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How to afford a WordPress website

How to afford a WordPress website

Back in the mid- to late-aughts, when WordPress was still but a wee blogging platform, it was fashionable (and not completely false) to rave about the fact that the software is free - just hop over to wordpress.org to download the files and start developing on your...

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Get ready – website accessibility is the new black

Get ready – website accessibility is the new black

At first blush, it’s certainly easy to answer enthusiastically and in the affirmative to the question “Do you want your website to be accessible to as many people as possible?” The internet itself has an inherent feeling of being “for everyone”, a place where anyone...

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Why WordPress isn’t actually free

Why WordPress isn’t actually free

When I first started building websites, the iPhone had yet to be released, AppleTV was but a twinkle in Steve Jobs' eye and no one's parents were using Facebook. Clearly, it doesn't take long for things to change when it comes to the web, and WordPress is no...

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WordPress hosting, revisited

WordPress hosting, revisited

In early August, we got an unexpected vacation. One Friday afternoon, everyone's website went down. We couldn't get to them via browsers or FTP. While we appreciated the externally-imposed coffee break, we did not appreciate the ensuing bad news - that it was time to...

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