Our popular WordPress 101 video course has been completely rewritten and expanded to 34 videos to cover the new Block Editor in WordPress 5.0.
WordPress 5.0 was just released, and it’s arguably one of the most significant releases we’ve seen in more than ten years. Here’s what you need to know…
Don’t get caught by surprise by Gutenberg—the brand new content editor coming soon to WordPress! It will completely transform the way you create content in WordPress. This 17-part video course by Joe Casabona will introduce you to the all-new Gutenberg Editor in WordPress and show you how to use all of its exciting new features!
Today marks the 10th anniversary of the WordPress 101 video tutorial series. Here’s a quick look back at just how far our little ’side project‘ has come since it was first launched in 2008, plus a sneak peek at what’s coming next!
If you’d like to publish a calendar of events on your WordPress website in a beautiful, easy-to-read format, you’ll need an events calendar plugin. But how do you choose from the dozens of event calendar plugins that are available for WordPress? How can you tell which one is best? Even after you decide, how do […]
Learn how to use the Ninja Forms plugin for WordPress to create just about any type of custom form you can imagine—from simple contact forms to event registrations, file uploads, payments, and more—with this brand new, 18-part video tutorial course by WP101.
We partnered with the MailPoet team to create an 8-part Introduction to MailPoet — one of the easiest email newsletter plugins for WordPress. More than 400,000 WordPress site owners use MailPoet to send welcome emails, notifications about new posts, and email newsletters to their site’s visitors. It’s a breeze to set up in less than 20 minutes. Best of all, it works right within your own WordPress dashboard. Learn more in this new 20-minute course!
We’re thrilled to announce that WP Engine has named WP101 as a Recommended Solution for WordPress Education.
Google has recently initiated an open source project known as Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP). In this article, we’ll explain what AMP is and how to implement it in your WordPress site.
Today, dozens of companies claim to offer “managed WordPress hosting.” But what exactly do they manage for you? Liquid Web is delivering unique features for mission-critical WordPress sites that go far beyond what other hosts are delivering today.
Liquid Web’s Managed WordPress product offers customer service, security, and speed, like everyone else. What sets them apart are the problems they’re focused on solving — updating your plugins for you automatically, resizing your images automatically, making WooCommerce sites load faster, and syncing your staging and production environments — while you edit both of them.
These aren’t technical problems, they’re business problems. And it’s why Liquid Web is fast becoming the best choice for mission-critical online business sites.