Scott Winterroth

Category Archives: WordPress

What’s the real difference between WordPress.com and WordPress.org?

What’s the real difference between WordPress.com and WordPress.org?

Here’s the slide deck from my WordPress Bloggers Meetup presentation on December 14, 2016 at NextDoor Chicago. Key Takeaways: Prior to WordPress, to create a website it required the knowledge of code. Today, WordPress enables the user. WordPress.com is a SaaS based Service WordPress.org is an open source content management system solution. Otherwise known as… Continue Reading

WordPress Page Builders take the critical stage

WordPress Page Builders plugins are often loved by users and in-between WordPress developers for their flexibility to allow almost anyone to visually design, or layout, a web page. Programming purists like Pippin Williamson often curse them because their “lack of standardization” which causes incompatibilities with other plugins and deviate away from the core WordPress user experience.… Continue Reading

Made With Love and Headway…

Made With Love and Headway…

To my surprise and honor, I was very happy to notice that my main website, frontandsocial.com, is currently featured on the homepage of HeadwayThemes.com in the Sites Made With Headway section. Years ago, I started using Headway Themes on a recommendation from another WordPress developer.  The learning curve was a bit of a challenge at the… Continue Reading

Simple Tasks & Todo’s plugin helps organize your goals

Simple Tasks & Todo’s plugin helps organize your goals

The beginning of the year is often a time when we set goals for the coming months ahead. In order to keep those ambitious resolutions on track, it’s a good idea to plot individual tasks required to achieve goal. Bloggers, entrepreneurs and developers alike all have plenty of tasks looming looming in their respective todo list just waiting to be… Continue Reading

Tips for Crafting Your Own Plugin Reviews

Use my free template to help guide you through writing a solid WordPress plugin review.   There are many advantages to writing a WordPress plugin review. It can be a great way to contribute and promote the WordPress community by sharing great tools and showcasing how plugins work. A plugin review can also be an avenue… Continue Reading

[Infographic] Dissecting the WordPress Plugin Profile

As the world of WordPress becomes increasingly popular, plugin developers only have a few micro-seconds to capture someone’s attention when the prospective user is searching for new plugin to fill a need. Today, With over 32,786 plugins in the repository, there’s definitely a lot more choices – and a lot of plugins that create similar functions and… Continue Reading