How is ZigPress managing the introduction of Gutenberg?

If you keep your ear to the ground as far as the WordPress content management system is concerned, or even if you don’t, you may have heard that a new… More »

How to restrict uploaded image size in WordPress

Want to know one of the worst things about administering a WordPress-based website? The media library. Specifically: allocating enough hosting space, backing it up, restoring it, and moving it between… More »

Change in management of websites

I’d like to inform the ZigPress readership that three particular client sites will no longer be managed by ZigPress, with immediate effect. They are: Chic Physique ( Chic Trainer Network… More »

Update multiple WordPress sites at once

If, like me, you have a large number of WordPress sites, and maybe even a large collection of WordPress development projects running on a local web server, you will appreciate… More »

Removing the WordPress admin file editor

How many times have you handed over a project to a client, only to receive a phone call two weeks later saying “I think I broke the site…”? Maybe your… More »

WiFi-enabled meeting places in Malta

Being so built-up and packed to the rafters with IT companies, it’s hardly surprising that Malta has a good selection of free Wi-Fi hotspots. You can easily connect at the… More »

Theatre Anon benefits from new ZigPress site

It’s been a while since I launched a new ZigPress client site, and I’m very happy to announce my latest creation, a new WordPress-based website for the Malta-based theatre company… More »

Let clients use the WordPress Dashboard

In which ZigPress talks about introducing clients to the finer points of managing their sites after launch and handover. Part 1 – It’s Great Although there are a number of… More »

Kate Matthews Theatre & Costume Design

This is one reason I’ve been so damn busy recently… I’ve been trying to avoid taking new freelance work on, because I have enough trouble finding the time to… More »