A Table of Contents is often a better design pattern than a dropdown menu. Here’s how to create a table that automatically populates the links in Statamic.
I’ve been working with WordPress a lot over the past six years or so. I’ve built everything from single-page and standard sites, through to sites with complex e-commerce, membership and e-learning requirements.
There are plenty of reasons for WordPress dominating the content management system (CMS) marketplace, but it’s not without its limitations.
Here’s what I found when I built a site with Statamic for the first time.
If you’re planning on setting up a membership site or course through your website, be aware of the EU Digital VAT laws.
These apply even if your business doesn’t meet the minimum turnover threshold for VAT registration in the UK.
Page builders promise that you can create the ‘page layout of your dreams’ with zero code. It’s not quite as simple as that.
Relinquishing complete control of your page layouts might be the best thing to ever happen to your website.
Should you use WordPress to sell products, courses or memberships?