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If you want to teach new WordPress support volunteers on the various WordPress forums such as Installation, WP-Advanced or Multisite, how to troubleshoot the many issues they’re likely to encounter, there’s a new guide available appropriately titled… 169 more words

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Brenda on WPkube, has written an interesting article on the value of creating a Development Schedule. The article “How to Create a Development Schedule for Your WordPress Site… 20 more words

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Chris Knowles of the WPMU Dev team tells you about a plugin to encode your email addresses to keep bots from scraping your site and getting them too easily.
Hat Tip: WPMUdev

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WPBeginner compiled a great list of hacks and Plugins for WordPress which includes things like category RSS feeds, adding category icons, sticky post for category archives, category templates, and more.

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According to Aaron Jorbin, WordCamp organizers need to create an interesting experience for attendees by utilizing strategic and engaging ways to teach WordPress. Subject matter being discussed should be of primary importance. 44 more words

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Jen Mylo series “Site Setup Journal: Prologue,” is about how she has set out on her adventure to set up a website on a self owned domain by using only the resources available to the average Joe. 163 more words

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There are several factors to consider when choosing an eCommerce plugin for WordPress. Patrick Mwachugu outlines them in his overview in his article of “Factors to consider about these WordPress Plugins” 145 more words

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