Important! Giving Administrative Access to your WordPress site.
There may be times when you may want to give someone administrative access to your WordPress site.
Under no circumstances should you e-mail your WordPress administrative username and password to anyone. E-mail is transmitted in clear text, and is easily intercepted and exposed.
You should always protect and maintain control of your primary WordPress administrator account.
To authorize administrative access to your WordPress site:
- Send the URL to your WordPress Web site to the person.
- The person would then register as a user on your site.
- You’ll then elevate the rights to the persons new account.
- Once you no longer require the persons help, you can reduce the access rights or disable the account.
Workshops & Conferences
- WordCamp NYC (Sept. 15 & 16, 2018)
- WordPress NYC Meetup Group
- WPCampus 2018: Watch recorded sessions.
“Gutenberg” is the codename for the new WordPress editor focus. The goal of this focus is to create a new post and page editing experience that makes it easy for anyone to create rich post layouts.
Gutenberg has replaced the TinyMCE editor with the release of WordPress 5.0 on 2018-12-07.
- Go Gutenberg: Learn the new WordPress editor
- How To Use The WordPress Gutenberg Editor – A Complete Guide For Beginners [ShoutMeLoud.com]
- Diving Into the New Gutenberg WordPress Editor (Pros and Cons) [kinsta.com]
- Gutenberg Plugin (read the reviews before using.)
- Gutenberg Support
- Beaver Builder vs Gutenberg: A Case Study
- All-in-One WP Migration by ServMask
- This plugin exports your WordPress website including the database, media files, plugins and themes.
- UpgraftPlus – Backup/Restore by UpdraftPlus.Com, DavidAnderson
- Better Search Replace By Delicious Brains
- WordPress Page Builder – Beaver Builder
- Super Socializer by Team Heateor
- TablePress allows you to create and manage tables in the admin area of WordPress. Tables may contain text, numbers and even HTML (e.g. to include images or links). You can then show the tables in your posts, on your pages, or in text widgets by using a Shortcode. If you want to show your tables anywhere else in your theme, you can use a Template Tag function