Web Development Tools I Use – Developing WordPress Websites

When Developing WordPress Websites, there are several tools that I use to ensure I have a Streamlined Workflow. Since I’ve been creating custom sites for several years, I’ve learned the hard way how long it can take to have a website completed in a timeframe that won’t consume more time than needed while ensuring that Read full article…

Tour of the WordPress Database

The WordPress Database is an integral part of the software that powers over 28% of the modern web. The database that’s used is MySQL. You can also use MariaDB. If you’ve never directly interacted with a MySQL Database, think of it like Microsoft Excel, just significantly more powerful and capable of scaling to the point Read full article…

How To Secure WordPress Without Security Plugins

WordPress is a very popular piece of software and it’s for this reason that it is highly targeted by those looking to hack your website. There are a bunch of ways to protect your WordPress Website from being hacked and I’ve covered some of the best practices in other articles but in this post I Read full article…

Speed Up Your WordPress Website By Minifying your Code

WordPress is a powerful CMS that powers the vast majority of the Modern Web. It’s a dynamic platform that makes it amazingly easy to share your thoughts, ideas, opinions and in the case of business, your services & products. The fact that WordPress is a dynamic CMS means it uses some powerful coding languages to Read full article…

How to Setup WordPress Multisite – Video Demonstration

As you already know, I’m a huge supporter of WordPress. It’s the most widely used Content Management System that powers the vast majority of modern day websites. The functionality that’s baked into it is second to none and the ability to extend it with additional functionality via the thousands of free or premium plugins and Read full article…

Free SSL Certificates for Your Website

By now you’ve probably heard that Google wants websites to use SSL Certificates. But do you know what they are, how they work and how much they cost? In this article we are going to explore a FREE, yes FREE SSL Provider named Let’s Encrypt. What Are SSL Certificates? SSL Certificates stand for Secure Sockets Read full article…

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