Welcome to NonprofitWP.org! Here’s how we’re hoping to help you.
When done right, nonprofit blogs are engagement tools that can convert social media followers into committed supporters of a cause. It’s not easy, but here’s how that works and how to get started.
More and more organizations are getting their websites onto HTTPS. Doing so makes every visitor more secure. Just as important, using HTTPS is becoming a critical way to build trust with your website’s visitors. Here’s the what, why, and how.
PDFs on websites have long tortured visitors, making their time on your site slower and more frustrating. Understand the downsides of PDFs on the web and then get started improving your site by converting them to web pages.
When you’re about to start on a website redesign, it’s important to collect information from your colleagues to make sure the new site reflects organizational needs. Here’s a list of questions to help you do just that!
Sometimes it’s best to learn from an example. This post goes deep into the hosting, themes, and plugins used to run Nonprofit WP.
Online forums can help you troubleshoot, think through a thorny digital strategy problem, or just give you a good place to rant. Whatever your needs, there’s a forum for it!
This simple infographic explains the different pieces of a WordPress site. Stack your blocks in well-constructed tower to make the best website for your nonprofit!
Three new pages published in the last month, fill out Nonprofit WP to make it even more useful! Two of the pages especially aim to help the least-experienced users get started and get the most out of the site.
The nonprofit sector and open-source software both share a love of collaboration, support, and openness. These are good things that make everyone better, but only when we make thoughtful choices for ourselves and don’t blindly follow the latest trend.
Idealware and the Taproot Foundation are experts on low- and no-budget nonprofit technology projects. Here’s a fantastic opportunity to get their expertise for free! We tossed in a free piece of advice while we’re at it 🙂