With the recent data breach scandals (link one, link two) still fresh in our memory and the introduction of the GDPR, we may conclude that 2018 is the year of privacy awareness. As from today I will be maintaining a list wit privacy respecting/enhancing resources. You can find the list here.
As most WordPress developers already know, Gutenberg is coming to WordPress very soon. I must admit that I've seen Gutenberg getting better over time and reckon it has a lot of potential. Especially for new to be launched websites. To set the tone I re-launched biancavandepoel.com just last week with a new Gutenberg
Last edited: 25-06-2018 Random observations on how people react to the Facebook data breach and apply cognitive dissonance to calm themselves. Last month it became known to the public that Facebook suffered a major data breach. A lot of people including myself were shocked. It's not a secret that
In this day where we spend more time online than ever.E-commerce is booming, people are blogging and vlogging about their lives and WordPress is the most dominant open source CMS. Whether it's for blogging, e-commerce or you name it, WordPres always has a solid solution out there. Not surprisingly I use it on many of
Last edited in march 2019 On a few occasions in the past some people asked me why there isn't that much personal information about me on the internet. No resume, no up close and personal stuff, no Facebook account, a rather poor Linkedin profile, no.... you name it. People might be wondering, do I have a secret
Whether I choose a paid or a free theme depends on the project. Either way the theme has to meet to my own quality standards. Standards are always subjective to some level so I will share mine here so it may help you pick a theme for a future project. WordPress.org The best place to look for free themes is in the