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If you wanted to find a good alternative to Wordpress that you can read about those four best alternatives to Wordpress. If I were you, I would attempt Blogweb first as it is the easiest and cheapest option to start with.
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There are several different plugins for WordPress that one can use to create a message and discussion forums for community conversation. Also, plugins are useful to add functions and styling to these forums. The three plugins that will be discussed in this article are bbpress, BuddyPress, and WPForo.
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With the rapid growth of technology, ICT and AWS services are on the rise. Many businesses have benefited from web hosting for WordPress in many ways. With WordPress's help, both site builders and content management systems, users can carry out Cloud hosting services for free, get manageable web premium payment among others.
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It’s so common on the internet to have your content stolen. People often scrape your entire hard-worked content and put it over on their sites. That includes image hotlinking too, when the images hosted on the web server paid by you, being used by someone else. If you use WordPress to publish your content, you can easily enable image hotlinking protection on your WordPress-powered site. This post is all about guiding you to protect your images from being stolen like that. What the heck is Imag...
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You can create two types of blogs with WordPress: WordPress.com hosted and self-hosted by installing WordPress on your web host. I’m not going to cover the difference between these two, but I’ll tell you how to find out owner’s information of WordPress blogs of both types. Again, reason to contact owner can be anything, a request for guest post, content take-down, or advertising etc. This guide comes in handy when you are not able to find how to reach to the author of a WordPress based blo...
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Those who’ve been using Yoast’s WordPress SEO and/or a separate XML Sitemap plugin, might have came across this strange warning: The following plugins might cause (xml sitemaps) issues with Yoast WordPress SEO: Google XML Sitemaps. You see this error when you install an XML Sitemap plugin (eg. Google XML Sitemaps, I use this plugin and got this warning) with already having WordPress SEO installed, and vice versa. Why you see this error A kind note before going any further: I don’t want ...
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WordPress plugins are version-based. You receive updates in your admin dashboard as soon as a new version update for a plugin is available. For some plugins you might feel like the previous version was better than the current one. And then you may want to rollback the version changes for that specific plugin. Same thing has happened to me when I updated one of the regularly used plugins on my sites. Its not that I got dissatisfied with the plugin. It was just a feature that bothered me for a whi...
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You might have noticed that some WordPress blogs show a last modified or last updated date in place of the published date on the posts or pages. If you’re looking to add the same functionality to your blog too, this tutorial will going to help you to achieve that – we’ll see the both the DIY way and using plugins to accomplish that. WordPress plugin to show last modified date I’ve written a WordPress plugin called WP Last Modified that allows you to add last modifed date to your WordPre...
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We all are well aware of that dynamic, human readable timestamp; and the best example demonstrating it are the tweets and posts in our social media feeds. Below is a screen capture that flaunts the beauty of that timestamp showing itself off in minutes, hours and days. Now, you want the same thing on your WordPress blog—i.e. you want your WordPress posts with dynamic date and time—in days, hours and minutes ago format. This is pretty much a coder’s thing, but this post is all about maki...
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The load time of a website is one of the most important factors that should be considered for better SEO and User experience optimization. It’s the total time a website takes to load into the browser. Lesser the loading time, better will your site be scoring on searches and UX. Speed matters! With WordPress, it’s quite easy to mess up with the load time of your site. Within the activation of 2 new plugins and 1 new theme, there are 70% chances that the load time of your WordPress site may in...