#wpdrama or Conference Planning 101

By Matt Graham / October 3, 2017 / Comments Off on #wpdrama or Conference Planning 101

Another WordCamp has come and gone. I’ve been going to WordCamp Toronto since the beginning—2007—and I’ve seen some of the best planned and best speakers I’ve seen this side of a $1000 conference; some even better. For the last year I’ve actually taken the plunge into speaking at some of the WordCamps in the Southern…

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Using Yoast or Breadcrumb NavXT in Page Builders

By Matt Graham / June 21, 2017 /

I’m a huge fan of Beaver Builder, not so much a fan of Divi Builder; sometimes, when you’re building out pages in one of those (or others) you use a template that doesn’t have standard headers or footers. Though it’s not as in style as it used to be, some clients/UX designers still like having…

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The Auto Industry is a Fraud

By Matt Graham / January 27, 2017 / Comments Off on The Auto Industry is a Fraud

Click bait, n’est pas? So as many of my Facebook friends know, I’ve been trying to sell my Buick Encore for a little over 3 months now. I have it on LeaseBusters (which in my opinion is a giant rip off, more on that later) and So far, I’ve gotten a total of 6…

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Creating a plugin for WooCommerce

By Matt Graham / January 18, 2017 / Comments Off on Creating a plugin for WooCommerce

I was looking around wanting to find info on creating a plugin that leverages WooCommerce, and found their guide on their docs site. However, it didn’t go according to plan because their docs are a bit outdated, probably due to the fact they aren’t accepting submission to their own repo anymore. So without further adieu,…

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WordPress as an Application Framework

By Matt Graham / June 24, 2016 / Comments Off on WordPress as an Application Framework

Photo by Samuel Zeller on Unsplash

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