In today’s episode we recap the State of the Word address given by Matt Mullenweg at WordCamp US 2018.
419 – State of the Word 2018
On today’s episode I share how to manage a website using Jetpack and the WordPress.com dashboard / app.
In today’s episode we look at two different ways for creating a WordPress administrator account; one way through the database and one way via FTP.
In today’s episode I share how WordPress has changed my life and how thankful I am for the software.
In today’s episode I share how I use a local development environment, with git and GitHub and dandelion deploy to push changes to my server.
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In today’s episode we talk about getting your site prepared for the new Gutenberg Editor which comes with WordPress 5.0 in just a few weeks.
In today’s episode we look at some things we should be regularly checking on our WordPress site for security, vulnerabilities and brute force attacks.
In today’s episode we talk about how and what to track when it comes to activity on your WordPress website.
In today’s episode I share some of the happenings at Automattic’s 2018 Grand Meetup in Orlando Florida.