Category: Blog

  • WordCamp Valencia 2023: the highlights (in our opinion, of course)

    WordCamp Valencia 2023: the highlights (in our opinion, of course)

    Have you ever wondered how a WordPress event can boost your creativity, expand your network, and enrich your knowledge? Well, all of that and much more is a WordCamp like Valencia 2023. We invite you to take a tour of the highlights of the 2023 edition of this WordCamp, a perspective from us as attendees…

  • WordCamp Torrelodones: 9h 54′ of value content

    WordCamp Torrelodones: 9h 54′ of value content

    On March 23rd and 24th, the second edition of the WordCamp Torrelodones was celebrated in the Sierra de Madrid. Once again led by Ana Cirujano, the program of this WordCamp was strong, with big names and topics for all levels: SEO, web accessibility, design, development, UX… 25 presentations to learn, get the most out of…

  • How to translate PO files with ChatGPT

    How to translate PO files with ChatGPT

    They say one of the skills conversational AIs handle best is languages. After tinkering with ChatGPT for a while, I couldn’t agree more. So I wondered if there were tools that could help me with text translations using files with structured content like PO files. Files with the .PO extension allow us to manage WordPress…

  • WordCamp Zaragoza 2024: Caps, Churros and WordPress

    WordCamp Zaragoza 2024: Caps, Churros and WordPress

    Hosting a WordCamp in the middle of January in Zaragoza is quite daring, but the organizers of WordCamp Zaragoza are not deterred by the harsh wind. As last year’s hurricane-like and freezing wind coming from the Northwest was a bit wild, this year they organized something more subdued, a snowfall like we haven’t seen in…

  • How I created an automatic website with +930 clicks in

    How I created an automatic website with +930 clicks in <3 months

    I am not going to sell you a website in 5 minutes or a motorcycle for a euro and a half. Automation also takes time and costs, although it allows processes to be accelerated and a single professional to cover much more work. In fact, I am going to show you how I have created…

  • When and Why Should I Submit a URL to The Search Engines?

    When and Why Should I Submit a URL to The Search Engines?

    First of all, to submit a url to the search engines and make it possible for them to show your url in the search results is known as “indexing.” In most search engines, it is not necessary to submit your website or a specific URL for it to appear in search results. However, on some…

  • jQuery: Relevance and Alternatives for WordPress

    jQuery: Relevance and Alternatives for WordPress

    jQuery is a lightweight JavaScript library that simplifies HTML manipulation, event handling, animation, and asynchronous requests, making it easier to create interactive web pages with less code. It is widely used for front-end web development due to its simplicity and cross-browser compatibility. Understanding the role of jQuery in WordPress is essential for optimizing your website.…

  • 400 Bad Request  Error:  Guide to Understanding and Resolving

    400 Bad Request Error: Guide to Understanding and Resolving

    The 400 Bad Request error is a common HTTP error code that users can encounter while browsing the web. This article discusses the different causes of this error, such as issues with URL syntax, request headers, cookies, and request body content. The article provides several tips on how to troubleshoot and fix this error, such…

  • HTTP 500 Internal Server Error: Causes And Fixes

    HTTP 500 Internal Server Error: Causes And Fixes

    The 500 Internal Server Error is a generic error message that is returned by the server when it encounters an unexpected condition or an internal server error that prevents it from fulfilling the request made by the client. The error could be caused by various factors, such as database errors, bugs in scripts, modules, insufficient…

  • PHP 8 WordPress Compatibility Best Practices

    PHP 8 WordPress Compatibility Best Practices

    On November 26th, 2020, PHP 8 was released to the world. Two years later, PHP’s latest version 8.2 offers new features and improvements promising to enhance the security and performance of our WordPress sites. WordPress Core is compatible with PHP 8 since its 5.6 release. But should I upgrade right away? Let’s analyze the main changes…