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Discussion Forum

Launched New Website/Blog - Would Appreciate Any Feedback

Started by Lesley Morrison. Last reply by Lesley Morrison yesterday. 4 Replies

Hi Everyone!  I've been inactive in the 48 Days community for awhile as I've been focusing all my efforts on creating a new blog/website.  Initially when I started my entrepreneurial venture, I…Continue

Membership Site For Local Chamber

Started by Spencer Field. Last reply by Vitalis Essala yesterday. 4 Replies

Hello Community, I need a system for a client that allows clients to buy memberships, control their profile pages, have categories of profiles (all plumbers) and allow information to be taken from…Continue

Suggestions for learning more about Wordpress

Started by Bryan Bulmer. Last reply by Jeff Long Apr 28. 2 Replies

What books or materials do you recommend for learning more about Wordpress and developing a great site for potential coaching clients?Continue

Tags: materials, started, getting, learning, Wordpress

Website Cost

Started by Carolyn Guyton. Last reply by Camden Ross Apr 19. 5 Replies

What is the average cost for having a website built?Continue

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Comment by Rob Orr yesterday

Hey Kevin - I wrote this post that should give you everything you need to know about getting started and everything you'll need.

Launching your own website

But really quick on hosting - you need to get hosting that's going to fit your budget - and for virtually everyone getting started, shared hosting is sufficient whether it's Bluehost, 1 and 1, or Godaddy. Just keep in mind where you want to be and work with a company that will grow with you.

Comment by Kevin Reynolds yesterday

I am totally new to this (and know nothing about Wordpress), but I want and need a site for my Coaching, Writing and Speaking business under construction in the next 7 days.

Any extra advice on where to start? (courses, sites, blogs or not too expensive) products... I see the Discussion Forums and Article links above.

Also, I was planning on using Bluehost, but see Hostgator mentioned above and GoDaddy in at least one of the discussions? What add on services are needed and what is optional?

I would love (and need dearly) to hear your thoughts.


Comment by Don Current on April 28, 2015 at 8:17am

Just something to be aware of. Be sure and update your plugins as the patches come in for this.


Comment by Camden Ross on April 28, 2015 at 6:55am

Hi Fellow WordPress Friends,

Some say imitation is the highest form of flattery. I tend to agree, and adapting and crediting is high up there too -- like when I receive this Google alert that someone used my name: http://pastebin.com/V86Kv4H0

A couple years back, I created a simple WP function that bypasses the "are you sure you want to do this" WP alert when trying to log out if you had already logged out from a different tab. If you get these alerts, feel free to use this very quick/easy/simple script to avoid such errors.

Have a great week with WP!


Comment by Myhriah Young on March 20, 2015 at 11:35am

I wanted to share these video tutorials done by wordpress, I know they're extremely basic, but there were a few things I had missed or didn't know I could do from my site that I learned when I watched these.  If anyone else can get some basic help from them, then that is great!!


Comment by Carolyn Guyton on March 17, 2015 at 5:29pm

Thank you, Cam, for your suggestions.  I will give them a try.  I really appreciate the responses.  You guys are great!

Comment by Camden Ross on March 16, 2015 at 4:57pm
Hi Caroline,
Since both are checked, the two ideas I have for you to try are:
1. In the WP updates area, select "Re-Install" to redownload a clean WP installation while keeping all your content and settings safe. This has worked for me in the past when email notices have not worked. (I had given up and was actually surprised since I had been troubleshooting a different issue at that point.)

2. Temporarily disable all your plugins and see if emails start working again. A plugin might be tampering with the email notice area of the site. (You could also try this with your theme as well.)

Let us know if either of these two things solve your problem.
Comment by Carolyn Guyton on March 16, 2015 at 4:18pm

Jeff, both are checked.

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Comment by Jeff Long on March 16, 2015 at 3:25pm


Have you changed the settings in the Discussions area? There are 2 options under the "E-mail me whenever" settings.

Comment by Carolyn Guyton on March 16, 2015 at 1:47pm

I am no longer receiving e-mail notification when a comment is left on my site even though it is still set to do that.  Any suggestions as to how to correct this?



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