Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS This week, Jean and James are joined by Amir Helzer, founder of WPML, which is perhaps the best WordPress Multilingual plugin. Having met abroad in Israel,… Continue Reading →
Episode #308 WooCommerce Stickers, Disabling the Cart #podcast #wordpress Click To Tweet It’s Episode 308 and we’ve got plugins for Duplicating Menus, Video Thumbnails, WooCommerce Stickers, Disabling the Cart and Multi-step for Contact Form 7. It’s all coming up on… Continue Reading →
http://www.johnoverall.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/Episode12-WPPlugins-A-to-Z-Interviews.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed Subscribe to WPPlugins A to Z on iTunes | Android | Email | RSS Interview 12 with Dan Sauerhaft of RePubHub Find more information at http://www.repubhub.com This Interview covers some… Continue Reading →
This week on WPwatercooler we’ll be discussing how you can manage your WordPress website(s) using external services making easy work to update multiple websites. The post EP235 – Managing WordPress with External Services appeared first on WPwatercooler.
This week on WPblab Bridget Willard and Jason Tucker will be discussing the ways in which you can manage social media using 3rd party tools to help you the WordPress freelancer spend less time doing more. The post WPblab EP73… Continue Reading →
Welcome to the 4th volume of the WordPress photography Q&A episodes for the WordPress Photography Podcast. Our goal is to do a Q&A episode every ten episodes. Ask your question for the next Q&A here. In this episode, Scott answers… Continue Reading →
Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS This week Jean and James have a classic mastermind discussion about renewal rates and how one goes about writing more. From why everyone needs to… Continue Reading →
Watch the video of this podcast here. Andrew begins the interview by explaining the varied symptoms of anxiety including: sweats; a fast-beating heart; feeling shaky; overthinking; doubt and/or worry. He points out that the ‘fight and flight’ response is hardwired… Continue Reading →
The month of May is Mental Health Awareness month. On this episode, Ed Finkler, founder of Open Sourcing Mental Illness (OSMI), and Bridget Willard, Marketing Manager for WordImpress, join me to raise awareness of mental health. We start the show… Continue Reading →
May 16, 2017 Today we’re going to be talk about updates on what we’ve been up to recently. Then we’ll answer some of the questions that have come in from our readers and listeners. Sit back and enjoy the show!… Continue Reading →
Tips this week include: Do you have a contingency plan in place for your online business? A powerful new integration for bringing Google Search Console data into Analytics Upcoming livestream from Google on Ads, Analytics, and DoubleClick What’s up with… Continue Reading →
Episode #307 Creating Catalogs, Live Group Chat #podcast #wordpress Click To Tweet It’s Episode 307 and we’ve got plugins for Creating Catalogs, Live Group Chat, Grabbing Youtube Subtitles, Google Customer Reviews and Custom User Profiles. It’s all coming up on… Continue Reading →
Easily see how folks find your site in search and what pages and posts they visit on your site with this new integration from Google.
That’s it. I’ve had it with the W3TC plugin. See why I won’t use it again and advise you don’t either.
This week on WPwatercooler – Optimizing your WooCommcerce so you can sell more using your WordPress website. The post EP234 – WordPress eCommerce – Optimizing WooCommerce appeared first on WPwatercooler.
On this episode of WordPress Weekly, I’m joined by James Farmer, co-founder and CEO of Incsub. Farmer has been involved in the WordPress community for 11 years and in that time, he and I have butted heads, mildly speaking. Last year, Farmer… Continue Reading →
Cory Miller started iThemes back in 2008 as a premium theme company for WordPress. Today he and his company are best known for their Backup Buddy plugin and iThemes security. He’s also the co-author of WordPress All-in-One for Dummies and… Continue Reading →
Meher Bala joins Bridget Willard and Jen Miller to discuss the topic of Community Connections – WorldPress at Home in India. Find the local time for this live stream by clicking here. The post WPblab EP74 – Community Connections –… Continue Reading →
Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS Transparency and paying forward good advice; this episode takes on a new format, based on experience and hard learned lessons from both of our hosts,… Continue Reading →
Tips this week include: • The Future of WordPress Site Ownership webinar replay going public • An update on the Seriously Old Plugin Challenge and how you can benefit by participating • How to find where plugins are used on… Continue Reading →
Episode #306 Login Redirects, Video Comments #podcast #wordpress Click To Tweet It’s Episode 306 and we’ve got plugins for First Time Login Redirects, Recent Posts, Instagram Integration, Video Comments and a new way to add banners to your videos. It’s… Continue Reading →
We Interview Tenko Nikolov, CEO and Managing Partner at SiteGround SiteGround is a successful hosting company with hundreds of employees. Located in Europe, its CEO, Tenko Nikolov, has been fixated on growing his brand by focused on success across the… Continue Reading →
Outdated plugins can introduce a serious security issue on your site. See easy ways to find outdated plugins and ones that have been removed from the WordPress Plugins Repository.
2017 is a year of major transition for WordPress site owners. Find out what you need to update, upgrade, or change on your site sooner rather than later.
Our panel looks at LMS plugins and platforms for WordPress. What is a LMS? What should you look for in an LMS solution? This Weeks News Stories 1 – 10up Releases WP Docker, an Open Source Docker Configuration for Local… Continue Reading →
This week on WPwatercooler we’ll be discussing how to go about documenting a WordPress project. If you are wanting to provide docs for your clients or you just want to remember what you did with that conditional last week. How… Continue Reading →
As CEO & Co-Founder, Zack Rosen leads the charge to define what developers need now, & what they and their clients will need 5 years from now—and beyond. Zack pioneered the first large-scale Drupal website for the Howard Dean campaign… Continue Reading →
Bryan Caporicci was previously a guest in episode 6. He is an award-winning wedding and portrait photographer based out of Fonthill, Canada. Bryan specializes in creating natural, relaxed and fun imagery. He is a Fuji X Photographer as well as… Continue Reading →
It’s estimated that roughly 20% of the population will deal with the medical diagnosis of mental health issue every year and among IT professionals that percentage is even higher. Ed Finkler is a lead developer who has been in the… Continue Reading →
In this episode, I’m joined by John James Jacoby. We recap WordCamp Chicago 2017 and learn about what he’s been up to as of late. Jacoby was recently elected as a trustee by the Village of East Troy, WI. We… Continue Reading →