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Discussion Forum

Making folders "403 Forbidden"

Started by Matt Gibson. Last reply by Camden Ross Jul 20. 3 Replies

Hi,I was wondering if anyone can help me figure out how to make folders on my site forbidden to access. For example, I want to make a folder where I can put things that my subscribers will download,…Continue

Accepting Donations

Started by James R. Beeghley, Ed.D.. Last reply by Daniel J. Lewis Jul 6. 4 Replies

Hi,Looking for a recommendation for a donations plugin that supports Authorize.netThanks in advance.JimContinue

Woo Commerce help

Started by Joshua Rivers. Last reply by Joshua Rivers Jun 27. 2 Replies

Does anyone have Woo Commerce coding experience? My pastor is needing help customizing the shipping. By default you can set a base shipping price for each order, but he would like to have a base…Continue

Changing wording above Mailchimp Widget

Started by Carolyn Guyton. Last reply by Carolyn Guyton Jun 20. 1 Reply

I set up my site, liveyourfullestlife.com, several years ago using a Weaver theme.  I would like to change the wording that shows above the Mailchimp sign up box because I'm changing my giveaway for…Continue

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Comment by Johnny Farris 1 hour ago

Is there a way to securely offer digital file downloads,  ie photos and galleries...   or should I just cough up the monthly fees for a reg service. 

Comment by Joanne Mitchell on July 14, 2015 at 7:12am

Hi all,

I'm really new to websites and working on a minimally viable website  product for my coaching / speaking business so I can get up and running fast. I have domain names, Bluehost hosting and email address, WordPress and the get Noticed Theme from Michael Hyatt and I'm working on writing the content and building the pages. I don't know much about the must have / do's for Bluehost, WordPress plugins and shopping carts / website backup. I know the Get Noticed theme has instructions and forums for the themes but is anyone here using Bluehost and Get Noticed who can point me in the direction of resources to make sure I have / am doing the basics. Thanks!

Comment by Camden Ross on July 9, 2015 at 5:07am

Hi David,

If you can get YourName.com, I would definitely recommend it.


Comment by David Geiger on July 8, 2015 at 10:50pm

CareerLevelUp.com this might be easier. 

I'm thinking about making it DaveGeiger.com instead. Any thoughts on that?

Comment by David Geiger on July 8, 2015 at 10:48pm

Hi, all! Just wanted to say I'm glad to be in the group! I just launched my first "real" hosted WordPress blog. It's not perfect yet, but I think I can start building my platform. I'm still working on prducts and my contact form, and some tweaks need to be made to the slider on top (if I even keep it). If you don't mind, would you check it out and give me feed back? It's a site geared toward people looking to enhance their IT career. CareerLevelUp.com

(FYI- sent a good question into Dan last night- let's see if it makes the Podcast.)

Thanks! I'll take any feedback.

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Comment by Jeff Long on June 10, 2015 at 12:07pm

Hi James. The build in search functionality in WordPress isn't that good but using a Google Site Search might be the way to go. Please start a new discussion based on this topic if you have other questions as there are some other options based on your needs.

Comment by Michael Blaes on June 10, 2015 at 11:41am

Wordpress actually has that functionality built in.  It has its own search bar to search the content on the site. Or you can use categories and create a separate page for each search term and show only those items using the archive page

Comment by Reed G Porter on June 10, 2015 at 11:23am
Comment by James R. Beeghley, Ed.D. on June 10, 2015 at 11:13am

Has anyone used Wordpress to create a site where users could enter search terms or select from a list of options and the site returns a list of items such as hyperlinks to articles?

Comment by Camden Ross on June 8, 2015 at 6:07am

Hi WordPress enthusiasts,

Progress has been made!!! I just launched the redesign of the Reflective Bible Study website -- and yep, as you might have guessed, it's still built on WP.

If you have a moment or two, I would love your feedback. To help unify the discussion, I have started one in the forums here since there are several groups I am sharing this announcement with.

Thank you in advance for your feedback. I really appreciate it!



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