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WordCamp OC: Wizards, Paladins & Rogues, Oh My!

So WordCamp OC, pulling out all the stops this year!
Michael, CJ and I met up in Irvine, CA on June 9th & 10th to sponsor, speak, and just generally throw down at this year’s WordCamp OC, held again at the University of California Irvine.

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WordPress Tools for GDPR Compliance

Earlier this year, a group of WordPress volunteers formed a team to introduce GDPR compliance features into WordPress core. Since then, they have been on a dedicated journey to identify all personal data stored in core, create tools to manage privacy features, and establish a central repository to act as a GDPR resource for WordPress users and developers. In this article I will discuss some of the main features and how you can start using them today on your site.

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The GDPR Law Starts on Friday: Here’s How to Prepare for It

If you live outside the EU, you may not have felt effects of the impending GDPR ruling yet, but you will. The ruling goes into effect on May 25 (this Friday!!) and everyone who has a website that MAY EVER be visited by someone living or residing within the European Union will potentially be affected by this law. It’s important to familiarize yourself with GDPR now if you haven’t already. This post will help you figure out how to address and implement new privacy and security practices in your business or organization.

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WordCamp St Louis: It’s in the Details

While Portland was having an out-of-season heatwave this past weekend, I was lucky to jet off to St. Louis, Missouri for their… out-of-season heatwave! But three days of 90-degree weather didn’t matter — because a whole lot of us were in the Washington University air conditioning all weekend (May 12-13) for WordCamp St. Louis, learning and sharing our skills and knowledge. I was there as a speaker and attendee.

This WordCamp was special for a few reasons.

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3 Steps to Increased Productivity When Working Remote

Ahh, remote working, the holy grail of employment. Plenty of time for family and friends, meetings in your underwear, and working from the beach with a cocktail in your hand. There are a lot of GOOD reasons to go remote, but it can quickly turn into its own special set of challenges.

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WordCamp Raleigh 2018: WordPress on Campus

This past weekend, I was in North Carolina for WordCamp Raleigh, held on NC State University’s beautiful Centennial Campus. Raleigh is now one of the fastest growing cities in the country and a lot has changed since my last visit 13 years ago.

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It’s World Password Day! 5 Tips for Creating and Managing Secure Passwords

HAPPY WORLD PASSWORD DAY!

Here at SiteLock, we loooove strong passwords! Join in the World Password Day festivities by changing your passwords today! Sound like more pain than fun? Here are 5 tips on creating and managing strong passwords like a pro!

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DrupalCon 2018: Drupal Takes Over Music City

This year’s DrupalCon took place in Nashville, TN, over the entire week of April 9-13, and I had the privilege of attending for the first time in 6 years. It was held at the very same venue as WordCamp US, Music City Center, with almost 3,000 people filling the halls and auditoriums to connect and learn more about Drupal.

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WordCamp San Diego 2018: 2 Days of Sunshine & Community

This past weekend we were back in San Diego as Gold Sponsors at WordCamp San Diego. I had a blast at our sponsor booth, as well as attending and speaking at my first #WCSD.

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How to Enable Retina Screen-Ready Images on Your WordPress Website

If you’ve gone from a PC/low-res laptop to a Mac in the past few years, you probably noticed something about the screen display. Dubbed “Retina” display by Mac, text appears more crisp, blacks and whites are more clear and saturated, colors are richer and more vibrant. But, in some cases – images appear quite blurry, no matter how nice they look in your Photoshop or Illustrator file. So what gives?

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