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How to start a website on a budget

Creating a new website can cost a lot of money. For a custom website, you're looking at a starting point of at least $2,000. But there are ways you can trim that cost. So let's find out a way we can build a new website for half that price.

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What to expect with WordPress 5.5

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.

The new Gutenberg editor in WordPress

WordPress’ Gutenberg editor looks promising but needs work

WordPress' eventual new post editor, Gutenberg, became available as a feature plugin two weeks ago. It certainly has it's flaws but I think it has a lot of potential.

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WordPress 4.8 a great setup for cool things to come

Sure, WordPress 4.8 doesn't break any major ground, like the WP REST API in 4.7, but it's another solid, quality release from the volunteers who work in core. And it sets up greater things down the road.

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Slower WordPress cycle best for moving forward

After WordPress 4.7 dropped in December, Matt Mullenweg announced that he would be taking over and core wouldn't have a strict timeline for major releases. Now as 4.8 is about to drop, is this slower development cycle worth it?