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Debugging in Local (by Flywheel): A Beginner’s Guide

Having problems arise on a website or even within the local installation of a website can be nerve-racking. After all, site performance issues or bugs can result in site downtime. And site downtime can mean lost traffic, missed opportunities, and even lost revenue. Thankfully, numerous debugging solutions exist for identifying and repairing site issues. But…

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WordCamp US 2022: Speakers to Watch

After two long years, WordCamp US is back and in person! The biggest WordCamp event in the US is back and better than ever in sunny San Diego, California. On September 9-11, hundreds of eager WordPressers will descend on Southern California to learn, network, and connect. 44 speakers from around the world are lined up…

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Is it Possible to Build a Static WordPress Website?

Are you looking to simplify your WordPress website? Perhaps you’re finding your dynamic website too slow, or maybe you’ve realized there’s a lot of the back end you don’t need. To resolve those issues, you can generate a static version of your website. This can help boost its performance and security. Although we wouldn’t recommend…

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How to Configure WordPress to Use HTTP/2

Serving your website over a secure connection is important for Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and data protection. That’s why it’s a good idea to configure your site to use HTTP/2. However, figuring out how to go about it can be tricky. The good news is that you can complete the process in a few simple…

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No-Code WordPress Contributions Matter

In a recent article for The WP Minute, I shared my newfound appreciation of WordPress as an open source project and my commitment to giving back. I believe that WordPress is for everyone – from the most technical to the least. It is, after all, intended to democratize publishing. In this article I’d like to…

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Torque Social Hour: WP.events is a repo for WordPress events

The Torque Social Hour is a weekly livestream of WordPress news and events. This week we talked to Michelle Frechette, the Director of Community Engagement for StellarWP, about a new site called WP.events. This new site is a community repository for WordPress meetups, WordCamps, WorkShops, and livestreams. We talked about how this site is powered…

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