Got a great idea and itching to get it online? It’s not as difficult as you might think. Contrary to popular belief, you don’t need a degree in web development to put your stamp on the net. There’s a variety of DIY website software available that’ll help you get your big idea going places. And…Continue Reading “The best DIY website software for beginners”
We all know that WordPress is very popular. It’s easy to use, easy to customize and simply a great content management system. My team and I use WordPress for our online tech magazine, Zincubate, and have discovered a handful of helpful WordPress plugins (and yes, we actually use them). Akismet ï¿½ Block Spam in WordPress…Continue Reading “5 Extremely Useful WordPress Plugins”
WordPress releases a new theme under the banner Twenty Somethings every year, since 2010 when it first released Twenty Ten. Subsequently Twenty Eleven was released in 2011 and this year saw the new version of WordPress, WP 3.5 which came bundled with a default theme Twenty Twelve. The Twenty Somethings are the no-nonsense kind of…Continue Reading “Why I Love the Twenty Twelve WordPress Theme”
This is a guest post by G Veda Vyass of blogVault, a Premium WordPress Backup Service When hackers of all hues make their mark online everyday, as the owner of a site, security should be foremost in your mind. Security means, security of your site as well as security of your content. Here are some…Continue Reading “Simple Steps to Protect your WordPress Site from Hackers”
Howdy. Seems like only yesterday did our WordPress Weekly Roundup air, yet a whole week has rushed by delivering lots of interesting content and ideas revolving around WordPress and its communities.
Ending this second week of September we’ve collected some of this week’s happenings in our weekly roundup.