Did you know WordPress powers over 30 percent of websites on the internet? People love WordPress because it’s easy to set up and has thousands of templates and plugins that reduce development and deployment costs, making it the most popular Content Management System in the world.
Since about 75 million websites use it, there’s no surprise that WordPress developers are so high in demand. However, with thousands of browser and device combinations, it takes more than superstar coding and design skills to be successful — you also have to be an expert in cross-compatibility. Otherwise, you risk losing users and clients.
But how exactly do you make a WordPress site that’s cross-compatible? Amidst the proliferation of devices and screen sizes, there are thousands of ways that someone could visit your website.
As a copywriter, developer, and consultant for all things WordPress, Jenni McKinnon knows it’s not about just creating a beautiful website, but also creating a cross-functional once. This means having a website that works and looks great no matter where your users are coming from.
Join CrossBrowserTesting and Jenni McKinnon in our webinar on Tuesday, May 29 as we discuss:
- What it means to be cross-compatible
- Determining how your users are visiting your site
- Techniques for building a cross-compatible WordPress site
- What to look for when testing your site and how to do it