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Why SSL?

Why SSL?

Gain your site visitor's trust, enhance site security, and improve your search engine rankings by implementing an SSL Certificate. What is an SSL Certificate? Secure Socket Layer (SSL) provides secure communication via the internet. SSL protects sensitive information...

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Been Hacked?

Been Hacked?

Ever seen one of these? Ouch! Has your WordPress Site been hacked? Some examples... Cannot login to your admin area. Site displays strange characters. Email is not sending or received. Site only displays a "white screen," or worse, Site displays a warning screen from...

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Redirect to Homepage

Redirect to Homepage

If you allow subscribers to register for your site, likely you know once they login they are taken to a "dumbed-down" version of the admin dashboard. Yes, there is very little your subscribers can do whilst there, but it is a confusing interface nonetheless. A better...

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XML Sitemap

XML Sitemap

EASY DIY SEO: Who doesn't want to increase their site's ranking and presence among the major search engines such as Google, Bing, Yahoo and Ask? At the very least, to improve your SEO (Search Engine Optimization), consider adding an XML sitemap. What it is: An XML...

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Replace “Howdy” in WordPress

Replace “Howdy” in WordPress

OK, not a big deal, but the "Howdy, Fred Sessoms" message in the right of the WordPress admin bar is, to me, a bit annoying. This can be changed easily by adding the following code snippet to your functions.php file: function howdy_message($translated_text,...

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Resolve Plugin Conflicts

Resolve Plugin Conflicts

Very little will kill your site's functionality, or kill your site altogether, than WordPress plugins that are poorly constructed, conflicting with other installed plugins, your theme, or WordPress itself. If you are experiencing these issues,...

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Add Images to your RSS Feed

Add Images to your RSS Feed

RSS feeds are very much alive and multi-millions of people rely on them to get their updated daily news. WordPress automatically generates a RSS feed from your blog, here is mine: http://thewordpressguy.wwwssr12.supercp.com/feed. (Note the /feed following the domain,...

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RSS Feed Widget

RSS Feed Widget

One of my clients, MabatUSA.com, runs six blog sites and wanted a solution to display linked content from each site to the others. Enter the RSS Feed Widget. With this, you can: Enter as many feeds as you wish. Display or hide post titles....

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Automatically Share Your Posts

Automatically Share Your Posts

There are many ways to auto-post, share your content to your social network sites and here are three tried and proven: The Jetpack plugin by WordPress/Automatic is by far the easiest to setup and the included Publicize module allows you to...

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