I have some experience with php, not alot but I can learn as I go, maybe? And for the payment software I'm thinking about using aMember.
Does anyone have any advice or better suggestions, or does it sound like I'm on the right path?
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Good morning, CubeMonk3y here with my first post on the forums.. Please forgive me if i missed a FAQ or sticky thread about this. I'm happy to be here! So my e-commerce story started with listening to the 4 hour work week on my way into work and hearing about how people have completely changed their lives by creating somewhat passive income through e-commerce.
I have a folder designated on my system where I have my future blog posts stored in MS Word. When I want to make a blog post, I go to my WP-admin, open up "posts" to make a blog post and paste my articles into the text area after highlighting the text and "right-click / copying" from MS Word. How safe is this if I do it this way? I mean, is there other code dragged from MS Word into WP? Or?? Feedback / insights / constructive criticism appreciated.
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