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WordPress 6.1 Details and Highlights

WordPress 6.1 Details and Highlights

The future of WordPress is upon us with the release of WordPress 6.1. One part of the second phase of improvements to the Block Editor system formerly known as Gutenberg. This latest release focuses on enhancements to Full Site Editing (FSE) as well as other block-based patterns on the platform. Disrupting the web development world…

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should i invest in a headless wordpress site?

Should I Invest in a Headless WordPress Site?

Headless CMS websites are having their day in the sun. There has been a steady rise in interest over the years, with 68% more interest in 2022 alone compared to the year before.  This means more business owners are turning to a headless CMS (often WordPress) as the best solution for them. And at Pixel…

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What is Headless WordPress?

What is Headless WordPress?

When we talk about a “monolithic CMS,” we’re referring to the platforms that most of us are familiar with. There is a frontend and a backend, with the edits you make on the backend visible for the user on the frontend.  This is how the majority of small or mid-sized businesses operate, using a traditional,…

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membership migration for the PMA website

Membership Migration for the PMA

Migrating memberships is one of the most frequent requests we get for organizations with members. Often, a team is handling membership in one way, sometimes with a spreadsheet or a CRM service, and is ready for some more sophisticated tools. Or, a previous website solution isn’t providing the needed features and it’s time to expand.…

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eye indicating accessibility over title accessibility in 2021

Accessibility in 2021

What’s going on with accessibility in 2021? A lot. Last year’s unexpected worldwide pandemic has dramatically invigorated online growth. Along with the proliferation of new sites is a need to make sure the widest audience possible can make use of them. This need is motivated by legal requirements, from a desire to maximize profit, or…

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Flexbox - Modern CSS part 1

Flexbox – Modern CSS Part 1

About this Series In this series, we will explore one component of modern web development with CSS using practical examples as they might relate to a typical WordPress website. We will focus on these techniques in practice and provide resources to really level up your understanding of the topic. This first post focuses on flexbox.…

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menu usability with CSS

Improving Menu Usability with CSS

Menus are a fundamental component of a website. Users expect to be able to use a menu to navigate through your website. Menus come in many different shapes and sizes, but most follow similar patterns. There are several CSS features that can improve menu usability. Take the following menu: This is a pretty standard pattern…

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introduction to beaver builder rows

An Introduction to Beaver Builder Rows

It is not atypical for sites that we work on to be utilizing a page builder of some kind. Our favorite page builder tool is Beaver Builder. The most useful structure for Beaver builder elements is the row. You’ll notice that when you start editing with the Beaver Builder page editor that you’re presented with…

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open source options

Open Source Options for Your Website

Here, we’ll explore open source software, how it differs from closed source software, and how to choose the best option to suit your unique business website objectives. While most business owners and decision makers don’t get into the nuances of computer coding themselves, it’s important to understand the types of software that are available and…

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