Roughly one third of the internet is run on WordPress. It was a ground-breaking content management system, and it remains one of the most versatile systems on the web today. Not only can you create a blog, but you can create an online forum, sell products online and run a membership website.

There’s a lot to learn about WordPress. These posts will help you learn more about the CMS for whatever your needs, from creating content, running your website or working with the code directly.

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What to expect with WordPress 5.5

WordPress

WordPress 5.5 is slated to be released on August 11. The second major update of the year features a number of exciting changes to WordPress and the block editor. Let's walk through them.

Person frustrated with a WordPress website

How to manage a WordPress website

Small Business, Website Care, WordPress

It might seem easy right now to manage your WordPress website. But with threats and all of the updates, it can get pretty overwhelming. But here are some simple things you can do to properly manage your WordPress website.

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Best e-commerce plugins for WordPress

Ecommerce, Small Business, WordPress

You've decided you want to add an e-commerce section to your website this year. But there are so many options out there. Here are the plugins I suggest for online selling.

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What to look for in a pre-built WordPress theme

Digital Marketing, User Experience, Web Design, Web Development, WordPress

Pre-built WordPress themes are a great option if you're short on time and money. But how do you find the one that will grow your business? Here are some guidelines to follow to help you make that right decision.

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Navigating the WordPress theme landscape

Small Business, Web Design, WordPress

The WordPress theme landscape is just as cluttered as plugins. But a theme is arguably more important to your site than a plugin. So how do you wade through the themes to find the right one.

WordPress 5.2 welcome screen on a laptop sitting on a black couch

Always stay up to date with WordPress Core

Website Security, WordPress

I'm always baffled when I run across a website that has a really old version of WordPress running. I know some people still aren't on version 5.0 because of Gutenberg, but you still should stay updated for security and the newest features.