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Single-Page Websites: A Web Design Trend Worth Adopting?

Years ago, one of my clients referred me to a developer who wanted to partner with a copywriter. She would build the websites and I would supply the copy and SEO. Before we began our first project, I asked for a wireframe so I could get a sense for what each of the web pages […] https://premium.wpmudev.org/blog/

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WordPress themes and plugins to get readers, reviewers, and press

There are a ton of WordPress themes and plugins out there fit for the hungry writer trying to grow her following from scratch. But, there’s something you’ll want to take care of first: finding human readers to drive to your site. Too often, people build a website because someone says they have to, and they […] https://premium.wpmudev.org/blog/

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Why Not All Password Managers are Secure and What to Do About It

With over 30 million monthly brute force attacks, it’s crucial to use strong passwords everywhere. But creating and remembering unique strong passwords across all your accounts can feel like an impossible task. A password manager can help…or can it?! While using and enforcing strong passwords is strongly recommended especially on your WordPress website, not all […] https://premium.wpmudev.org/blog/

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How to Launch a Crowdfunding Campaign with WordPress

New business ventures are always exciting. You have a unique idea or solution. People seem to be really excited about it. But you need money to get the new business idea off the ground. You could go to investors or the bank to generate capital, but they need to see that there’s real interest in […] https://premium.wpmudev.org/blog/

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Understanding How WordPress Outputs Code From Child Themes

If you’ve ever needed to make tweaks to a third party theme, or you’re using a theme framework, you’ll be familiar with child themes. They’re a powerful feature of WordPress, giving you the flexibility to make customizations to any parent theme without losing them when the theme is updated. I use them to make edits […] https://premium.wpmudev.org/blog/

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Power Up Your Users With The User Role Editor Plugin

A wise man once said, “With great power comes great responsibility.” In WordPress this comes in the form of user roles which permit different access levels to parts of a WordPress site. The principle of least privilege in IT is a good one to follow. Only the most trusted users should have the greatest access, […] https://premium.wpmudev.org/blog/

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How to Seamlessly Add Product Reviews to Your WordPress Website

WordPress websites that act as the digital “salesperson” for a company need to d0 more than just talk about how awesome the business or product is. Consumers are demanding to hear from real-life customers who have been in their shoes. They want to know what they thought of the product, how it delivered on what […] https://premium.wpmudev.org/blog/

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