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12 min read Cozmoslabs
Plugins | cozmoslabs.com | 1 day ago

A Guide to WordPress Forum Plugins & How To Manage Them

Learn how to build a great online community with the best WordPress forum plugins, and enhance them with Paid Member Subscriptions and Profile Builder Pro.

A Guide to WordPress Forum Plugins & How To Manage Them

Plugins | cozmoslabs.com | 1 day ago

If your WordPress site is designed to serve and engage with a community, you’ll need to install a WordPress forum plugin. Forum plugins add a platform where users can ask questions, provide answers, and join in discussions. It promotes engagement and gives users a sense of being part of a community. You can use it to provide a private service or something more public like Quora or Stack Overflow.
You can also use a WordPress forum plugin to provide customer support for an e-commerce site or technical support for a multisite network, or answer questions about the content in your site, whether that’s blog posts, videos, or online courses.
A forum is also great for SEO because your users are constantly generating new content, something Google loves. The more engaged your users are, the better.
So if you want to create your own mini social network for people interested in the content of your site, installing a forum plugin on your WordPress site is the way to go.
In this guide, we’ll introduce you to three of the most popular WordPress forum plugins. We’ll show you how to set our favorite up, and we’ll show you how the Paid Member Subscriptions and Profile

23 min read Web News Insider
Community | wpnewsify.com | 42 mins ago

14 Experts Share Advice They Wish They Got When Starting Their Blog

Everyone was a beginner at some point but the biggest value that anyone can possess is to learn from others and prevent mistakes from happening in the first place.

14 Experts Share Advice They Wish They Got When Starting Their Blog

Community | wpnewsify.com | 42 mins ago

When your passion for producing mesmerizing content that your future audience will simply devour by reading it without blinking has reached its peak, you know it’s time to warm up those fingers, light up your keyboard and start typing! Blogging has become one of the best methods of gaining online recognition, spreading words of inspiration, and getting a hefty income from the comfort of your home. And who will be the connector for channeling your thoughts and delivering them to your readers? Well, WordPress of course!
But choosing the right CMS is a few steps ahead of your starting point. Your road towards glory starts with the most bitter-sweet process of every blogger’s life, and that’s content producing. Dozens of sleepless nights and gallons of coffee drank brought you to completion of your first milestone with the starting content locked and loaded. Readability is satisfied, keywords are researched, content is exceptional.
You proceed to pick your domain name. But that’s just a formality since I know that your online label has been buried in your head from the first day that you’ve decided to embark on this adventure. And the snowball just keeps rolling

4 min read Iconic
Tutorials | iconicwp.com | 18 hours ago

How to Customize WooCommerce: The Ultimate Guide

Learn how to customize WooCommerce from improving the product page, to making more sales with our top articles and resources.

How to Customize WooCommerce: The Ultimate Guide

Tutorials | iconicwp.com | 18 hours ago

The standard WooCommerce install/setup might work well when you’re first starting your online store, or if you need something basic. But, if you need to customize WooCommerce and get it working harder for you, we’re here to help. Here at Iconic, we love to help WooCommerce store owners create stores that drive more sales, increase conversions and provide the best possible experience for customers.
Which is why we’ve combined all our articles, tutorials and resources into this guide. We’ve broken it down into sections so you can jump straight to the part that you need help with.
Click one of the below categories to get started:
When it comes to being able to customize WooCommerce, most people start with the product page. After all, it’s this page that most online stores win or lose sales. The following articles have been written to help you customize this page, from cross-selling to upgrading your product gallery and more.
When customers browse your site, they will probably spend a lot of time looking through your category or product listing pages. In order to make this process faster and encourage quicker purchases, customising your category page is a must.

15 min read Matteo Duò
Community | kinsta.com | 5 days ago

Recommended WordPress Multisite Plugins (Network Management, Migrations, Backups)

Juggling multiple sites over a network? These plugins will make your life so much easier!

Recommended WordPress Multisite Plugins (Network Management, Migrations, Backups)

Community | kinsta.com | 5 days ago

Performing backups and migrations with basic WordPress sites are pretty straightforward nowadays. There are thousands of step-by-step tutorials on the web and plugins which automate the entire process, making it quick and painless. However, when it comes to a WordPress multisite setup, tasks such as backups and migrations are a little more complex.
This is primarily due to the fact that multisite setups share the same WordPress database and installation. Therefore, unless you’re migrating or backing up the entire multisite, you have to segment the job down to the subsite level.
Or worse, maybe you’re wanting to turn a subsite back into a normal WordPress install.
Today we’ll share with you a few WordPress multisite plugins we recommend.
Ready? Let’s dive in!
The Challenges of Backing up and Migrating a WordPress Multisite Network
Backing up and migrating a multisite network is complicated by a few factors:
If you want to make separate backups of individual subsites, you won’t be able to use the same methods as for backing up a standalone site.
You can migrate subsites into and out of a multisite network, but it isn’t as straightforward as migrating

8 min read Iconic
Plugins | iconicwp.com | 18 hours ago

14 of The Best WooCommerce Extensions that Work Well Together in 2020

The top 14 WooCommerce extensions that work well together for your online store in 2020. Make more sales and keep customers coming back with these plugins.

14 of The Best WooCommerce Extensions that Work Well Together in 2020

Plugins | iconicwp.com | 18 hours ago

When it comes to customising an online store, making your job easier by installing WooCommerce extensions is the way to go. However, because there are so many plugins and extensions out there, finding the right ones can take some time. Which is why we’ll be breaking down some of the best WooCommerce extensions that will not only help your online store make more sales but work well together too.
Why it’s important that WooCommerce extensions work well together
Installing extensions in WooCommerce can come with a number of pitfalls which we’ll outline below. Which is why it’s so important to make sure they work together. The solution to this is buying the majority of your extensions from the same developer. Here’s why:
WooCommerce extensions that are all created by the same developer (like us here at Iconic), are guaranteed to work well together. After all, we build the code to make sure our plugins work as smoothly and seamlessly as possible with each other.
Not only that but when each plugin needs to be updated, you can bet that updates are also compatible with each other. This prevents errors and downtime on your site.
When purchasing plugins from multiple

11 min read Alex Denning
Business | getellipsis.com | 4 hours ago

Getting effective testimonials for WordPress businesses

Effective testimonials are powerful: they show your target audience that similar people, with similar problems, have purchased from you in the past, and it worked out well. They’ll have higher confidence that, if they buy from you, they should be able to get the same outcome. This post is about how Elipsis Marketing do it for their copy projects, and how you can apply it.

Getting effective testimonials for WordPress businesses

Business | getellipsis.com | 4 hours ago

Effective testimonials are powerful: they show your target audience that similar people, with similar problems, have purchased from you in the past, and it worked out well. They’ll have higher confidence that, if they buy from you, they should be able to get the same outcome. In his classic book Influence, Robert Cialdini calls this “social proof”.
The principle of social proof operates most powerfully when we are observing the behavior of people just like us. It is the conduct of such people that gives us the greatest insight into what constitutes correct behavior for ourselves.
Therefore we are more inclined to follow the lead of a similar individual than a dissimilar one… We will use the actions of others to decide on proper behavior for ourselves, especially when we view those others as similar to ourselves.
Robert then goes on to caution against salespeople using the techniques he highlights who are “just like you”, his reader! This was written in the 1980s: forty years on, he’s still spot-on.
You can use effective testimonials to boost your conversion rate. This post is about how we do it for our copy projects, and how you can apply it.

13 min read SEOPress Ⓦ
Tutorials | seopress.org | 1 day ago

14 WooCommerce SEO tips to Boost your eCommerce

Improve your WooCommerce SEO now with 14 tips and increase your conversions!

14 WooCommerce SEO tips to Boost your eCommerce

Tutorials | seopress.org | 1 day ago

WooCommerce is a great plugin for adding an online store to WordPress. In this article we are going to take your through 14 tricks and tips to improve the SEO of WordPress sites using WooCommerce. 1/ Optimize the Shop page’s TITLE and Meta Description
If you haven’t changed it, the TITLE tag of your Shop page will be set to something like “Products – My Site” and the Meta Description will be empty. You’ll want to optimize these.
WooCommerce generates a Shop page using a WordPress archive pages called Products.
You can handle the TITLE tag and Meta Description attribute of this page in SEOPress. Go to the SEO menu, Titles & Metas. In the Archives tab. the first section, Products, gives you access to the TITLE tag and Meta Description values.
The default value for the TITLE tag will probably be made up of dynamic variables like this:
%%cpt_plural%% %%current_pagination%% %%sep%% %%sitetitle%%
%%cpt_plural%% is the plural of the archive post type, in this case Products
%%current_pagination%% adds the page number to the TITLE tag from page 2
%%sep%% adds a separator
%%sitetitle%% adds the title of the site
You may have other ideas for optimizing this

Business | techcrunch.com | 6 days ago

How Automattic pays its remote employees across different geographies – TechCrunch

There's been a lot of buzz lately about Facebook's proposal to pay remote employees less if they leave Silicon Valley. In this article, Matt Mullenweg explains why it can be difficult to achieve pay equity across different countries (and currencies).

How Automattic pays its remote employees across different geographies – TechCrunch

Business | techcrunch.com | 6 days ago

A growing number of tech companies is telling their employees they can work from anywhere, even after this pandemic has passed. A looming question, however, is how. Last week, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg told employees that Facebook will adjust the pay of those who choose to move out of the Bay Area and work in different, presumably less expensive, geographies. But others figuring out their own remote-work strategies might also look to Automattic, the now 15-year-old, heavily venture-backed company that is parent to the publishing platform WordPress; the platform for discovering long-form writing content, Longreads; the comment-filtering service Akismet; and, as of last year, the former social media giant Tumblr; among other businesses.
Automattic, which now employs more than 1,000 employees, has been nearly fully distributed from its founding days, and became entirely so in 2017, when the company shut its San Francisco office and told employees they could work from wherever they choose. At the time, founder and CEO Matt Mullenweg told Quartz that most employees were already opting not to come into the co-working space it was providing, so it reasoned its money could be better spent

6 min read Adi Spiac
Plugins | translatepress.com | 8 days ago

How to Translate Categories & Custom Taxonomies in WordPress

Learn how to translate taxonomies in WordPress using an intuitive translation interface. Translate categories, custom taxonomies, terms & more.

How to Translate Categories & Custom Taxonomies in WordPress

Plugins | translatepress.com | 8 days ago

The ability to translate categories and custom taxonomies in WordPress is essential for any website looking to go multilingual. If you’re serious about multilingual SEO, then translating taxonomy slugs is a must as it will help your translated content rank in multiple languages. This however is not always as straight forward as it should be. Different WordPress translation tools have different approaches when it comes to translating slugs for categories, custom taxonomies or terms. It’s quite easy to get confused when joggling with multiple translation interfaces for different types of content, while also having to worry about compatibility issues with your theme or favorite page builder.
In this tutorial, we’re going to use TranslatePress, a beginner-friendly WordPress translation plugin, that lets you translate all your taxonomy slugs in one place, using a intuitive translation interface that looks like this:
It also works out of the box with any theme or plugin, including WooCommerce or page builders, like Elementor. Using it you can translate every content on you site, page by page, using a visual translation editor.
Let’s dive in…
Translating WordPress

8 min read Daniel Wilson
Community | solwininfotech.com | 19 hours ago

Which is Best Social Media Feed Plugin for WordPress?

Want to integrate social feeds into your website? Check out this best social media feed plugin for WordPress. It will give you the option to easily interact with the content, follow or like or share.

Which is Best Social Media Feed Plugin for WordPress?

Community | solwininfotech.com | 19 hours ago

If you are using a WordPress website, then there are thousands of plugins available for your website. Moreover, not everyone has time to go through all the plugins as well as try out it to examine how good it works. That is the reason we bring together some of the best social media feed plugins for your WordPress website with amazing features and in detailed information. Furthermore, If you are thinking of adding your social networks to your website using magnificent social media feeds then you have various excellent social media plugin options. The social media feed plugin that we reviewed is supporting social media feeds that coordinate Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, and many others.
Let’s begin with the social media feed WordPress plugin.
Before starting the discussion on the social stream plugin, we will like to share some basic information on various kinds of social media feeds.
1. Facebook Feed
In today’s world, more than 2 billion people are using a Facebook website each month. Many people like to search for some company websites on Facebook, so it is an amazing thing to develop a bridge between your digital leads and social followers.
In addition to this, from

4 min read Codeinwp
Community | codeinwp.com | 20 hours ago

WordPress Birthday, Elementor Milestone, Template Kits, PHP and WP Version Checks

June 2020 roundup of news. Find out the latest happenings in the WordPress space.

WordPress Birthday, Elementor Milestone, Template Kits, PHP and WP Version Checks

Community | codeinwp.com | 20 hours ago

This is the June 2020 edition of “This Month in WordPress with CodeinWP.” Hi everyone! The past weeks freed us from our houses and apartments a little bit. We could go out for long walks and some fresh air, respecting the social distancing rules, of course. I think it makes a difference, being able to change scenery even slightly. With a more optimistic view for the rest of the year, let’s review the latest happenings in WordPress!
It’s been a tradition to refer to May as the anniversary month because that was when WordPress was officially introduced to the world. So happy birthday, WordPress!
In other news, it was a sweet and sour time for Elementor, going through security attacks but reaching a new milestone in popularity. Even Envato Elements released a kit of templates built entirely for Elementor.
On a different note, automatic tests will let you know whether a theme is compatible with your WordPress version in order to prevent you from installing it on your site.
But that was just an overview. Let’s talk about all the important news of June 2020!
Another year has passed and WordPress is still here, alive and kicking. The most notable change since

7 min read Eric Karkovack
Security | speckyboy.com | 21 hour ago

Hacked: What to Do When Your WordPress Website Has Been Compromised

Tips for recovering from a hack and finding out the source.

Hacked: What to Do When Your WordPress Website Has Been Compromised

Security | speckyboy.com | 21 hour ago

It starts with a sinking feeling that something is amiss with your WordPress website. Maybe your security plugin has alerted you to a changed file that you know you didn’t touch. Or you see some unfamiliar content within your post listing. Whatever the indicator, it leads to one conclusion: Your website has been hacked. What to do now?
While it’s perfectly normal to feel scared and/or frustrated, it’s not the time to panic. Instead, it’s time to spring into action! Kind of like a superhero, but your weapons of choice are a security scanner and an FTP client.
Still, you have the ability to save the day. Just follow our guide for dealing with a hacked WordPress website.
Use Your Backups
Managing a website – whether it runs on WordPress or not – means being prepared to act at a moment’s notice when something goes wrong. How do you do that? By keeping regular backups of your entire site – including its database and files.
Restoring clean versions of your files and data will quickly get your website back to a good place. If you don’t have a backup to turn to, recovering from a hack can be all the more difficult.
Without a backup, well,

Business | productivityist.com | 9 hours ago

3 Top Tips for Managing Time When You Don't Have Enough of It

Mike always has solid advice. The first tip - saying no - is still the most underrated productivity tool there is

3 Top Tips for Managing Time When You Don't Have Enough of It

Business | productivityist.com | 9 hours ago

Do you plan out your day every night before bed? When you wake up the next morning, feeling fresh and ready to tackle your day – do you find that before you know it you are writing the next day’s to-do list and all you are doing is shuffling today’s tasks to tomorrow (and adding a few more)? Are you continually asking ‘Where did the day go?’? Do you wonder how you can possibly get better at managing time when you don’t have enough of it to manage in the first place? If this sounds familiar, you are far from alone.
We all ask ourselves where the time goes and bemoans that it goes far too fast. But there are twenty-four hours in a day – every single day, for every single person. It is not going any more quickly or any slower for anyone else.
It is about using that time carefully to get what you need to do… done.
Sometimes you need to circle back and look at the simple things you can do to improve your time management and productivity. We all need those reminders every once in a while. That’s my aim with this piece – to share with you 3 ways you can get better at managing your time when you feel like you don’t have enough

1 min read Leo Fajardo
Community | youtu.be | 7 days ago

3 Types of WordPress Product Customers You Should Fire (and 4 Ways to Do It)

Investing time, effort, and money in high quality customer service is undoubtedly a good practice for any business. But, there are cases where giving good service to abusive and aggressive customers can hurt your business. This video will help you identify those customers and give you tools to “fire” them.

3 Types of WordPress Product Customers You Should Fire (and 4 Ways to Do It)

Community | youtu.be | 7 days ago

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6 min read WebDevStudios
Tutorials | webdevstudios.com | 8 days ago

Retroactively Sign Git Commits

How do you retroactively sign your Git commits? WebDevStudios Backend Engineer, Evan Hildreth, knows. He shows you in six steps.

Retroactively Sign Git Commits

Tutorials | webdevstudios.com | 8 days ago

It’s a classic situation. You’re contributing to a project, filed your pull request, and gotten it approved by your peers. You’re all ready to merge your code and add your humble contribution to the project when, out of nowhere, GitHub gives you this: How do you go about doing this, especially when you’ve already committed your work and pushed it to the server? How do you retroactively sign your Git commits? We’ll do this in six steps:
Gather Information
Install GPG
Create or use a key
Set up Git to sign commits using GPG
Rebase your commits
Overwrite your branch with your newly signed commits
There’s a lot to unpack, so we’re going to need six steps. Also, these instructions are for macOS; Windows and Linux users may have different commands.
Step 1: Gather Information
I’m self-aware enough to know that I’m the kind of person to just skip straight to the doing, but a quick moment here will save you from having to duplicate effort later. In particular, you can avoid this ‘gotcha’ that has gotten more than one person at the end of this process:
The name and email on your GPG key must match the name and email on the Git

14 min read Matteo Duò
Community | kinsta.com | 12 days ago

How to Submit Your WordPress Site to Google News and Google Discover

Having your website’s content in Google News is a great way to increase traffic. This is a tutorial about how to submit your WordPress site to Google News properly.

How to Submit Your WordPress Site to Google News and Google Discover

Community | kinsta.com | 12 days ago

The aim of Google News is to filter through the world’s news and make timely news accessible to readers in a way that’s easy for them to read, understand, and put to use. So what does this mean for your website and your site?
Lots of traffic, credibility, and authority.
If that sounds like something you’d like for your WordPress site (and let’s be honest, who wouldn’t) then read on to find out everything you need to know about how to submit your site to Google News.
What is Google News?
Google News is a news aggregator that curates a customizable flow of recent news articles and stories from the last 30 days.
Today, it’s even more than that as Google News stories can surface in other Google products, such as:
Google News feed (duh)
“Top stories” section in the SERP page
The “News tab” in the SERP page (like the one you have for images, so to speak)
Google Discover, Google’s new feed based on improved Knowledge Graph able to provide custom results based on a single user’s search history.
Here’s what Google News looks like:
Content is organized into categories, depending on your location and language settings.

Community | navthemes.com | 1 day ago

What to do when a plugin crashes your site

While playing around you will encounter cool plugins that you could totally use on your website find a theme or two that would perfectly compliment your content, play with the shortcodes that give you access to new features, basically experience the true beauty of setting up your environment exactly how you want it to be.

What to do when a plugin crashes your site

Community | navthemes.com | 1 day ago

The customizations that WordPress allows us to make are pretty much endless and it’s easy to get carried on when playing around with all the different possibilities. While playing around you will encounter cool plugins that you could totally use on your website, find a theme or two that would perfectly compliment your content, play with the shortcodes that give you access to new features, basically experience the true beauty of setting up your environment exactly how you want it to be.
Doing all of those customizations and exploration might be a relaxing ritual that takes you away from everyday stress, but you know what they say: “It’s only fun until someone gets hurt”. A bruised knee or scratched elbow will heal, but when that someone who gets hurt is your website…time to ring the alarm, start panicking, and searching for the rulebook with the instructions on what to do in this time of crisis!
Need help recovering a crashed #WordPress website? This article will tell you all the necessary steps to make that happen! Click To Tweet
If you push a few wrong buttons or make even one bad installation, you could easily cause a plugin conflict, theme issue, database

Business | cantspeakgeek.com | 2 days ago

What are Social Media Metrics and Which Ones are Important to Monitor? - Can't Speak Geek

If you plan to use social media in your marketing plan, you need to know how the social media metrics work and which ones that are important to monitor.

What are Social Media Metrics and Which Ones are Important to Monitor? - Can't Speak Geek

Business | cantspeakgeek.com | 2 days ago

Just like your ads are important to your business and you monitor them daily, the same is true for your social media profiles. The effectiveness of social media is without question crucial to your success. It’s time to decide the fate of your business and get involved so you can go toe-to-toe with your competition and keep up with your customer base. Data gathered from social media monitoring need to show what matters. The results of your social media campaign efforts show up in the numbers and should reflect a positive impact on the business.
Social Media Metrics Defined
Depending on the level of in-depth reporting your business requires, four major categories representing each step of the customer journey contain metrics, or assessments that show specific information. Awareness is related to your brand that shows your current and potential, future audience. Engagement informs how well your audience interacts with your content. Conversions provides insight into how well your content converts, or to say it another way, how many people respond to your call-to-action in a positive way. Customer metrics reflects the value of your brand based on customer testimonials. Each of the

5 min read Brandon Ernst
Community | freemius.com | 1 day ago

Account Successor Feature Tributed to Our Own Tevya Washburn

Account successorship ensures the safe and secure transfer of a Freemius account - a new tool we’ve added in tribute to our friend and partner, Tevya Washburn.

Account Successor Feature Tributed to Our Own Tevya Washburn

Community | freemius.com | 1 day ago

This is a particularly difficult post to write during a hard time in the world. One of our friends and community members, Tevya Washburn, has recently passed away, leaving behind his wife and four young children

20 min read Matteo Duò
Community | kinsta.com | 9 days ago

What's New in PHP 8 (Features, Improvements, and the JIT Compiler)

PHP 8 is expected to be released on December 03, 2020. It will bring new features, deprecations, and performance boost. Check what's new in PHP 8!

What's New in PHP 8 (Features, Improvements, and the JIT Compiler)

Community | kinsta.com | 9 days ago

PHP 8 is expected to be released in December 2020 and will bring us a whole bunch of powerful features and great language improvements. While several proposals are still under development, many RFCs have already been approved and implemented, so it’s time for us to dive into some of the most exciting additions that should make PHP faster and more reliable.
Please, note that PHP 8 is still under development, and we could see several changes before the final release. Anyway, we’ll keep track of these changes and update this post regularly, so make sure you don’t miss anything about PHP 8 and check this post again from time to time.
So, what features and improvements should we expect with PHP 8? What’s the biggest thing coming with PHP 8, the next major release of the language?
Let’s dive in!
PHP JIT (Just in Time Compiler)
The most acclaimed feature coming with PHP 8 is the Just-in-time (JIT) compiler. What is JIT all about?
The RFC proposal describes JIT as follows:
“PHP JIT is implemented as an almost independent part of OPcache. It may be enabled/disabled at PHP compile time and at run-time. When enabled, native code of PHP files is stored in an

12 min read Adi Spiac
Tutorials | translatepress.com | 14 days ago

Best Way to Translate a Website in 2020 (Easy Tutorial)

Find out what's the best way (and easiest) to translate a WordPress website in 2020.

Best Way to Translate a Website in 2020 (Easy Tutorial)

Tutorials | translatepress.com | 14 days ago

What’s the best way to translate a website in 2020? This is a popular question among website owners, and especially if it’s a business website that you’re running! In this tutorial, we take you step by step through the entire process and show you all the stages of translating your website in its entirety – from menus to content, images, and even SEO.
Let’s get started:
What’s the best way to translate a website?
If your website runs on WordPress then getting it translated is a fairly easy thing to do. However, you still need a translation or multilingual plugin to handle the main task. Here’s why:
You might have heard that WordPress is “translation-ready” or “ready for localization,” which suggests that all the tools required to get your website translated are already there, built-in.
This is partly true.
WordPress being translation-ready only means that it makes it possible for website translation on the code level. In other words, if you’re a web developer, WordPress has some ready-made structures for you in place that add translation capability to your themes or plugins. But this doesn’t help the end-user

10 min read Cozmoslabs
Tutorials | cozmoslabs.com | 22 days ago

How to Build a Website with User Accounts (Step by Step Tutorial)

Step by step guide on building a website with user accounts on top of WordPress, using the Profile Builder Pro user management plugin.

How to Build a Website with User Accounts (Step by Step Tutorial)

Tutorials | cozmoslabs.com | 22 days ago

In the past, websites consisted of simple static pages with information. These days, website owners are looking for ways on how to build a website with user accounts for a variety of reasons. For example, you can let visitors create user accounts on your website in order to generate user engagement, encourage user-submitted content, or make your website more community-oriented. It’s also a great way to manage the information that different users are able to see on your website and provide exclusive content to paying members.
Profile Builder Pro is an all-in-one user registration and management plugin for WordPress, that makes it easy to create a website with user accounts. You can integrate it with other plugins, add-ons, and tools to add advanced features to your site. For example, you might consider creating a member directory or user listing. This way, members can connect with one another and set up their own public profile. Users can easily create their own account.
In this article, we’ll show you how to build a website with user accounts in WordPress using the Profile Builder Pro plugin. We’ll also explain how you can integrate it with Paid Member Subscriptions

11 min read robert Abela
Security | wpwhitesecurity.com | 6 days ago

Secure your WordPress login with these easy-to-use plugins

Weak passwords are the most common cause of WordPress hack attacks. So securing the login process of your WordPress website is imperative, especially if you manage a multiuser website, or an eCommerce / membership site.

Secure your WordPress login with these easy-to-use plugins

Security | wpwhitesecurity.com | 6 days ago

When it comes to managing your WordPress site, keeping your login secure and working well should be of top priority. Whether you operate an eCommerce store, or a membership site, making sure that your users utilize a strong username and password combination is essential to securing your website against outside threats and hacking attempts. And yet, some of your users may well continue to use weaker passwords and usernames for their WordPress login. Passwords such as password123 or even 1234 leave a gaping hole in your site’s defenses. However, by using a couple of plugins, you can secure your WordPress login. With the plugins you can enforce strong passwords and use a more secure authentication mechanism.
This guide will walk you through what those plugins are and how to use them. It also explains why they are so crucial in the battle to keep your WordPress login secure. But first, it’s vitally important to understand why you need to take these steps to protect your website.
Why you should secure your WordPress login
A secure WordPress login for your users is essential for several reasons. Firstly, weak username and password combinations are one of the primary methods for

7 min read WebDevStudios
Development | webdevstudios.com | 15 days ago

Spice Up Your WordPress Site with These Built-In Gutenberg Content Block Recipes

The goal of this blog post, by WebDevStudios Frontend Engineer, Marty O'Connor, is to dive into Gutenberg content blocks and document some useful examples for all skill levels.

Spice Up Your WordPress Site with These Built-In Gutenberg Content Block Recipes

Development | webdevstudios.com | 15 days ago

Goal The goal of this blog post is to dive into the existing Gutenberg content blocks and document some useful examples for all skill levels. Let’s see what’s possible by simply configuring existing blocks to make clean, quick, functional layouts and spicing up your WordPress site with Gutenberg content block recipes. No code required.
Who benefits from Gutenberg Content Block Recipes?
Chances are, if you’re a WordPress developer, you’ve experimented with Gutenberg content blocks to some degree. However, if you’re like me, you’ve spent a good amount of time rolling your own custom blocks via JavaScript or ACF’s Gutenberg block-building features.
Anyone with a basic understanding of WordPress can build the following examples now. I hope that everyone from non-coders to engineers will appreciate how easy it is to build clean, simple layouts with these exciting features. Seasoned developers may come to realize that they can save time by opting for a solution that’s already baked in, or at least glean some inspiration for making your own custom block that functions in a similar fashion.
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