Author: Ankit Panchal

  • Explore Pune: Top Activities During WordCamp Pune 2024.

    WordCamp Pune 2024 presents a unique opportunity for attendees to immerse themselves in the vibrant culture and historical richness of Pune. As a renowned event for WordPress enthusiasts, WordCamp combines professional learning with the exploration of a city that epitomizes the blend of modernity and tradition. Pune, known as the “Oxford of the East,” offers…

  • Exploring Ahmedabad: A Cultural and Culinary Guide for WordCamp Ahmedabad

    Ahmedabad, a vibrant city in the heart of Gujarat, India, is not only known for its rich cultural heritage and delectable cuisine but also as a hub for technological and entrepreneurial activities. With WordCamp Ahmedabad drawing a plethora of WordPress enthusiasts, developers, and bloggers to the city, it’s the perfect opportunity to explore what Ahmedabad…

  • Get the Most Out of WordPress: Why You Should Go to WordCamps

    WordCamps are community-organized events that are centered around WordPress, the popular content management system that powers a significant portion of websites on the internet. These events provide an excellent opportunity for WordPress enthusiasts, from casual users to core developers, to gather, share ideas, and learn from each other. Here are several reasons why you should…

  • My Role in Shaping WordPress 6.4: A Story of Community, Collaboration, and Code

    As the WordPress community celebrates the launch of WordPress 6.4, I am taking a moment to reflect on the journey that led us here—a journey marked by collaboration, dedication, and the relentless pursuit of excellence. Embracing the Challenge Joining the ranks of the WordPress contributors, I embarked on a mission not just to write code,…

  • Guide to Creating Your First Headless WordPress Theme

    Creating a headless WordPress theme involves setting up WordPress as a headless CMS, which means it will only manage the back-end content, while a separate front-end application will present the content. This front-end can be built using modern JavaScript frameworks like React, Vue.js, or Angular. Here’s how you can set up your headless WordPress theme:…

  • Embracing the Future: The Rise of Decoupled WordPress Architecture

    In the constantly evolving landscape of web development, WordPress continues to hold its ground as a powerhouse content management system (CMS). However, the ways we interact with and utilize WordPress are shifting, thanks to the innovative approach of decoupled or headless architectures. This transformative trend is redefining how developers manage content workflows, and how audiences…

  • Exploring the WordPress $wpdb Object: A Powerful Database Interface for Developers

    Exploring the WordPress $wpdb Object: A Powerful Database Interface for Developers Introduction WordPress, as a leading content management system (CMS), powers a significant portion of the internet. Behind its user-friendly interface lies a powerful tool for developers: the $wpdb object. The $wpdb object is an essential part of WordPress that provides a direct interface to…

  • An Easy Guide to WordCamp Bengaluru 2023

    WordCamp Bengaluru 2023 was a spectacular event for everyone who loves WordPress. If you’ve never heard of WordCamp before, it’s a conference that’s all about WordPress, the most popular website building platform in the world. The Bengaluru event, like others around the globe, was a place to learn new things, share ideas, and meet other…

  • 7 Easy Steps to Secure Your WordPress Site in 2023

    7 Simple Tips to Keep Your WordPress Site Secure in 2023 Introduction Owning a website on WordPress is a great way to share your ideas and connect with others, but it also means taking steps to protect it from online threats. In 2023, cybercriminals are getting smarter, but you don’t need to be a tech…

  • A Simple Comparison: WordPress Block Editor vs Elementor

    WordPress, a very popular website builder, comes with different editors that you can use to create your website. Today, we’ll talk about two of these: the WordPress Block Editor (also known as Gutenberg) and Elementor. What is the WordPress Block Editor (Gutenberg)? Gutenberg is the basic editor that comes with WordPress. It uses a simple…