Ahmad’s Security September series is still chugging along. This week he got into backup plugins, hacked websites, and more. There’s still four posts left – so don’t miss out!

Author-driven pricing has also kicked in at ThemeForest, most notably with PixelGrade’s $225 theme.

You can also check out Colin’s review of the newest version of Divi, Divi 3.0.

And you should definitely read Pippin’s thoughts on page builders.

Let’s get to all of this week’s news…

WORDPRESS NEWS AND ARTICLES

TUTORIALS AND HOW-TOS

RESOURCES & FREEBIES


Colin Newcomer is a freelance writer and long-time Internet marketer. He specializes in digital marketing, WordPress and B2B writing. He lives a life of danger, riding a scooter through the chaos of Hanoi. You can also follow his travel blog.

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  1. really upset about moving to author driven pricing, in the long run they can actually make less because of people not paying the high prices vs many sales with the lower pricing, before themes usally maxed out at 59 dollars, now you have 225$ themes.

    • Hi Chris,

      what is it that makes you upset?

      It is up to the theme authors to look for their ‘sweet spot’ when it comes down to pricing. If their pricing is too high, then the sales will go down automatically. I think there will always be more than enough themes in the ‘cheaper’ price range.

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