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How to Set up a Profitable Digital Business with 10 WordPress Themes Packed with Elementor

Introduction Undeniable Benefits of Elementor Page Builder Elementor-Packed Website Templates for Business Impuls Imperion BeClinic Legalor DecoDepot Dividenz Logicon AlpenHouse European Cuisine Primo Bottoms up “Elementary”, said Sherlock Holmes to Watson. “Elementor”, said a pro webmaster to a newbie. If you’re looking for a simple, intuitive, and well-documented way to build a website, opt for […] The post How to Set up a Profitable Digital Business with 10 WordPress Themes Packed with Elemen...
Tags: Wordpress, Blogging, Watson, Sherlock Holmes, Wordpress Themes, TemplateMonster, Wordpress Theme, Elementor, business WordPress Theme, Elementor themes


WordPress, Used Correctly, for Law Firms is Stable, Secure and Highly Performing

The reason that some law firm IT and legal marketing folks aren’t fans of WordPress is that when they neglect to update it or make ill-advised use of plugins and themes WordPress becomes unsafe. It really is as simple as that. WordPress is one of the most, if not the most, stable, secure and highly performing content management solutions available to small and large law firms, whether it be for a blog, a microsite or a website.  Whether WordPress performs, is secure and stable comes down...
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WordPress, Used Correctly, for Law Firms is Stable, Secure and Highly Peforming

The reason that some law firm IT and legal marketing folks aren’t fans of WordPress is that when they neglect to update it or make ill-advised use of plugins and themes WordPress becomes unsafe. It really is as simple as that. WordPress is one of the most, if not the most, stable, secure and highly performing content management solutions available to law firms, whether it be for a blog, a microsite or a website.  Whether WordPress performs, is secure and stable comes down to its set up, ...
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WordPress news and Gutenberg tips: Use reusable blocks

Another week, another roundup! We saw WordPress’ growth hit an important milestone last week, and an interesting proposal was made concerning available blocks in the editor. Let’s see what that’s all about! In this edition of my roundup, I also share a few more tricks about the Block Editor itself. And, last but not least, I have a bonus link for you again. Of course I do! WordPress now powers one-third of the web! Last week, Joost published an article on the WordPress.org site about Wor...
Tags: Wordpress, Seo, Github, Alex, Gutenberg, Joost, Alex Shiels


Gutenberg tips

Another week, another roundup! We saw WordPress’ growth hit an important milestone last week, and an interesting proposal was made concerning available blocks in the editor. Let’s see what that’s all about! In this edition of my roundup, I also share a few more tricks about the Block Editor itself. And, last but not least, I have a bonus link for you again. Of course I do! WordPress now powers one-third of the web! Last week, Joost published an article on the WordPress.org site about Wor...
Tags: Wordpress, Seo, Github, Alex, Gutenberg, Joost, Alex Shiels


WordPress Now Powers Over One-Third of the Web

As reported yesterday, WordPress now powers over 1/3rd of the top 10 million sites on the web according to W3Techs. Their market share has grown steadily over the last few years, going from 29.9% just one year ago to 33.4% today.  WordPress isn’t just for individuals, small businesses or blogs.   Over the years WordPress has become the CMS of choice for more and more people and companies. As various businesses use WordPress, the variety of WordPress sites grows. Large enterprise...
Tags: Law, Wordpress, Cms, University Of Houston, Matt Mullenweg, Drupal Joomla Wix Squarespace


How to Switch Back to Old Classic Editor in WordPress

Those who have recently upgraded to WordPress 5.1.1 might have noticed a brand new editor. The new block editor introduced with WordPress 5.0 replaces the good old classic editor. The new block editor (also known as Gutenberg editor) is a block-based editor with a completely new and modern interface. I personally found the block aka Gutenberg editor complex to use and would anytime prefer the classic editor over it. Thankfully, it is possible to revert to the old editor in WordPress without much...
Tags: Internet, Wordpress, Blogging, Plugins, Tips, How To's, Gutenberg


Word From the Shop, an Upgrade to PHP 7.2 on the LexBlog Platform

I don’t get word out from the factory floor often enough. I’ll try to do better.  Our tech and development team worked weekends in February to upgrade LexBlog’s managed WordPress platform to PHP 7.2. PHP is a programming and scripting language to create dynamic interactive websites. WordPress is written using PHP as the scripting language. Like WordPress, PHP is also  Open Source and used by countless developers and managed platforms, worldwide.  Why should you and other digital publi...
Tags: Technology, Law, Wordpress, Php, Lexblog, Josh, Jared Scott Angelo


Blogging for Dummies in 2019: The Only Cheat Sheet You Need

Is blogging dead? No. In 2019, it’s more relevant than ever. Blogging helps drive traffic to your website. As a result, it gets eyes on your content. If you aren’t getting visitors, you’re not getting your message, product, or service out in the world. Check out any major site; chances are, they have a blog of some kind that’s relevant to their business or niche. Sites like Microsoft, Google, and Disney all run blogs even though they already have a large following. That’s because they know t...
Tags: Google, Wordpress, Advertising, Disney, Blogging Tips, Microsoft Google, Amazon Associates, Blog Tips, Install WordPress, WordPress WordPress, John O'Nolan, WordPress Management There


New WordPress Flaw Lets Unauthenticated Remote Attackers Hack Sites

If for some reason your WordPress-based website has not yet been automatically updated to the latest version 5.1.1, it's highly recommended to immediately upgrade it before hackers could take advantage of a newly disclosed vulnerability to hack your website. Simon Scannell, a researcher at RIPS Technologies GmbH, who previously reported multiple critical vulnerabilities in WordPress, has once [Author: [email protected] (Swati Khandelwal)]
Tags: Wordpress, Tech, Hacking News, Website Security, Swati Khandelwal, Wordpress hacking, WordPress exploit, WordPress Vulnerability, Hack Wordpress, Simon Scannell, RIPS Technologies GmbH


How to Get Your Church Website to Do More for You

We continue to walk you through our church website design process.  (Click if you missed steps 1-4). All of the custom church websites we build are built in WordPress.  WordPress software is open source, so there’s no cost for the core software itself. Estimates are 30% of all websites are build using WordPress.  Because it’s so popular, there are lots of themes and plugins available – some for free, some for a fee. At this point in the process, we install and configure WordPress. Then install...
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WWW at 30 : Democratization of Legal Publishing Made Possible

The World Wide Web is thirty years old today. The Internet may have existed for twenty years before the WWW, but it was not until English scientist Tim Berners-Lee brought us the Web So that documents and resources could be shared and linked to via Uniform Reosource Locators (URL’s). A year later, Berners-Lee brought us the first software to display web pages on terminals called the Line Mode Browser. It was not until 1993 when a Marc Andreessen led team at the University of Illinois...
Tags: Publishing, Law, Wordpress, Lexblog, Bell, Marc Andreessen, Matt Mullenweg, University Of Illinois, Berners Lee, Tim Berners Lee, Matt, Netscape, Cerf, Ed Walters, Vinton Cerf, Uniform Reosource Locators URL


New commenting plugin option, a book release, and a WordPress milestone

It’s time* again for a new roundup of WordPress news! Today I’m sharing a new commenting plugin for WordPress, the release of a new book about Object Oriented Programming in WordPress. The WordPress Project also crossed an imported milestone this week. Keep on reading and you’ll learn all about it! New commenting plugin option For a very long time when you, for whatever reason, wanted to replace the default WordPress commenting you basically only had Disqus as an option. We used to have ...
Tags: Wordpress, Seo, Php, Disqus, Gutenberg, WordPress Project, Carl Alexander


Release schedules, selling digital downloads, and some bonus links

In this roundup, I’ll discuss what’s going on with the WordPress release schedule. I’m also highlighting a new e-commerce solution for selling downloadable items in WordPress. And of course, I carefully selected some bonus links for your reading pleasure. Let’s dive in! WordPress Release Schedules WordPress has typically seen three to four releases per year for the last couple of years. Last year, we saw a bit of change in this, with a whole bunch of point releases leading up to the big ...
Tags: Wordpress, Seo, Joost, WordPress Project, WordPress Release Schedules WordPress, Steve Marquess


What to Expect In Your First 15 Days of Blogging

Day 1: Make Sure Blog Setup Before Launching Launching your very first blog can have you on the edge of your seat. This is a very exciting time and it’s natural to want to jump the gun and post your content as soon as it’s ready. However, you need to ensure that you’ve included a few necessities before you officially post your website for the world to see. Your website should include an About Us page as well as Contact Information section. You’ll also need to pay attention to the design. WordP...
Tags: Google, Post, Wordpress, Blogging, Google Analytics, Gizmodo, Facebook StumbleUpon


Podcasting in 3, 2, 1, Action! My 2018 WordCamp NYC Session

In September 2018 I spoke at WordCamp NYC about Podcasting. This video contains my session from start to finish, including the questions afterward. The video footage was recorded and supplied by the WordCamp NYC volunteer organizers. So thank you! Subscribe
Tags: Photography, Wordpress, WordCamp NYC


Can WordPress Make Other E-commerce Platforms Obsolete?

WordPress may be new to the eCommerce arena, but quite an archaic platform known on the web for allowing beginners to set up a simple blog or website. WordPress was quite famous among bloggers and small to medium size business owners.  The eCommerce market was mainly ruled by Magento, BigCommerce, PrestaShop, and others that pioneered the technology of setting up online stores. WordPress, being limited to a CMS (Content Management System), took a swift turn when a small plugin did the w...
Tags: Ecommerce, General, Wordpress, Advertising, Cms, Digital Media, Dubai, Ripley, Magento BigCommerce PrestaShop, Syed Waqqas Mohsin


How to Start a Food Blog (A Step-By-Step 2019 Guide)

If you are a talent in the kitchen and you want to share your culinary thoughts with the world, you are probably thinking it’s time you start your own food blog. It’s the digital age, after all. The good news is starting a food blog isn’t a difficult task. If you Google food blogs you’ll see plenty of others who are already sharing their wisdom and it has never been easier to get involved. Blogs are an affordable, simple way to spread your message. Furthermore, food blogs can be ou...
Tags: Google, Food Blogging, Wordpress, Advertising, Cms, Google Analytics, Guides, Shopify, Blogging Tips, Drupal, Yoast SEO, Facebook Twitter Pinterest, Joomla, WordPress WordPress, Michelle Deery, WordPress Related Posts


Kinsta Pro WordPress Hosting for Pro Bloggers

Not all web hosting is made alike. You may be able to find what appear to be crazy bargains on web hosting only to learn the hard way about all the corners they had to cut to achieve that price. Customer service is unhelpful or nonexistent. Server hardware is horribly outdated and mismanaged. You suffer through way too much downtime and page load times are atrociously slow. In the end, your “bargain” just isn’t worth it. There has to be a better way without breaking the bank. And there is, espec...
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Critical Flaw Uncovered In WordPress That Remained Unpatched for 6 Years

Exclusive — If you have not updated your website to the latest WordPress version 5.0.3, it’s a brilliant idea to upgrade the content management software of your site now. From now, I mean immediately. Cybersecurity researchers at RIPS Technologies GmbH today shared their latest research with The Hacker News, revealing the existence of a critical remote code execution vulnerability that [Author: [email protected] (Swati Khandelwal)]
Tags: Wordpress, Tech, Hacking News, Vulnerability, Remote Code Execution, Swati Khandelwal, Hacker News, WordPress Security, Wordpress hacking, Hack Wordpress, RIPS Technologies GmbH


Kinsta Managed WordPress Hosting With Google Cloud

Not all web hosting is made alike. You may be able to find what appear to be crazy bargains on web hosting only to learn the hard way about all the corners they had to cut to achieve that price. Customer service is unhelpful or nonexistent. Server hardware is horribly outdated and mismanaged. You suffer through way too much downtime and page load times are atrociously slow. In the end, your “bargain” just isn’t worth it. There has to be a better way without breaking the bank. And there is, espec...
Tags: Reviews, Google, Wordpress, Blogging, CDN, The Net, Kinsta, Kinsta Managed WordPress Hosting With Google, WordPress Kinsta, Amazon Route


WordPress 5.1 is incoming, Gutenberg Phase 2 updates, and bonus links!

We have a big week ahead of us! WordPress 5.1 will be released this week and with it comes a lot of improvements for the Block Editor as well as a whole bunch of other improvements. I’m also updating you on Gutenberg phase 2. And of course, there are some bonus links as well. Let’s dive in! WordPress 5.1 slated for this week It’s only been a little over two months since WordPress 5.0 was released, but the next release, WordPress 5.1, has been progressing very nicely. So well, in fact, th...
Tags: Wordpress, Seo, Gutenberg, Cron, Gutenberg Phase, PHP Fatal Recovery WSOD, Customizing Gutenberg Blocks Customizing Gutenberg, Gutenberg Blocks Design Library


10 Catchy WordPress Landing Page Themes

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Tags: Business, Technology, Web Design, Wordpress, Marketing, Reader Submission, Landing Pages, Wordpress Themes, Landing Page Templates, Catchy WordPress Landing Page Themes


5 Ways that Kajabi Makes Selling Courses Online Easy for Bloggers

As bloggers, we’re already familiar with the most common ways to make money online. It usually comes down to the content and traffic volume on our sites – but ultimately, it’s usually a preference of affiliate marketing, Google AdSense, or selling a course or product. While affiliate marketing and Google AdSense are nice, they still only allow you to earn a small percentage of the total revenue involved. When selling your own course or product, you can take home close to 100% of the revenue. ...
Tags: Google, Wordpress, Blogging, Kajabi, Power of Webinars


With new blueprints, Amazon empowers anyone to create Alexa skills in minutes

Amazon launched new tools called Skills Blueprints last year to empower more users to create and publish Alexa Skills and is now fine-tuning the tools, adding more customization as well as live and recorded audio. The post With new blueprints, Amazon empowers anyone to create Alexa skills in minutes appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Amazon, News, Wordpress, Trends, Smart Home, Alexa, Smart Speaker, Alexa Skills, Amazon Skills Blueprints


New WordPress tools, plugins & presentations to learn from

Today, I’d like to highlight a couple of valuable news items from the WordPress Community. We saw some great things happening with new solutions and updates to already existing plugins. Enjoy! WPCampus Online WPCampus Online happened on January 31 and featured a lot of great content. If you missed out or want to revisit the conference, the website has links to all the slides and speaker information on their schedule page. All sessions were recorded, just like the last time, and will be ...
Tags: Wordpress, Seo, Gutenberg PublishPress, Wordfence Wordfence


How to Embed a Video

WordPress 5.0+ and Gutenberg make it easy to embed a video but that doesn't mean it's right. Here's how to properly embed a video in just a few steps. Continue reading → The post How to Embed a Video appeared first on AreWeConnected.com. AreWeConnected is AreWeConnected.com - Custom WordPress Websites that Rock!
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Twenty Nineteen

Changing the look of my blog used to be something I loved to do, whether it was creating a new look from scratch or heavily customizing themes and templates I would find online. I’d do it on an almost seasonal basis. This “design” aspect of blogging is something I’ve lost interest in along the way, with the only thing keeping me going being the desire to write. For that reason, when I started blogging more heavily again a few years ago, I was fine with using the default “Twenty Fifteen” WordPres...
Tags: Travel, Japan, Wordpress, Blog, Blogging, Personal, Tokyo, Meta, Blogger, Movable Type


9 Ways to Prevent a Data Breach at Your Company

By Theodora Evans A data breach occurs when cybercriminals gain access to sensitive information without permission. It is possible for this breach to affect either personal or corporate data in a small or large organization. Both internal and external hackers are fast and invisible. They can cause a data breach when they gain access to customer accounts, names, passwords or credit card details due to poor security practices and other vulnerabilities in your company’s information system. To avoid...
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