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WordPress experts for custom Gutenberg, WordPress API, WooCommerce, PHP, JS, MySQL; ACF - Advanced Custom Fields; React and Angular w/ WordPress API backend. Find WordPress WFH freelancers on November 28, 2023 who work remotely. Read less

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How can I tell if someone is a good WordPress developer?
They will have in their portofolio (that HostJane encourages sellers to share) work on recent WordPress sites that show fundamental programming skills in writing WordPress's PHP code including best standards and implementation of WordPress coding practices, working with CSS, Javascript, and frameworks such as REACT. You are encouraged to discuss your WordPress project first - a good question to find out is if the WP developer has any familiarity with Git and SVN repositories; have they published any recent plugins or themes they can verifiably show you?
Without doubt the ability to build custom Gutenberg blocks; and to write custom PHP code integrating endpoints in WordPress APIs - for example Settings, WordPress REST API (like those for Advanced Custom Fields) while at the same time ensuring performance and code audits produce the fastest load times. Also difficult is the ability to write PHP code for advanced caching strategies. That can take years to acquire and deploy those advanced PHP skills when designing custom visual layouts in WordPress and coding for user interactions - writing flawless code to WordPress production environments.
Custom WordPress coding can produce mind-blowing results; the developer who understands PHP and WordPress template structure can build world-class custom WordPress parent/child themes, templates, and plugins that can be managed with a simple backend. React applications can require more specialized knowledge that doesn't suit most novices who are new to object caching and transients, and server vs. client-side data loading. With WordPress, you won't to worry about grappling with React'sinteractive components, using JavaScript and jQuery which can quickly require work on UI components. Even when there are API integrations with JSON objects or AJAX operations, the WordPress backend remains relatively simple and saves money in the long run for newer webmasters.
Depending on your content management system (CMS) preference and level of comfortability, some businesses use Plesk or cPanel to run especially networks of WordPress sites, or you can use custom VPS control panels such as WPEngine and other WordPress specialist hosts are known for. As long as you can build WordPress sites from scratch, create reusable themes with HTML, CSS and Javascript, manage plugins, configure your WordPress database in PHPMyAdmin, and fix PHP bugs - whatever your chosen website administration tool, you will be able to successfully develop your Wordpress website. Debugging can be done in Firefox or Chrome Inspector tools regardless of what CMS you choose.
Correct. Most WordPress sites fuse together a mix of static content, like images, CSS style sheets and JavaScript files, and dynamic content which is generated on the server side. PHP, a recursive acronym for "PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor", is WordPress' server side scripting language. It's the PHP on the server of your WordPress installation that will be responsible for compiling your website's dynamic content, the elements of your WordPress site from your databases and also for sessions, the components that gets personalized for each one of your different WordPress users. In short, without PHP, your Wordpress site cannot exist.
Like sailors use the tables in a Nautical Almanac to navigate across the ocean using the sun, moon and stars to correctly plot their position, WordPress developers use the "WordPress Codex" to write correct code to create custom WordPress sites getting details about the correct way to write and apply template elements and functions from the Codex.
Not difficult for the existing PHP developer who understands Composer, WP-CLI tools, WordPress's back-end technologies, and version control systems such as GIT. If you don't have a firm grasp of PHP, know your way around WordPress APIs, HTML, CSS/Sass and JavaScript including libraries such as JQuery, successfully building a plugin will require tutorials or WordPress courses that are offered by online tutors on HostJane.
The good WordPress developer will want to make override customizations to a theme without directly altering the structure of the original parent. The main benefit of this way of working if if you still want to receive remote updates from the theme's creator without losing all your customizations. By creating a "child" theme with a style.css that inherits then overrides all files in the original "parent" (if they exist), that provides a clean way of customizing a WordPress site without touching the parent theme.