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Will AI such as ChatGPT replace developers?

There has been a massive buzz online about AI in the last couple of months as we were treated to Microsofts language orientated ChatGPT.

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Importing large MySQL databases using BigDump

I've been using phpMyAdmin for a long time to manage my MySQL databases, it's been a great tool to easily filter through data for things

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Use WebP image formatting on your WordPress website to serve images in next-gen formats

WebP is a next-gen image format developed by Google employing both lossy and lossless compression. Its file size is smaller than JPEG, PNG,

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What new features can we expect in WordPress 5.8?

WordPress has released version 5.8 beta 1 this June with a patched-up beta 2 quickly followed for developers to start testing

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Tips to stay productive when working from home

Many people were told to work from home when the pandemic hit, some might have done so in the past but for many of us, this was a new way to

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What is Gatsby and why is it different to a WordPress theme?

Gatsby is built with React and is a static site generator that allows the developer to pull data down from an external source and uses this

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How to keep your WordPress site secure from attacks

A compromised website damages your brand reputation and can lead to loss of leads and sales due to the damage the vulnerabilities expose

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What is TailwindCSS and why is it different to Bootstrap and BEM?

TailwindCSS is a utility-first CSS framework that lets you build custom design elements from a set of predefined classes.

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My Top WordPress Plugins for 2021

Boasting over 50,000 plugins the official WordPress library is rich in resources. I have narrowed down my top 8 plugins that I use regularly

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