Hello,

Today I would like to discuss advanced development in WordPress while focusing on Filters and Actions with regards to the Yoast SEO Plugin.

For those who don’t know, Yoast is a powerful tool for managing your Search Engine Optimization (SEO) in WordPress.

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Hello,

Today I would like to explain WordPress, one of the worlds most popular Content Management Systems, and one used by Victoria Web Developers.

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Does Your Website Suck?

Your website doesn’t suck, it needs refreshment.

In today’s article, I would like to explain what causes an outdated website, and to make improvement suggestions for both you and your developer.

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This is the first instalment of a mini-series about JavaScript. I realize that Javascript isn’t exactly new territory, and the web is full of Javascript tutorials, but I still think it’s important to address. Why? Because even though it’s extremely popular, it’s this abundance that leads many beginning (and even intermediate) programmers to believe that javascript is an unpolished and unwieldily scripting language for the web.

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Hello,

In my previous article, ‘What is a Mobile Friendly Website’, I began explaining the differences between mobile-friendly and non-mobile friendly websites. I also provided an introduction to Responsive Web Design.

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Welcome!

Last week I talked about the Smartphone Revolution in the Developing World, and mentioned some of the potential for mobile content in the future.

Today I would like to take the opportunity to explain some of the differences between a mobile-friendly and non-mobile friendly website. I’ll also provide a brief introduction to a popular topic: Responsive Website Design.

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There are a ton of ways to include specific scripts within a particular page or custom template by utilizing the WordPress API. However, in this simple article I want to demonstrate my favorite method of dealing with a script block that is hopelessly tied to a particular template.

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WordPress is a fantastic platform to develop in, especially when you start coding your own themes from scratch. No poorly coded templates, and no bloated plugins that are constantly behind the curve.

The WordPress Loop is something that we all use when qeurying post data:

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