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10 WordPress Security Plugins to Keep Your Site Safe and Secure - WP Newsify

Everyone considers security a crucial aspect of a website, but only a few users implement strong defense measures. This situation might exist due to the users’ ignorance or due to a lack of knowledge or time. Strengthening a website’s security… Continue Reading →

WPML 3.9.2 with Important Fixes and Better Overall Stability - WPML

With the holidays behind us, we kicked off the new year with a major WPML release. Now, we present a 3.9.2 version which fixes important issues, adds a few new features, and improves overall stability. Why it is important to… Continue Reading →

How to cleanup database by removing old plugin tables - IndexWP

WordPress is a great platform. However, it comes with its disadvantages. It is fast and full of features. Plugins, on the other hand, provides functionality. Over time, it is very common for sites to install plugins over time. Once a… Continue Reading →

How To Add Google Maps In WordPress - JustWP

From one-to-many times, you, me or any other person who is building up his/her website do wish to have Google Maps on board. While interestingly, thanks to content management system like WordPress, we got large number of plugins available for… Continue Reading →

Scaling Support: Dip the Data Bucket Every Day – Video and Slides - Support Everything WordPress

On January 22, 2018, we welcomed Matt Cromwell, Head of Support and Community Outreach at GiveWP.com and WordImpress.com. In his session titled “Scaling Support: Dip the Data Bucket Every Day” Matt outlined how he measures, tracks, and predicts his plugin’s… Continue Reading →

This week’s design meeting agenda for January, 25 - Make WordPress Design

This week’s #design meeting is happening Thursday, January 25 18:00 UTC. This weeks agenda is: Trello Triage (starting with Contributions list) Discuss items labelled ‘Meeting topic’ in Trello Call for think tank on Gutenberg plugin compatibility page (see latest comments on Trello)… Continue Reading →

Why SiteGround Should Be Your First Choice for Shared Hosting in 2018 - WP Shout

SiteGround has hosted WPShout and all our other web properties since mid-2014. We’ve revised and updated this SiteGround review (last changed in 2016) to reflect our experiences with them over the past two years. We’ve also added two new sections: A… Continue Reading →

How to Use Divi’s New Opacity Filter Option to Create a Stunning Team Section - Elegant Themes

Divi’s built-in options allow you to create endless stunning and unique designs. Whatever type of website you might be building, you can adjust the settings to meet your website’s and visitors’ needs seamlessly. In this post, in particular, we’re going… Continue Reading →

How to Add a Trello-Like Kanban Board in WordPress - WP Beginner

Do you want to add a Trello-like Kanban board to your WordPress website? Keeping track of your team’s projects, monitoring sales progress, and staying in touch with existing customers can be challenging if you are not organized. In this article,… Continue Reading →

WP-CLI Packages: Supercharge Your WordPress Development - Delicious Brains

I think most developers would agree that WP-CLI (the self-described “command-line interface for WordPress”) )is the best thing to happen to WordPress since my-hacks.php. It is my favorite way to use WP Migrate DB Pro, set up new WordPress sites,… Continue Reading →

Clean Blogging – A Minimalist WordPress Theme for Writers & Bloggers - WPVKP

Clean blogging is super minimalist theme for WordPress users. It is designed in order to offer greater readability to the readers and website visitors. It is designed considering the needs of regular content marketers, personal blog owners, and writers. While… Continue Reading →

Yoast SEO 6.2: Passive voice checks for French and Spanish - Yoast

Since launching the readability analysis way back when we’ve been steadily adding support for more and more languages. Today, with the release of Yoast SEO 6.2, we’re expanding our knowledge of languages again by introducing passive voice checks for the… Continue Reading →

Start a lucrative side hustle — 10 best hobbies that make money - GoDaddy Garage

There are several hobbies that make money, and my first taste of entrepreneurship actually came via a hobby of mine as a child — collecting baseball cards. My brothers and I would attend baseball card shows with our dad, and that… Continue Reading →

Automate – Now With Scheduling and Instant Email Alerts! - WPMU Dev

It’s awesome how many WPMU DEV members have embraced Automate, our automatic backup, update and safe upgrade tool, and today we’re excited to announce two new features brought to you by popular demanded from our members; schedules and instant email updates… Continue Reading →

Phanes 3D Printing Calculator for WordPress - WP Solver

January 23rd in WordPress Plugins by WordPress Jedi . So you enjoy 3D printing models? You could always earn a living from 3D printing other people’s models. The Phanes 3D Printing Calculator is a handy plugin that lets you start… Continue Reading →

Branding Trends to Look for in 2018 - Elegant Themes

It goes without saying that your branding is what sets you apart from your competitors. Your brand may consist of a logo paired with a recognizable color scheme but it should be much more than that. It’s how your customers… Continue Reading →

How to Switch from SmugMug to WordPress - Imagely

More and more we’re seeing photographers have the desire to move from SmugMug to WordPress, and for many reasons. Complete control over the user experience Additional display styles for galleries Lower fees and no commissions on sales Consistent branding due… Continue Reading →

20 Not-So-Obvious Fiverr Tips for Buyers (Learned First-Hand While Working on WordPress Projects) - Code In WP

While doing my research, I found lots of tips online about selling on Fiverr® but far less info about how to get the most out of your experience as a buyer. So, because I’ve been playing around with Fiverr quite… Continue Reading →

How to create a custom dashboard for your clients in WordPress - ManageWP Blog

As a long time WordPress user, your WordPress dashboard probably feels like a second home to you. But, for those new to the platform, that same dashboard can look quite intimidating when they first log in. As a WordPress developer,… Continue Reading →

5 Effective Small Business Marketing Techniques For 2018 - WP Aisle

When you start a company, there are several things that need your attention–things like building a strong team, creating the best product/service possible or streamlining your operations. Your first order of business, however, should be to build your customer base…. Continue Reading →

How to Fix the WordPress White Screen of Death – Video Tutorial - WinningWP

Home / Essentials / How to Fix the WordPress White Screen of Death – Video Tutorial By WinningWP Editorial January 23, 2018 So, your WordPress website is now simply a blank white screen… Not good! Luckily, although likely new to… Continue Reading →

WPML Contractors are Available to Take Projects of Any Size - WPML

Just a couple of weeks ago, we launched the new Contractors System and it already lists more than 80 excellent developers who can take a variety of projects at any size. The idea behind our contractors system is to connect… Continue Reading →

Banhammer! - Digging Into WordPress

Description Banhammer: Protect your site from enemy hordes! Banhammer gives you full control over who and what may access your site. Visit the Armory to monitor traffic and review suspicious visitors. If you find some user or bot that is… Continue Reading →

Agenda for January 23, 2018 - Make WordPress Themes

Channel: #themereview | Time: Tuesday January 23, 2018 1700UTC Items to be discussed: Update on review system [ link ] Theme unit test [ link ] PR review Theme Sniffer #79 [ link ] Summary of review weekend, took place on 20th… Continue Reading →

Get Around Your ISP’s DNS Cache with Google’s Public DNS - WP Shout

Get Around Your ISP’s DNS Cache with Google’s Public DNS – WPShout Skip to nav menu Skip to content 👋   We’re social! Main Topics: Link Topics: Fred Meyer / January 22, 2018 If you’ve ever migrated a WordPress site… Continue Reading →

Improving your Pagely User Experience – Meet ARES & the New Atomic - Pagely Blog

A NOTE FROM OUR CO-FOUNDER & CEO Early last year (2017) we began work on a near total overhaul of the customer facing side of Pagely. Our hosting dashboard application, […]

Super Stylish And Unique Divi Layout Pack For Digital Payments Websites - Elegant Themes

Happy Monday Divi Nation! Thanks for joining us for the next installment of our weekly Divi Design Initiative; where each week, we give away a brand new, free Divi Layout Pack from our design team to you. This week Kenny… Continue Reading →

Working with Classes, Templates, and Partials in WordPress - Tom McFarlin

When I sat down to begin this post, I planned to write something far more involved that I what I’m going to share. Initially, I wanted to walk through one of two things: The Complete Guide To Setting Up a… Continue Reading →

5 Easy List Building Techniques To Get You More Email Subscribers - Blogging Wizard

Growing your email list is important when starting your online business. Without a list of leads, acquiring business will be difficult. That’s why you often hear from markets that the money is in the list. But how do you go… Continue Reading →

How to Create a Property Rental or B&B WordPress Website with a Booking System - WP Lift

Have you ever wondered how many hotel, vacation rental, or bed and breakfast WordPress websites are in existence? According to the latest research performed in 2017, WordPress powers a way more (almost 20%) hotel websites than any other “competitor”. Sounds like a… Continue Reading →

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