Mark and Keith are joined by expert WordPress developer Bill Erickson to discuss how to work with Gutenberg when building custom, modern WordPress themes.
We are joined by Ben Furfie and Michelle Barker to talk about a new hot topic in the CSS world – Tailwind.
In episode 6 we were joined by Alex Denning of Ellipsis Marketing and Katie Keith of Barn2 Plugins to discuss strategies and tactics for marketing your WordPress products and services.
In episode 5 of the WP Café show we chatted to Tom Hirst and Jack McConnell all about pricing WordPress products and services.
In episode 4 we were kindly joined by Ross Wintle and Steve Jones to chat about what WordPress developers can learn from the Laravel community and ecosystem.
In episode three of WP Café, we’re joined by John James Jacoby and Elliot Condon (ACF) for a chat about how to deal with complex data structures in WordPress.
Do you work with WordPress multisite? How do you set up your development environment? Do you use sub-modules with Git? What about deployment? What about staging and test servers?
Multisite brings an extra twist to all of these challenges.
In episode 2 of WP Café we spoke to JJ Jay and Jonny Albut about WordPress multisite.
In the very first episode of WP Café we chatted to Diane Wallace, Ben Gillbanks and Michael Bragg all about their experiences, tips and tricks of development websites and themes with the WordPress block editor called Gutenberg.