How to use Beaver Builder

For each page and post within WordPress you get the WordPress Block Editor: a basic page or post layout manager that’s perfect for blog posts, but a bit limited for full-scale web page building. It’s much like working within your favourite word processing application: you can write/insert and format your text, insert images and videos very…

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This article was originally written in Feb 2014 and receives regular updates as tactics change. Tip: If your website is currently hacked, this isn’t the guide you want. Check out our guide to cleaning a hacked WordPress site. Then come back here to harden it after the website has been cleaned. How and why do…

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Once you have a website and your marketing efforts are sending new customers to your website, it’s important to analyze the flow of traffic from the moment the visitor lands on your site through to the final conversion: whether placing an order or submitting a contact form. Analyzing visitor behaviour and making changes based on…

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The wordpress.com vs. wordpress.org thing can be a bit confusing. Rather than providing a long and drawn out history of the company, let’s get straight to the facts and most common related questions: What is hosted WordPress? WordPress is the software that powers the website; it’s what the owner of the site uses to make…

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In our more than 15 years of web hosting, we’ve encountered just about every content management system out there, from Mambo to Joomla, WordPress to Drupal, ModX to Magento. We’ve worked with them all! During each project we determine the best tools for the job based on the needs and wants of the client and,…

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If you use WordPress to power your website and have a bit of technical knowledge (particularly of Linux shell), then taking advantage of the command line interface tool, wp-cli, might be of interest to you! WP-CLI is a command line method of working with WordPress. Rather than triggering actions by logging in to the WordPress…

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While most of these guidelines will help you with any eCommerce application, there will be specific mentions for WooCommerce related plugins as it has (arguably) become the standard for eCommerce on WordPress. Fraud and Website Security The first thing to understand about managing fraudulent transactions is that they don’t directly have anything to do with…

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