Posts in Category: WordPress News and Articles

WordPress Gutenberg Content Editor

As a WordPress developer, just when you thought it was safe to look back at your code and smile, something changes. As WordPress co-founder Matt Mullenweg announced at Europe WordCamp 2017, ( a new editor will be coming to WordPress. And now, drumr oll please, meet WordPress Gutenberg Content Editor –   WordPress has taken a … Continue reading “WordPress Gutenberg Content Editor”

Easy Maintenance on your WordPress website

The flowers are in bloom, pollen is in the air and allergy medication is flying off the shelves. You know what that means. It’s time for your WordPress website to be cleaned. Here are some ways that you can do easy maintenance on your WordPress website and keep it lean. Websites are no longer static sheets … Continue reading “Easy Maintenance on your WordPress website”

WordPress Donate Plugins For Non-Profits

Many non-profits use WordPress because it’s minimal ease to manage content. What we are asked from non-profit groups most often is about WordPress donate plugins. Donations are what helps keep the non-profit in motion. An important thing to remember is that donors care about how donations are collected. When people are new to your non-profit … Continue reading “WordPress Donate Plugins For Non-Profits”

5 Simple Ways To Secure Your WordPress Website

When WordPress security is brought up external resources are discussed. Hardening WordPress must start with the install and the administrator of the website. Websites are no longer like sheets of paper. They are dynamic. And like software that requires strong protection you must update. Here we are looking at 5 simple ways to secure your … Continue reading “5 Simple Ways To Secure Your WordPress Website”

WooCommerce now requires a account

After Automattic acquired WooCommerce last year the take over of WordPress is finally completed. WooCommerce now is requiring a login from a account. If you don’t have an account take heart, there is a way. You can retrieve your previous WooCommerce account and create yourself a new login or migrate your existing WooCommerce … Continue reading “WooCommerce now requires a account”

How I use JetPack Plugin in WordPress

Jetpack is a WordPress Plugin built by Automattic with over 12 billion downloads. It adds up to 30 features to your website, but should you use it all? Maybe just part of it? Originally developed for sites, JetPack was a no-brainer to install and use. Features like site monitoring, Stats, Subscriptions, and others were … Continue reading “How I use JetPack Plugin in WordPress”

14 things to consider when deploying a website

Launching a WordPress website goes way beyond the initial deploying a website and operate. There’s a many aspects to consider, as each website serves a specific purpose and the internet has evolved past simple static HTML pages. Here are 14 things to consider when deploying a website. This list is for WordPress powered websites, though some … Continue reading “14 things to consider when deploying a website”

The Rise Of SaaS WordPress Plugins

The beauty of SaaS WordPress plugins is to be able to take what is there, and extend functionality; that is what plugins do, but SaaS goes further. WordPress themes are the look and feel of your website, but plugins are what drive the functionality of your website. That may be oversimplified for seasoned WordPress people, … Continue reading “The Rise Of SaaS WordPress Plugins”

Rise of Mobile-first WordPress Themes

Mobile Responsive design has been around since 2010, but marketers are still using it as a buzzword with prospects. But are designers thinking mobile first? Mobile devices are used more than any other source to access and search the web. If 60% of your traffic is from mobile devices, having a mobile-first WordPress theme should … Continue reading “Rise of Mobile-first WordPress Themes”

HTTPS Encryption for WordPress

Many are stating that starting 2017, HTTPS will be mandatory for all websites, including WordPress powered websites. But do you really need to… (the internet now begins to both groan and scream “yes” and “no”). You see, HTTPS Encryption for WordPress seems only necessary for sites that pass data from user to website via the browser. … Continue reading “HTTPS Encryption for WordPress”