Should I Maintain My WordPress Website or Should I Hire Someone?

The internet can be an amazing way to put your business out into the world. A lot of people use it to find all the services and products that they need. That’s why you’ll want to create a website to establish an online presence for yourself. But there are countless different sites on the internet, how do you choose which one will fit you? Additionally once it is built once it built you need to ask yourself “Should I Maintain My WordPress Website or Should I Hire Someone?” If you’ve never made a website before then WordPress is one of the best places to start. This is an online platform where you can create your website or blog and customize it exactly how you want to. But unfortunately, creating a site isn’t a piece of cake. There are a lot of tutorials out there that can help you get started …

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WordPress Related Posts: Using Toolset and WP Posts to Posts

If you read my previous post,  WordPress Custom Related Posts: Toolset Plugin & Posts 2 Posts – Combining APIs for even more flexibility, I discussed how combining  Toolset with thePosts 2 Posts plugin creates an easier wordpress maintenance, WordPress related posts interface for the website administrator to create content relationships.  Four Eyes is currently working on a new website for David Keil’s YogAnatomy.com and the site needed a method for connecting content types to one another in an easy and efficient manner.  While we created a solution for Single Post pages, we still needed to be able to use the code in loop while using Toolset.  The solution is a shortcode function that combines the power of the Views API with the enhanced query structure of the Post 2 Posts plugin. /* Toolset to Post 2 Posts View Integration */ add_shortcode( ‘get-related-view’, ‘get_related_view’ ); function get_related_view( $atts ) { extract( shortcode_atts( array( ‘my_post_id’ => …