This past August, InMotion Hosting sponsored and attended WordCamp US 2023 to showcase its new cutting-edge Managed WordPress Hosting solution. The flagship WordPress conference took place in National Harbor, Maryland from August 24 through August 26. With a long-standing commitment to supporting the WordPress community, InMotion Hosting set out to connect with WordPress enthusiasts, developers, and industry leaders.Continue reading –>
Control panels come in all shapes and sizes in the web hosting world, and while their tools are often similar, each has their own following for a variety of reasons.
In this article we will compare two control panels offered by InMotion Hosting for managing WordPress installations: cPanel and our latest product, Platform InMotion for WordPress VPS hosting.Continue reading –>
Two-factor authentication (2FA) is a security solution that can be used for protecting your website log-in. It works by requiring a code to be entered after the initial entry of login credentials. This helps prevent weak or exploited passwords from being used to gain access.Continue reading –>
When you’re building a WordPress site, there may be times when you want to add images to enhance pages or posts. There are many options available but WordPress has its own central repository, called Openverse. This is where you can quickly find, modify, and share free images with others. All of this content is available under a license that allows you to use them without fear of copyright infringement.Continue reading –>
The 5-minute WordPress install is known for its simplicity. WordPress runs on two key components: PHP and MySQL. Both of these services come preinstalled in most hosting accounts. Just get PHP connected to MySQL and you’re in business.Continue reading –>
A common problem when using WordPress for eCommerce or for a more traditional business model is the issue of how to create and track your billing documents. Using Sprout Invoices for billing is a great solution that can help you throughout all phases of the billing process.Continue reading –>
WordPress 6.1 was released on November 1st, 2022, and this update contains a fair amount of new things for the CMS. Here is what you need to know coming to WordPress and what to look forwards to in the future.Continue reading –>
WordPress Staging Plugins are a popular combination with backup plugins, but what are they, and do you need them? If you are looking to update your website, create a new look for your page, or are starting a completely new site and unsure of how to move forward, creating a staging site is always a great place to begin.Continue reading –>
Do you need a quick and easy way to grammar check the content in your posts and pages on your WordPress website? Then check out this list of the five best free grammar check extensions.
While most browsers feature a built-in spell check tool, it usually does not check for grammar and readability.Continue reading –>
WordPress editorial workflow plugins help members of a team organize their tasks and projects all within their dashboard.
These plugins can help you and your team get the most out of your WordPress VPS website by automating and standardizing many of the tasks associated with the planning, management, and distribution of your content.Continue reading –>
Working with a team can require a good deal of coordination and planning.
If you have multiple teammates working out of the same WordPress website, this is even more important.
Thankfully, if your team is using WordPress, you can use a WordPress project management plugin to streamline the process.Continue reading –>