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3 Ways to Improve PageSpeed by Moving jQuery to the Footer of a WordPress site.

Here’s how to improve your site’s rating on Google’s PageSpeed by moving render-blocking jQuery to the footer. If you’ve ever tried to improve a site’s performance on Google’s PageSpeed, you’ve probably seen that one of the “Opportunities” is to “Eliminate render-blocking resources”. These resources are typically CSS and JavaScript files. Usually, it’s not easy to […]

Using Gutenberg and/or the Classic Editor

It’s common knowledge that WordPress’s new editor, codenamed Gutenberg, will shake up the landscape for many, many websites that use the awesome platform. For some of us it’s a welcomed step for WP, however, for others, it is not. Yet. For Web agencies and freelance developers this is just a hurdle (albeit a potentially big […]

Getting your plugins ready for Gutenberg

Is your site, its plugins, custom post types, custom meta and your content ready for Gutenberg? Remember the release date: 5th 6th 7th December 2018. TL;DR Until you’ve tested everything, a short-term fix could be to turn off the Gutenberg experience: add_filter(‘use_block_editor_for_post’, ‘__return_false’); If you own, manage, develop or have any vested interest in a […]

Toggle Navigational Menus and Submenus Using Pure JavaScript

We had an interesting challenge today, where we needed to create a collapsible, responsive menu and sub-menu, using pure JavaScript. Normally this functionality would be part of a frontend framework, but the client’s site doesn’t use any so, rather than using one solely for this functionality, we decided a clean and efficient way would be […]