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  • Custom WordPress Blocks with Pinegrow Web Editor

    In this video, Adam Lowe, President of Peak Performance Digital shows you how we create completely custom WordPress blocks using the Pinegrow Web Editor. These blocks do not rely on third-party plugins or add-ons and can be easily edited using any standard text editor.

  • Display ANY WordPress Custom Field using Pinegrow

    Did you know that you can display any WordPress custom field using the Pinegrow Web Editor? It doesn’t matter whether you are using Advanced Custom Fields (ACF), Meta Box, or any other tool – Pinegrow can handle them all just as easily.

  • Create a Native WordPress Block Plugin Using Pinegrow Web Editor

    In this video tutorial, Adam Lowe, President of Peak Performance Digital creates a plugin with native WordPress blocks to display custom and dynamic data from custom blocks and post types inside a biography grid using the Pinegrow web editor. All without any code!

  • Pinegrow at the WP Builders Fight Club

    Pinegrow participated in the WP Builders Fight Club challenge to build the same website with a bunch of different WordPress tools, and to compare results.

  • 3 useful tips for WordPress theme development with Pinegrow

    Developing WordPress themes with Pinegrow offers you a major paradigm shift.

    You don’t have to be a pro developer and code your templates by hand to produce high quality themes that comply with official development guidelines. You don’t have to force yourself to use a site builder plugin (Elementor, Beaver Builder, Divi) which will certainly make the initial design easier, but which will impose its own format, its own limitations and above all which will considerably hinder the performance of your site.

    However, with great power comes great responsibility, so here are 3 pieces of advice that may help you make the right decisions.

  • WordPress Theme Development basics: We get you covered!

    Our documentation about WordPress theme development covers the most recurring topics and questions, but it turns out that it is rarely the first place where Pinegrow users seek for information.

    So here’s a reminder of the sections we find most appealing in light of the questions we recently received in the Pinegrow Technical Support inbox.