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We’ve simplified the basics of WordPress security so that any non-technical person can understand. With a focus on the latest trends for 2020, including a section on working remotely, you’ll learn:
Hosting webinars is an excellent way to build your business, support customers and make meaningful connections by sharing your expertise.
If you want a solid backup strategy for your WordPress site, these 10 features must exist in a WordPress backup plugin.
This beginner’s resource compiles easy-to-follow screenshots and instructions for getting started with BackupBuddy, the 3-in-1 WordPress backup plugin.
At the end of this ecommerce website security audit, you should be able to answer important security questions about your site.
Use this website maintenance checklist to help you maintain WordPress sites either for yourself or for your web design clients.
Learn more about web design terms you should know with this quick primer on the vocabulary of web design.
Learn more about how to get started with passwordless login for your WordPress website, a new way to simplify the login process with extra security.
Learn simple WordPress security tips for keeping your WordPress site safe.
Get familiar with the purpose of using landing pages, how to define your objectives and get practical tips for planning and creating your own successful landing page.
Walk through a complete iThemes Security setup checklist with an explanation on settings, Pro features and basic WordPress security fundamentals.
In this guide to WordPress 5.0 and the Gutenberg Editor, we cover everything you need to know about this major update to WordPress.
In this WordPress security guide, we cover common mistakes WordPress users make, current threats to WordPress and steps for better WordPress security.
What are WordPress brute force attacks and why should you care? In this ebook, we explain how brute force attacks work and why WordPress sites are at risk. We also offer tips on how to protect your website.
Learn how to grow your web design business with steady, reliable income.
We’ve compiled all the essential checklist items for your next WordPress website launch into one handy ebook.
Break the feast and famine cycle of freelancing by selling WordPress maintenance to your clients. You get steady income and your clients get peace of mind.
So you just installed WordPress — awesome! Here are 11 things you can do to make a great WordPress site.
Isn’t blogging dead? Nope. In this ebook, we cover blogging strategies and goals for why should you start (or not give up) blogging.
In this ebook, Cory Miller, iThemes founder & CEO, shares his experiences, thoughts and ideas about hiring your first employee.
Finding WordPress themes is easy. Choosing the right one? That’s hard. In this ebook, we cover how to pick a WordPress theme.
Learn everything you need to know to start and run a WordPress meetup in your area.
There’s a burgeoning opportunity in ecommerce for freelance developers. Ecommerce is booming and you can be a part of it.
In The New Rules of Entrepreneurship, Cory Miller, iThemes Founder & CEO, unpacks a new values-based playbook for entrepreneurs.
Think you don’t have anything to sell online? We respectfully disagree. We believe ecommerce is for everybody.
In this ebook, we explore the new mobile reality for website owners with tips for going mobile with WordPress.
Learn how to create your own membership site—from planning, content and packaging, marketing, retention and more.
Get 10 keys for happy, prosperous work from iThemes Founder & CEO, Cory Miller.
Go from initial idea to ready for readers in this 50-page guide. We explore how to plan, write and edit your first ebook and offer tips for publishing, promoting and selling it.
In this ebook, we talk about how to make the most of ecommerce, exploring the ins and outs of using WordPress.
A simple blueprint and guide for starting a freelance WordPress web design business
How can we make your classroom better? That’s the driving question at the iThemes Education Program.
You’re going to spend a vast chunk of your life at work, so it might as well be work that matters. And that’s a purposeful paycheck.
Learn how to help kids take the opportunity to embrace the online world and create a positive digital footprint—all while staying safe and smart online.
Web hosting is likely the most confusing, anxiety-ridden part of launching your own site. But don’t worry – we can help.
Google Analytics offer the best stats package available for your website. And what’s better? It’s completely free.
A resume is just piece of paper. But it’s also a brochure that sells your services to employers. But the fact is: Most resumes suck.
Learn how to manually install WordPress – an important skill in creating the foundation for a secure and efficient WordPress installation.
Freelancing: it’s an exciting and challenging world of working in your pajamas and being your own boss. But if you want to be a freelancer, you have to weigh the costs.
This guide presents an introduction to basic Builder concepts and terms, as well as a beginner’s overview on using Builder for the first time.
iThemes “Chief Entertainment Officer” Cory Miller shares five essential keys to finding and doing work you love…while also making a good living doing it.
This “Getting Started” handbook offers an introduction to WordPress, the amazing open-source website platform.
Straight from the team at WebDesign.com, this book breaks down some of the best practices in web development education and instruction.
Entrepreneurship is a journey, a climb, an adventure. Ensure proper sync of passion and purpose as well count the cost of entrepreneurship.
One of the biggest challenges facing web designers, freelancers, and small business owners is how to find more clients.
There is virtually no limit to what you can do with WordPress plugins – but just because you can do something with a plugin doesn’t mean you should.
By outlining the main objectives and attributes of a rockin’ website, we’ll help you create your best site (or redesign an existing site) to get your intended results.