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WordPress Plugin Conflicts: How to Check for Them and What to Do - WPMU Dev

When you think about the potential problems plugins can cause for your WordPress site, you probably think about poorly coded plugins that lead to performance issues and security vulnerabilities, right? Or maybe you’ve read something recently about fake plugins and… Continue Reading →

WordPress Monthly Roundup November 2017: WPTS Monthly Schedule #5 - WP Team Support

Howdy and welcome to the fifth episode of the WordPress monthly roundup of WP Team Support. We are almost at the end of 2017 and a lot had happened in the WordPress world in November. To narrow things we have… Continue Reading →

How Much Does a WordPress Website Cost? (YouTube Video) - WinningWP

Home / Basics / How Much Does a WordPress Website Cost? (YouTube Video) By WinningWP Editorial December 15, 2017 The question of ‘how much does a WordPress website cost’ is a difficult one to answer – and the first question… Continue Reading →

Best WordPress Backup Plugins Comparison – Find Out Where BackUpBuddy, UpDraftPlus, BlogVault and BackWPUp Stands - WP Newsify

With over 50,000 WordPress plugins in WordPress library, it can be hard to pick out the right plugins for any website. In the battle of total domination, the need to be the best has never been more in demand. As… Continue Reading →

Dominate WordPress maintenance with ManageWP and these 7 plugins - ManageWP Blog

If you don’t know by now, ManageWP is one of the best tools around for managing multiple WordPress sites. You can manage backups, uptime monitoring, security and speed scans, analytics, WooCommerce transactions and plugin, theme and core file updates all… Continue Reading →

18 tips for starting a WordPress blog in 2018 - GoDaddy Garage

No matter what year it might be, starting a WordPress blog can be a little exciting, a little confusing, and sometimes even a little frustrating. There are so many things to learn, and it can be a lot to take in…. Continue Reading →

New Service Vulnerability Disclosure Policy - Wordfence Blog

The Wordfence team regularly discovers security issues with commercial services, such as WordPress hosting providers, that put their users at risk. In some cases, the issue is quite severe, putting thousands of websites at risk simultaneously. In these instances, our… Continue Reading →

Business consultants: Grow your business with these 6 WordPress plugins - GoDaddy Garage

Business consultants are always looking for innovative strategies to generate clients. While word-of-mouth and referrals are excellent ways to drive new leads, it should not be the only method you use to build your book of business. Many forward-thinking business advisors are… Continue Reading →

How to WordPress: PHP Upgrade from 5.6 to 7 Step by Step Guide - Template Toaster

Have you upgraded to PHP7 for WordPress? NO.. wait, are you unaware of requirements for PHP version 7, benefits or concerned about any related issues? Don’t know about WordPress PHP upgrade procedure? No more worries – you are at the right place… Continue Reading →

What WordPress Means to Me - WP Shout

With Gutenberg in the wings, the WordPress community is full of lots of tumult. People are worried that the WordPress they’ve built their business and career on is suddenly going to become something else. Something with different priorities, goals, or… Continue Reading →

Agenda for December 14th Support Meeting - Support Everything WordPress

General Announcements WordPress 4.9.1, how’s it going? Checkin with International Support Liaisons Time permitting: Open floor For any other items to discuss please add them in the comments below, or bring them up in the meeting. The meeting will be… Continue Reading →

What Marketers Need to Know About the Internet of Things - WP Aisle

The Internet of Things (IoT) is undeniably a big business. In 2016, the global spending in IoT hit $737 billion, and the number of connected devices is set to rise from 15.4 billion in 2015 to as many as 200… Continue Reading →

How to use FTP to upload files to WordPress for Beginners - WP Beginner

Are you looking to learn how to use FTP to upload files on your WordPress website? FTP or file transfer protocol is a fast and simple way to upload files from your computer to your website. In this article, we… Continue Reading →

Shopify or WooCommerce – Which is Better for eCommerce (YouTube Video)? - WinningWP

Home / eCommerce / Shopify or WooCommerce – Which is Better for eCommerce (YouTube Video)? By WinningWP Editorial December 11, 2017 A few years ago, just about any serious eCommerce store would have been built using Magento. And then came… Continue Reading →

WordPress Weekly News 44: More Than 5400 WordPress Websites Hacked, WordPress 4.9.1 and Much More - WP Blog

In this edition of WordPress Weekly News, we will cover how more than 5400 WordPress websites got hacked, WordPress 4.9.1, and an international study showing WordPress at the top of the CMS market. Let’s begin. Keylogger Infects More Than 5400… Continue Reading →

7 Keys to Creating an Irresistable Subscribe Button - Elegant Themes

Subscribe buttons, we see them everywhere on practically every site. They come in different shapes and different colors but how do you create one that is irresistible and highly convertible? In this post, we’ll be helping you with that process… Continue Reading →

Know it all – Advantages and Disadvantages of using WordPress - WPVKP

WordPress is by far the best and most convenient Content Management System (CMS), there are no second thoughts to that. It is the favorite site builder we have. It operates over well-known sites like TechCrunch, CNN, The New Yorker, MTV… Continue Reading →

Single vs Multiple/Multi Page UI Design: A Brief Analysis - WP Newsify

As of late much has been said about single and multiple page web design. A single page design is quicker to develop and is easier to develop. In other words, user interface (UI) design with a single page is less… Continue Reading →

Should You Add Paid Memberships to Your WordPress Website? - WP Explorer

If you’ve been blogging for awhile, you’ve probably tried using display ads to monetize your blog. But, using display ads is not as lucrative nor easy as it once was. According to research, click-through rates for display ads have been… Continue Reading →

Why Laravel is Ruling Web Development - Torque

In today’s business-centric world, it is an arduous task to pick the right PHP web development framework for your business from the many available options. Choice of the correct platform is like an asset for your brand where a mere… Continue Reading →

Generation Z Opts for Personalization Over Privacy: What That Means for WordPress - Torque

Security is of great concern for anyone who uses the Internet. Whether you’re creating sites or just visiting them, security is always top of mind. Large breaches can make you think twice before buying something online. However, the way people… Continue Reading →

How to make a difference for a cause that matters - GoDaddy Garage

If you see a need and are moved to help, act on that impulse. Remember that most causes —  Red Cross, California Fire Foundation — often can’t get enough help. You don’t need to wait for someone else to step up… Continue Reading →

The most popular WordPress plugins & themes of 2017 - GoDaddy Garage

For the last couple of years, we’ve been tracking and sharing the most popular WordPress plugins and themes installed on GoDaddy servers. In 2016, the WordPress Hot 100 tracked trends in plugin and theme installations by monitoring their relative growth… Continue Reading →

Q&A with Advanced WordPress Developer – Carl Alexander - WP Mayor

Carl Alexander has been programming since he was 8 years old. His forte is advanced topics in WordPress. He has been published in several popular online news, blogs and communities. This includes the likes of SmashingMagazine. Mr. Alexander has been… Continue Reading →

WebHostingHub VS InMotion Hosting on Shared Web Hosting - WhatsWP

This comparison of WebHostingHub vs InMotion Hosting makes it clear on which company offers more affordable shared web hosting. Besides an in-depth analysis of price information and refund policy, that also briefs on the details of web hosting features, reliability… Continue Reading →

What WordPress Developers Need To Know About PHP 7.2 - Torque

While WordPress still supports PHP5, the PHP project continues to evolve. PHP 7.2 was recently released and while it is not a huge update like PHP 7.0 was, but there are some interesting new feature and there are some important… Continue Reading →

December 7th Support Team Meeting Summary - Support Everything WordPress

Announcements If folks are having trouble unsubscribing from a plugin forum, it’s partially cache-related, and can be cleared up by following these instructions. Health Check has received some more great updates since last week. Troubleshooting mode now switches to the… Continue Reading →

How to Accept Bitcoin Payments in WordPress - WP Beginner

Do you want to accept Bitcoin payments in WordPress? Bitcoin makes it super easy to accept online payments from anywhere in the world. In this article, we will show you how to easily accept Bitcoin payments in WordPress. Why Accept… Continue Reading →

What you can do about plugin vulnerabilities - ManageWP Blog

Despite being the most popular content management system to date, WordPress is still vulnerable to security breaches. In fact, we have mentioned before that there are nearly 4,000 known WordPress vulnerabilities in existence, threatening to destroy the hard work you… Continue Reading →

Related Posts Plugin by Bibblio – Are You Using It Yet? - WP Kube

One of the hardest tasks as a website owner is how to maximise engagement and keep your audience on your site. We all know that website conversions increase the more pages your visitor’s view. But encouraging users to ‘look around’… Continue Reading →

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