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How to Restrict Content to Registered Users on Your WordPress Website

Restricting premium content to paid members is the basic requirement for running a membership website. This way, you can keep a few sections of your website private while others are available to the public. If you’re powering your website with WordPress, you can easily restrict content with the Ultimate member plugin; you can restrict content based on selective sections, pages, or posts. In this article, we’ll go through the process step-by-step to restrict content using the Ultimate Member plugin. … More Info

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IOTA Payments Can Now Be Accepted via WordPress Plugin

Vladislav Sopov Developers from IOTA community have released plugin that allows all WordPress sites to accept IOTA in a matter of clicks Contents IOTA plugin for WordPress goes live: Details More retail payment instruments to come IOTA tokens can now be easily accepted by every website built on popular PHP-written open-source content management system WordPress. IOTA plugin for WordPress goes live: Details IOTA community enthusiast Alexander (@shortkatien), the author of the Short-Aktien.de blog on peer-to-peer technologies and cryptocurrencies, has released a plugin (purpose-made… More Info

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3 Simple PageSpeed & Core Web Vital Hacks for WordPress

The Page Experience Update is coming, and if you’re reading this you’re likely either scrambling to tackle the issues you’ve been ignoring or looking for some ways to enhance the work you’ve done. Most in the industry are aware that it will start out fairly light, becoming more influential over time. Google’s John Mueller likened it to cooking. They’re starting with just a pinch of salt, and will slowly adjust to get things right. I see this update a lot like the HTTPS update. The day it rolled out it didn’t seem to have an overwhelming impact. But how many HTTP sites do you see… More Info

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3 Simple PageSpeed & Core Web Vital Hacks for WordPress

The Page Experience Update is coming, and if you’re reading this you’re likely either scrambling to tackle the issues you’ve been ignoring or looking for some ways to enhance the work you’ve done. Most in the industry are aware that it will start out fairly light, becoming more influential over time. Google’s John Mueller likened it to cooking. They’re starting with just a pinch of salt, and will slowly adjust to get things right. I see this update a lot like the HTTPS update. The day it rolled out it didn’t seem to have an overwhelming impact. But how many HTTP sites do you see… More Info

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WordPress 5.8 adds native WebP image format support

The latest version of WordPress now fully supports WebP images without the need for plugins or additional code. Matt Mullenweg, a founding developer of WordPress, announced on July 20, 2021, the release of WordPress 5.8 Tatum. Buried amongst the new features was a mention about WordPress adding support for WebP. WebP is an image format that can significantly reduce the file sizes of images without loss of visual clarity, and it fully supports transparency. WebP is the perfect successor to JPEG and PNG image formats. Frustratingly, the format has taken a significant amount of time to… More Info

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WordPress 5.8 “Tatum” Introduces Block Widgets, Duotone Media Filters, New Emoji Support, and More – WP Tavern

WordPress 5.8 “Tatum,” named in honor of jazz pianist Art Tatum, landed earlier today. It is the second major release in 2021. It includes duotone media filters, block-based widgets, theme-related blocks, template editing, and theme JSON file support. The release also ships tons of other notable features, such as support for new Emoji and an Update URI field for plugin authors to offer custom updates. The latest update also drops support for IE11, saying goodbye to the era of Internet Explorer. Matt Mullenweg led the WordPress 5.8 release, which saw contributions from 530… More Info

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WordPress 5.8 update extends Site Health interface for developers

Second major release of the year expands usability of PHP security tool WordPress has extended its Site Health interface for developers, allowing for greater visibility over potential security flaws. Version 5.8 of WordPress core, out today (July 20), allows web developers to extend the Site Health admin interface. Read more of the latest WordPress security news Developers will now be able to include their own tabs to allow website administrators to navigate their way around the Site Health portal more easily. Check out the WordPress release notes for… More Info

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Web hosting vs WordPress hosting: Which is best?

Building a website may be easier now than it’s ever been, particularly with the best website builders, but new website owners still face a lot of different decisions in the process. One of the most important decisions you have to make early on is figuring out which of the best web hosting services are ideal for your website.  You’ll find a lot of different terms and categories in your research about web hosts—It’s a lot to navigate. A question you’ll want to understand early on is how web hosting and WordPress hosting compare, and here we pit web hosting vs WordPress hosting to… More Info

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Web hosting vs WordPress hosting: Which is best?

Building a website may be easier now than it’s ever been, particularly with the best website builders, but new website owners still face a lot of different decisions in the process. One of the most important decisions you have to make early on is figuring out which of the best web hosting services are ideal for your website.  You’ll find a lot of different terms and categories in your research about web hosts—It’s a lot to navigate. A question you’ll want to understand early on is how web hosting and WordPress hosting compare, and here we pit web hosting vs WordPress hosting to… More Info

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How to Create a User Registration Form in WordPress

Whether you’re selling an online course, running a membership website, or planning to build a community, an easy signup process is essential to earn users’ loyalty. The easier the process is, the more people will sign up on your website, and the larger your audience will be. A user registration form streamlines the signup process on your website. It’s a simple form asking visitors some basic information, and by filling in a few details, they can register on your website in no time. In this article, we’ll go through the process to create an engaging… More Info

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