For the first time in recent years, there are some questions about the future of WordPress. In June of 2022 there was a decline in the percentage of websites that were powered by WordPress. Is this the end of WordPress’ dominance of the website market? Should we abandon the platform for greener pastures? Probably not.…Continue Reading →
WordPress has experienced a wide range of updates and enhancements over the years. At the same time, the WordPress community continues to grow, bringing more and more hobbyists and professionals alike into the world of web and application development. However, it’s hard to recall a year quite as pivotal as 2018. Let’s take a look…Continue Reading →
A WordCamp is a one to two day (possibly more) conference that focuses on presentations about and around the use of WordPress. We’re proud to say that Pixel Jar set up the first WordCamp Orange County. And that we’ve been members of the organizing team every year since. While we’re not an official source of…Continue Reading →
In November of 2017, we attended the very first WordCamp Riverside. At the camp we had the opportunity to see Mikel Bruce’s talk on attracting and closing good deals. It was a great talk full of valuable ideas. One of which was a lead service called Clutch. We were happy to support the Riverside WordPress…Continue Reading →
This year WordCamp U.S. was held in Nashville, Tennessee. The event happened at the Music City Center, an enormous conference center that dominates the center of downtown Nashville. As the second destination for the traveling WordCamp, Nashville was an amazing choice. Some of the Sites in Nashville Nashville is all about two things: music and…Continue Reading →
June 10th and 11th were the dates for WordCamp Orange County 2017. It also marked the 8th year that Pixel Jar has been involved with the event. We are proud to have started in 2010. Robert Nienhuis from Nien Studios joined with us in 2011 and has been a part of it ever since. While…Continue Reading →
WordCamp San Diego 2017 was on March 25th and 26th. This year WCSD returned to a previous venue at the Thomas Jefferson School of Law in the heart of downtown San Diego. The camp was beautifully run and the return to the venue was a great move. The whole Pixel Jar team was able to…Continue Reading →
For those of you who don’t know, LoopConf is a WordCamp-like conference aimed at WordPress developers. I was invited to speak at the inaugural LoopConf in 2015 in Las Vegas where I spoke about reusing small chunks of code to make your code easier to maintain. Though I didn’t speak this year, I found so…Continue Reading →
One thing you’ll notice right away if you look around this website or review our portfolio, we love WordPress. We build every new project with WordPress as the engine. We’ve been using it since version 1.5 and have watched and helped it evolve into the CMS platform we know today. What keeps us coming back…Continue Reading →
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