- Moving On from Genesis to Kadenceby Cap Web Solutions (Cap Web Solutions) on 08/31/2023 at 7:44 pm
It’s been a good run. I’ve been building websites using the Genesis Framework since 2014. The base framework is performant, SEO friendly, and well supported by its developer. However, Genesis was acquired by WP Engine in June 2018 and since then, the development and update cycle has decreased more and more. The last update to The post Moving On from Genesis to Kadence originally appeared on Cap Web Solutions.
- Cha Cha Changes Are Afootby Cap Web Solutions (Cap Web Solutions) on 08/25/2023 at 2:00 pm
Hey there, digital trailblazers! I’m coming at you with some exhilarating news that’s bound to get your creative juices flowing. 🎉 If you’re familiar with Cap Web Solutions website care and support, you know I’m all about making your digital dreams come true. And guess what? We’re taking things up a notch with a move The post Cha Cha Changes Are Afoot originally appeared on Cap Web Solutions.
- Block Editor Patterns: What and Howby Matt (PACS WordPress SIG) on 06/21/2023 at 11:52 pm
Let’s have a closer look at using Block Patterns. Block Patterns might just become one of your favorite tools within WordPress.
- What is WordPress “core”?by Cap Web Solutions (Cap Web Solutions) on 05/01/2023 at 11:56 am
WordPress is a popular content management system (CMS) that powers millions of websites around the world. But what exactly is WordPress Core, and why is it so important? WordPress Core is the underlying software that runs WordPress. It includes the code, libraries, and files that are required to make WordPress work. This software is open-source, The post What is WordPress “core”? originally appeared on Cap Web Solutions.
- Why You Need a Cookie Consent Policy on Your Websiteby Cap Web Solutions (Cap Web Solutions) on 04/25/2023 at 11:36 am
- How To Add an RSS Feed Reader to your WordPress Websiteby Matt (PACS WordPress SIG) on 03/08/2023 at 11:35 pm
What is RSS? RSS is a type of web feed that allows users and applications to receive regular updates from a website or blog of their choice.