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Coding WordPress in style with PHPCS

6.2.2018

Some developers wonder why it isn’t enough that the code just works? The reason is that ugly code is doomed to lead to errors.

WordCamp magic in Athens, Greece

14.12.2017

Seravo has quite a long history supporting WordPress Communities. We have been giving speeches, sponsoring and attending different WordCamps for many...

Measuring WordPress speed

9.12.2017

Improving the performance of WordPress sites is a popular topic among WordPress developers. E-commerce owners know that faster websites mean more conv...

Five reasons to choose WordPress

3.10.2017

Here at Seravo, we might easily float in our WordPress bubble and consider one content management system (CMS) self-explanatory. At times, it’s wis...

Improving WordPress Performance with Xdebug and PHP Profiling

20.6.2017

The success of WordPress is traditionally attributed to how easy it is to use, both from an end-user point of view and from a website developer's poin...

WordCamp Europe 2017, what to expect?

12.6.2017

Bonjour! The most expected WordPress event of the year, WordCamp Europe 2017, is held in ...

WordPress 4.8 will be released soon – what’s going to change?

5.6.2017

The new version of WordPress core, WordPress 4.8 is expected to be released this week, around June 8. The new version will provide a few small, but ...

WordCamp Copenhagen 2017

24.5.2017

Halløjsa Danmark! Seravo is proudly supporting WordCamp Copenhagen, which takes place ...

How to block spam on your WordPress site

4.5.2017

Are you tired of constantly cleaning up and moderating the comment section of your site? Is your email bursting with mails from Jessica9230 commenting...

HTTP/2 speeds up your websites

18.4.2017

Have you ever wondered what the http:// in the beginning of the website URL stands for? The abbreviation comes from term ...