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How to Install WordPress on a Separate Subdomain Site (No Multisite Required) - WPMU Dev

In this post, you will learn how to set up a WordPress site on its own separate subdomain without using Multisite. Note: This article is intended for WPMU DEV members, as it utilizes features of WPMU DEV hosting. If you… Continue Reading →

How To Get the Most Out of Client Billing - WPMU Dev

WPMU DEV’s Client Billing is perfect for creating and managing subscriptions, sending professional invoices, and providing your clients with an elegant white label portal where they can pay and manage their accounts (and websites, too). This article covers all of… Continue Reading →

How to Use SmartCrawl’s Schema Types Builder: Advanced Features - WPMU Dev

This article introduces you to advanced features of SmartCrawl that will help make configuring supported complex schema types on your WordPress site easier. Say hello to SmartCrawl’s Schema Types Builder’s advanced features. Schema markup is code that helps search engines… Continue Reading →

HTTPS & SSL: The Definitive Guide To Securing Your Website - WPMU Dev

In this definitive how to SSL guide, we’re going to explore the topic in detail, and provide some great resources, so you can secure your website with confidence and ease. Your site is a valuable asset that you’ve poured time,… Continue Reading →

Everything You Need to Know About Web Application Firewalls (WAFs) - WPMU Dev

This article is your one-stop, 360-degree resource covering all the information you need to know about WAFs, including how they function, what they protect against, how to implement them, and much more! Protecting your web applications against malicious security attacks… Continue Reading →

Run Your WordPress Business Like a Pro with WPMU DEV - WPMU Dev

Hey, web developer! How many sites do you think you can easily set up and manage on your own or as part of a small agency? With WPMU DEV we reckon it’s absolutely loads of them… and here’s how. In… Continue Reading →

An Epic Journey About Being a WordPress Services Reseller Using WPMU DEV - WPMU Dev

A story of one WordPress developer’s experience – from when a client arrives, to working on web development, billing — and beyond. This article will take you through the entire journey, from when a client first contacts you to the… Continue Reading →

8 Reasons Why NOT To Develop WordPress Locally - WPMU Dev

Yep, we’re going there. While we haven’t completely abandoned local development, we believe that in today’s current WordPress environment, online staging is the way to go. Local development in WordPress is really good―in theory. While you could spout a list… Continue Reading →

Protect Your WordPress Site from Bad Bots for Free with Defender’s User Agent Banning - WPMU Dev

Learn how to protect your site from bad bots while allowing visits from safe user agents with our all-in-one WordPress security plugin Defender. Your website’s security is under threat 24/7, whether it’s from a serious DDoS attack,  XSS attack, SQL… 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

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

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 →

WPWeekly Episode 327 – Truth, Misinformation, and Good Ideas - WordPress Weekly

In this episode, John James Jacoby and I discuss what’s new in the world of WordPress. First, we talk about Syed Balkhi’s growth accelerator fund and learn that Jacoby pitched a similar idea to Balkhi at WordCamp Miami 2017. We… Continue Reading →

Episode 64 – Outsourcing Blogging & Newsletters w/ Beth Teutschmann - Imagely Photography Podcast

Beth is a professional editing unicorn and photographer virtual assistant, taking care of tasks for photographers like retouching and editing, blogging, newsletters, and more. On an average day, you can find her hanging out with Lightroom, drinking, or even playing… Continue Reading →

Episode 96 – Financial Forecasting with Christie Chirinos - Mastermind

Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS This week I was excited to speak with Christie Chirinos from CalderaWP. I had followed her WordCamp EU presentation on the topic of financial… Continue Reading →

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