Central Kentucky WordPress Users

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BlueHost Links

Here are a couple of links to BlueHost you can use to sign up for BlueHost hosting.  BlueHost is a long established hosting company that offers reasonable prices and has good support.  Of all of the hosting companies now owned by EIG BlueHost still offers good support – Brandi’s BlueHost Link is here Ronald’s BlueHost […]

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WordPress Bootcamp

Brandi Mahon has set up a WordPress Bootcamp taining – there will be four sessions where you can learn to set up and use your a new WordPress Website.  The Bootcamp is free and open to everyone.  Each two hour session will consist of first a WordPress training session from Lula followed by hands on […]

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KY WP Geeks is on Facebook

Thanks to Brandi Mahon there is now a new Facebook Page for The Central Kentucky WordPress Geeks – a Facebook Page is actually a fan page and is very often used for businesses and groups – with pages all you have to do is “Like” and “Follow” the page to get updates delivered to your […]

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New to WordPress? Here are some beginning resources

Here is an eBook that contains everything that you need to begin working with WordPress – there are links inside this eBook to videos – a great beginners guide to WordPress – all of the basics are here from installing WordPress to using the Dashboard including all of the basic WordPress Settings – Posts and […]

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Some Interesting WordPress Links

Here are some things that might interest you about WordPress, Hosting, WebSite Speed and so on Hosting – seems like everyone is talking about hosting.  It used to be there were a lot of companies that offered offered various levels of hosting including the inexpensive and very popular shared hosting solutions – Blue Host, Host […]

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Localhost – putting WordPress on your computer rather than on a hosted service

Maybe you are wanting to learn WordPress or experiment with WordPress but do not yet have a hosting service.  Or maybe you have an existing WordPress site and want to have a way to try new themes or layouts without risking crashing your site. A localhost is way of putting a complete WordPress install in […]

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WordCamp Columbus, OH coming in Aug

WordCamp Columbus OH is coming up in August.  Tickets go on sale 1 July – the cost is $40.  This is an excellent event and Columbus is not that far from Central Kentucky.  COLUMBUS WORD CAMP for more information

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A few places to learn more about WordPress and how to use it

There are a number of places to learn about WordPress and how to use it.  My favorite place is iThemes Training there are over 500 hours of training and more is being added constantly.  This is a membership site that normally costs $197 for a years access to all of the past training and all […]

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Website Speed – Something that has recently become important to Google

Website speed – which is how long it takes from the time someone clicks on a web site to when the website is open and viewable has become important to Google and to Google ranking placement.  Google positively rates sites that open in 5 seconds of less. Website speed while important to the rating and […]

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The Ultimate Guide to WordPress Plugins

“The Ultimate Guide to WordPress Plugins is a free book from WPEngine – and the Blog and eBook sections on the WpEngine  site has more great and useful information. ULTIMATE GUIDE TO WORDPRESS PLUGINS

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