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WooCommerce Security: How to Protect Your E-Commerce Shop - iThemes

Website security is a key part of any e-commerce store. Let’s explore how to set up WooCommerce security and make sure you’re protecting your online store. Since the stakes are higher with e-commerce, you need to do everything you can… Continue Reading →

A brief intro to HTTPS & SEO - GoDaddy Garage

2017 is shaping up to be the year of website security. HTTPS has come sharply into focus as of late, although Google has been pushing for a more secure web since 2014. However, HTTPS affects more than simply your site’s security… Continue Reading →

Starving’s overrated: How to sell art online - GoDaddy Garage

The first step away from being a starving artist is learning how to sell art online. Because when you know how to sell your art online, the world becomes your marketplace. You’re no longer restricted to selling your work to… Continue Reading →

Kinsta Kingpin: Interview with Charlie Livingston - Kinsta Blog

You can find Charlie on LinkedIn or Twitter. 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? My background is in law, which I studied at… Continue Reading →

4 Security Measures Every WordPress Site Needs - Developer Drive

Have you ever thought about the security of your WordPress installation? Or rather has your installation ever been attacked or hacked? Well, security is one very important feature that every other developer is always worried about. In this article, I… Continue Reading →

4 Security Measures Every WordPress Site Needs - Developer Drive

Have you ever thought about the security of your WordPress installation? Or rather has your installation ever been attacked or hacked? Well, security is one very important feature that every other developer is always worried about. In this article, I… Continue Reading →

How to Manually Update WordPress – An Indepth Guide - WPVKP

If you have not made any changes to the settings of your WordPress site, there’s a big chance that you ticked the automatic update on the WordPress core. This is the most convenient way for most WordPress site owners, especially… Continue Reading →

How to Use WordPress to Make a Website - Newt Labs

Do you believe in miraculous solutions that let you accomplish things faster than anyone? Do you believe that there is a shortcut for everything? I am very sorry, but this article is NOT for you! You probably landed on this… Continue Reading →

Back to school: Websites for teachers and other know-it-alls - GoDaddy Garage

UPDATED: August 11, 2017 It’s that time of year when teachers, tutors and other legitimate “know-it-alls” are back in their element: back to school season. And if you’re a freelance educator who showcases your services online, your homework is to… Continue Reading →

The best websites to sell electronics - GoDaddy Garage

Everyone could use a little more money these days. One way people are making that extra cash is to sell CDs, DVDs, games and other electronics they have around the house. But what are the best websites to sell electronics?… Continue Reading →

How to Add Facebook Like Button to WordPress - WP Loop

For years, Facebook has been one of the most popular social media sites on the planet. So, it does not surprise that most of the new bloggers already have a personal Facebook account. More often than not, bloggers will create… Continue Reading →

How To Create a Temporary Account for Support Agents - WP Shout

A problem I had recently was that I needed to give a support agent from a plugin company Admin-level access to a WordPress site. The cause was an obscure bug they couldn’t help with any other way. But I was… Continue Reading →

WordPress security for the casual blogger or small business with limited resources - Bjorn Johansen

The resources you have available to spend on WordPress security for your website usually vary vastly whether you’re an international corporation or just a hobbyist blogger. But since most attacks are automated by bots looking for vulnerabilities, a lot of… Continue Reading →

The Story of How We Got To Our Newest Product: HelloSales - iThemes

Everything we do at iThemes has meaning (our mission is to Make People’s Lives Awesome), and often a deep meaning that many simply do not know. Some of the best stories we hold as a team are how we came to… Continue Reading →

The July 2017 WordPress Attack Report - Wordfence Blog

This post is a continuation of the WordPress Attack Report series we’ve been publishing since December 2016. Reports from previous months can be found here: June 2017 May 2017 April 2017 March 2017 February 2017 January 2017 December 2016 This report… Continue Reading →

10 Most Effective Ways To Secure Ecommerce Website - WP Blog

Given how common hacking and breaches are, ecommerce websites are a real challenge from the security perspective. Though startup ecommerce businesses are tech savvy, they often lack the expertise to tighten their website’s security. If the breaching issue is not… Continue Reading →

WProtect Security Plugin for WordPress - WP Solver

August 10th in Plugin Lists, WordPress Plugins by WordPress Jedi . WordPress is a pretty secure platform but it can still get hacked if you are not careful. Monitoring your site for file changes, protecting your login pages, updating themes/plugins,… Continue Reading →

WordPress PHP 7 | How To Update Your Site To Latest Version? - Kasa Reviews

10/08/2017 Last Updated In this post, I will discuss how to update and why WordPress site to use PHP 7. PHP 7 is the latest version of the popular programming language PHP and offers faster performance for websites and online applications…. Continue Reading →

Episode #134 – Creating Processes For Your Business, with Brian Richards - WP Elevation

Currently, Brian Richards runs WP Sessions and all the training they offer for web developers. They focus on WordPress related subjects and topics about running a WordPress business, including creative problem solving and client relationship management dynamics. Brian explains to… Continue Reading →

How to Create Website Backups Using Command-line Tools - Sucuri Blog

Creating website backups should be one of the most important recurring tasks for a website administrator, and yet backups are often forgotten when thinking about website security. Creating backups using command-line tools are available to all Linux/Mac users for free…. Continue Reading →

SUMO Subscriptions Offers Feature-Rich WooCommerce Subscriptions - WP Mayor

Subscription products provide many advantages for online store owners. For instance, the recurring revenue of subscriptions offer businesses more stability due to the predictability of future earnings and the lifetime value of your customer. And automated billing and payment with repeat… Continue Reading →

44 Things I Wish I Knew Before Starting a Blog – Which You Can Use to Grow Yours to 225,000 Visits / Month, Like We Eventually Did - Code In WP

Starting a blog for the first time is an amazing, yet intimidating experience. Thinking that people are actually going to read – and even share – something you wrote. It’s unlike any other feeling I can describe. But it’s not… Continue Reading →

Fast WordPress Hosting - Pagely Blog

If you’re looking for fast WordPress hosting, then you’ve come to the right place. Here at Pagely®, our infrastructure is exclusively powered by 64-bit machines in Amazon data centers. Amazon powers major brands like GE, Expedia, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Dow Jones,… Continue Reading →

WordPress Website Pre-Launch Checklist - WP Explorer

Setting up and launching a website is a momentous affair for any business. A lot of time and effort goes into ensuring that our website is designed just right and fulfills our business needs. Even so, there are a number… Continue Reading →

Ultimate Guide to Using Video with Divi - Elegant Themes

Video is a powerful tool. If an image is worth a thousand words then a minute of video is worth 1.8 million words (At least that is what researcher Dr. James McQuivey suggests). Video is an effective marketing tool and,… Continue Reading →

TrafficTrade Infection Spreading – How to Protect Yourself and Detect TrafficTrade - Wordfence Blog

We have seen a significant increase in the number of websites affected by malware we refer to as ‘TrafficTrade’. This malware is a piece of javascript that an attacker drops into your website content once they have compromised it. Your… Continue Reading →

How to Turn Your WordPress Site Into a Social Network - WP Beginner

Did you know that you can turn your WordPress site into a social network? A WordPress social network allows users to sign up, connect with each other, post messages, and more. In this article, we will show you how to… Continue Reading →

Sell photos online: The ultimate guide to this lucrative side hustle - GoDaddy Garage

Have you ever thought about starting a side hustle? You might already know about the opportunities to earn money with web design, writing or advertising on your blog, but here’s an idea for earning money online that you might not… Continue Reading →

5 Ways to Monitor WooCommerce for Survival and Success - iThemes

If you run a WooCommerce website, you’ll need to monitor WooCommerce to ensure success and save your sanity. The stakes are higher with any e-commerce store because the site is actively making money. If the site breaks, slows down or… Continue Reading →

WordPress Essentials: 8 Must Have Plugins For Every WordPress Website - WP Blog

WordPress plugins are components that can be integrated into the WordPress core. Users download various plugins because the WordPress core lacks additional functions such as Contact Form 7 for signup or Sucuri for a complete scan of your WordPress website…. Continue Reading →

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