How I have evolved my Wallace Inline WordPress plugin #183 - WP Builds Weekly WordPress Podcast

If you’re the kind of person who likes to make sure that the website that you hand over to your clients is safe from their clumsy hands, then your might be interested in the podcast today. Wallace Inline is a great tool for making it really easy for people to update their website content. The idea is that you find a place on the page that you want to edit, and you click on it and alter it right there without the need to go into the settings for the module / element. Bradley Kirby comes on the WP Builds Podcast today to talk about what’s new with the plugin and how it might save you time when dealing with clients. Check it out.

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174 - WordPress Page Builders V SaaS Page Builders - WP Builds Weekly WordPress Podcast

This is the WordPress.org page builders i.e. Beaver Builder, Elementor, Divi, Oxygen, Brizy etc, against Wix, Weebly, Squarespace etc. In this debate we’re talking about building a standard brochure sites that may need a blog or a shopping cart. So it’s not about building out a complex, bespoke site that has masses of unique features. It’s about something that’s simple and can be done with the native features in the Page Builders. We debate the pros of using both types of page builders and learn some truths along the way…

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170 - Page Builders v The Block Editor a.k.a. Gutenberg - WP Builds Weekly WordPress Podcast

To avoid things getting stale we decided to mix it up for a while and challenge ourselves by arbitrarily taking one side each in some of the great debates in WordPress. The idea is that it might make us dig harder in to topics, give us a focus and force us to look at other perspectives. So today we’re tackling the WordPress debate of the moment ‘Page Builders v The Block Editor (Gutenberg)’. With so much innovation in the Page Builder space is there any room for something similar in WordPress core? Do we like it? Do we use it? Do we see a future for it? Whatever your point of view, there’s certainly a whole heap of arguments on either side of the debate, and honestly most of them are completely legitimate too! I’m sure that we’re not going to change your mind about this, but we might come up with a few things that you’d not thought of before. I hope that you enjoy listening to it…

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Should we use templates more? - WP Builds WordPress podcast

Times have changed… It used to be that creating websites was really tedious. It took hours to get anything to go where you wanted it. Along came WordPress themes and life got a little easier, well sometimes, and then we got Page Builders with their rows and modules. Now you can get templates for just about anything and can have sites built in a matter of hours, but should we do it this way? Should we be using other people’s templates or should we be doing all this from the group up? Perhaps there is a middle way? Tweaking what you find so that the internet does not all look the same! Join us to find out what we think…

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Easy life... store your layouts in the cloud with Andrew Palmer - WP Builds WordPress podcast

You’ve been using a Page Builder to design your WordPress websites and life is great. But it could be better. The Page Builder Cloud plugin allows you to save your layouts to the cloud and reuse them on whatever website you want. So you can start to build your own library of layouts and they’re right there, waiting to be deployed and save you a heap of time. The plugin is also going to be able to convert layouts from one Page Builder to another, but this is not ready just yet. Check it out…

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Make your WordPress website load faster with Jan Koch - WP Builds WordPress podcast

Today we learn about how how to make your WordPress website load as fast as possible. On the face of it, this is easy to do, but there’s quite a lot going on when a website loads, and so there are many steps that you need to take a look at if you want to squeeze every ounce of speed out of it. Jan Koch talks us through the work that he’s done trying to do all of that. There’s likely some new content in here even if you’re a seasoned optimiser, so stay tuned and I hope that you enjoy this episode.

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