Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Follow by Email

On the sidebar to the right is an innocuous box that invites you to submit your email address.

When you do that, you will receive notifications delivered to that address when a new article has been posted to this blog!

Follow (This Blog) By Email

Tuesday, July 30, 2019

A New "Gadget" for your blogs...

I just discovered a another valuable blogspot gadget, and I've added it to my own blogs!

You can see it on the right sidebar: "Follow By Email."

Here's how it works...

Sunday, March 31, 2019

WordPress Plugin: WP eMember

I bought WP eMember, then spent most of the day learning how to install and configure the eMember plugin.

The price is what attracted me: the single payment covers a lifetime license for an unlimited number of websites. Users reported that they were still using it years later and hadn't paid anything extra.

WP eMember Plugin


Friday, March 29, 2019

WordPress Plugin: Paid Memberships Pro

I was researching WP eMember because it had been recommended. Evidently the $50 price for eMember pays for a forever license for unlimited sites.

Google led me to this review: The 8 Best WordPress Membership Plugins For Your Site (Venture Harbour ~ March, 2018).

The 8 reviews are:
  1. Paid Membership Pro (Starting Price: Free)
  2. Restrict Content Pro (Starting Price: $99)
  3. MemberPress (Starting Price: $99/year)
  4. WP eMember (Starting Price: $50)
  5. MemberMouse (Starting Price: $20/month)
  6. WishList Member (Starting Price: $97)
  7. WPMU Dev WordPress Membership (Starting Price: $20/month)
  8. CoinTent (Starting Price: Free)
First, though, the unnamed guest writer was really high on Paid Membership Pro!

Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Email Forwarders

I really like email forwarders.

In January 2018, I wrote and posted an article titled "Domain Management: Email Forwarders" (the link will open in a new window. You can read it now, and then return to continue reading here).

Here is a way to create a plain text file that you can use to quickly import forwarders into cPanel.

This technique will facilitate creating all the forwarders you need and want, and then review them before actually implementing them!


Monday, January 21, 2019

SSL at ABCInc-Domains Hosting is now free

It is easy for customers to drop their paid SSL certificates and installed free ones on a site hosted at ABCInc-domains.com!!

Tuesday, January 1, 2019

Planning your WordPress Website ~ Steps [1] - [8]



Planning and Building your WordPress Web Site

We build and repair WordPress web sites (MyWordPressWordPage.com) at A Better Computer, Inc.

We start off with you choosing one of the following options:

  1. You do all the work. You research, read and watch YouTube videos to lean the skills you need. This series of articles will give you yet another perspective of "Best Practices."
  2. ABCInc does all the work. You tell us what you want to see on your website; we'll make it happen! Ivaca Delic wrote an article for FreelancersTools.com. It's titled "Ultimate Web Design Brief Questionnaire for clients," but I haven't found anything brief about it ~ Delic has identified almost 75 questions. They're all good, and should be addressed before beginning a WordPress project.
  3. You and ABCInc do the work together. In the early phases of your website, ABCInc will do most of the work, especially for those actions that are done only once. We'll be there as you complete the later phases. We'll start with a shortened version of Delic's questionnaire.

Regardless of who does the work, these next 10 posts describe what has to be done.

Read on!

Building a WordPress site ~ [1] Choosing & Registering a Domain Name

Choosing a domain name can be a challenge because it depends hits one of three levels:
  1. What you want ~
  2. What you need ~ 
  3. What you can get ~
There's two parts to this section

Building a WordPress site ~ [2] Google Integration

I believe in leveraging Google resources for your web work!

Did you know that Google maintains a blog for their services? Visit Blog.Google/Products.

Building a WordPress site ~ [3] Choose a Hosting Provider

This section is TAN-B2: Technical and Necessary, But Boring!

The frustrating part is that there are so many variations to consider.

  • Is this a new site being built from scratch?