wanna think twice before buying a printer that’s not already assembled. Time is money and assembling a 3D printer costs a lot