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Deactivating WordPress Plugins with SQL - Tom McFarlin

If you inherit a WordPress codebase, regardless of the age of the project, there may be a lot of context that you don’t have as to why certain decisions were made or how things were implemented. This may include the… Continue Reading →

How to Blend Your Header & Body Using Divi’s Post Content Module & Section Dividers - Elegant Themes

By now, we’ve all gotten used to Divi’s built-in section divider. They help add that extra touch to the websites we build. They also serve as a smooth transition between two different sections, but with Divi’s Theme Builder, the approach… Continue Reading →

How to Start a Podcast with WordPress - Elegant Themes

Let’s talk about podcasting. Because it seems like everybody already is. Podcasting is taking over content creation and media and spreading like wildfire. Nearly everyone wants to get a part of the billion dollar industry, so we want to give… Continue Reading →

How to Configure Your WooCommerce Shipping Options - Elegant Themes

WooCommerce is an ecommerce tool for WordPress that lets you sell digital and physical goods. If you’re selling physical goods, it’s important to understand all of the shipping options available to you and how to configure them to suit your… Continue Reading →

The 5 Best WordPress User Profile Plugins for 2020 - WP Warfare

We’re all witnesses to the immense power of social media. We’ve seen how tightly knit and well organized online communities can affect the real world, create global movements, and even influence political opinions. Not to mention the wonders they can… Continue Reading →

The Complete Guide to WordPress REST API Basics - Kinsta Blog

The WordPress REST API is in the process of changing WordPress. You may not have noticed, as a lot of it is under the hood, but the implications of the REST API make a huge difference to the future of… Continue Reading →

How To Fix the Referenced PHPCompatibility Sniff Error - Tom McFarlin

There are a lot of nice packages that we can use in our PHP-based projects and if you’re using Composer or GrumPHP, PHPCompatibility is one that I recommend including your projects especially if you’re writing code for something that’s going… Continue Reading →

WordPress User Roles and Capabilities: Tutorial for Beginners - Template Toaster

WordPress User Roles defines the set of permissions a user has. It completely makes sense that why would you allow just anyone to access your WordPress website. And if you are new to WordPress then this tutorial guide for beginners… Continue Reading →

10 Smart Ways To Speed up WordPress & Reduce Loading Time - Shout Me Loud

Want to reduce your WordPress website loading time? Well, I’m sharing nine smart tricks that you could use right now to speed up a WordPress website. How to use SML WordPress Speedup Tutorial: SML = ShoutMeLoud Even though I have… Continue Reading →

Introducing Remove Empty Shortcodes - Tom McFarlin

Last week, I discussed everything that went my decision on retiring site memberships. For those who were members (or even read the initial idea), you may recall that I was using Restrict Content Pro to power the site. When retiring… Continue Reading →

Exclusive Divi Black Friday Gift #1: A Stunning Landing Page Layout Pack - Elegant Themes

It’s Time Black Friday Insane Sale When Black Friday comes around, we like to do something really special. This is the only time of the year that we offer our biggest discount ever. Once the sale is over, the discount… Continue Reading →

Constant Contact Add-On 1.2 Update - Gravity Forms Blog

We have just updated our Constant Contact Add-On for Gravity Forms. In this new Gravity Forms Constant Contact Add-On v1.2 update, you’ll find: Fixed an issue where submissions may fail to be sent to Constant Contact because of an authentication… Continue Reading →

How to Easily Change the Author in WordPress - Elegant Themes

There are a number of times when you may want to change the author of a WordPress post. For example, if you have a ghostwriter (or several), the original author won’t be the person who you want a post published… Continue Reading →

How I keep my client sites safe with GoDaddy Pro - GoDaddy Garage

Security has been one of the biggest concerns on everyone’s lips recently, especially surrounding WordPress websites. As quickly as we come out with newer, safer pieces of software, it seems like hackers and bots gain more and more traction. As… Continue Reading →

How to Serve WebP Images instead of JPG or PNG with WordPress - Elegant Themes

Google sits at the top of the internet food chain. The company influences (or dictates) a lot of what happens online. And their new image format, WebP, continues that trend. With page load speed being increasingly important (primarily because of… Continue Reading →

You Should Be Using PHP Filtering Functions, Part 2 - Tom McFarlin

In the previous post, I talked about the reasons using PHP filtering functions is more useful rather than not. In short, doing so helps to provide a level of validation that’s built into the language so that we don’t have… Continue Reading →

WordPress Plugin Development Best Practices: Template Files - Delicious Brains

When we talk about templates in WordPress we are normally referring to page template files in the theme. However, there are plugins that use template files to display content, and that becomes another consideration when it comes to building WordPress… Continue Reading →

Best Of WordPress Contact Form Plugins - JustWP

For modern day websites, it is very much important to have proper communication channel onboard. While some just consider putting up their email address but other than this, it is much good if one put on contact form as with… Continue Reading →

Movable Type vs WordPress in 2019: A Detailed Comparison - Elegant Themes

WordPress has evolved a lot since its early days. The last two years, in particular, have brought massive changes including the Block Editor. Other platforms, such as Movable Type, have stuck to their roots of accessibility and ease of use… Continue Reading →

CartFlows: An Overview and Review - Elegant Themes

With the right tools, you can easily transform your WordPress website into an online store. The problem is, most e-commerce plugins focus on enabling you to make sales rather than optimizing the entire conversion process. That means you could be… Continue Reading →

You Should Be Using PHP Filtering Functions, Part 1 - Tom McFarlin

I’ve talked about data sanitization in WordPress in previous posts. This is a topic that’s important not only for those of us working to build solutions for others in WordPress, but also for those who are writing code that will… Continue Reading →

WordPress hacks: 5 ways to protect WordPress from hacking - GoDaddy Garage

Editor’s note: This article originally published by Dutch Hill on the Sucuri Blog. WordPress is one of the most popular content management systems (CMS) out there. That’s why it is vital to prevent WordPress hacking. Statistically, over 33% of websites… Continue Reading →

WordPress Ecommerce Hosting, powered by WooCommerce - GoDaddy Garage

GoDaddy and WooCommerce have teamed up to make building an online store with WordPress easier than ever. Our new WordPress Ecommerce Hosting plan comes with a pre-installed online store powered by WooCommerce, plus a variety of premium extensions including Advanced… Continue Reading →

13 Solid Ecommerce Strategies to Skyrocket Sales During the 2019 Holiday Season - Kinsta Blog

The holiday season is coming fast: Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Thanksgiving, Christmas. It’s one event after another! And with them comes a huge surge of customers. Is your online store ready for the rush? Today we’re going to share with… Continue Reading →

WordPress 5.3 “Kirk” Released, Brings New Default Theme, Editor Improvements, and UI Tweaks - WP Tavern

Rahsaan Roland KirkCredit: Heinrich Klaffs CC BY-SA 2.0 WordPress 5.3 “Kirk,” named in honor American jazz musician Rahsaan Roland Kirk, is now available for download. The update includes a new default theme named Twenty Twenty, user interface improvements aimed at… Continue Reading →

Mental Health and Wellbeing in the WordPress Community - WP Mayor

Mental health and wellbeing in the WordPress community are topics that have been getting more attention lately, and deservedly so. The WP&UP initiative has been at the forefront of this effort. This is an introduction to their story.

Case Study – How To Move Your WordPress Client To A New Server Correctly - JustWP

Moving a client to a new server is a part of the job that can come up from time to time. There have been a surprising number of clients that I have met who were hosting with their web developers…. Continue Reading →

How to Display Highlighted Code Snippets on Your WordPress Site - Elegant Themes

Just about every technology blogger, content creator, or developer needs to sometimes display highlighted code snippets on their blog. That can be a headache in and of itself. However, highlighting a line or lines within that snippet can also be… Continue Reading →

How to Create a Custom Fullscreen Global Header with Divi’s Theme Builder - Elegant Themes

If you’re looking for a way to create a global header for your website that doesn’t take up a lot of space, you’re going to love this tutorial. We’ll show you how to create a fullscreen global header using Divi’s… Continue Reading →

How to podcast — A complete guide to starting and growing a podcast - GoDaddy Garage

With the recent surge in the popularity of podcasting, you might be wondering how to podcast for yourself or your business. After all, even former President Obama signed a deal to launch a podcast with Spotify, and other celebrities are… Continue Reading →

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