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15 Awesome WordPress Themes & Plugins for Your LearnDash Website - WP Explorer

LearnDash is one of the most popular WordPress-based learning management systems out there today. With its robust core features and plentiful add-ons to integrate additional functionalities into the website, it is now on par with LMS giants like Sensei and… Continue Reading →

Insights from the GoDaddy Pro marketing manager - GoDaddy Garage

I was able to catch up with Nemanja Aleksic, the GoDaddy Pro Marketing Manager, who is based in Belgrade and joined GoDaddy as part of the ManageWP team. Nemanja works with our global teams and his focus from day to… Continue Reading →

Best GoDaddy Alternatives for WordPress Hosting - WP Blog

If you have stumbled upon this article, then you’re one of the many unhappy GoDaddy customers. With over 13 million customers, it is evident that GoDaddy is very popular in the hosting industry. However, users have been found complaining about… Continue Reading →

Important Ideas to Consider When Planning an E-Commerce Site in 2018 - WPVKP

E-commerce is the topmost medium for sales in the world right now, and the values are expected to top $4 trillion by the year 2020, as per the studies conducted by Marketing Enthusiasts. To say, we are already approaching that… Continue Reading →

How to Create an E-Commerce Site With WordPress - WP Mayor

E-commerce is big business, as is WordPress. In fact, many storefronts are now powered by the platform. With this in mind, you might be tempted to start your own online store – although just how to do this could leave… Continue Reading →

What Causes HTTP 403 Forbidden Error in WordPress and How to Fix It? - WhatsWP

HTTP 403 forbidden Error is a general issue indicating that the web server received and understood your request, but cannot take a further action to response it. It’s common to meet this problem when surfing on the Internet or running… Continue Reading →

Dev Chat Summary: November 29th (4.9.1 week 2) - Make WordPress Core

This post summarizes the dev chat meeting from November 29th (agenda, Slack archive). 4.9 feedback + 4.9.1 timing WordPress 4.9.1 was released last week. It’s a security and maintenance release for all versions since WordPress 3.7, users are strongly encouraged… Continue Reading →

FatCow VS GoDaddy – Shared Web Hosting Comparison - WhatsWP

We make this comparison of FatCow VS GoDaddy to help readers easily figure the better choice from the two companies. In view of their price, features, speed, uptime, and technical support, we personally think they are not cost-effective enough for… Continue Reading →

Agenda for December 7th 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 →

10 Useful Blogs for WordPress Addicts - WP Newsify

Nowadays, anyone who is genuinely interested in learning a new skill or science can use the Internet to do it. There are tons of courses teaching you from quantum physics to Portuguese or WordPress. The Internet can’t replace the school,… Continue Reading →

A beginner’s guide to the Internet of Things and WordPress - GoDaddy Garage

Regardless of recent advancements in web technology, at its core the internet is still based on sending data from one place to another. However, this is no longer the sole domain of computers. We’re now seeing web technology seep into… Continue Reading →

5 Best WordPress Hosting Affiliate Programs For Bloggers - WP Blog

Over the years, WordPress has become more than just a CMS. People have found many ways to earn money with WordPress and one of them is affiliate programs. WordPress provides a lucrative opportunity for bloggers where they can earn money… Continue Reading →

How to perform an SEO audit. Part 1: Content SEO & UX - Yoast

A couple of years ago, we did about 40 to 60 SEO audits a month. Although consultancy has not been in our product range for some time now, we do occasionally perform these audits, for instance when a friend asks… Continue Reading →

A Complete Guide to WordPress Password Security - WPMU Dev

I know I talk a lot about how it’s your responsibility to ensure that your WordPress websites are secure. (Because it is.) That said, there are instances where you have very little control over the vulnerabilities that other users introduce… Continue Reading →

How to Allow Users to Delete their WordPress Accounts - WP Beginner

Do you want to allow users to delete their own WordPress accounts? If you allow user registration on your WordPress site, and a user does not want to keep their account anymore, then they will have to manually ask you… Continue Reading →

How to Work with the WordPress Database: 11+ Useful SQL Queries - WP Kube

One of the best things about WordPress is how easy it makes it for anyone to have a great looking and functional website without any coding knowledge. It’s perfectly possible to set up a website from scratch, getting it looking… Continue Reading →

Will WordPress Be Relevant In 2018? - WP Blog

WordPress has seen incredible growth over the years. It started out as a CMS for bloggers, and it is now the backbone of large websites like TechCrunch, BBC, The New Yorker, and Bloomberg Professional. Launched in 2003, Matt Mullenweg forked… Continue Reading →

Looking back at 2017 technology milestones - GoDaddy Garage

This year was a wake up call for many people doing business online. In speaking with my clients, from a website purveyor point of view, they were overwhelmed by the issues they were forced to address and remarked on the… Continue Reading →

Medium vs WordPress – Which One to Choose for Blogging - WhatsWP

Today, we are going to continue an old topic – where should your blog site lives? There are various blogging tools you can choose from the web. And this leads to your confusion of which one is the most suitable… Continue Reading →

What’s New in PHP 7.2 (Now Available) - Kinsta Blog

PHP 7.2 has been officially released as of November 30, and it is now available for all Kinsta clients. The release has new features, functions, and improvements that will allow us to write better code. In this post, I will… Continue Reading →

What to Look for in a WordPress Web Host (YouTube Video) - WinningWP

Home / Basics / What to Look for in a WordPress Web Host (YouTube Video) By WinningWP Editorial December 3, 2017 If you’re running a business or a profitable website, choosing the right a web host for WordPress can be… Continue Reading →

Matt Mullenweg State of the Word, 2017 - Post Status

Matt Mullenweg has just finished the 2017 State of the Word address, where he offers the lay of the land for all things WordPress. WordCamp in Nashville This is the first WordCamp US in Nashville. The first two WordCamp US… Continue Reading →

State of the Word 2017 Recap - Torque

WordCamp US 2017 in Nashville wound down as Matt Mullenweg walked on stage to deliver his annual State of the Word address. The speech delivered the latest WordPress news as well as what to expect for 2018. Gutenberg A huge… Continue Reading →

November 30th Support Team Meeting Summary - Support Everything WordPress

WordPress 4.9 WordPress 4.9.1 was released yesterday, and is a combined security and bugfix update. Addressing some of the most noteworthy bugs discovered in 4.9 at this time. There have been no new recurring 4.9 issues, but we make note… Continue Reading →

Weekly WordPress News: WordPress 4.9.1 Release - WP Lift

First off – I hope you were all able to snag some awesome Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals. Now that the plugin and theme madness has calmed down, we can get back to business. In the biggest news this… Continue Reading →

How to Do SEO for a WooCommerce Website? Basic E-Commerce SEO Tips - WP Mayor

WooCommerce is a highly popular plugin for WordPress (WP). Alas, there is not much information on SEO for it floating around. Therefore, we aim to set things right and allow you to get the most bang for your buck. Before… Continue Reading →

Typepad Vs WordPress: A Vivid Comparison - WP Warfare

TypePad and WordPress are on the top of the list of the leading platforms for blogging. They are used by many people around the world. Your choice regarding which of them to use is dependent on your needs. They have… Continue Reading →

The Month in WordPress: November 2017 - WordPress.org News

The WordPress project recently released WordPress 4.9, “Tipton” — a new major release named in honor of musician and band leader Billy Tipton. Read on to find out more about this and other interesting news from around the WordPress world… Continue Reading →

Is it Time for You to Go for a Premium Theme? - WP Aisle

If you own a budding online business and have just been introduced to WordPress, you may have juggled with the idea of going for a free theme. While there are some dodgy free themes, you may have come across a… Continue Reading →

How to Create a Compelling Homepage Design - Torque

Attention spans are notoriously short on the web. Having experienced poorly designed pages in the past, online users are naturally skeptical of new sites. So they’ll behave accordingly to minimize wasting time before moving on. Regardless of the industry, the… Continue Reading →

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