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What’s in a name? Where the name Wibble came from.

Our most common question answered – Where does the name Wibble come from?

By Paudie Fearon
30 April,2020 ● 5 MIN READ

Creating custom bulk edit options in WooCommerce

Adam has a quick guide showing how to create your own bulk edit options in WooCommerce, using ACF.

By Adam Cherry
22 April,2020 ● 5 MIN READ

Tailwind CSS in WordPress Theme Development

In this post, one of our web developers Karl details a relatively new introduction to our web development set up. Tailwind CSS

By Karl Proctor
16 April,2020 ● 5 MIN READ

We Are Wibble. Refresh: Part 3 – Expanding the Brand

The final part in a series of blogs about the Wibble brand refresh. Here Dean Anthony explains expanding the brand throughout the company

By Dean Anthony McCurry
7 April,2020 ● 5 MIN READ

“Golden Gate Bridge Approach” – Wibble’s take on WordPress management

In this post, we explain our approach to maintaining our huge number of WordPress sites – a constant run of updates, patches, monitoring and fixes.

By Paudie Fearon
1 April,2020 ● 5 MIN READ

Chloe – One month as a Wibbler

Chloe talks about her time at Wibble this last month and her experience and what she has learnt working as our newest Wibbler.

Chloe Harrison

By Chloe Harrison
25 March,2020 ● 5 MIN READ

Wibble and Coronavirus COVID-19

An update from our Managing Director on Wibble’s response to Coronavirus.

By Paudie Fearon
21 March,2020 ● 5 MIN READ

Our partnership with Abacus Talent Group

A blog post from our Managing Director, Paudie Fearon on how Wibble prides itself on the long term relationships we build with our clients.

By Paudie Fearon
11 February,2020 ● 5 MIN READ

Being a Web Developer in 2019/20 – Part 2: Choosing the right CSS framework

Part 2 of the series, Adam weighs up the pros and cons of the 3 popular CSS frameworks, to help find which is best for you.

By Adam Cherry
15 January,2020 ● 5 MIN READ

Using rclone to move WordPress uploads to Digital Ocean Spaces

We needed to move the uploaded images from Digital Ocean Droplets to Digital Ocean Spaces. But there was over 100GB to transfer.

By Karl Proctor
29 November,2019 ● 5 MIN READ

Using Digital Ocean Spaces on a WordPress site

A developer post on how we are rolling out a feature to all WordPress sites to make them quicker and lighter for all our clients.

By Karl Proctor
31 October,2019 ● 5 MIN READ

The next big move for Wibble

Wibble have recently moved to their own studio in Belfast. Our MD, Paudie Fearon, talks about this literal big move for Wibble.

By Paudie Fearon
28 October,2019 ● 5 MIN READ