Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS This week we focus on money; what we do with the money we earn, reinvesting, peer to peer lending, etc. As Jean is proudly joined… Continue Reading →
Tips this week include: • Kickoff of the Seriously Old Plugin Challenge • More info on the new noreferrer value on links that open in a new tab/window • Good news for those already on VaultPress • Why you should… Continue Reading →
Episode #305 File Monitoring and Dashboard Notes#podcast #wordpress Click To Tweet It’s Episode 305 and we’ve got plugins for Faster Image Insert , File Monitoring and Dashboard Notes. It’s all coming up on WordPress Plugins A-Z!Z! Podcast: Play in new… Continue Reading →
http://www.johnoverall.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/Episode11-WPPlugins-A-to-Z-Interviews.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed Subscribe to WPPlugins A to Z on iTunes | Android | Email | RSS Nikola Bojkov Embed Social a plugin for connecting several social networks into WordPress. This is a… Continue Reading →
Let’s help each other! Get your site ready for the move to PHP 7 plus get rid of major security issues by eliminating your seriously old plugins in this fun, free, and easy challenge for the month of May.
See how an easy way to test your WordPress plugins for PHP 7 compatibility in this quick MaAnna Minute video and tutorial.
In this episode, we look at local development, and how that can help your workflow. What options are there for local development, and what do you do with a local site when it’s time to deploy. This Weeks WordPress News… Continue Reading →
We have a great interview here with Dusty Davidson CEO of Flywheel we discuss the company’s early days and how he and the two other founders managed to get their first couple of hundred customers. We also talk about his… Continue Reading →
This week on WPwatercooler we’ll be expanding a bit on the topic from this week’s WPblab “WordPress Plugins – If you build it they will come” regarding what you should do after you build a WordPress plugin. On that show we… Continue Reading →
This week on WPblab Bridget Willard and Jason Tucker will be speaking with friend of the show Russell Aaron about what should you do after making a WordPress plugin. The post WPblab EP72 – WordPress Plugins – If you build… Continue Reading →
David Hobson has been working online for most of his career, and when he can’t find a way to do something he turns to technology for the answer. Since working at Foundr with Nathan Chan, he’s been using LinkedIn as… Continue Reading →
Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS Topics Include: Agency Work Enterprise & Obstacles Multisite & SAAS SAAS Apps Converting Plugins to SAAS Apps. Contributing to core. WordPress precautions. Predictions Mentioned on… Continue Reading →
Tips this week include: • Seriously old plugins challenge coming soon • WordPress ending support for old versions of IE • WordPress 4.7.4 added code that’s bad for SEO • Headway Themes dying a slow death • The new ad… Continue Reading →
Episode #304 Page Redirects, Blogs as Timelines #podcast #wordpress Click To Tweet It’s Episode 304 and we’ve got plugins for Displaying Work Teams, Folder Management, Page Redirects, Blogs as Tiimelines and a cool plugin to show recent purchases in your… Continue Reading →
Thinking about converting your site to HTTPS and still using Feedburner to deliver your blog posts via RSS to email for free? Be sure to update that feed when you do. And seriously consider moving to a more stable provider… Continue Reading →
We have a great panel this week and some interesting WordPress news stories. Our most important topic we look at what a marketing funnel is, and how they can help grow your business. Then we analyze how to build funnels… Continue Reading →
This week on WPwatercooler we discuss what keeps us using WordPress for the projects that we build. The post EP231 – What keeps you using WordPress? appeared first on WPwatercooler.
We have a great interview here with a friend of the show Lee Jackson of the Wpinnovator podcast and the Angled Crown WordPres agency. We cover how Lee establishes himself with the event industry based in the UK with his… Continue Reading →
Lee Jackson of the Event and Expo Podcast, and WordPress agency Angled Crown returns to talk event websites. We discuss how Lee aligned himself with the event and conference industry. He also speaks at length about Event Engine, a custom… Continue Reading →
Daniel Usenko grew up in the former Soviet Union, in a tiny republic called Abhkazia. When he was 7, a civil war broke out. After a year of brutal warfare, Daniel’s family escaped to Russia, and eventually to the United… Continue Reading →
Bridget Willard and Jen Miller are joined by Justine Pretorious to discuss Marketing hacks to build community connections at a WordCamp. The post WPblab EP71 – Community Connections – Building Them with WordCamp Marketing Hacks appeared first on WPwatercooler.
Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS Welcoming back James, the hosts get back to square one and catch up on both work and personal life, while sharing recent Pressnomics and business… Continue Reading →
Tips this week include: • Free Webinar – HTTPS Conversion for DIY Site Owners • Top 10 reasons why NOT to use free HTTPS conversion • Site audit and fixes workshop for webmasters • Old plugin challenge • Why Bob… Continue Reading →
Episode #303 Admin Menu Items, WordPress File Downloads #podcast #wordpress Click To Tweet It’s Episode 303 and we’ve got plugins for Admin Menu Items, WordPress File Downloads, Shortcodes within Excerpts, Two Factor Authentication and an easy way to edit WooCommerce… Continue Reading →
You may be wondering why it’s worth getting pro help to convert your site to HTTPS when your host has ways to do it for free. Well, I’ll give you 10 good reasons why.
We look at WordPress event management plugins, what do they do, and when will you need specific ones? What if you run recurring events? Say you run a once a year event, and need to sell tickets? What if you’re… Continue Reading →
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Tom is self-employed WordPress developer and editor at Tuts + Code who also is a top contributor to the WordPress community. Tom also runs a small business called Pressware. Tom also build solutions for others – web applications, sites, themes,… Continue Reading →