0 Use Gmail SMTP Servers for Sending Emails from WordPress After quite a bit of back and forth between sendmail, postfix, and exim, I’ve settled on using msmtp for sending emails from my servers/droplets at DigitalOcean (affiliate link). MSMTP is very lightweight and has the ability to send emails via an existing SMTP server, like […]

2+ WooCommerce & Schema.org Is Awesome Adding schema.org markup to a well coded WordPress theme is relatively straight forward and doesn’t take very long to get setup. I covered how to add schema.org markup to your WordPress theme in a previous post, but I recently needed to apply schema.org markup to an e-commerce site using […]

0 I finally have one! I’ve known for a long time that I need some type of portfolio, especially since I’m doing freelance web development full-time now. A potential client wanted to see my portfolio. I explained that I didn’t have one for various reasons, and instead described to him some of the more interesting […]

0 Features a visual drag & drop page builder that will let your users create countless pages at a drop of a dime Got an email from Olga at ThemeFuse yesterday announcing the release of their new drag & drop WordPress framework named Unyson. Unyson comes with many built-in extensions, and the documentation seems to […]

0 I’ve been using qunb for quite a while. They generate what they call datastories for your sites using Google Analytics data. The datastories include data like number of visitors, top countries, and most viewed pages. They do a really nice job of presenting your analytics data in a more human readable fashion, a good […]