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Atarim Web Agency Summit
Founder & CEO of Atarim. Built my first website at 14 years old on GeoCities & then started building websites for clients as a freelancer while touring the world as the leader of a rock band. This eventually grew into an agency with a team of 12 based in London – before we built Atarim to redefine the way agencies work.
The Web Agency Summit is back. The Atarim Web Agency Summit is a completely free, online event kicking off on the 23rd of March. Register here.
If you’re still not sure if it’s worth it, check out some of last year’s presentations.
Matthew Lee Jackson talks about how to create content. And he knows his stuff because he makes really great podcasts.
LearnDash is taking cutting-edge e-learning methodology and infusing it into WordPress. Trusted to power the learning programs for major universities, small to mid-size companies, startups, entrepreneurs, and bloggers worldwide.
Leonardo Losoviz also added his two cents and proposed yet another strategy.
Code In WP explained what installing themes from unreliable sources might end up with.
It is also worth recalling that, according to the last WordFence report, such themes are one of the most common reasons for a website hack.
We frequently discuss the accessibility of WordPress-based websites. Bear in mind that accessibility does not end with choosing a suitable theme. This guide explains what else you need to keep in mind.