Posts by Shaun Quarton

8 Questions with WordPress Developer Chris Wiegman

Today, Pagely was lucky enough to interview 10up's WordPress big hitter, Chris Wiegman. Chris is probably best known as a WordPress security pioneer, as the developer of the fantastic iThemes Security plugin. He is also a valued member of the WordPress community…
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How to Build a WordPress Menu

Menus are an important component of any successful website. For a start, they add to a website's aesthetics, but most importantly, they help visitors to navigate your website. That's why you'll see most WordPress websites employing a menu at the top of…
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8 Questions with WPBeginner’s Syed Balkhi

We have another WordPress big hitter with us today, with Syed Balkhi kindly taking time out from his busy schedule to talk to Pagely. Syed is best known as the founder of the fantastic WPBeginner website -- one of the many WordPress…
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8 Questions with SIDEKICK’s Ben Fox

Today I was fortunate enough to interview another well-respected member of the WordPress community, Ben Fox. Ben is a serial WordPress entrepreneur, co-founding FlowPress, WP University, and SIDEKICK.pro. If you're looking to forge a career in WordPress for yourself, you should listen…
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8 Questions with Top WordPress Blogger Kevin Muldoon

Today we launch a new feature for the Pagely blog, with a series of interviews with some of the top members of the WordPress community. Our first interview is with top WordPress blogger, Kevin Muldoon. With a decade and a half's experience…
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Choosing the Best Permalink Structure for WordPress

After first installing WordPress, it can be easy to get carried away with adding plugins and writing content. If you want to give yourself the best possible foundations for building a successful website, these things can wait. Before all that, you need…
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Get More from WooCommerce: Six WooCommerce Add-on Plugins

If you're looking to start selling things via a WordPress website, WooCommerce is the obvious solution. Brought to you by the developers behind WooThemes, the core WooCommerce plugin is completely free and lets you add complete eCommerce functionality to your website. That…
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