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Shortcodes Allow Great Formatting

Shortcodes are text codes inserted into a page or post to create functionality such as a pop-ups, tabs, accordians, a light-box and many other things. It is a time-saving and cost-saving way to enhance page/post presentation. Developers love shortcodes to provide...

Backups to Your Amazon Web Services Account

Some customers desire to have backups of their sites placed within their own Amazon Web Services (AWS) or Dropbox account. This is in addition to the off-site backups we create ourselves. We use UpdraftPlus to place site backups in multiple locations. Since backup...

Memberpress Frequently Asked Questions

Where do users login? You may customize the login address. On default installs, you point your members to [your domain]/login/ . For example, https://wedowordpress.com/login/ Where do members manage his account / subscription / payments? You may customize the account...

Going Live with Stripe

It's exciting indeed to go from testing Stripe in your checkout process to going live! Once live, you are accepting credit card payments. Plan Ahead for Smooth Sailing There are several things to plan and implement before you go live. Make sure 100% of your testing is...

Testing Stripe Payments

Stripe is a popular credit card processor with competitive fees and an outstanding management interface. It's very important to test the checkout process from an end-user's perspective. There are several steps for proper testing: Log into Stripe and make sure the...

Recommended Plug-ins

Instagram Feed - put Instagram photos on your site automatically NextScripts: Social Networks Auto-Poster -  Automatically publish posts from your blog to your Social Network accounts: Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Tumblr, Flickr and more.

Free and Pro Versions of Plug-ins

Some WordPress plug-ins are completely free. Some plug-ins have a free and pro versions. "Pro" is short for "professional." It's up to the person or team who built the plug-in on how they want to benefit from their efforts. They decide whether there is a free or pro...

Secure Sharing

Sharing account information is to be taken very seriously. It's a matter of trust. At We Do WordPress, we accept information in two ways: 1) share via LastPass and, 2) share via PrivNote. Both methods are secure and allow you to maintain control. Both methods are...