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The New Google PageSpeed Insights: A Perfect 100 Is Now Super Easy

Google PageSpeed Insights just got an update and scoring a perfect 100 is way easier. This is excellent news for agencies and freelancers with site management packages. Trying to explain Google’s flawed scoring system to clients who see their PageSpeed score as a pass-fail system has always been tricky. “Why are you okay with a […] https://premium.wpmudev.org/blog/

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How to Use Gmail to Send WordPress Emails

By default, WordPress uses the mail function in PHP, which is sufficient for the few emails that a new or small WordPress site needs to send. When your email volume increases, you’ll start to notice email delivery issues. You’ll need to switch over to a third party provider such as Gmail at this point. In […] https://premium.wpmudev.org/blog/

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How To Stand Out From The Crowd Using Paper.js With WordPress

Do you want to draw, paint and animate your WordPress page to create something unique and legitimately cool? Haven’t you always secretly wanted jellyfish swimming on your site, for example? Who hasn’t! Well – today is your lucky day because we’re going to be covering Paper.js, the brilliant javascript library which makes sites like patatap and […] https://premium.wpmudev.org/blog/

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How to Create Client PDF Reports with WordPress Google Analytics

Depending on whom you ask, you may hear that Google Analytics is either too overwhelming or doesn’t provide enough insight to actually be useful. Finding the elusive Goldilocks zone in WordPress Google Analytics and then delivering that data to your WordPress clients becomes a whole lot easier once you start using Google Analytics Dashboards. Now […] https://premium.wpmudev.org/blog/

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Hack Your Way To Great Design: Basic Design Principles for WordPress Developers

If men are from Mars and women from Venus, designers and developers are definitively from different planets! It’s true! Many developers struggle when it comes to design and vice versa. If you’re a developer who wants to improve your design skills, read on! Basic Design Principles and Elements Before riding a bike, one must first […] https://premium.wpmudev.org/blog/

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WordCamp Manchester: My First Lighting Talk

This weekend just gone was WordCamp Manchester over here in the UK (yes, the real Manchester for our American following). I gave my first ever kind of talk and in truth, post talk I felt like maybe I was a bumbling idiot in front of people. We’re our own worse critic, right? So, I want to […] https://premium.wpmudev.org/blog/

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How To Build Custom Forminator Add-ons Using The Developer API

Forminator is an undercover superhero. On the surface, Forminator appears to be an unassuming form plugin, but if you take the time to look through the Forminator API, you’ll see that beneath those hipster glasses and vest, there is a beast waiting to be unleashed. Unlike other form plugins, Forminator’s API is not blocked off […] https://premium.wpmudev.org/blog/

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