We have just released the penultimate course in our Success with WordPress series, “Success with WordPress: How to Make Your Website Super Fast”. The course is great value at $77 USD but if you buy it before 4pm (BST) on Friday 26th May you can get it for the introductory price of a mere $47 USD.
Our past experience selling WordPress themes on ThemeForest (and other marketplaces) has given us some insight into what customers really should be looking for when selecting a theme. It can be a daunting task with so many themes fitting so many niches across all of the marketplaces and it is important you make the right choice.
We have had a number of customers who had purchased one of our themes assuming it had a certain type of functionality, even though it wasn’t advertised as having so. This is frustrating on both sides, for us and the customer.
It is important to find out everything you can about a theme and the theme author before you hit that buy button, not after.
We have just released the third course in our Success with WordPress series, “Success with WordPress: Maintenance, Updates and Security”. The course is great value at $97 USD but if you buy it before 4pm (BST) on Thursday 11th May you can get it for the introductory price of only $67 USD.
Hi, Jude here. Chris and I have been chatting and we realised that we told you a little bit about ourselves in the intro video for our course “Success with WordPress: From Setup to Getting That Perfect Theme” but we had planned to tell you more. We have been so focused on working on our Success with WordPress courses and running our Support with WordPress Facebook group, that we haven’t had the chance to introduce ourselves properly.
It was announced yesterday that WordPress 4.8 will officially no longer be supporting Internet Explorer 8, 9 and 10.
Last week we announced to our mailing list that we have been working on something a little bit special for our students. If you have bought one of our courses you are now able to join our Student Affiliate Program.
If you have WooCommerce and are hovering over that ‘Update’ link in WordPress thinking “it will be fine if I just hit this won’t it, nothing will break” then think again. WooCommerce 3 has introduced some big problems for people updating. We’d recommend holding off updating to the shiniest version of WooCommerce right now and giving it some time to settle. If you’re desperate to update it, please make sure you read this whole blog post first.
If you didn’t already know, WordPress runs on PHP. You should always be looking to host your WordPress website on the latest version of PHP where possible.
You can now buy our second course in our Success with WordPress series, “Success with WordPress: How to Enhance Your WordPress Website“. What’s more, if you buy it before 8pm (GMT+1) on Friday 14th April you can get it for the launch price of just $59 USD. After that the price will increase to $89 USD which is still incredible value for money for all the information you get.
When you are starting out with WordPress you are going to find that there are a lot of technical terms. Terms that aren’t just related to WordPress, but the web in general. The last thing you want is to have to google all of the terms, especially as a lot of the explanations you will find on the internet are as confusing as the initial term in the first place!
Well look no further, we’ve got a lovely Glossary for you and you can get it as a download too!
If you’re new to WordPress or a WordPress website owner with a ton of WordPress questions, you are going to love this. We have just opened the “virtual” doors to our completely free Facebook Group called “Support with WordPress”.
WordPress security is a very important aspect of managing your WordPress website. We’re going to share our 6 top tips to help you improve your WordPress website’s security from hackers.
WordPress is a blogging platform and a content management system. In the past when the internet was created, a website was a simple text document which sometimes had hyperlinks in it. Fast forward to today and our online space is rich, highly engaging and full of great content.
This is the final blog post in our three part mini-series to mark the launch of our first Success with WordPress Online Course. In this one we look at Chris’ Facebook Live giving you three tips to speed up your WordPress website.
This is the second in our mini-series of blog posts sharing some of Chris’ Facebook Lives, to mark the launch of our first Success with WordPress Online Course. Today we are looking at choosing the right WordPress theme.
To mark the launch of our first Success with WordPress Online Course we are sharing three of Chris’ WordPress Wednesday Facebook Lives where he talks about things which are relevant to the first course that we have launched with is, From Setup to Getting That Perfect Theme. This is the first of three blog posts and in this one we looks back at Chris discussing custom versus commercial WordPress Themes.