3rd WordPress Meetup Split Summary

We’ve recently organized the 3rd WordPress Meetup in Split. The goal of the WordPress Split Meetup was to connect the existing community of WordPress users, to promote WordPress tool and to educate users on how to use the WordPress tool.

WordCamp Belgrade Overview

WordCamp Belgrade Conference in which Slicejack took part was held last week in Serbia. The conference lasted for 2 days with the first day being lecture day and the second day being contributors day.

Responsive location map without JavaScript

Nowadays almost all websites have some kind of location map on the contact page. They are usually created using Google Maps which is a great tool but sometimes it can be a bit of an overkill and can hurt your website performance and load time. If you don’t need your map to be interactive you can create it using only an image and some CSS.

Meet Gulp: A Streaming JavaScript Task Runner

In this post I’ll talk about Gulp in context of frontend website development. I’ll explain what Gulp is, how to install it and finally give a real world usage example.

Gulp is used from the terminal and here I am using it from Cygwin terminal on Windows but you should be able to follow this tutorial on your machine by using standard console in Windows, Linux or Mac or anywhere else where Node.js is available.

10 steps to strengthen your WordPress security

Security is one of the most important things in the world today and WordPress is often being called out for being insecure and easily hackable. But is it really? Turns out that it depends on how you use it and how you implement site’s functionalities. By following 10 “basic” steps that you will find in this post you can make your site much much harder to hack. So, let’s start.

Boost Google ranking with responsive web design

Do you have a responsive website but Google doesn’t appreciate it? Is your website in the same position as sites developed for desktop only? Google has made progress when it comes to search on mobile devices.

Slicejack’s Development Workflow

As a developer you most probably have a certain workflow that you use in your daily life to get the stuff done as fast and as best as possible. That workflow is called (software) development workflow and in this post I will introduce you to the development workflow that we use here at Slicejack.

WooCommerce for beginners

If you want to transform Wordpress website to beautiful, simple and powerful e-commerce store then you are at the right place. In this WooCommerce tutorial for beginners I will teach you what WooCommerce is, how to use it and how to install it.

Creating a fullscreen HTML5 video background with CSS

Using a fullscreen background has become very popular in web design lately.
Fullscreen images used as backgrounds have an amazing visual impact, but did you know that you can use video in exactly the same way.

Slicejack heads to Boston

Three weeks ago we came back from a beautiful ten-day trip to Boston where we visited our long-term partner agency. The goal of the trip was to deepen the relationship with them and further align both companies’ processes.