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An Introduction to Styling Themes for Gutenberg - WP Shout

This is a great little post about the process of making a theme compatible with the much-discussed Gutenberg editor slated to come out in WordPress 5.0. ThemeShaper — the (maybe) official WordPress.com theming blog — goes into a lot of… Continue Reading →

Effectively Growing and Managing Your Divi Web Design Team - Elegant Themes

Welcome to part 4 of 5 in our series Scaling Your Divi Web Design Business where we’re exploring proven tactics and actionable strategies geared towards helping you grow your Divi based web design business. Once you’ve taken the plunge to… Continue Reading →

Indie websites can set you free from the constraints of social media - GoDaddy Garage

Social media has transformed the way every business shares on the web. With indie websites, you can embrace this social transformation without losing any ownership over your brand, your site or your audience. Picture the scene For years, you’ve poured time,… Continue Reading →

How To Fix 403 Forbidden Error in WordPress - WP Blog

Given the complexity of the Internet, it is no surprise that things do go wrong. Since WordPress powers a significant portion of the Internet, the number of errors that pop up at WordPress websites is pretty high. A pretty common… Continue Reading →

Top 15 Best Free Charity WordPress Themes 2018 - Macho Themes Blog

WordPress is the ideal platform for developing non-profit websites because it is completely free, and extremely easy to use. With WordPress you can create a complete and professional charity website in a jiffy. With this platform your choices are not… Continue Reading →

How to respond to reviews online - GoDaddy Garage

Chances are, someone has looked at your business’s online reviews before deciding to buy from you. As a matter of fact, 97 percent of consumers read online reviews, and 85 percent of them trust online reviews as much as personal… Continue Reading →

Cryptocurrency Mining Calculator Widgets for WordPress - WP Solver

February 21st in Viral, WordPress Plugins by WordPress Jedi . There are many ways to make money from cryptoccurencies these days. You can always learn to trade or get serious about mining Bitcoin and other coins. Have you ever wondered… Continue Reading →

The Best Podcast Software You Should Be Using (But Probably Aren’t) - Elegant Themes

Podcasts are so popular these days. Everyone and their uncle has something to say about things they love the most. It’s easy and cheap to get started, and the internet is full of some really high quality podcast software that… Continue Reading →

Uncode Theme: How to Use Stunning Visual Experiences to Showcase Your Creative Work - WP Mayor

There are WordPress themes that enable you to build attractive pages and websites. There are others that take you a step further. They do so by enabling you to create stunning visual experiences. Uncode is such a WordPress Theme. We… Continue Reading →

5 Amazing WordPress Page Builders to Use in 2018 - WP Newsify

Have you ever asked yourself how people on Star Trek would create a site if they needed one? Would they say to a virtual personal assistant, “Hey, I need a site to present my skills,” and it would instantly generate… Continue Reading →

Affected by YouTube Demonetization? We Got a Smart Solution! - Template Toaster

The all-new YouTube Monetization rules by Google has been creating a buzz in the digital market and most of the advertisers and YouTube channel holders are facing a problem because of the same. But, we have a solution to your… Continue Reading →

3 Ways To Prevent Your Blog Content From Becoming Stale - WP Aisle

With today’s emphasis on search engine optimization (SEO), many businesses are producing content that takes up space without providing true value to visitors. An increasing amount of articles are being written to produce as much content as possible for SEO… Continue Reading →

Top 20+ SEO Companies in the World - WordPress Arena

The main job of the SEO companies is to help businesses grow and receive higher ranking from the search engines and in return expand their business operations. The main functions of the SEO companies are to create content and establish… Continue Reading →

Dev Chat Agenda: February 21st (4.9.5 week 3) - Make WordPress Core

This is the agenda for the weekly dev meeting on February 21, 2018 at 21:00 UTC / February 21, 2018 at 21:00 UTC: 4.9.5 planning Updates from focus leads and component maintainers General announcements If you have anything to propose to… Continue Reading →

Genesis 2.6 - Sridhar Katakam

Genesis 2.6 is actively under development by the StudioPress team with contributions from volunteers like Gary Jones, Lee Anthony and several others. Today they announced the availability of 2.6 beta here: https://studiopress.blog/genesis-2-6-beta/ The ‘Added’ section of the change log reads:… Continue Reading →

How To Divide Your WordPress Posts Into Multiple Pages - JustWP

It’s been a quite longer time that we are getting regular inquiries over the question that how one can divide the big, long WordPress posts into multiple pages. So, today to help all you guys, I came up at the… Continue Reading →

Keyword Stuffing is Spamming - Make WordPress Plugins

In January 2017 we clarified what was meant by not spamming in the directory. Since then, the language has been tweaked slightly, but the crux of the matter remains as follows: Public facing pages on WordPress.org (readmes) must not spam… Continue Reading →

What Companies Can Learn From Google’s Quest to Create the Perfect Team - Pagely Blog

What does it take to build the perfect team? Like many companies, Google executives believed that the best teams were made up of the best people. In the words of […]

GDPR Compliance Chat Agenda – February 21st - Make WordPress Core

Warning: meeting starts at 16:00, not 17:00 UTC! Agenda proposal: Information/documentation: what do we have and where is it stored Roadmap: review the proposal and create working groups Open discussion Join us on slack.#gdpr-compliance, #agenda

How to Require a Terms and Conditions Agreement On Your Contact Form - Elegant Themes

Every website should have a Terms and Conditions Agreement in place. Although it isn’t required by law (like a Privacy Policy), it can be extremely vital to the health of your online business. The Terms and Conditions (T&C) agreement can… Continue Reading →

WordPress Hooks, Actions, and Filters: What They Do and How They Work - WP Shout

This article introduces one of the most important topics in WordPress: hooks, including action hooks and filter hooks. We’ve jam-packed this explanation of WordPress hooks with a helpful overview video, key points, a detailed infographic, a quiz, and even a… Continue Reading →

Aim Big, Miss Big - Scott Bolinger

In the movie The Patriot, there is a scene where Mel Gibson’s character is teaching a couple young boys how to shoot. He famously says “Aim small, miss small.” If you focus your aim on a small part of your… Continue Reading →

WP Offload S3 1.6 Released: Lighter and More Independent - Delicious Brains

It’s not often that removing something from a product is a cause for great cheer, but with the removal of the dependency on the Amazon Web Services plugin in the latest release of WP Offload S3, we think everybody is… Continue Reading →

Building low-cost websites for clients with GoCentral in 12 steps - GoDaddy Garage

Here’s a familiar scenario: A project comes your way from a potential client. You run them through an hours-long discovery session. You listen to their wants and needs. You ask questions and dig deeper, taking notes the entire time. Then… Continue Reading →

How Much Will It Cost To Launch Your WordPress Website in 2018 - WP Blog

Gone are the days when a basic website would suffice the requirements of the visitors need. In this time and age, you do need bells and whistles to make your website visually appealing and highly functional. Setting up a WordPress… Continue Reading →

How to Setup Google AMP in WordPress - WordPress Arena

Seeing that the world has nearly 5 billion mobile users, this is high time to make websites and online content adaptive with the small screen and processing power of our smartphones. For this reason, currently, an open source project is… Continue Reading →

eCommerce SEO checklist: 27 tips for a better online shop - Yoast

There is so much you can do to optimize your eCommerce site for SEO, that we have written this checklist to help you. This doesn’t cover absolutely everything, but if you at least start by optimizing everything in this post,… Continue Reading →

The Best Free WordPress Themes January 2018 - WP Lift

The beginning of the new year has seen a massive outburst of quality themes for your WordPress blog. In this plethora of themes, some of them have really stood out. A number of themes have amazed us with their versatility… Continue Reading →

Getting Work Done at a Team Level (All of Our Software) - Tom McFarlin

Periodically, I’ll be asked about what tools I use to run Pressware. And though I don’t necessarily think there’s a one-size-fits-all solution, I’ve been doing this long enough to where there are plenty of tools I’ve tried, dropped, continue to… Continue Reading →

8 Server Issues That Affect WordPress (and What to Do About Them) - WPMU Dev

We always have such a laser-trained focus on our WordPress site that sometimes it’s easy to forget that problems with it may not stem from conflicting plugins, a hacked login, or a bloated theme. Sometimes it’s the underlying web server… Continue Reading →

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