Author: Alex Denning
An incredible deal for Up and Running’s Third Edition
Up and Running Third Edition launches next week: still the best way to learn WordPress development
Our critically acclaimed “learn WordPress development” course Up and Running has been updated for 2018, and this update is launching next week alongside a lot of really excellent launch bonuses.
WordPress Security with Confidence launches today
WordPress security has never been more important: from drive-by-hacks, to the new GDPR regulation, to core vulnerabilities, there’s good reason security is the number one worry that WordPress users and developers face.
WordPress Security With Confidence Launches Next Week
At WPShout we’ve been publishing tutorials on WordPress for the past eight years.
WordPress Security With Confidence: Announcement of our Next Course
We all know the importance of taking WordPress security seriously. Yet, from choosing the right plugin to HTTPS, from to Equifax to GDPR, from “secure enough” to “absolutely secure,” the world of WordPress security is confusing, obfuscated, and difficult to navigate.
We’re giving away $5,000+ of WordPress Security products!
Over the next couple of weeks we’re going to be focusing on WordPress Security leading up to the release of WordPress Security with Confidence, and we’re kicking things off with a bit of fun: we’ve put together a huge prize draw of awesome WordPress security products (with some secure hosting thrown in too, for good measure).
Making your First WordPress Plugin (From Scratch): Live Training Tomorrow
We’re doing a WordPress development training session tomorrow!
Why I’m Relearning WordPress Development
Nearly eight years ago I started publishing about WordPress development here on WPShout. I was sixteen at the time, and had just discovered this magical publishing platform called WordPress. With a fair amount of time on my hands, I started to share what I’d learned.
Using CDNs to Unlock a Big WordPress Speed Boost
Hey! I’m Alex Denning and seven years ago I founded WPShout. I passed the site to Fred and David when I started university, who have done wonderful work since. I’m now freelancing full time and producing a course for WordPress users to become WordPress masters. Today’s post is an excerpt from the course. Enjoy!
An Ending; A Better Beginning
For the past four-and-a-half years, I’ve been running WPShout by myself. There are ~180 posts published, of which all but one have been written by me. Over the years this has led to ups and downs with the the regularity of content, as I’ve fitted running the site around schoolwork, collegework and — more recently — work.