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  • WordPress WallPapers & Swag: Show Love for WordPress
    by AJ Clarke on February 14, 2018 at 12:21 pm

    You know how much we love WordPress. Throughout our blog you’ll find tons of WordPress related articles, our social media... The post WordPress WallPapers & Swag: Show Love for WordPress appeared first on WPExplorer. […]

  • How to Migrate Your Website from Joomla to WordPress
    by Ragnar Terjeson Miljeteig on February 13, 2018 at 7:29 pm

    Do you have a website that you want to move from Joomla to WordPress? In our opinion this is a... The post How to Migrate Your Website from Joomla to WordPress appeared first on WPExplorer. […]

  • 5 Reasons Why Your WordPress Website Isn’t Ranking in Google
    by Kyla on February 12, 2018 at 5:45 pm

    You’ve set up your WordPress site and read a lot of “How To” articles about search engine optimization. You feel... The post 5 Reasons Why Your WordPress Website Isn’t Ranking in Google appeared first on WPExplorer. […]

  • The 10 Best Affiliate WordPress Plugins
    by Freddy on February 9, 2018 at 10:30 am

    Before you run off and install a dozen affiliate WordPress Plugins, how about spending a minute to focus sharply on what... The post The 10 Best Affiliate WordPress Plugins appeared first on WPExplorer. […]

  • How NOT to Secure Your WordPress Website
    by Kyla on February 7, 2018 at 6:11 pm

    What is the first thing you would do when you want to secure your WordPress site? Find out the top... The post How NOT to Secure Your WordPress Website appeared first on WPExplorer. […]

  • Easy WordPress Monetization Strategies
    by Freddy on February 6, 2018 at 6:24 pm

    We’re well into the new year which means it’s time to make good on your resolutions to do well for... The post Easy WordPress Monetization Strategies appeared first on WPExplorer. […]

  • How To Create a Small Business WordPress Website
    by Kyla on February 2, 2018 at 8:06 pm

    Did you make the decision to launch a small business website? It’s really important to recognize the need to create... The post How To Create a Small Business WordPress Website appeared first on WPExplorer. […]

  • WordPress vs Wix – Which Platform is Best for Your Project?
    by Megan Jones on February 1, 2018 at 8:56 pm

    Choosing a platform to create your website on can be difficult, and many users find themselves comparing WordPress vs Wix.... The post WordPress vs Wix – Which Platform is Best for Your Project? appeared first on WPExplorer. […]

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    • How to Fix the WordPress 429 Too Many Requests Error
      by Editorial Staff on February 19, 2018 at 2:09 pm

      Are you seeing the 429 too many requests error on your WordPress site? This error can be extremely frustrating because it is hard to figure out what’s causing it. In this article, we will show you how to easily fix the WordPress 429 too many… Read More » The post How to Fix the WordPress 429 Too Many Requests Error appeared first on WPBeginner. […]

    • 24 Best WordPress Themes for Membership Sites
      by Editorial Staff on February 16, 2018 at 12:10 pm

      Are you looking for the best WordPress themes for membership websites. Unlike blogs and business themes, membership websites need a wide-variety of templates to use in different membership areas. In this article, we have hand-picked some of the best WordPress themes for membership sites. Making… Read More » The post 24 Best WordPress Themes for Membership Sites appeared first on WPBeginner. […]

    • How to Use the Plugin Organizer to Speed Up Your WordPress Site
      by Editorial Staff on February 15, 2018 at 3:33 pm

      After WordPress hosting, plugins are the second biggest reason that can cause your WordPress site to be slow. Often times this can be mitigated by either disabling the plugin or stop it from loading in areas where you don’t need them. In this article, we… Read More » The post How to Use the Plugin Organizer to Speed Up Your WordPress Site appeared first on WPBeginner. […]

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    • WordPress Blogger Wisdom – Is a Premium Theme Always the Best Option?
      by Richie KS on January 6, 2018 at 4:01 pm

      WordPress themes play a very important role in attracting the customers towards your website. It is the first thing that the client will notice that they visit your site. That is why you have to be extra careful with the selection of the premium WordPress themes, There is a huge variety of themes available in […]

    • 7 WordPress Mistakes that You Can’t Afford for Your Blog
      by Christopher Jan Benitez on August 20, 2017 at 12:00 pm

      Being a business owner, you only want the best for your site. However, if there’s one thing you should expect from transitioning your business online, it’s that you are sure to make mistakes along the way. Errors aren’t necessarily bad – it’s how you recover from those mistakes that separate the great from the rest. […]

    • The Perfect Cloud Based Blogging Platforms For Your Personal Blog
      by BloggingPro on May 20, 2017 at 2:29 pm

      Starting a personal blog means making some important decisions. One of the first and major decisions you will make is which blogging platform to choose. There are so many options, it might seem a bit overwhelming. However, for the beginning blogger, you want to remember to keep things as easy and fuss free as possible […]

    • 5 Quick Tips to Improve WordPress for Beginners
      by BloggingPro on May 16, 2017 at 12:30 pm

      WordPress is easy to use but contains a few gotchas for the uninitiated. We discuss five tweaks that will improve any new WordPress install.  Although WordPress is fairly easy to get to grips with, if you’re new to the world’s most popular CMS, it’s easy to miss a few simple tweaks that can seriously improve […]

    • How to Start a Blog on a Shoestring
      by BloggingPro on March 29, 2017 at 12:47 pm

      Blogging can provide a good income stream once you’re established but for many people just getting started, money is tight. If you fall into the empty pockets crowd, don’t worry, you can still put together a professional blog that will get you off to a good start. Here’s how to start a blog the right […]

    • 4 Reasons Images May Be Slowing Down Your WordPress
      by BloggingPro on June 15, 2016 at 5:51 am

      Many of us feature images on our WordPress sites for both aesthetic and marketing purposes, but could these pictures be hindering your site? Unfortunately, images or their associated plug-ins can be responsible for slowing down your site, a recipe for disaster if you’re trying to expand your audience and convert customers. Luckily, you can still […]

    • 6 Ways to Speed Up WordPress
      by BloggingPro on May 18, 2016 at 2:00 pm

      Have you ever been to a website that takes ages to load?  You probably got frustrated and closed the window. Did you know that WordPress websites can have performance issues? In this article I am going to discuss WordPress sites and what you can do to check your loading times and provide you with 6 […]

    • How Can Non-WordPress Developers Take Advantage of the JSON Rest API?
      by Christopher Jan Benitez on April 28, 2015 at 12:00 pm

      WordPress has unleashed version 4.2 last April 23. This was followed by the 4.2.1 Security Update release a week after to eliminate cross-scripting vulnerabilities. From a blogger and site owner’s perspectives, the update that will make the most impression is the improved user experience when managing your plugins. Users can now download or activate/deactivate multiple plugins on the […]

    • Tag Maintenance: How to Keep Your Blog’s Tags Meaningful
      by Adrienne Erin on July 22, 2014 at 12:00 pm

      If your blog is running on WordPress, you can organize your posts into two classifications: categories and tags. Categories are more subject based. For example, a cooking blog may sort posts by categories such as “Meat Dishes,” “Desserts” and “Breakfast Food.” Its also useful for blogs with many different topics, such as an entertainment blog […]

    • How to Determine When it’s Time to Use a CDN for your WordPress Blog
      by BloggingPro on May 19, 2014 at 12:00 pm

      Over the past few years, Content Delivery Networks (CDN) have become increasingly popular and affordable as websites owners seek new ways to increase speed and improve security. In as few words as possible, CDN’s help to distribute your website’s content across the globe to ensure that wherever your visitors may be, your website can be […]

    • How to Easily Customize Your WordPress Blog CSS Design – For Beginners
      by Robyn-Dale Samuda on April 8, 2014 at 2:57 am

      As a followup to my previous article, 5 Powerful Drag & Drop Page & Layout Builder Plugins for WordPress, in which I discussed how non-developers could easily customize their WordPress blogs with easy to use drag and drop plugins, I’ve decided to delve just a little bit deeper into WordPress CSS customization. This will assist any […]

    • Back to Basics for WordPress Content Management
      by BloggingPro on January 23, 2014 at 1:00 pm

      As a WordPress developer, I love to geek out when building client sites. Finding excuses to use shortcodes, leveraging page templates & custom fields to standardize design and imagining better data structure with custom post types are part of my daily joys. Source My clients however couldn’t care less. In fact, most of them don’t […]

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    • WPWeekly Episode 305 – 10up, JavaScript for WordPress Conference, and Jetpack 5.8
      by Jeff Chandler on February 15, 2018 at 2:14 am

      In this episode, John James Jacoby and I discuss the news of the week. We also chat about the Winter Olympics, crypto mining in order to access content on the web, and the joys of taking care of a puppy. Last but not least, we talk about Elasticsearch in Jetpack (more...) […]

    • 10up Turns Seven
      by Jeff Chandler on February 14, 2018 at 7:16 pm

      10up, a web development agency founded by Jake Goldman in 2011, has turned seven years old. In a blog post celebrating the occasion, Goldman reviews the previous year and highlights some notable events for the company. “We welcomed more than 30 new clients to our portfolio in another record sales (more...) […]

    • Free Virtual WordPress for JavaScript Conference June 29th
      by Jeff Chandler on February 13, 2018 at 1:30 am

      Zac Gordon, who launched his Gutenberg development course earlier this year, is organizing a virtual conference called JavaScript for WordPress. The conference will take place June 29th and is free to watch. “Making the event free and online was really important for me so we could have as few barriers (more...) […]

    • Jetpack 5.8 Adds Lazy Loading for Images Module
      by Jeff Chandler on February 9, 2018 at 7:54 am

      Jetpack 5.8 is available for download and includes a handful of new features for Professional, Premium, and Personal plan users. In October of last year, Jetpack 5.4 began beta testing a new search module based on Elasticsearch. Jetpack 5.8 concludes the beta and the new search service is available to (more...) […]

    • WPWeekly Episode 304 – DesktopServer, Life, and Health with Marc Benzakein
      by Jeff Chandler on February 8, 2018 at 1:48 am

      In this episode, John James Jacoby and I are joined by Marc Benzakein, Operations Manager for ServerPress, LLC. We discussed recent updates to DesktopServer and received a progress report on 4.0. Marc also shared some of the struggles the team encountered throughout 2017. We learned what’s new with WP SiteSync (more...) […]

    • WooCommerce 3.3.1 Released, Addresses Template Conflicts
      by Jeff Chandler on February 7, 2018 at 9:46 am

      WooCommerce 3.3.1 is available and fixes template conflicts discovered in a handful of WordPress themes that forced the team to revert WooCommerce 3.3. The team reviewed handful of the most common themes running WooCommerce and tested them for compatibility with 3.3.1. WooCommerce developers recommend that theme authors use hooks instead (more...) […]

    • WordPress 4.9.4 Fixes Critical Auto Update Bug in 4.9.3
      by Jeff Chandler on February 7, 2018 at 9:19 am

      Hours after WordPress 4.9.3 was released, the WordPress development team followed it up with 4.9.4 to fix a critical bug with the auto update process. The bug generates a fatal PHP error when WordPress attempts to update itself. This error requires WordPress site owners and administrators to manually update to (more...) […]

    • WordPress 4.9.3 Released, Fixes 34 Bugs
      by Jeff Chandler on February 6, 2018 at 8:35 am

      WordPress 4.9.3 is available and fixes 34 bugs. Customizer changesets, the visual editor, widgets, and compatibility for PHP 7.2 highlight this release. You can view all of the changes via the changelog or trac tickets. Most sites will update automatically. However, if you want to trigger the update ahead of (more...) […]

    • Liquid Web Acquires iThemes in Multi-Million Dollar Deal
      by Jeff Chandler on February 6, 2018 at 12:33 am

      Liquid Web, a managed hosting service founded in 1997, has acquired iThemes. iThemes recently celebrated its 10th year in business. PostStatus reports that it was an all cash deal and sources confirmed to the Tavern that it was a multi-million dollar acquisition. iThemes will continue to operate as an independent (more...) […]

    • WordPress 4.9.3 Rescheduled for February 5th
      by Jeff Chandler on February 2, 2018 at 8:09 am

      WordPress 4.9.3 is a maintenance release and was originally scheduled to be available on January 30th. However, due to ongoing tickets and a short time frame to test the release candidate, it has been pushed back to February 5th. WordPress 4.9.3 RC 1 is available for testing. This release removes (more...) […]

    • WooCommerce 3.3 Removed From Plugin Directory Due to Theme Conflicts
      by Jeff Chandler on February 2, 2018 at 7:06 am

      Earlier this week, WooCommerce 3.3 was released and among the features was increased theme compatibility. However, soon after release, users of third-party themes reported issues with categories displaying improperly. Despite it being a minor release that should be fully backwards compatible with previous releases up to 3.0, WooCommerce has removed (more...) […]

    • WPWeekly Episode 303 – Interview With Zac Gordon, Technology Educator
      by Jeff Chandler on February 1, 2018 at 2:12 am

      In this episode, John James Jacoby and I are joined by Zac Gordon. We discussed a wide range of topics including, balancing freelance work with educating, an overview of Gutenberg from an educator’s perspective, and potential brand issues if the Gutenberg name was deprecated. We also talked about some of (more...) […]

    WPKube WordPress Themes, Plugins, Reviews & Tutorials

    • 8 Best WordPress Events Plugins – Calendars, Venues, Tickets + More
      by Colin Newcomer on January 30, 2018 at 12:00 pm

      If you’re planning to display events on your website, one of these WordPress events plugins is going to give you a lot more flexibility than trying to do things manually. Such plugins can help you create and manage events from right inside your WordPress dashboard. Then, they’ll help you show those events on the front-end of your site in a.... Continue Reading The post 8 Best WordPress Events Plugins – Calendars, Venues, Tickets + More is written by Colin Newcomer and appeared first on WPKube. […]

    • Consulting WordPress Theme Review: A Great Option For Business Websites
      by Colin Newcomer on January 25, 2018 at 12:00 pm

      As the not-so-subtle name suggests, Consulting is a consulting WordPress theme from popular Envato Power Elite Author, StylemixThemes. It’s packed with features that make it a great option for consulting and finance businesses. And while much of the marketing copy focuses on those two niches, after playing around with Consulting, I think it’s definitely flexible enough to work as a.... Continue Reading The post Consulting WordPress Theme Review: A Great Option For Business Websites is written by Colin Newcomer and appeared first on WPKube. […]

    • Selling WordPress Themes Today – An Interview with Pixelgrade
      by Nick Schäferhoff on January 22, 2018 at 12:00 pm

      The WordPress theme market continues to go strong. Despite running for several years and established large players in the field, saturation hasn’t set in. There is still space for innovation and newcomers. In the past we have already shone a light on some of them like Press75 and Macho Themes. In this post, we want to do the same with.... Continue Reading The post Selling WordPress Themes Today – An Interview with Pixelgrade is written by Nick Schäferhoff and appeared first on WPKube. […]

    • Kinsta Review: Real Test Data + My Likes And Dislikes
      by Colin Newcomer on January 15, 2018 at 7:28 pm

      Kinsta is a performance-oriented managed WordPress host that’s powered by Google Cloud Platform, which is the same hardware running Google’s own products (maybe you’ve heard of Google?). In the past, Kinsta was almost exclusively a premium host, with prices starting at $100. That’s changed now, though. Beginning in November 2017, Kinsta completely relaunched with an all-new pricing plan that starts at.... Continue Reading The post Kinsta Review: Real Test Data + My Likes And Dislikes is written by Colin Newcomer and appeared first on WPKube. […]

    • How to Implement a Paywall on Your WordPress Site
      by Rachel Adnyana on January 5, 2018 at 12:00 pm

      There are various ways you can monetize your WordPress site – affiliate links, banner advertising, and contextual ads are just some of the ways you can make money from people visiting your site. A paid content model is a less popular option, but one that can work quite well if you publish high quality content and think that people will.... Continue Reading The post How to Implement a Paywall on Your WordPress Site is written by Rachel Adnyana and appeared first on WPKube. […]

    WP Mayor WordPress Plugins, Themes, Hosting, Tutorials & more!

    • Deposits For WooCommerce Review: How To Accept Deposits On WooCommerce
      by Colin Newcomer on February 19, 2018 at 10:24 am

      Need a solution that lets you accept deposits or payment plans on your WooCommerce site? This comes in helpful if you’re selling big-ticket items, using WooCommerce for bookings, or plenty of other more site-specific situations. WooCommerce doesn’t offer that functionality by default. But with the right plugin, you can start accepting deposits in no time. The aptly named Deposits For WooCommerce is one of those plugins. It aims to provide a solution for the affordable price of just $39.00. […]

    • A WP Toolkit That Does All the Heavy Lifting for You
      by Bojana Milosevic on February 16, 2018 at 10:29 am

      Great software should work with little configuration and setup. WordPress is designed to get you up and running and fully functional in no longer than five minutes. - WordPress Philosophy I personally strive for simplicity, hate wasting time and want nothing less than what I have been promised. That is exactly what the company I work for is all about. Customer perception is our reality and given the fact that the market is more saturated than ever, and choices widespread, customer expectations have become much higher. Therefore, Plesk is here to help you match them. […]

    • 15 Best WordPress eLearning Themes in 2018
      by wisdmlabs on February 14, 2018 at 10:18 am

      2018 has seen a significant jump in the expectations from e-learning themes. The bar is set higher than ever. Read on to find out which e-learning themes measure up to these standards! […]

    • 10 Best WordPress Templates for Cryptocurrency Blog: 2018 Edition
      by Kate Williams on February 12, 2018 at 10:22 am

      When someone dubbing oneself Satoshi Nakamoto launched the first cryptocurrency back in 2008, nobody knew it would boom in the 2010s. Since then, Bitcoin’s exchange rate grew from $0.0008 to more than $10,000. Currently, the number of Bitcoin transactions constitutes over 10 million per month. No doubt, if you’re into cryptocurrency business, you can’t make strides without a cutting-edge web presence that makes users trust you. If you’re at loss, how to quickly and cost-efficiently create a cryptocurrency website, read on. Today, we share with you top 10 best WordPress themes for cryptocurrency blog. […]

    • 5 Ways to Set Your WordPress Site’s Marketing to Autopilot
      by Christopher Jan Benitez on February 7, 2018 at 10:35 am

      WordPress is powerful enough to help you launch your business online. Due to the wide array of options and features available in the platform, you can actually automate most of the tasks involved in marketing your website. As a result, you can save time by putting the heavy lifting of creating and promoting your content to autopilot! Read this post to learn how. […]

    WP Mayor WordPress Plugins, Themes, Hosting, Tutorials & more!

    • Deposits For WooCommerce Review: How To Accept Deposits On WooCommerce
      by Colin Newcomer on February 19, 2018 at 10:24 am

      Need a solution that lets you accept deposits or payment plans on your WooCommerce site? This comes in helpful if you’re selling big-ticket items, using WooCommerce for bookings, or plenty of other more site-specific situations. WooCommerce doesn’t offer that functionality by default. But with the right plugin, you can start accepting deposits in no time. The aptly named Deposits For WooCommerce is one of those plugins. It aims to provide a solution for the affordable price of just $39.00. […]

    • A WP Toolkit That Does All the Heavy Lifting for You
      by Bojana Milosevic on February 16, 2018 at 10:29 am

      Great software should work with little configuration and setup. WordPress is designed to get you up and running and fully functional in no longer than five minutes. - WordPress Philosophy I personally strive for simplicity, hate wasting time and want nothing less than what I have been promised. That is exactly what the company I work for is all about. Customer perception is our reality and given the fact that the market is more saturated than ever, and choices widespread, customer expectations have become much higher. Therefore, Plesk is here to help you match them. […]

    • 15 Best WordPress eLearning Themes in 2018
      by wisdmlabs on February 14, 2018 at 10:18 am

      2018 has seen a significant jump in the expectations from e-learning themes. The bar is set higher than ever. Read on to find out which e-learning themes measure up to these standards! […]

    • 10 Best WordPress Templates for Cryptocurrency Blog: 2018 Edition
      by Kate Williams on February 12, 2018 at 10:22 am

      When someone dubbing oneself Satoshi Nakamoto launched the first cryptocurrency back in 2008, nobody knew it would boom in the 2010s. Since then, Bitcoin’s exchange rate grew from $0.0008 to more than $10,000. Currently, the number of Bitcoin transactions constitutes over 10 million per month. No doubt, if you’re into cryptocurrency business, you can’t make strides without a cutting-edge web presence that makes users trust you. If you’re at loss, how to quickly and cost-efficiently create a cryptocurrency website, read on. Today, we share with you top 10 best WordPress themes for cryptocurrency blog. […]

    • 5 Ways to Set Your WordPress Site’s Marketing to Autopilot
      by Christopher Jan Benitez on February 7, 2018 at 10:35 am

      WordPress is powerful enough to help you launch your business online. Due to the wide array of options and features available in the platform, you can actually automate most of the tasks involved in marketing your website. As a result, you can save time by putting the heavy lifting of creating and promoting your content to autopilot! Read this post to learn how. […]

    • WP Event Manager Offers Full-Featured Event Management
      by David Coleman on February 5, 2018 at 10:32 am

      WP Event Manager is a lightweight, scalable, and full-featured event listing and management plugin for WordPress. Compatible with any WordPress theme, the plugin allows for both frontend and backend event submission and listings. Administrators can post and manage their own events on the backend of WordPress, while you can optionally let guests or registered users post events on the frontend. […]

    • Top 9 Shared Web Hosts Below $3 a Month
      by Suraj Kumar on February 2, 2018 at 10:37 am

      Every newbie has a lot of confusions while choosing a web hosting services for their first blog. Many of them are unable to afford costly web hosting and look for a good as well as a cheaper web hosting service. And when it comes to cheaper web hosting, shared web hosting is the best. […]

    • 10 Best Real Estate WordPress Themes in Early 2018
      by Kate Williams on January 31, 2018 at 10:31 am

      I think that it is not a secret that real estate business is one of the profitable ones. However, there is also a lot of money spent on the advertisement, promotion, etc. In fact, in this article, we will show you how can you save some money and get more profit at the same time. Here we go! Every business needs an online presence these days. It’s a fact you have to respect, otherwise, there would be no success. The main profit and marketing happen in the world of web. Thus, you have to follow this trend to stand out with your real estate entrepreneurship. […]

    • 6 Best Popup Plugins For WordPress To Grow Your List + More
      by Colin Newcomer on January 29, 2018 at 11:02 am

      Love them or hate them, popups, especially those that push people to subscribe to your email list, are a digital marketing tactic that is here to stay. But if you want to dip your toes into the world of popups, you’re going to need a WordPress popup plugin to help you do it. To help you find the plugin that’s right for your needs, I collected some of the best free and premium popup plugins for WordPress. […]

    • Themify Shoppe Theme Review – Create Any Online Shop With This One-Stop WooCommerce WordPress Theme
      by Themify on January 25, 2018 at 11:00 am

      The demand for shopping online has never been greater. Whether you’re a web developer or business owner, tapping into the online market with an online store is of utmost importance. But building an eCommerce shop doesn’t have to be a headache it might seem to be. We’d like to introduce you to the Shoppe Theme by Themify. It’s an all-encompassing eCommerce WordPress theme that allows you to build a professional online store in minutes. Whether it’s apparel, tech gear, luxury items, or music – there’s a skin to fit your need. Let’s look at Shoppe in further detail. […]


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