Have you ever tried migrating a WordPress site manually? If you have, or know someone who has, you know how complicated, sometimes expensive and long a process it can be.
That’s why WP Engine have just launched a new plugin to significantly reduce the time it takes to fully migrate a site to their managed WordPress hosting platform – WP Engine Automated Migration.
We’re off to WordCamp Europe 2015 in Seville, we’ll be there on Wednesday around noon, just in time to meet a few people and check the city out before WordCamp goes in full swing. We’re super excited to be attending this event, I’m sure it will be the biggest WordCamp Europe so far.
We’re looking for a freelance web designer / WordPress theme developer to help us in some new ventures. We are looking for someone with specific experience in building websites for digital products.
If that sounds like you, please get in touch.
There are free WordPress plugins and there are WordPress plugins that you must pay for. These are often called “premium” WordPress plugins. Free plugins can be found in the official plugin directory on WordPress.org, but premium WordPress plugins are not likely to ever be listed here. So how can premium plugins be found then?
In the past few hours one of the most popular RSS WordPress plugins was removed from the WordPress Plugin Repository. I’m referring to WP RSS Multi Importer.
Support was lacking over the past few months, to say the least, but the sudden complete removal of this plugin has left many users stranded.
For those of you who still use RSS Multi Importer, we now recommended switching to WP RSS Aggregator.
DreamHost are one of the world leaders when it comes to web hosting and cloud services for entrepreneurs and developers. In the past 18 years they’ve helped over 400,000 customers transform their dreams of a great life on the internet to a reality, and they constantly look for ways to improve their customers’ experience. So in their latest attempt to keep improving their service to all customers, they’ve introduced Solid State Drives (SSDs) on their shared web hosting accounts too.