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Tips this week include: • HTTPS Redirects update • SiteGround and WP Fastest Cache test update • Why you need to split multiple sites into their own cPanels and how to do it • What new tests and tutorials are… Continue Reading →
Episode #318 Email Downloads, Subscribe to Comments #Wordpress #Plugins #Podcast Click To Tweet It’s Episode 318 and we’ve got plugins for Email Downloads, Subscribe to Comments, Post Type Convertors, Stock Photos, Shortcodes for WooCommerce Fields and Blocking User Accounts. It’s… Continue Reading →
We had a great round-table show here we really did have some great new stories and a really interesting discussion then in the second half of the show we want into some detail connected to our main topic “Tools For… Continue Reading →
This week on WPwatercooler we’ll be discussing what we’ve been up to and how things are going. The post EP243 – Catching up on stuff appeared first on WPwatercooler. Also on: Twitter
We have a great interview here with Dave Kiss founder of both Vimeography & WPLunchbox. We discuss Dave personal round into WordPress premium plugin development and what he has learnt by developing two quality premium plugins Vimeography & WPLunchbox…. Continue Reading →
Watch the video of this podcast here. The first thing Gin asks Ian is why should we livestream on Facebook? Why will it benefit our business and our audience? Ian says everyone needs to come up with their own why,… Continue Reading →
In web design, brand creation, and even creative, the psychology of color matters. In this episode of WPblab, Designer and Developer Meagan Hanes will talk us through some of the considerations on how color affects us — as consumers. The… Continue Reading →
Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS In this episode, we get to know David Henzel from Managing Happiness. David Henzel is well known in the WordPress community for being one of… Continue Reading →
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Tips this week include: • Live Open Q&A Chat for DIY SEO members • What’s happening in the Booming Bloggers Hub • How to migrate your site to a new host • How and why to switch your site to… Continue Reading →
Episode #317 Post Carousel & Slider, Facebook Messenger #Wordpress #Plugins #Podcast Click To Tweet It’s Episode 317 and we’ve got plugins for Caldera Forms, Post Carousel & Slider, Facebook Messenger, Before and After Images, Robot Fireworks and your listener feedback…. Continue Reading →
Get an overview and checklist of the steps needed to ensure your WordPress site has a smooth transition to PHP 7.
We have an exciting show here for you folks with a great panel of WordPress experts and thought leaders in the WordPress community. We covered a load of territory in this round-table episode. We had some interesting stories and the… Continue Reading →
Get a sneak peek at the new Custom HTML Text Widget in WordPress 4.8.1. It will safeguard your custom code in existing Text Widgets so that it doesn’t get stripped out as you make the switch to the new Custom… Continue Reading →
This week on WPwatercooler we’re going to be discussing how to structure your WordPress projects. If you are a PM or Project Lead or just want to learn more about how a well structured project operates you give this one… Continue Reading →
See the special steps you need to take before and after you migrate to a new host, especially if you’re currently using CloudFlare or have converted to HTTPS.
Robert DeVore is the owner and founder of WP Dispensary one of the leading plugin and theme shops aimed at the cannabis dispensary industry. We discuss Robert’s WordPress journey and what lead him to developer WP Dispensary also what have… Continue Reading →
This week Jason Tucker is joined by Verious Smith to discuss how you can market your Meetup.com group using WordPress. The post WPblab EP78 – Marketing your Meetup using WordPress appeared first on WPwatercooler. Also on: Twitter
In this episode, John James Jacoby and I are joined by Cody Landefield, Senior web strategist and founder of Mode Effect. Landefield describes some of the challenges that shop owners face and provides insight into a couple of WooCommerce projects… Continue Reading →
Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS In this week’s episode, James is accompanied by the Robby McCullough, one of the primary gentleman behind the awesome Beaver Builder. So, join Mastermind.FM… Continue Reading →
This little plugin is the BOMB for migrating WordPress sites. See why I’ve come to rely on it and why I recommend it for all designers and webmasters.
Tips this week include: • The Secure Site Setup Webinar this Thursday • New time for the live Tips Tuesday recap • How to bring joy back into your business • Site revamp projects • Accelerated site creation classes •… Continue Reading →
Episode #316 Customer Reviews, Cron Management #Wordpress #Plugins #Podcast Click To Tweet It’s Episode 316 and we’ve got plugins for Customer Reviews, Cron Management, Weather, Editing the TinyMCE Editor, Push Notifications and a new Chatbot exclusively for WooCommerce. It’s all… Continue Reading →
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We have a great discussion here on how to choose the right plugin connected to a WordPress project. When you been working with WordPress for a period, it becomes a lot easier to judge what’s a good quality and what… Continue Reading →
This week on WPwatercooler we’re going to discussing the different ways you can structure your data in WordPress and how planning early in the project will save you in the long run. The post EP241 – Structuring your data in… Continue Reading →
Tim Smith is a designer and frontend developer from Saint Paul, MN. He’s worked on the web for a decade, working with different companies and clients. Tim loves passing on knowledge by speaking and giving workshops. In 2013, he created… Continue Reading →
Tim Smith is a designer and front-end developer from Saint Paul, MN. He’s worked on the web for over a decade, working with different companies and clients. Tim loves passing on knowledge by speaking and giving workshops. In 2013, he… Continue Reading →
Your WordPress site has a set of master keys to protect your login. They are called SALT keys. And they need to be periodically rotated for better security from Brute Force attacks. Discover what your SALT keys do, where they… Continue Reading →