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Welcome to Gutenberg

By Beth Leipholtz / December 13, 2018 / 0 Comments

Hello WordPress users! You may soon notice some differences when adding posts or other content to your site. This is because WordPress has rolled out a new editing interface called Gutenberg. This system is meant to make creating posts and content more straightforward, but it may take a little getting used to. Here are a […]

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GDPR: Where do I go from here?

By Brad / May 22, 2018 / 0 Comments

Like many, the CYBERsprout team has spent a lot of time recently researching to learn more about GDPR, the latest data privacy law coming to the European Union. While we are not legal professionals and can not claim to offer official advice, we thought it helpful to summarize what we have learned from various sources […]

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Embracing Page Builders

By Tyler Golberg / September 9, 2017 / 0 Comments

There is a clear demand for page builders in the WordPress space. The list below highlights the active installs for the most popular builders on WordPress.org alone: Page Builder (SiteOrigin): 1+ million Beaver Builder: 300,000+ Elementor: 100,000+ Unyson: 80,000+ Live Composer: 40,000+ Aqua Page Builder: 20,000+ MotoPress: 10,000+ WooRockets: 10,000+ The above doesn’t even include […]

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Organizing Custom Post Types

By Tyler Golberg / August 22, 2017 / 0 Comments

Custom post types are the backbone for organizing information on WordPress. They allow us to separate data on both the front and back end for easy access and updating. However, most WordPress users only scrape the surface this truly awesome feature. I’ll dig into the potential for both Custom Post Types (CPTs) and custom taxonomies […]

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“Noisy Neighbor” Effect On Website Hosting

By Tyler Golberg / June 27, 2017 / 0 Comments

Every website needs hosting. However, shared hosting environments can create a harmful “noisy neighbor” effect. The low cost for shared hosting is appealing. I completely get it. The problem is the risk is much higher. Resources Cheap web hosts often flaunt unlimited bandwidth, visits, etc. Unfortunately, none of that matters if the hosting environment isn’t […]

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