Archive for WordPress
Before you do any major upgrade to WordPress, you need to make sure you have a good backup strategy …. check out our BackupBuddy plugin, an all-in-one solution to backups, restores and migrations of WP sites.
Here’s an in-depth article with video tutorials on How to Backup WordPress Easily.
In honor of Cinco de Mayo, WebDesign.com, our premium web design training division, is hosting a free webinar on May 5 to talk about the five most important plugins every WordPress user should be using.
WebDesign.com instructor Benjamin Bradley, who just completed teaching the Advanced WordPress Developers course, will be sharing his insights on what plugins are a must.
Wednesday, May 5th : 11 a.m. to noon (Central Standard Time)
SEATING IS LIMITED!
Reserve your seat now at: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/443634499
We just launched another venture called PluginBuddy, a premium WordPress plugin marketplace today.
This is really exciting for me … and as I write this post on CCP, I think back to this blog and how it started it all!
Anyway, we just launched BackupBuddy, our easy, all-in-one backup, restore, and migration solution for WordPress.
James and I, along with the team at iThemes, will be hosting a two-day workshop in Dallas, Texas, Jan. 29-30 to share the ins and outs of about building websites with WordPress.
We’re calling it our iThemes WordPress Theme Bootcamp.
This is a great opportunity for those of you looking to build your church’s website in WordPress!
We’re trying to figure out travel plans potentially for WordCamp Atlanta on Jan. 8-9 … anybody going or in the area and want to meetup if some of us from the iThemes team go?
If you don’t know, WordCamps are 1 to 2 day enthusiast events for WordPress users and lovers! You learn a ton. I’ve been to at least 5 now and always meet great people. Make a comment if you’re going or in the Atlanta area.