Codeable Happiness Report | July 2016

Cool stats of the month July’s love email from our customers How we stacked up compared to last month As you can see from the stats above, we are actually very similar to last month! It’s the summertime, so some of our staff have been popping in and out for a few weeks vacation time,…

Minimalism in WordPress – enduring classic or passing trend?

WordCamp Europe recently took place in Vienna, Austria, June 24th-26th. It was an energizing and busy weekend of fun, learning, networking and sharing. As I sat outside and enjoyed the sun in the MuseumsQuartier district in the heart of the city, I eavesdropped on an interesting conversation that two nearby attendees were having. A man…

Codeable.io announces share buyback and partnership with WooCommerce

Codeable.io announces share buyback and partnership with WooCommerce   Copenhagen, Denmark: On Friday, 1st of July 2016 Codeable.io, a leading global outsourcing marketplace for high quality WordPress projects, today announced a share buyback from CAPNOVA and funding from several investors, including Automattic, the company behind WordPress.com and WooCommerce. The company also secured a loan from…

Codeable Happiness Report | June 2016

Cool stats of the month June’s signs of love from our experts Not only do we really care about our awesome clients, we care about our amazing experts too! How we stacked up compared to last month Our support stats (via intercom) went down a bit from last month as most of the team travelled to WordCamp…

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Changing lives: Bruno Kos

In this new episode of Changing lives, we’ll meet with Bruno Kos, a WordPress developer with a keen focus on theme creation/customization work. He’s specialized in many areas like Responsive Design, Migrations, Custom Post Type and Custom Fields, WooCommerce, Genesis and Foundation frameworks, just to name a few. During the interview, he’ll share with us…

My WordPress Website is Down: How Can I Fix That?

It’s happened to everybody around the Globe, to first-timers and to experienced WordPress users: your website goes down and your users (sometimes you as well) can’t access its pages and you lose visits, conversions, and money eventually. It’s a known truth: downtime is completely impartial – it doesn’t care who you are or what you…

WP REST API: is this where we’re headed?

WP Rest API – The Mobile Shift It’s no secret that mobile web use is a growing trend.  Over 1/3 (38.6%) of all web traffic comes from mobile devices, and that number isn’t slowing down. In May 2015, Google confirmed that there was more google searches taking place on mobile devices than on desktops in…

Everything You Need To Do When Hiring A WordPress Developer

How would you feel if I told you that you may not know as much as you think you know about hiring and working with WordPress developers? What’s worse is that you may be getting it totally wrong altogether! Whether you’re looking for someone who’s able to fix all of the issues your website is…

WordPress Developer’s Intro To Docker, Part Two

This is the second post in our Docker + WordPress series, so if you haven’t read the first one yet, do so in order to catch up. Before we continue with adding WordPress to the mix, let’s revisit the setup we have currently; Because we decided to use Nginx instead of Apache, we’ve had to…

Changing lives: Oliver Efremov

In this new episode of Changing lives, we’ll meet with Oliver Efremov a web designer with a great passion for music. He’s specialized in many areas such as CSS, HTML, Javascript, and Responsive design. During the interview, he’ll share with us his insights and thoughts about: what he likes about freelancing his past working experiences…