WordPress and PHP versions

WordPress and PHP versions

It used to be the case that WordPress would run on very old versions of PHP which could make websites vulnerable. Recently the WordPress core developer's team have swung the other direction and decided to warn you if you weren't running the latest and greatest version...

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Top 5 WordPress Gotchas

Top 5 WordPress Gotchas

WordPress is one of the easiest content management systems out there, but like all software it does have warts. Here are six things that had me scratching my head for a while.

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How I Turbocharged My WordPress Site

How I Turbocharged My WordPress Site

A Guest Blog post by David Schneider I host my site, Fringe Photography, right here at SWCP. They have been good to me, have always been quick to respond when I needed them, and I can't imagine using anyone else. And as we'll see, they provide top-notch performance,...

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WordPress Video Tutorials

WordPress Video Tutorials

We have started a Youtube channel to share WordPress video tutorials.Β  We are making videos to answer your WordPress questions.Β  The channel is called WP Coffee Break, and the idea is we can answer one WordPress question in the time it takes to have a cup of coffee...

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Why you shouldn’t miss this WordCamp

Why you shouldn’t miss this WordCamp

There's a WordCamp coming to Albuquerque in less than two weeks. It's got a wide variety of presentations for all levels of WordPress Users. The first day, Foundation Friday, covers a lot of things you really want when you getting started. Here are the topics.  ...

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WordPress and MailChimp

WordPress and MailChimp

WordPress is a great tool for website creation and blogging, but sometimes you need a little more control over the conversations you have with your readers and/or customers. MailChimp is a great tool to announce things to your readers. It can also give you a lot of...

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