How to Fix WordPress Search Not Working (5 Common Errors)

Are you trying to fix issues with WordPress search not working on your website? While WordPress comes with basic search feature, it has some common errors and limitations that can keep your visitors from finding what they’re looking for. In this post, we’ll show you how to fix problems with WordPress search not working. Why… Continue reading How to Fix WordPress Search Not Working (5 Common Errors)

WordPress Podcast and Video Picks for the Week of May 8

Jane Genova on overcoming ageism. Courtney Robertson on Learn #WordPress. 10 lesser-known browser APIs. PHP encryption. Free FSE theme. My Podcast Picks Freelancing After 50: Jane Genova on dealing with marketplace age bias and her “reset” — shifting her services and mindset to fit prevailing marketing forces.  WP Tavern Jukebox: Courtney Robertson discusses how the… Continue reading WordPress Podcast and Video Picks for the Week of May 8

Post Status Notes #498

Are we up or down? What should happen when a license expires? Is the block protocol worth it? Driesnote 2022. WP Engine expands. Becoming a better writer. Best backup solutions. Define your role. Reaktiv wins a spot in Inc’s Best Workplaces. Open Source JobHub. Our passwordless future. Joost de Valk‘s latest WordPress market share analysis… Continue reading Post Status Notes #498

Business Member Spotlight: Cloudways

TL;DR: Robert Jacobi and Cloudways are major WordPress community supporters and always fun to talk with. I always enjoy time spent talking to Robert Jacobi, and this interview was no different. His unique style, dedication to the WordPress community, and the work we do together at Big Orange Heart always gives us plenty of conversation… Continue reading Business Member Spotlight: Cloudways

Post Status Comments (No. 9) — The State of WordPress Market Share

“In order for WordPress to win, the rest of the competition doesn’t have to lose.” — David Bisset How should the WordPress community react to the first recorded dip in market share? Is a small decline something to be concerned about or more of an opportunity to examine what defines WordPress as a successful platform?… Continue reading Post Status Comments (No. 9) — The State of WordPress Market Share

Confessions of an Event Organizer (or how to be a good organizer, speaker, and attendee)

I’ve organized a lot of events in my lifetime. From small webinars to WordCamp US. (And an occasional child’s birthday party back in the day.) There are some truths we hold to be self-evident when organizing events — that is, they’re self-evident to the organizers, but not necessarily to volunteers, speakers and attendees. For that… Continue reading Confessions of an Event Organizer (or how to be a good organizer, speaker, and attendee)

Post Status Upgrade — Zen and the Art of Lockpicking

Learn new skills and build your knowledge to enhance your career in WordPress! Post Status Upgrade is an ongoing series of live workshops centered around a particular skill or learning activity. Watch Robert Rowley explain the basics of lock picking in this live, hands-on workshop for Post Status members that took place on May 5th,… Continue reading Post Status Upgrade — Zen and the Art of Lockpicking

WordSesh 2022 Kicks Off Monday, May 16, Featuring a World-Class Speaker Lineup and Hands-On Workshops

WordSesh 2022, the live, virtual conference for WordPress professionals, is right around the corner. The event runs from May 16–20, 2022. While previous WordSesh events have always been high quality, this particular edition is jam-packed with a diverse selection of industry experts – many who have been building high impact projects with WordPress for years.… Continue reading WordSesh 2022 Kicks Off Monday, May 16, Featuring a World-Class Speaker Lineup and Hands-On Workshops