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WordPress and Web Application knowledgebase and FAQs to help you build the right website(s) and web application(s)

WordPress and Web Application knowledgebase and FAQs to help you build the right website(s) and web application(s)
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The Price Of Low Cost Websites

In the past few years there’s been a surge in low cost products. From low cost websites to flights (AirAsia & RyanAir) and even rides (Uber & Grab). But the unbundling of the costs also

Difference Between Prebuilt Vs Custom Themes

Lately I’ve been working on building affordable WordPress sites as a commercial business. While I’ve been building sites since 1999 and have launched multiple sites for friends and family, I have not actually done this

5 Things You Never Knew When Hiring WordPress Developers

So your company decides it needs a new website (or a refresh of the old one) and you begin your search on hiring WordPress developers. You google your way through and find a few promising

How To Fix A Hacked WordPress Site

Recently I was invited to fix a hacked WordPress site that started displaying a Google warning page as someone visits them. The thing is, the website was hacked for a couple of years, but they did not

How to Buy Bad WordPress Themes

So yes, you decided to start an ecommerce startup and have certain extensions you’ve earmarked to buy on WooCommerce.com. And perhaps you might have engaged a developer to build a few more, so that you

Launching your MVP with WordPress

Recently I was at the launch of a local accelerator program, where we had a group of venture capitalists, investors, aspiring startup owners and people out to network. Over lunch, I met an uncle who runs

Five Best Ways To Tank Your Site

Running a site can both be a joy and a pain. Especially if you need to maintain and update the site that runs on a hard to update software. Or perhaps one which was badly coded

Don’t Buy Lifetime WordPress Licenses

So you are new to WordPress (or just returned to using WordPress) and are considering purchasing some lifetime WordPress licenses to cut your costs. However, you’re stumped to find only a few WordPress companies offering

Why Your Website Should Be Open Source

Recently, an interesting news popped up in my newsfeed. It was about a government requiring all customised government software to be open source. Having said that, let us go a step further and tell help

5 Things You Can Do With Your WordPress Blog

So you want to start blogging but have not decided on either WordPress.com, WordPress.org or even Blogspot. My friend, you are not alone. While blogging and working on content marketing on a hosted platform like