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How to choose the perfect WordPress theme - WP Loop

Until now, we hope that you have grasped the idea of WordPress themes and that you are ready to install one on the new blog. While installing themes takes less than a few minutes even if you are a complete… Continue Reading →

Keeping up With the WordPress Community When You’re Crazy Busy - WPMU Dev

From security updates and feature releases to new themes and best practices, WordPress is constantly changing. And when you work with WordPress every day, staying in the know is essential for keeping your site competitive. So how do you keep up? After… Continue Reading →

How To Design A Landing Page That Really “Converts” - Template Toaster

Looking for ultimate tips and tricks on how to design a landing page that is conversion-centric? No doubt, as a business you’ve just one clear-cut goal in mind- “to convert” as much as possible. Landing page is your golden opportunity… Continue Reading →

Find the best construction WordPress theme for your contracting business - GoDaddy Garage

If you’re a general contractor, construction manager or subcontractor, you owe it to your business to build a website. To get your business in front of new clients, you’ll need a quality website that stands out from the crowd. WordPress… Continue Reading →

Season 5B: E:9 Tom Willmot - Matt Report

On today’s episode, Sam and Corey hit the halfway mark of Season 5B by interviewing Tom Willmot, the CEO of Human Made. Tom talks about the agency along with the Happytables SaaS Product which has been the niche product when… Continue Reading →

WordPress Maintenance Checklist – 51 Tips and Practices (Infographic) - WP ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Maintaining your WordPress website is one of the best ways to ensure that you get a maximum return on your investment. Since creating a WordPress website involves a lot of hard work & money, keeping your site safe & secure… Continue Reading →

The future of the WordPress economy, and why I’m not worried - Post Status

Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Joshua Strebel, the CEO and co-founder of Pagely. Pagely was one of the first managed WordPress hosts and continues to be a market leader. Josh had some thoughts about the WordPress economy,… Continue Reading →

WSO Shell: The Hack Is Coming From Inside The House! - Wordfence Blog

Imagine that one day you discover that a burglar has broken into your home and attempted to make off with your big-screen TV. Fearing for your safety, you immediately contact local law enforcement, and they promptly apprehend the criminal. But to your… Continue Reading →

Transparency Report #28 – On Leadership, WordPress.org Challenges, and New Partnerships - Code In WP

Welcome to the 28th edition of the monthly transparency report (for May 2017). This is a series where I do my best to discuss all the current goings on that were at the center of our attention last month, plus… Continue Reading →

WordPress Weekly News 024: WordCamp 2018, WordPress marketing research, Disqus 3.0 and much more. - WP Blog

It’s that time of the week again where I bring you all the latest WordPress news from the past week. In this edition of WordPress Weekly News, we will talk about WordCamp 2018, WordPress marketing research, Disqus 3.0 and much… Continue Reading →

WordPress Theme Safety – How to Ensure the Theme Your Are Using is Secure - Torque

Two of the biggest reasons for WordPress’ success is how easy it is to customize and that there are so many free ways to do so. The WordPress directory is full of literally thousands of free themes and plugins and… Continue Reading →

How to Scan Your WordPress Site and Patch Security Vulnerabilities - WP Blog

How to Scan Your WordPress Site and Patch Security Vulnerabilities Security is one of the key aspects of your website. It is important to secure your content and website from outside interference and hacking. One can simply say that there… Continue Reading →

How to Add Two-Factor Authentication in WordPress for Free - WP Beginner

Have you noticed how popular sites like Facebook and Google are now giving you the ability to add two-factor authentication to improve security? Well now you can add two-factor authentication to your WordPress site. This ensures maximum security for your… Continue Reading →

How to Backup Your WordPress System - SitePoint

This article is part of a series created in partnership with SiteGround. Thank you for supporting the partners who make SitePoint possible. More from this author Hosting: What are Multi-Domain and Reseller Plans? Cloud Hosting: the Pros and Cons Few… Continue Reading →

Principles of Secure WordPress Code - WP Shout

Security is a very important topic. To secure WordPress, you must have responsible users making use of an instance of WordPress that is only executing secure code (maybe helped by some extra “hardening”) on a secured server. But a compromise… Continue Reading →

New in Wordfence 6.3.11: Abandoned and Removed Plugin Alerts - Wordfence Blog

On Thursday of last week, we released Wordfence 6.3.11 which included a really exciting new feature: we are now alerting you if you are running a plugin that either appears to be abandoned or has been removed from the WordPress.org… Continue Reading →

Guest blogging: How to allow guest posts on WordPress - GoDaddy Garage

Content marketing can be key to your business’s success for a number of reasons. It’s an ideal way to get more eyes to your website and position yourself as an authority within your industry. However, creating content yourself can easily… Continue Reading →

WordPress Plugin Roundup – June 2017 - iThemes

In this post, we round up 10 cool and useful (oh, and free!) WordPress plugins available on the WordPress Plugin Directory. This month’s WordPress Plugin Roundup includes everything from a way to add a reading progress bar to a page… Continue Reading →

30 Proven Tips to Secure Your WordPress Website in 2017 - WP Blog

Every month or even a week, you might hear a security vulnerability that is detected on WordPress and is being fixed. Also during the time patches are released, there are a lot of reports of WordPress websites being hacked and… Continue Reading →

10 Maintenance Services to Keep Your WordPress Website Secure - WP Newsify

Do you sometimes feel worn out by running a WordPress website? Even with my eyes closed, I can guarantee that you all raised your hands, is it right? Well, that’s nothing to be ashamed of, since running a WordPress site… Continue Reading →

WordPress Plugins A-Z #312 Gravity Forms CSS, Admin Notices - WP Plugins A to Z

Episode #312 Gravity Forms CSS, Admin Notices #Wordpress #Plugins #Podcast Click To Tweet It’s Episode 312 and we’ve got plugins for Talking like a Pirate, WooCommerce for Logged-In Users, Gravity Forms CSS, Admin Notices, Tracking Site Changes and integrating ChatBots… Continue Reading →

4 website costs to consider when setting a budget for your business site - GoDaddy Garage

Building a website for your small business is arguably one of the most important projects you’ll undertake. While in an ideal world your available resources wouldn’t be a factor, in reality your budget is likely to loom large over any… Continue Reading →

Kinsta Kingpin: Interview with James Kemp - Kinsta Blog

You can find James on Twitter, CodeCanyon, and Github. This is our recent interview with him, as part of our Kinsta Kingpin series. Q1: What is your background, & how did you first get involved with WordPress? In 2009 I got a job… Continue Reading →

Dynamic Page Templates in WordPress, Part 3 - Tuts+

In the first two parts of this tutorial series, we covered what dynamic page templates were and why they were needed. We also looked at the code required to implement them.  In this third and final tutorial in the series, I’ll… Continue Reading →

WordCamp Europe 2017: “WordPress Speaks All Languages” - Torque

WordCamp Europe took place over the weekend in Paris, France. The global conference, which brought together 1,900 developers, designers, professionals and enthusiasts from 79 different countries all over the world, sheds light on the globalization of WordPress and highlights the diversity… Continue Reading →

How to Make WordPress Comments Completely, Totally Stop - WPMU Dev

For some of the websites you create, comments are completely unnecessary. Sometimes it’s a matter of not wanting people to comment on your pages. Posts are fine, but why does WordPress even think that pages would need comments? Then there’s… Continue Reading →

How to install WordPress CMS - WP Loop

WordPress is the most popular content management system. Everybody knows that, and it is not that hard to choose WordPress as your personal blogging platform since there are millions of users worldwide who can vouch for it. If you are… Continue Reading →

The 1 simple way to make more money in 2017 - Chris Lema

If you want to make more money in 2017, you don’t need 12, 37 or 101 new ways. You need this one trick. This one strategy. Check it out. Can I ask you a question? Over the last several weeks,… Continue Reading →

Celebrating 150 Podcast Episodes with a Facebook Live Stream & Giveaway [VIDEO] - The WP Chick

Connect On Facebook Powered by the Simple Social Press This was a little belated in celebrating reaching 150 episodes, but it was fun nonetheless. I first have to thank my awesome friends who donated to the giveaway: Thank you: Beaver… Continue Reading →

What to consider before you open an online store - GoDaddy Garage

You’ve decided to open an online store. You’re probably feeling excited and, maybe, a bit intimidated. If this is your first foray into eCommerce, you don’t want to waste your valuable time and money on tools and tasks that won’t… Continue Reading →

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