Anyone with a website surely needs a reliable contact form to allow visitors and guests to reach out to them. If you are using WordPress, there are more options for contact form plugins than I could fill up in words here in this post. However, one of the more popular and easy-to-configure plugins is Contact Form 7. I recently wrote a couple of blog posts over on Medium detailing how to create a simple contact form using the Contact Form 7 plugin and want to share those posts here on my blog for readers who may be interested…(more…)
With Gutenberg coming full-on to WordPress core soon, I’ve committed to try to learn all I can about it. I may as well face the fact that I am going to have to use it. Honestly, so far, I have not found it to be all that bad.
With blogging, I am always on the search for ways to make the whole process easier and more proficient. One thing I discovered long ago, the WordPress default editor leaves a lot to be desired. In my humble opinion at least. I believe it is named the TinyMCE editor but don’t sell the farm on that. That’s how much time I spend (or try not to spend) using it.