InfiniteWP has become an invaluable tool for me, and one that I couldn’t function without: allowing me to monitor Wordpress installations and keep them safe and up-to-date. Wordpress is beautiful software, but it really depends on regular maintenance to keep it safe and secure, and InfiniteWP is foremost among the tools I use to do this.
I’ve recently started using a free web app called Trello to handle project management. Project management for a website is tricky, information can become buried in email inboxes, or progress can be slowed down by slow communication. Trello helps overcome those problems
BigCommerce have recently decided to switch away from FTP to WebDav as a means of connecting to their store, they currently recommend using Cyberduck, SmartFTP or Transmit to connect, but it is perfectly possible to use Dreamweaver as well, if you set it up correctly:
Wordpress started off as blogging software but recently it has evolved into a complete content management system. However it is still simple and user-friendly, and once you have got the hang of the basics you will find managing your Wordpress website to be a painless process.