The Power of “No” for Your Freelancing Career

It’s common sense that the word “No” it’s always harder to be pronounced. When it comes to either go to your favorite restaurant or go to that fast food your friends always want to go, many times you’ve said say “Yes, of course. Let’s all have a burger there”, even if you didn’t want to….

White Screen of Death, Internal Server Error, Syntax Error and Other WordPress Nightmares You Should Know How to Handle

Next time somebody tells you: “Yeah, I know WordPress. I hear it is good for blogs”, please flick ’em on the back of the head while saying “Not true buddy”. WordPress powers up around 25% of the entire internet, and there are plenty of e-commerce websites that successfully run on WordPress. NYT, Time, Walt Disney…

How to Import Products from XLSX into Woocommerce

Important Note: for the purpose of this article I have used export files from the Yahoo Miva Merchant platform to import into Woocommerce, but the practices can be used for any xlsx based export/import Important Note 2: Please test importing on a dummy site, and take a backup before doing it on live, as it…

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Changing lives: Bogdan Dragomir

In this new episode of Changing lives, we’ll meet with Bogdan Dragomir a Senior WordPress developer with 12 years of coding experience and a solid design background. He’s specialized in many areas like WooCommerce, custom plugin development, Foundation and Genesis Framework, Migrations, SAAS, just to name a few. During the interview, he’ll share with us…

Changing lives: Alex Belov

In this new episode of Changing lives, we’ll meet with Alex Belov an experienced WordPress developer who’s specialized in several areas like Woocommerce, jQuery, custom post type, responsive design, PSD to HTML, just to name a few. During the interview, he’ll share with us his insights and thoughts about: freelancing and what’s good/bad about it…

The e-commerce world: how much it’s worth, who’s leading the market, and how much you should expect to pay to have one

With more than 1.2 billion digital buyers worldwide in 2015, online shopping is a growing trend no one should ignore. With that number growing 7.5% in the next year, e-commerce websites sure look like a great opportunity from an entrepreneurial perspective. Selling products, whether they’re online courses, handcraft jewelry, t-shirts, and so on, is an…

It’s Codeable’s 3rd birthday: look how far we have come together

As days pass by, you don’t always have the chance to stop and realize how far you’ve come. We’re constantly focused on the next thing on our to-do list, and always keep looking forward on our future to plan our lives. But today we’re pushing the “pause” button, taking a moment to celebrate our 3rd…

How to earn more as a freelancer

I’ve recently read a study done by WPEngine on how much WordPress developers in US earn and I was unpleasantly surprised. Most of them make less than $30 per hour, which is, compared to developers in other industries, an insult, if I put it mildly. And even if we compare developers within the WordPress ecosystem,…