In this episode of WordPress Weekly, Marcus Couch and I wrap up our year in review. We look back at the biggest stories from July-December of this year. Thank you to everyone who listened to the show throughout 2015. Marcus and I plan to expand beyond WordPress in 2016 to (more…)
A new wave of online entrepreneurs is taking virtual commerce by the reigns. Creative business owners are documenting and compiling…
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With 2016 looming on the horizon, it’s time to turn our attention to the future. Namely, how are we going to make next year better than the current one? Perhaps you’re looking to embark on a career as a freelance developer, and you’ve decided 2016 is the year you finally take the plunge. Or maybe […]
Do you want to create a time machine for your website? Having an automatic cloud backup of your WordPress site is the first step in securing your website because it gives you the option to revert changes should anything go wrong. In this article, we… Read More »
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We’re just a day or two away from 2016, so I thought I would round up my predictions and some of the folks that I’m keeping a close eye on in 2016. The WordPress ecosystem continues to evolve Here’s what I can tell you. Nothing is standing still. When I was a kid I would […]
I remember setting up my first WordPress blog. I spent hours following guides online to download WordPress, trying to upload…
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DesktopServer version, 3.8.1 is now available for download. The update addresses bugs found in DesktopServer’s last major update 3.8, which was released earlier this year. 3.8.1 fixes redo log errors on large imports, phpMyAdmin import issues, visual […]
A few weeks ago, I put out an initial call for volunteers for 4.5. In the spirit of the much-commented @wonderboymusic 4.4 Wishlist post, I’d like to extend the call a bit more. What are you most interested in seeing in WordPress 4.5 — big, or small? What are your or your users’ biggest pain […]
A while back I talked to Ryan D. Sullivan, the CEO of WP Site Care about his experience with ManageWP. As one of the most important features he singled out the Manage Plugins and Themes tool: