BobWP has run on WPEngine since May of 2013. What better way to celebrate my appreciation to WPEngine than giving my readers 33% off your first three months of hosting.
I would like to share with you some tools online that I use in a pinch: for those little tasks or gathering some quick info. Some are directly related to WordPress while others are not. But I promise you, they are all very handy.
GoDaddy has come a long way. As with many people, I have had my own opinions in the past. But why dwell on the past? In the past year GoDaddy, has made some serious changes, all very positive. I’ve watched many within the WordPress community and beyond change their attitudes, and a lot of them […]
You may be curious because you have heard people talking about it, or some friend or colleague said you should start a blog on WordPress. Or you are just starting with WordPress and still have a lot of unanswered questions. In this video tutorial you will learn what an open-source software means to you and the differences […]
Have you been thinking that it’s time to get a new host for your WordPress website? If so, WPEngine might be the perfect choice for you. To celebrate, I wanted to quickly share WPEngine’s OctoberPress Hosting Fest. You will get 3 months free hosting with an annual hosting plan. And if you are curious why […]
Before you make any rash decisions, this is not some big ad for WPEngine. It’s just something that enough of us never think to do. Thank a company for the great service they give you. Both Judy and I have always made the biggest effort to do this. I remember when she went to ER […]
I cannot tell you how many times someone has come to me for WordPress help and after I ask for specific information, like their hosting login, their FTP info, or even their WordPress login, it’s never a simple matter of finding it. Or they send me info that is outdated. If you have been reading […]
WPEngine is probably one of my favorite managed hosts for WordPress. That’s why we have all our sites there. Sure, compared to shared hosting they cost more, but for the security, site speed and their fantastic support, it’s well worth the money. But I’m not here to tell you all of their features, as you […]
Came across another great infographic. If you know me, I talk a lot about this as so many people have the concern of WordPress and security. What I find particularly interesting is the How Do WordPress Sites Get Hacked? You will see nothing about flaws in the WordPress core. It’s all with hosting, plugins, weak […]
As promised, here is the posting of my second WPStarter videos. In last Friday’s post I shared with you how to do a one-click install if your hosting service gives you that option. This time I’ll be going over manually installing WordPress. Now you may be asking, Why the heck would I go through manually […]