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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 delete too many at a time. There are many reasons why you may need to delete a large number of posts in bulk. For example, you may be deleting many […]

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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 tutorial will need to be done. Moving a CakePHP/WordPress Site There are some special precautions to take when moving a WordPress site that has CakePHP installed. First of all is the […]

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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 Delivery Network can do for you and your website. Faster Response Times A typical WordPress website has all of its data stored in one location. The website is stored […]

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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 dream of. Once readers have made a connection with you, they will support you. They will fight for you. They will share your posts. They will publish comments. Bloggers connect […]

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This is an advanced level tutorial for WordPress users who host their blog or website on a Linux web server. There are some things that WordPress server administrators need to know that are outside the scope of most general WordPress tutorials. Understanding the server environment is one of the big ones, so here I will go into detail about several Linux server operations that WordPress webmasters need to know if they have their WordPress installation on a Linux web server. Also in this tutorial, I will explain how you can use postgresql database with WordPress. Setting the Document Root The […]