Learning PHP for WordPress Development: Understanding PHP’s return

Welcome to this rundown on return in PHP! This article continues our series explaining the basics of PHP for WordPress development. Our discussion of PHP’s return builds on two topics we’ve covered in earlier articles: PHP functions. Functions are where return is useful, so you’ll want to understand the basics of what PHP functions are […]

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Sarah Drasner on Learning to Learn

Sarah Drasner on Learning to Learn → This is one of those articles that I’m linking 50% for its substance (which I regard as good but too brief) and 50% for covering and important topic. Specifically, how to manage and think about self-education. A lot, probably most, web developers I know and readers of WPShout I’ve […]

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How to Fix “Are You Sure You Want to Do This” Error in WordPress

Every once in a while, you might encounter a WordPress error like error establishing database connection or memory exhausted error. These errors are somewhat helpful because they tell you exactly what the problem is. On the other hand, there are unhelpful errors like “Are you sure you want to do this”. There are too many […]

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Add Custom Work Notes to your Client Reports

Custom Work Notes are released as an improvement to our new Client Reports. Thank to your comments and feedback we learned that you are interested into adding additional notes to your scheduled Client Reports, connected to your work outside of ManageWP. So, we did our best to provide you with this option. There have been […]

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WordPress Competitors – 19 Popular Alternatives to WordPress

WordPress is popular, and we love it, but it is not the only publishing platform. There are WordPress alternatives that you can use to build your website. Each of these WordPress competitors are different and have their own pros and cons. You need to understand those differences and limitations when choosing a WordPress alternative. In […]

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ICDSoft Review: What Broke the Ice for Me? [2019 Edition]

When it comes to hosting a blog, there are a lot of big-name companies that everyone knows. However, while those companies have the brand name recognition, they’re by no means the only quality options to host your blog. In my ICDSoft review, I’ll give you a hands-on look at one of those other options. ICDSoft […]

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Debug Mode WordPress: Disable and Enable Debug Mode in WordPress:

How to Enable Debug Information Mode in WordPress: When developing WordPress locally, we will be using lot of test environment and test and debug cases in WordPress in local machines and addressing many potential errors, warning etc and we will be addressing the issue by keeping WordPress in debug mode in WordPress as this allows […]

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How to Build a Google Data Studio Dashboard

How to Build a Google Data Studio Dashboard → From an internet marketing firm called Data Driven Labs comes this outstanding introduction to Google Data Studio, a Google product I’d like to know a lot more about. I’ve just started trying to use Google Data Studio to pull together information on WPShout that I’m currently accessing […]

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How to Create Conversational Forms in WordPress (Typeform Alternative)

Do you want to make your forms feel more human? Many of our readers have asked us to write a tutorial on how to create a Typeform-like form in WordPress. Unlike a traditional contact form or survey form that lists all question at once, conversational forms take a one question at a time approach similar […]

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How To use Free Google VPS (Cloud) to Run Windows Server 12

Do you want to run Windows server 12 on Google Cloud platform for free? Well, this could be done for free for one year. Google Cloud Platform free Tier let you use participating products for free and one of them is high-performance virtual machines. You can use Google cloud free offer to create an online […]

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