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Creating a Floating WordPress Share Box

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This is an intermediate level tutorial for WordPress developers interested in adding a floating vertical share box to their WordPress website. I spent the better part of a day trying to find the perfect share box for WordPress and found that most wouldn’t work in both Internet Explorer and Firefox. Well let’s just say they wouldn’t work in Internet Explorer. Most of them work find in Firefox from my......

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Adding WordPress Functions

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This is a tutorial for WordPress developers, theme developers and aspiring WordPress gurus. I would consider this an intermediate level tutorial. The concepts are a little complex, but very easy to implement. I will show you several useful WordPress functions that can be added to your current theme’s functions.php file to enhance the look and functionality of your WordPress website or blog. I will also demonstrate how, through the......

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How to Install WordPress in a Few Minutes

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In this tutorial, we will simply show you how to install a WordPress Blog in just around five minutes or less. This is a beginner level WordPress tutorial meant for those of you who do not know how to install WordPress or have not done so yet. To make the installation as smooth and fast as possible, I will get right down to business. GETTING STARTED Download and extract WordPress to......

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How to Delete Posts in Bulk Using Bulk Delete

How to Delete Posts in Bulk Using Bulk Delete

Deleting posts in WordPress can be cumbersome if you are trying to delete a large number of posts. The most practical method is to click on the screen options menu at the top of your admin area and increase the number of posts that are displayed on every page. This works really well if you have a few hundred of posts, however you will experience timeouts if you try to......

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Migrating a WordPress Site with CakePHP

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This is an advanced tutorial for WordPress users interested in using WordPress CakePHP. There are several tricks in this tutorial you can apply to your WordPress/CakePHP setup when moving from one server to another. The tricks in this tutorial can be useful whether you are moving to a new server or adding WordPress to your current server with CakePHP on it. Either way, most of the things in this......

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What is a CDN and Why You Need To Use One

What is a CDN and Why You Need To Use One

A Content Delivery Network (CDN) is a network of servers from around the world that delivers content to internet users. Data from content delivery networks such as MaxCDN and Amazon Cloudfront represent a large percentage of all internet traffic. CDNs are used by high traffic websites to serve multimedia files, text, software, documents, and more. Small websites can also benefit from using a CDN. Let's look closer at what a Content......

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How to Connect With Your Blog’s Readers

How to Connect With Your Blog's Readers

The difference between a competent blogger and a great blogger can sometimes be very small. Despite the importance of grammar and the benefits of understanding blogging platforms such as WordPress, I believe the main thing that sets top bloggers apart from the rest is their ability to connect with an audience. Being able to connect with readers will take you, and your blog, to levels that other bloggers can only......

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