Your website requires backing up regularly – here’s how to do it

Your web design/WordPress tip for today: Always back your site up regularly! These days, a lot of hosting companies offer site backups but if yours doesn’t or you want more control of exactly what gets backed up and when, there are several options on the market. Here are the options I recommend most often: Updraft Plus – is a good plugin with both a free …

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Do you know the best order you should be using when updating WordPress?

Your WordPress quick tip for today. . . You might think, like most people do, that you do WordPress updates in the order they are on the Updates page but that’s not actually true! For a long time, I didn’t know there was a proper order, either. I just started at the top of the Updates list and worked my way down: WP core, plugins, …

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The top 5 reasons your WP website might be having issues

Although I primarily only do web design for past clients, friends, and associates or via referrals nowadays, I’ve been seeing some really terrible advice about websites lately. So, I’m going to start dropping some quick facts every day about design and development. Here’s your first one. . . WordPress is a solid platform and if you’re having problems with it, I can guarantee you there’s …

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Before you create your online course

I’ve been working with clients on building and creating courses using WordPress and other platforms for about 5 years now. In that time, I’ve come to know a handful of things you should be aware of and think about before you create your online course. In this post, I’ll go over those things. Before we get into that, there’s one thing we need to talk …

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[Courses] How to Build a Course on WordPress

Creating courses is one of DBB’s specialties. In fact, it’s what I’m teaching my workshop on at WordCamp Seattle this year (more on that soon!) and so I decided to create a course on exactly how to do it! And it’s launching next month! I’ve spent the past few weeks building out the course website, the demo site, the videos and worksheets, and all the …

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