Get out your credit card(s) because it’s that time of the year again. That beautiful, once-a-year time when generous WordPress developers bless us with an abundance of coupons and discounts for our favorite themes and
So you want to start a travel blog? Congrats! That’s awesome. I’ve been known to dabble in travel blogging and it’s a nice change from writing more technical articles like this one. But if you
When it comes to adding scripts to WordPress, most people recommend that you use a plugin like Code Snippets or your own custom plugin (or, if you’re wild and crazy, you can stick them right
If you need to make changes to the live version of your WordPress site, you probably don’t want your visitors walking in on you at an awkward moment. That’s what maintenance mode is for. It
This week, one of our favorite page builders – Elementor – got a facelift with new inline text editing functionality. There was more rebranding as well – popular WordPress host, Kinsta, completely redesigned their site
When Google came out with its Accelerated Mobile Pages framework, the idea had everything in it to attract blog and website owners to jump on to the bandwagon in no time. AMP helped bloggers and
If you’ve read my Elementor review here at WPLift (or one of the many other Elementor reviews out there), you know that one of the few criticisms I, and others, had for Elementor was its
One of the great things about open source software is that it’s “open” for other developers to tap into and extend. That openness is part of why we have 60,000+ WordPress plugins to choose from.