Your WordPress News Dashboard

10 Best Point-of-Sale Tools and Plugins for Your WordPress Business - WPMU Dev

If your commerce platform is online and in-person, you need flexibility regarding payments. This article covers agile point-of-sale tools and plugins that can power your business on WordPress. We will showcase some plugins and other options that allow you to… Continue Reading →

Tried and Tested Tips on How to Negotiate a $3K-$5K Client Into a $20K-$30K One - WPMU Dev

Want to turn a $3K-$5K client into a $20K-$30K one? Luckily, as a WordPress developer, you can do so relatively easily. It’s about your approach, communication, and what to offer. This article covers some tips on negotiating a higher price… Continue Reading →

10 Types of Terrifying Clients for Your WordPress Development Services - WPMU Dev

Most clients are great to work with. However, beware! Lurking in the shadows can sometimes emerge an unsavory client that is difficult, demanding, unreliable – downright scary. This article covers 10 different types of clients you may want to avoid…. Continue Reading →

SmartCrawl’s Newest Release Adds A Handful of New Features, Plus Greater Flexibility in Options - WPMU Dev

SmartCrawl version 3.4 adds multiple keyword analysis, additional SEO recommendations, the ability to disable SEO & Readability Analysis in the post list, and more. For free. SmartCrawl has been SEO optimized from the start, but each new version further improves… Continue Reading →

The Year in Review at WPMU DEV: A Look Back and a Peek Ahead - WPMU Dev

Is everyone still basking in that holiday glow? Many of us here at WPMU DEV took a wee break over Christmas, but are back in the full swing of things now. Topping my to-do list was putting this roundup/roadmap post… Continue Reading →

You’re Safe! Hummingbird’s Newest Release Allows for Manual Optimization in Protected Mode - WPMU Dev

Fine tuning your website through manual optimization can be tricky, but our new Safe Mode feature in Hummingbird puts that problem in the rearview. Now, you can now test optimization in a temporary area that allows for non-permanent changes, so… Continue Reading →

You’re Safe! Hummingbird’s Newest Release Allows for Manual Optimization in Protected Mode - WPMU Dev

Fine tuning your website through manual optimization can be tricky, but our new Safe Mode feature in Hummingbird puts that problem in the rearview. Now, you can now test optimization in a temporary area that allows for non-permanent changes, so… Continue Reading →

Automate Global IP Banning with Defender and The Hub (for Free!) - WPMU Dev

Our new Global IP Banning feature saves you loads of time securing sites. Simply create your IP block and allowlist once, then automatically sync to some or all of your WordPress sites with a few clicks. A global IP allowlist… Continue Reading →

The Ultimate Guide To Domain Name Security - WPMU Dev

Registering a new domain through WPMU DEV? This Domain Security Guide provides all the information you need to learn how to keep your domains safe, secure, and protected. Keeping your online presence safe, secure, and protected from hackers, malicious software,… Continue Reading →

How to Point a Domain to WPMU DEV Hosting - WPMU Dev

Pointing domains… nameservers… figuring out DNS… it can all feel daunting! Fortunately, WPMU DEV makes it easy, whether you’re working with a domain purchased from us or from another provider. We break it all down in this article. Keep reading… Continue Reading →

How to Merge Table Cells in a Table in WordPress?

Wondering how to merge one of more cells in a table within the default WordPress editor? Let’s get straight to the point here – note that I’m writing this on June 8th 2022: – You can’t (yet)! Not without some… Continue Reading →

How to Create a Business Email for Your WordPress Site

There has been considerable discussion about the statement that email is dead. We will not join these disputes but only add a few words. Long live email! It is still active and doing well, and there is no need to… Continue Reading →

Episode 82 – The Perfect Google My Business Post - Imagely Photography Podcast

Sometimes social platforms tell us exactly what they want to see. Exactly what will ensure the content is seen. What triggers the platform’s algorithm show your stuff. In this episode, we want to share exactly what Google shares that does… Continue Reading →

Episode 80 – The Travel & Tour Photography Business with Kevin Wenning - Imagely Photography Podcast

Kevin Wenning operates international bicycle tours designed for photographers. After several years of photographing client work in the studio & commercial projects, Kevin discovered travel photography. A couple of years into travel photography, he founded Intentionally Lost to combine his… Continue Reading →

438 – WP Cron and Action Scheduler - Your Website Engineer

Announcements WooCommerce 3.6 shipped Dashicons in WordPress 5.2 Is there a plugin for that? With more than 50,000 plugins in the WordPress repository, it’s hard to find the perfect one. Each week, I will highlight an interesting plugin form the… Continue Reading →

Episode 79 – Changing Categories (and Tags) in Bulk - Imagely Photography Podcast

There was a question in the WordPress for Photographers group on Facebook asking about changing categories for a few hundred posts in bulk. Is there a way to change the category of 300 posts in a quick way? There are… Continue Reading →

436 – Speed Up Your Site By Lazy Loading Images - Your Website Engineer

In today’s episode, we look at how to speed up our site by adding a lazy loading images plugin. View on YourWebsiteEngineer.com

435 – Getting Your PHP Version Current - Your Website Engineer

In today’s episode, we talk about how to update to PHP 7.2 and the performance boosts you’ll see by running the latest version. View on YourWebsiteEngineer.com

Episode 78 – Sensual Photos Dreamy Site with Molly Marie Keyser - Imagely Photography Podcast

Through the appropriate marketing, sales, and pricing strategies Molly Marie Keyser grew her boudoir photography business from .81 cents to 6 figures a year. In addition to being a photographer, Molly helps other photographers grow their boudoir businesses by being… Continue Reading →

Episode 77 – Block Editor Workflow Tips - Imagely Photography Podcast

For today’s episode we wanted to share some workflow tips for the new block editor in WordPress 5.0 and above. The new editor can actually speed up your content creation process, and not because of blocks specifically. But rather, because… Continue Reading →

Episode 76 – Branding Your Photography Business with Keith Stoeckeler - Imagely Photography Podcast

Keith Stoeckeler is the VP of Digital at MKTG, and his work encompasses web and app development, social and digital strategy, content development and video production, influencer marketing, and talent relationships, social listening and insights. Yes, MKTG does a lot… Continue Reading →

Episode 74 – Diagnosing Broken Previews in WordPress - Imagely Photography Podcast

In this episode we discuss a popular question which has come up since WordPress 5.0 was released. Many people are finding their page and post Preview functionalities are broken. The Previews are either working, not showing updated information, or are… Continue Reading →

425 – WordPress Block Editor’s Hidden Features - Your Website Engineer

Announcements WordCamp Dayton on March 1 and 2 Is there a plugin for that? With more than 50,000 plugins in the WordPress repository, it’s hard to find the perfect one. Each week, I will highlight an interesting plugin form the… Continue Reading →

424 – Convert Existing Posts to Gutenberg Blocks - Your Website Engineer

Announcements WooCommerce Blocks is Now a Feature Plugin, Version 1.3.0 Introduces 6 New Blocks WordPress 5.1 Beta 2 Is there a plugin for that? With more than 50,000 plugins in the WordPress repository, it’s hard to find the perfect one…. Continue Reading →

Episode 73 – Massive Brand Shift w/ Mike Allebach - Imagely Photography Podcast

Originally called “The Tattooed Bride Photographer”, Mike started a movement to make Tattooed Brides acceptable. He believes in the power of In Person Sales and Album Sales to create life long clients. Never having held a sales job in his… Continue Reading →

422 – Creating Reusable Blocks in WordPress 5.0 - Your Website Engineer

Announcements Introducing the 2019 ‘Anything Is Possible’ List Jetpack’s Blog highlights how to build a barber shop website, a school website and more! Is there a plugin for that? With more than 50,000 plugins in the WordPress repository, it’s hard… Continue Reading →

Episode 71 – Sticky Clients, Like Glue w/ Nate Grahek - Imagely Photography Podcast

Nate is a photographer, educator, marketing technology nerd, and entrepreneur, He is passionate about helping others do more of what they love. After seeing his own portrait clients reaction to the custom mobile apps he was building for them, Nate… Continue Reading →

Episode 69 – Being Thankful and Thinking About 2019 - Imagely Photography Podcast

It’s Thanksgiving this week, so we want to take a moment to share some words of advice. Start thinking about your books and getting all your financial and tax stuff organized. The new year will be coming up fast now… Continue Reading →

Episode 68 – Making Client Onboarding Awesome w/ Latoya Dixon Smith - Imagely Photography Podcast

Latoya Dixon Smith is a wedding and portrait photographer based in Greenville, SC. She has been widely featured in publications, including The Huffington Post, 99U, and The Greenville Business Magazine. Along with photographing couples eager to create their own, new… Continue Reading →

Episode 66 – Personal Brand Photography w/ Jamie Swanson - Imagely Photography Podcast

Jamie Swanson is a former wedding photographer, now a personal brand photographer and founder of The Modern Tog. Jamie has an immense amount of tools and resources available for photographers, from starting a business, setting prices, getting more clients and… Continue Reading →

« Older posts

© 2023 WP News Desk — Powered by WordPress and WP RSS Aggregator | Hosted by WP Engine

Up ↑