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It’s always exciting when a new year rolls around. So many new opportunities abound and, if last year’s analytics taught you anything, you’re about to have an even more profitable year of business if things keep up. But finance management as a WordPress freelancer is the pits. It’s just another task that distracts from your […]
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WordPress tutorials aren’t just for the DIY user or WordPress beginner who need an introduction to the CMS. In fact, you can find a wide array of WordPress-related topics covered in online tutorials. One of the subjects you might want more help with as you build your first WordPress site is search engine optimization (SEO). […]
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We always have such a laser-trained focus on our WordPress site that sometimes it’s easy to forget that problems with it may not stem from conflicting plugins, a hacked login, or a bloated theme. Sometimes it’s the underlying web server that’s at fault. In my experience, web hosting companies aren’t always the easiest to work […]
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When WooCommerce 3.3 was initially released on January 30, 2018, there were many reasons to get excited about the upgrades that came with it. However, it wasn’t available for very long before WordPress removed it from the repository, citing issues for users who had WordPress themes that conflicted with the update. Thankfully, WooCommerce stayed on […]
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Anyone who owns, builds, manages, or hosts WordPress sites should be obsessed with security. It’s not that WordPress isn’t a safe platform to build websites with. It’s just that, being the most popular and widely used CMS in the world, WordPress is an easy target for hackers. This is why WordPress blogs can’t and shouldn’t […]
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One of the templates that I always include in any theme I code is the page.php file. This is the template that WordPress will use for creating static pages. It’s useful to have a dedicated page.php file instead of falling back to index.php because you’ll need your pages to display slightly different content from single […]
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You’ve taken time to learn how to use JavaScript in WordPress. You’ve also picked up a number of useful JavaScript libraries and resources along the way to streamline coding with it. But now what do you do with the skills you’ve acquired? There are a number of reasons why you might want to add custom […]
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Last year we asked you what you’d like to see from us in terms of new functionality in The Hub and almost top of that list (#1 is coming later this year) was a full white label reporting system for your clients. So, guess what, we just went and made that for you. Which means […]
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Creating a new website is exciting. Installing WordPress, choosing your theme, activating plugins and creating your first posts is guaranteed to give you a burst of energy. It’s an undeniable fact that a high proportion of sites and blogs don’t last very long after this first burst of energy. But you don’t want yours to […]
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One of the nice things about creating content in WordPress is that nearly everything you can do in word processing software (e.g. stylize text, add special characters, embed images) can be done right from within the WordPress editor. The one type of functionality that hasn’t yet translated over to WordPress, however, is table design. Although […]
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