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I have been making websites since 1999 and decided a few times to quit because of all the moments I got stuck. In 2015, I found a WordPress theme that made making websites so much easier, so I decided to start sharing my knowledge about making WordPress websites with others so they did not have to go through the same issues I went through. That resulted in this platform where you can watch free tutorials, get courses, and find information about the best WordPress-related tools. All with the goal of helping you to create amazing websites.
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I was born and raised in The Netherlands in a family of five children. Ever since I can remember, I have been interested in recording and editing videos.

In 1999, I made my first website, and in 2010, I started combining my love for making videos with my knowledge about certain tools

In 2015, I started sharing my knowledge about making websites through YouTube tutorials. Since then I have been making WordPress tutorials

I am married to Anna and we have 2 children born in 2018 and 2021

WordPress Videos


Hostinger Tutorial

Hostinger Tutorial

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One of my hobbies is finding the best tools to make websites. Obviously, I love WordPress, and within WordPress, there are a lot of tools that can help you create certain websites. Below you can find my favorite tools and learn how to work with them.

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