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The Complete WordPress Password Guide: How to Protect Your Site

In addition to creating and using strong passwords for your WordPress account, there are other preventive steps you can take to safeguard your site. For example, in addition to password-protecting specific pages and posts, you

Welcome WP EZI to the WP Buffs Family!

The WP Buffs family is growing! At the beginning of this year, we completed our first ever company acquisition. WP EZI – previously owned by Paul Tselekidis – is joining the WP Buffs family. This

Top 5 Email Opt In Form Examples and How to Make Them in WordPress

As with Beaver Builder, Elementor does offer a free version, which includes a drag-and-drop editor, over 40 widgets, and 30 templates. However, the premium license, which starts at just $49 per year, unlocks a suite

WooCommerce vs Shopify: A 16-Factor eCommerce Performance Breakdown

If you’re wondering, “What’s the best eCommerce platform?”, there is no single or simple answer. Ultimately, it depends on your specific needs, type of business, level of experience, and budget. That said, there are some

8 of the Best Chatbots for WordPress in 2021

You can customize elements such as second visit messages, the robot avatar, fonts, personal fields, and more. You can also add custom CSS. Plus, you can choose from four different formats: a full landing page,

WordPress Multisite: A Complete Guide to Setting Up and Using Multisite

WordPress Multisite also provides you with a single sign-on to access and manage all of your sites from one place. This can be particularly useful when you have a related network of sites to manage,

WP Buffs 2020 year in review

😎 Successes of 2020 1. Response to COVID-19 Putting Covid under your successes? WTF, Joe?? Yeah, I know. But it really is more about the response which I’m extremely proud of our team for. Around

Website Maintenance Cost: Guide for WordPress, Wix, Squarespace, & More

By outsourcing WordPress maintenance to an expert, such as WP Buffs or ThemeCo, you’re significantly minimizing the risks associated with a poorly maintained site. Plus, you have someone continually working on managing the tasks that

WordPress White Screen of Death: What It Is And How to Fix It (In 10 Steps)

Additionally, the problem might be attributed to an issue with your server which must be resolved on your host’s end. If you have other WordPress sites hosted on the same account, it’s smart to check

Media Query for Mobile – How to Use Responsive Media Queries for All Devices

Declaring sizes this way resulted in a rigid grid (a grid being the main structure of a website including header, footer, content, sidebars, etc.). As a result, no matter what size device you used to