Adding a Second WordPress Installation

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Have you ever wanted to add second WordPress blog to the same server or hosting account? Whether you want a second WordPress installation for a whole new site, testing code or for checking out a new web developer, the methods described in this tutorial will show you how to install a clone of your WordPress blog or website. It is always nice to have a clone of your WordPress......

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Easily Cache Local or Remote Data

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Maintaining a cache can allow a website to load quicker and more efficiently than pulling and generating data during each page load. For most data, WordPress has a group of functions dedicated to storing data that will stay relevant for a specific period of time. WordPress also allows plugins to change the location of transient data, say to a memcached location, in order to speed up the cache even......

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Top WordPress Security Measures

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This is a beginning level tutorial on WordPress security. I marked it as beginner level because the security concerns in this tutorial should be priorities from day one of your WordPress experience. It is easier to implement security measures on a fresh new blog than it is to add them later. Whatever the case, they need to be added for your site’s secured future. If you have yet to......

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WordPress functions.php Hacks Anyone Can Do

WordPress functions.php Hacks Anyone Can Do

There are more than 75 million websites running WordPress. More than 20,000 people make their living full time with WordPress in some way (designers, developers, consultants). In between the 20,000 and 75 million are a great number of people that maintain their own website with varying degrees of experience (and curiosity). Much like home improvement, web sites have spawned legions of "do it yourselfers" trying things......

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Two Ways to Embed HTML in WordPress

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Do you have an already written HTML snippet you would like to include in your WordPress blog or website but are having trouble? We can help! It would certainly save a lot of time if there was an easy, clever way to embed the code without having the WYSIWYG editor destroy the original HTML code, right? I certainly think so! That’s why I wrote this tutorial about two ways......

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Developing a Responsive Child Theme

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With the drastic increase in Mobile technology of late, WordPress mobile design and responsive design techniques are a must. In this Advanced WordPress tutorial, I will cover ways to make a responsive child theme that can be added to your current theme in order to make it respond better when users are on a mobile device such as an iPhone, iPad or Android. I will discuss how to determine......

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WordPress Cross Browser Compatibility

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If you are a WordPress developer, you have surely fought with WordPress cross-browser compatibility issues. In this tutorial I will show you how to overcome many of the common issues that arise with some of the more common web browsers and devices while working with WordPress. This tutorial is aimed at more advanced WordPress users. Common users are not likely to run into nearly as many cross-browser compatibility issues......

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