When it was first developed back in 2003, WordPress was originally intended to be used as a blogging platform, and it certainly works very well as one, however, it didn’t take long before the blogging community, and many others, realised...
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  • WordPress-Users
Adding contributors to your WordPress website is easy to do. All you need to do is click on ‘People’, and then ‘Add’ in your My Sites Menu, whereby you type the user’s email address or their username for WordPress. But,...
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WordPress is easily one of the most popular and influential blogging and content management systems for websites available online today. And while it has loads of great features and offers fantastic flexibility to users there is, unfortunately, a range of...
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Does your WordPress website seem a little clunky and slow? Here are four reasons that maybe stopping is performing super-quick; 1 You Have Too Many Plug-Ins All those shiny plug-ins look great, don’t they? And you need them all… and...
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  • new to wordpress
When a friend of mine asked for suggestions on what he should use to create a new site, I suggested WordPress. It is well supported, has an amazing community, and a ton of free themes and plugins to choose from....
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  • care plan
Just like any software, websites require maintenance to keeping the site working properly. Avoiding website maintenance is like not having regular oil changes on your vehicle. You wouldn’t drive your car very long if you didn’t look after its maintenance,...
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It happened to everyone, at least once: you’re experiencing an issue on your WordPress website. A new plugin you installed that conflicts with your installation, a custom code your wrongly added in the functions.php file. Whatever could go wrong, it...
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  • fix-wordpress issues
Introducing the bite-sized visual guide to fixing the most common WordPress issues Has your WordPress website ever “disappeared”? Look for the White Screen Of Death section to get it fixed. Boom! Are you getting a “weird” error message? There’s a...
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  • wphosting
As you might have noticed, Bass Media Group is hosted on what we consider to be the best WordPress hosting solution, WP Engine. We’ve made the switch to WP Engine earlier on in 2015, and we have noticed a distinct improvement...
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  • pen and mockup
If you’re not a designer, or don’t generally have an eye for design, it can be difficult to make the right choices when it comes to the look and feel of your blog. Here are a few steps you can...
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