The Future Of WordPress In 2017

2017 is just around the corner, as WordPress prepares for new updates and challenges. As our industry is growing, we’re left with an abundance of assemblers as clients are finding better solutions on either end of the spectrum. On one hand, Squarespace, Wix, Shopify and other website builder solutions will all have matured a fair...
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User generated content in WordPress membership sites

Everyone asks for it. Most assume it’s easy and totally possible. And yet, it’s not something that comes with a lot of membership plugins in the WordPress space. If you teach guitar, if you manage a fitness membership site, or you give stock tips, you might have created a perfect membership site to share your...
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The Essential Guide To WordPress Site Management With WP-CLI

For years, WordPress offered no way for developers to work around tasks that could be done with just a few lines of code. That’s about to change now. With the WordPress Command Line Interface – WP-CLI – you can now execute routine WordPress tasks much more efficiently. Here’s more information about what WP-CLI is and...
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7 Mental Barriers That Are Hurting Your WordPress Business

Extraordinary success requires emotional competence, mental clarity and a willingness to disrupt the status quo. You must release low-level thinking that holds you back. To be a standout, you must cultivate your strengths and work through fear and doubt to manifest your ideas. Emotional competence and mental clarity come from using those two warriors, time...
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WordPress hack: Show all active plugins

One entire array of code represents every active plugin on your site. Thus, to quickly disable all plugins without using the WP Admin area, highlight the entire block of code, cut it out, and paste it into a safe, offline text file. After removing the code, click the button to save your changes and that’s...
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How to Create Incremental Backups for Free with WP Time Capsule

Schedule your backups once and WP will automatically backup your websites daily. You can choose between Dropbox, Google Drive and Amazon S3 to store your website’s files and DB. WP backs up your site automatically before each update. Go back in time and switch to previous versions of plugins, themes or WP without losing your...
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How to Setup AMP in WordPress

Recently, Google unveiled their Accelerated Mobile Pages project (also known as AMP). The open source project aims to make the mobile web faster by creating a less-flashy, less-cluttered way to view content on your phone. The idea, as with many open source projects, is to create a vibrant and healthy community around AMP which will...
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