As a blogger, I use Photoshop and Illustrator to crop/edit my screenshots and create featured images. Since WordPress 5.8 includes WebP support I wanted to see if I could incorporate Photoshop WebP support into my workflow — without becoming less efficient ofcourse!
Nulled plugins; you can either fear it, or you can take it as a compliment. About 2 months ago I found out my WordPress plugins were nulled by so-called GPL websites i.e. “the black market”! I wasn’t surprised, so I thought of an original approach to deal with this. Curious yet!?
Ad Blockers block Google Analytics. ~30% of your visitors use Ad Blockers and this number is growing. By the end of 2020 ~50% of internet users will be using Ad Blockers.
What does this mean for you as a website owner and what can you do about it? Let’s find out.
Most themes show the Published Date above each post. What most themes don’t show (for some reason) is the Last Updated (or Last Modified) Date/Time. This sucks, because no one (including Google) will be able to fully appreciate the work you put into your blog!
Luckily WordPress already saves this information for each post and it is pretty easy to integrate into your theme using a plugin. Today I’ll show you how.
Ad Blockers, a thorn in the side of every online business. Wouldn’t it be great if we could bypass those Ad Blockers and keep our Google Analytics data accurate?
That’s what Steve from Its420somewhere.com thought, when he contacted me with a well-researched feature request for CAOS. A stealth mode to bypass (most) ad blockers. Today I’ll show you the base principles of bypassing Ad Blockers and protecting your Google Analytics data with CAOS.