No doubt you have heard the advise to use a different password on each website that you have a login for. No doubt you probably had a reaction like, “that sounds great but it’s too much work”. Why would you want to do this? Well, the most important reason is to prevent hackers from getting… Continue reading Stop Trying to Remember Passwords
Have you been wanting to learn how to setup your own WordPress blog or website?
This past 3 days was the ignagural WordCamp US conference and it was held right here in Philadelphia, PA.
On Tuesday evening, November 3, the New Castle County WordPress Meetup had its first event! We had a cozy group of 7 of us and we got to know each other a little bit, share some food & drinks and talked a lot about WordPress. We spoke about 2 main topics: Websites That Use WordPress… Continue reading NCC WordPress MeetUp #1
WordPress has become the dominant content management system in use today. An in depth review of just how widespread and where WordPress jobs are at from WP Engine.
As WordPress grows and matures both as a content management system and as an application platform, it becomes a more serious option as a solution for the corporate enterprise.
Today I got to attend my 3rd WordCamp Philly event. This year was hosted at the University of Sciences and it turned out to be a very nice facility. I love the diversity in our Philly WP community and there is always interesting people to meet and talk to. The sessions always give me something new… Continue reading WordCamp Philly 2015
So this weekend, I upgraded all of my client and my own sites to the latest WordPress release, 4.0 “Benny”. I have been testing out the beta and release candidate versions on my local development environment for the past few weeks and have found it to be rather stable and includes some great new… Continue reading WordPress 4.0 “Benny”
I have a feeling we are going to be hearing and seeing a lot more about this in the future. Just imagine the possibilities… More about Project Glass.