Author: Tom Finley

  • I regularly use a couple of AI resources to create content — not so much blue-sky generative efforts as much as polishing up my own writing or content supplied by clients. However, recently I’ve found myself being protective about LLM/AI appropriation of specific content on specific client sites. Opting in to using ChatGPT for my…

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  • Frequently, when dealing with files from clients, colleagues, or even my own creations (especially when using Canva), I encounter documents that feature spaces and uppercase letters in their names, making them less than ideal for creating neat and user-friendly URLs. Perhaps I’m a bit old-school in my approach, stuck in the days of strict, but…

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  • Imagine you have a really cool toy that you can build and change however you want. Well, WordPress is like that toy but for making websites. It helps people make really nice websites without knowing a lot of complicated coding stuff. Now, there’s a new way to make websites called “Full-Site Editing Block Themes.” It’s…

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  • Recently our esteemed WordPress colleague, Angela Bowman aka AskWPGirl, reached out to Freelace and Agency WordPress Twitter asking about our experiences with the transitioning multiple site to Google Analytics 4. I don’t have much personal experience other than to say that using Google’s Site Kit plugin for wiring up WordPress sites to Google Analytics Universal,…

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  • Recently some things have transpired in the social media sphere that have prompted a healthy chunk of us to look for new digital “3rd places” to haunt with one another. All debates around how worthwhile spending time on social media actually is aside, the WordPress community has quickly coalesced around Matthias Pfefferle‘s ActivityPub plugin and…

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  • Block styles are currently all the rage. What are they and why should you use them? I don’t know… have a look at some of the resources below, though👇

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  • This post is dedicated to that niche of plugins that help augment the layer of the WordPress experience that only internal users and administrators touch — the admin area. Turbo Admin Admin Menu Editor WP Custom Admin Interface Colorlib Custom Login Page Customizer Custom Login Page Customizer Clarity – Ad Blocker I heard about Clarity…

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  • It’s not uncommon to see folks on Twitter these days inquiring about the best continuing education on WordPress, particularly for Full Site Editing. Here’s a small collection of the best resources out there right now. TL;DR FullSiteEditing.com Carolina Nymark without a doubt was one of the first people – if not THE first person – to create…

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