If you are a WordPress developer, or just started discovering it, this post about top WordPress development blogs will be a must-read. The list includes blogs for all levels, from basic to advanced, so hesitate no more and get started with the first candidate on our list!

WPBeginner

Just like its name, WPBeginner provides users with an abundance of useful knowledge about WordPress, especially for beginners. This blog was started in 2009 while WordPress was from 2003. It attracts up to 320,000 subscribers and more than 1.3 million readers. It has a great reputation in the WordPress community.

If you have had no ideas about WordPress? Don’t worry, WPBeginner will give you a Beginner’s Guide series to instruct you from A to Z. Besides, it also writes about a lot of common matters, such as loading speed, security, 404 error, 502 Bad Gateway error, PHP error, … More than that, WPBeginner provides many special discount coupons from famous hosting services like Bluehost, SiteGround, Domain.com, ...

WPBeginner provides developers with an abundance of useful knowledge about WordPress

WPMU Dev

Unlike WPBeginner, WPMU Dev brings more in-depth knowledge to experienced WordPress developers. The articles of WPMU Dev are informative with many interesting topics. E.g. tutorials on posting in WordPress by email, styling eCommerce websites to increase sales, … They are detailed and easy to understand, despite not having any videos. This is a significant bonus point of WPMU Dev.

Besides, this blog also has a series of digital marketing articles. You will get a lot of helpful tips to approach more potential customers. Along with these intriguing contents, the illustrating images are really funny and entertaining.

WPMU Dev brings more in-depth knowledge to experienced WordPress developers

Tom McFarlin

The blog of Tom McFarlin will bring amazing lessons to you to upgrade your levels. Tom is an extremely experienced developer with more than 11 years in development. He used to be Microsoft MVP for 5 years, and then work as a senior backend developer in WebDevStudios. He is also an industrious blogger with 2-5 new posts every week.

The highlight of this blog is the series of quick tips, such as how to search for post types, check browsers by JavaScript, delete Git Tag, … By reading this series, you can gain countless interesting things within minutes. Besides, Tom shares plenty of details about the projects he has done. You will surely get a lot of real-life experience from this veteran developer!

The blog of Tom McFarlin will bring amazing lessons to you to upgrade your levels

Delicious Brains Blog

Delicious Brains is famous for having a team of expert WordPress developers from various countries all around the world. The blog of Delicious Brains is written by these talented developers, so its quality is always guaranteed. If you have discovered WordPress and got some basic knowledge, this blog will help you raise your level quickly.

The articles are usually easy-to-understand tutorials with a lot of detailed information. As I have said, the authors are highly experienced developers, so the posts are always practical. However, the Delicious Brain blog is quite academic, so it is not really suitable for noobs.

Delicious Brains is famous for having a team of expert WordPress developers from various countries all around the world

Misha Rudrastyh

Minimalistic, easy to understand, and highly practical. These words are exactly for the blog of Misha Rudrastyh. He is a famous WordPress developer from Russia and a lead organizer of WordCamp Saint Petersburg in 2020. His blog has not only a lot of helpful tips but also inspiring stories told by a dedicated and enthusiastic developer.

In Misha’s blog, there are new posts every week. Most of them are about WooCommerce, Gutenberg, PHP, … They are quite short and concise, so you just need some minutes to read. If you are a busy developer and want to get more knowledge quickly, then this blog is a no-brainer option for you.

Misha Rudrastyh is a famous WordPress developer from Russia and a lead organizer of WordCamp Saint Petersburg in 2020

CodeinWP

The name tells it all, CodeinWP is everything you need to know about WordPress. This blog is from England and started in 2013. It attracts thousands of subscribers with a straightforward writing style and became one of the most famous blogs about WordPress at our time.

Regardless of levels, nearly all people can read this blog. CodeinWP chooses simple but necessary topics, like how to create websites, or what plugins, themes, tools are helpful. It also has a lot of short tutorials for you.

CodeinWP is everything you need to know about WordPress

Bill Erikson

Bill Erickson is a 15-year-experience WordPress developer. He even says that “I live and breathe WordPress” in his bio. Bill has a credit in the WordPress community. He made a lot of well-known products like Genesis theme, WPForms plugin (with 4+ million active installations). In his blog, Bill generously shares a lot about his experience and knowledge as a professional developer.

Most of his articles are about Gutenberg. Besides, there are a lot of detailed tutorials. What makes his blog special is the way he writes about the projects he has done. You will surely gain various lessons from his stories, and quickly change your mindset as well as knowledge.

Bill Erickson is a 15-year-experience WordPress developer.

Isotropic

The last blog comes from Isotropic, a business founded in 2017 but it has developed quickly with a professional developer team. The blogs of Isotropic mainly focus on two top page builders of WordPress which are Oxygen and Elementor. The articles excitingly develop ideas. For example, you will know the fastest and easiest way to fix the white gap error on Oxygen or how to use Z-Index on Elementor.

In addition to the unique and fresh content, Isotropic also pays attention to its high application. If you are a medium or advanced developer, you can instantly apply what you learn from this blog to your work.

The blogs of Isotropic mainly focus on two top page builders of WordPress which are Oxygen and Elementor

Last Words

This is the end of our top must-read WordPress development blogs. It is part 2 of our series about top blogs for developers, so there will be other upcoming articles for you. What topics do you want us to write about? Laravel? JavaScript? Just share with us in the comment section below, and don’t forget to check out the latest post on our blog.

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