When my WordPress plugin had only three users, it didn’t matter much if I broke it. By the time I reached 100,000 downloads, every new update made my palms sweat.
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Writing Unit Tests For WordPress Plugins
Content, content, content. It’s an obvious part of any interactive experience. In fact, you’ve probably heard content is king, or queen, or some sort of royalty. Yet, content is elusive. Often, you don’t realize your content isn’t cutting it until it’s too late. Does any of this sound familiar?
Delayed projects. Broken designs. Uneven voice. Low-performing landing pages. Dead social media channels. Customer confusion and service calls. These problems and more are documented extensively, so I won’t dwell on them.
Make Your Content Make a Difference
A few years ago, you might not have pointed out during a meeting with a potential client that you maintained a blog. Over time, though, blogs have evolved from the being a personal hobby to a serious work tool. In fact, today, web designers are supposed to know much more than just how to design and build websites. Customer’s expectations have increased, and unless you are in position to choose your favourite clients, meeting these expectations requires hard work.
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Blogging For Web Designers: Editorial Calendars And Style Guides