Crazy Black Friday and Cyber Monday is at our door, and keeping up with the post published last year, I'm sharing a few WordPress Black Friday & Cyber Monday deals here on EngageWP. Year after, it seems like more and more WordPress companies jump in the fray to offer some pretty amazing deals
I am very pleased to announce that my small team and I are the new owners of EngageWP.com. Over the years, Ren has created an incredible resource for WordPress developers and WordPress site owners. I've been reading the WordPress tutorials he's written on the site, and my only hope is that we can
I started EngageWP in March 2014, and have had a great time building it into what it is today, over two years later. Over those two years, I've established a solid stream of traffic, built a nicely sized email list, and generated a good amount of client work from the content I've written. My main
After close to two months of development, I'm excited to finally release Summation, my new child theme for the Genesis Framework. Things You'll Like About Summation I named this child theme Summation because it is a collection of a lot of the things I like in a child theme, plus some. It has a
Hey, everyone! I'm excited to have some downtime for the next few weeks and I hope to release some new stuff by then. I can't believe it's been four months since I last put together a post. If you're wondering why I haven't created anything new, here's the story: Back in August, I began law school.
WooCommerce Add to Cart Custom Redirect creates a WooCommerce product data field under the General Product Data tab of a product's edit page. As a WooCommerce admin, you can insert a URL into the field and when that product is added to the cart by your customers, they will be redirected to the URL.
Modern Blog for Genesis I'm excited to release my new child theme, Modern Blog, for the Genesis Framework. It has a modern, clean design ideal for WordPress blogs and it includes responsive video embeds, support for popular WordPress plugins, and more. Download Modern Blog for Free!
Plugin to Disable Gravity Forms Fields This very simple plugin allows Gravity Forms users to disable ("grey out" or make "read only") form fields by adding a CSS class name of "disabled" to the field under the Advanced tab or set a field to the readonly attribute with a class of