Not every client can be “the worst.” So why do things sometimes feel that way, and how can we fix them? Hint: it starts with you and your process.
If you’ve ever built your own Wordpress theme (or customized/added to someone else’s), you’re almost certainly familiar with the functions.php file. In many cases, this file (included with each theme) can be an excellent place to write some PHP snippets which affect the behavior of your site. But it is not always the best place to place PHP snippets, and here’s why.
Web developers and agencies love to argue over what content management system (CMS) is best, and the name that comes up more than anything else is Wordpress. This website is powered by Wordpress. But should yours be?