Category: WordPress

  • WordPress & AI

    This is a post I’ve been wanting to write for quite a while now. WordPress, your favorite CMS tool and Artificial Intelligence, or AI for short. It is by far the most impressive new tool we have available on the web now in my opinion. What you can do with AI nowadays is mindblowing. Where […]

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  • WordCamp Soltau Recap

    Last weekend Taco, Karin and I from team Yoast attended a new kind of WordCamp. A WordCamp Retreat. Located in the North of Germany we experienced a very relaxed WordCamp with some interesting differences from your regular WordCamps. I’ve written a full recap for WP Tavern which was published this morning, and this is one […]

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  • On Theme Onboarding in WordPress

    One of the actions that raise a lot of questions over for clients over at WP ServicePoint is the moment when a client decides to switch to a new design, a new theme. It’s one of those actions that is surprisingly poor handled by the vast majority of the themes out there. A few of […]

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  • Demo Screencast Preparation Steps

    I love discovering new cool WordPress plugins/solutions and I love it even more if the developer has taken the effort to create a demo video of the plugin in action. However: So, let’s address that. What is my opinion about that? I think it comes across unprofessional and sloppy. There, I said it. Now, it’s very easy […]

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  • Help! WordPress Won’t Do Automatic Updates!

    As you may have seen WordPress 3.7 just got released and with it automatic updates. Now, in some cases, people may discover that their particular sites can’t update automagically. In my findings in the sites, we manage for clients the most common reason is that you have had to update WordPress previously by entering your […]

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  • WordCamp Europe: For The Greater Good

    Back in 2008 when I started to take over and clean up the mess that was the admin side of things of the Dutch WordPress releases, forums and translations, I got to know this one fellow who was helping me out a great deal. Zé and I got to talking —more like slow chatting via […]

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  • How to build a (better) WordPress Community

    Yesterday I did my (first) Romanian / Transylvanian WordCamp presentation here in beautiful Cluj-Napoca about how to build a (better) WordPress Community. If you’ve got any questions regarding the slides,don’t hesitate to ask me down below.

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  • Looking forward to WordCamp Transylvania

    I’m very much looking forward to WordCamp Transylvania-where I’ll be speaking-this weekend. This will be my first visit to Romania and I’m especially looking forward to roaming where once count Vlad roamed. Also very much looking forward in meeting my WordPress buddies again. Should be fun 😉

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