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3 Super Cool SEO Booster WordPress Plugins

Submitted by • October 11, 2010

Without further ado, here are your three super cool, highly-suggested, but not “must have” plugins to consider for your WordPress search engines optimization.

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Blogger or WordPress

Submitted by • October 11, 2010

I know this has been discussed over and over last few years on the Internet, but with the increased number of internet users i keep getting the same question again and again.

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WordPress for Non-Profits: The Complete Guide

Submitted by • October 9, 2010

Are you working with Non-Profits? Maybe you're trying to convince one to get online. This resources covers all of those reasons why a Non-Profit should be using WordPress: cost, plugins, usability and all the good stuff that comes along with ...

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How to Schedule a WordPress Post to Publish in the Future

Submitted by • October 5, 2010

Scheduling WordPress posts to publish in the future is a simple task to undertake and it helps with content regular content posted, even when you’re busy

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How to Embed YouTube Videos in your WordPress Post

Submitted by • October 3, 2010

Displaying videos in your WordPress posts has become easier and easier over version updates – it’s now simpler than ever. Just paste the URL and you’re away!

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Automate WordPress Database Backups for Care-Free Protection

Submitted by • October 3, 2010

Database backups are essential for any website, but they can be a bit of a drag. Follow this tutorial to create a completely automated system for backing up your database, as often as you need. Now, should anything disastrous happen ...

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Debugging WordPress Like A Master

Submitted by • September 28, 2010

This tutorial walks you through how to debug your WordPress sites using NetBeans IDE and XDebug. This will allow you to place breakpoints in your code and step into the running code. You can then step through the code one ...

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How To Link Images in WordPress

Submitted by • September 25, 2010

You can link images in your WordPress posts or pages to any URL or file. You might want to link to another website or you might want to link to a PDF or other file you have on your site. ...

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Post Thumbnails for Custom Post Types

Submitted by • September 3, 2010

Sometimes if you're building a site with custom post types, then you may find that you only want some of them to support post thumbnails. This article shows you how.

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The Value of WordPress Comment System for SEO by Example

Submitted by • August 4, 2010

I believe that we must know all the possible benefits of WordPress comment system, and realize that we don’t need to replace this system or host comment a way from content, I have examples on this post to show you ...

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5 Things To Look For Before Buying A Premium WordPress Theme

Submitted by • May 13, 2010

WordPress premium themes look great. But not all of them are top notch. They’re called ‘premium’ simply because you have to pay for them. Designers have an uncanny knack of coercing you into buying premium themes by showing you ...

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Using jQuery To Create Parallax Scrolling Backgrounds

Submitted by • February 9, 2010

Demonstration on using jQuery and CSS techniques to create scrolling backgrounds. Here we layer backgrounds on top of each other and change their horizontal position to move them past the viewing area. It also uses different multipliers to move the ...

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Load WordPress Gravatars on the Fly

Submitted by • May 7, 2010

This week I’ve put together a little script that generates these little Gravatars automatically as you type. It’s even got little Wavatar faces on them that change when you make a new address, so you’ll never get bored!

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Display Latest Contributors with Images WordPress Widget

Submitted by • October 11, 2010

One of my main goals if to award our blog contributors by giving them more exposure and extra backlinks to their sites, if you would like to get this awesome plugin, go a head, I’ve tested it on one of ...

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Best WordPress Contact Form Plugins

Submitted by • October 9, 2010

If you use WordPress for your blog or site - and a lot of people do - you want the best plugins you can get. That's especially true when it comes to letting people contact you. You want to ...

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New Feature – Top Voted Posts

Submitted by • September 15, 2010

Last night I added a brand new feature to WPVote. A 'Top Voted' tabbed section on the WPVote homepage. This means that you can now see the top voted content, by month, and by year, on the homepage of the ...

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Stylish Plugin Sampler: 15 Design-Friendly Plugins For Your WordPress Site

Submitted by • September 14, 2010

Looking for some quick and easy ways to improve your WordPress site design? We’ve selected a few of the best plugins available for WordPress 3.0 that will help you give your site an instant face lift! Keep your visitors clicking ...

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Welcome to the new and improved WPCandy

Submitted by • August 22, 2010

WPCandy is back! Earlier this year, WPCandy changed hands into Ryan Imel's and he'll be guiding the site into the future. He's very excited, and have big plans for WPCandy.

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Showcase: Magazine-Style Layout in WordPress and Resources

Submitted by • August 22, 2010

In this post we will feature 11 sites that provide inspiration for magazine-style layouts, then tutorials for designing a Magazine Theme, and the end of the post includes free and premium magazine style themes for WordPress.

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7 Easy Ways to Add the Official Twitter Button to Your WordPress Blog

Submitted by • August 22, 2010

Most WordPress users want to add the Tweet Button to their blogs because of the large amount of traffic that Twitter drives to websites. Many of the plugins listed here are bundled with extra features that you may or may ...

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How I created the website screenshots on WPVote automagically

Submitted by • February 7, 2010

When I was building WPVote I wanted to use screenshots of the webpages that were submitted, but I didn't want to have to submit them myself - ad after some research I discovered the information in the article linked. There's ...

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Is SEO Worth It for Blogs

Submitted by • July 15, 2010

When you start a blog you have to make a plan. A plan contain milestones and strategies used to reach the milestones. The milestones should be based on your capabilities.

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10 tricks to make your WordPress theme stand out

Submitted by • April 22, 2009

There are a ton of WordPress themes out there these days, so it can be hard to get your theme noticed. The solution? Use the ten tricks listed in this post to make your theme stand out from the crowd.

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30 Most Wanted WordPress Tips And Hacks

Submitted by • February 19, 2010

You will find here 30 Most wanted WordPress tips and hacks that you always wanted to know. Learn to create your own PoPUrls within WordPress or to style individual posts.

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14 tips to WordPress practical security

Submitted by • March 15, 2009

WordPress is the most user friendly expandable blog platform around. "With power comes more responsibilities", says Spiderman’s uncle. So what if your valuable WordPress blog get hacked? You will be literally devastated, violated and humiliated. Now you need to know ...

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5 tips for using AJAX in WordPress

Submitted by • March 16, 2010

AJAX is used in many WordPress themes and plugins. However, not all of those themes and plugins implement AJAX properly. This article reveals 5 best practices in developing AJAX for WordPress. Warning: This is a long and information-packed article. Be sure ...

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10 awesome .htaccess hacks for WordPress

Submitted by • March 19, 2009

.htaccess, the file which control the Apache webserver, is very useful and allows you to do a lot of things. In this article, let’s see how .htaccess can help you with your WordPress blog, for both security,functionnality and usability.

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10 Things to do After Installing WordPress

Submitted by • March 7, 2009

The WordPress 5-minute install is great, nothing complicated about getting your blog up and running (most of the time). But once you install WordPress there are a number of other steps that you need to take in order to get ...

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20 WordPress Tricks to Improve Your Blog

Submitted by • March 2, 2009

One of the reasons WordPress is so popular is because of its flexibility. Designers, developers, and bloggers have plenty of options. In this post we’ll look at a combination of tutorials for improving a WordPress-based site, and plugins that can ...

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30 Most Wanted WordPress Comments Page Hacks

Submitted by • March 1, 2009

WordPress needs no introduction in designing field. It usually known as a synonym for blogging. When working on a WordPress blog, your posts often take the important place. However, the comments on the posts are often just as important as ...

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