STOP! Visit WordPress Tutorials for Baby Boomers to Learn, Learn, Learn


One of my good friends Heidi Caswell has an awesome blog called WordPress 101 for Baby Boomers. Now, I am not going tie up your time talking about it. I want you to visit and soak up some of these powerful video tutorials.

My eye is on the tutorial on What to do if Your Site gets hacked. Why? Because I have had a few sites hacked and you feel so violated. Uggh.

So, trot on over and learn, learn, learn.

Of course, I plan to post more from this site that is so good it should be illegal. Ha

When is the membership site coming Heidi?


9 responses to “STOP! Visit WordPress Tutorials for Baby Boomers to Learn, Learn, Learn”

  1. No membership site. I thought about it. In the spirit of open source it is all free. I’ve sprinkled some affiliate links, will work on those more. and will do some custom wordpress work and one on one tutoring for pay.

    I want anyone who wants a site to have one. Important that they share their voice.

    We all hate hacked sites. You may also want to check out the Weaver theme tutorials.

  2. Thanks for sharing this post. WordPress seems to be the order of the day. I just visited the site and signed on for the newsletter.

    Thanks again, for sharing such value info.

  3. Thank you for this post! I will definitely visit your tutorials! Great that I have check this site! have a great weekend!

  4. This is very helpful!

    Currently, I use a WordPress plugin called Bulletproof Security. It does require that you get a third-party backup plan to backup your WordPress database, though.

    Does anyone else use a WordPress plugin for security that they’ve found to be successful?

  5. Not tried bulletproof myself yet. Does it let you use any backup or do you have to buy a specific backup program. I’d have to see how it changed my htaccess file. Some things I like to do without plugins.

    Different wordpress security plugins do different things. WordPress Firewall 2 is good. http://www.problogger.net/archives/2013/01/08/10-essential-wordpress-security-plugins-for-2013/ has a great list.

    Almost every site that I’ve seen hacked were several updates overdue, or older sites on the same host not updated, or/and used admin as a username.

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