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I received the gift of Xbox One for Christmas this year and in between sessions on Dragon ...
If you are an agency or individual who manages multiple WordPress websites it can start to ...
The golden rule of online transactions seems to be that it is cheaper and more efficient t ...
With the launch of Windows 8.1, Microsoft introduced a new Metro UI which was designed to ...
One of the most frustrating things for buyers of commercial themes is when they activate a ...
Today we are going show you how to add a GitHub login button into a WordPress theme using ...
KeyCDN is a content delivery network that has the ability to increase the performance and ...
We recently suffered a brute force login attack on one of my servers which was causing som ...
You look puzzled from all that WordPress host hunting. A, B and C have great features, but ...
BootstrapWP is an online course that aims to teach you how to create your own WordPress th ...
I have been co-founder of two companies which ship physical products sold online, in doing ...
Despite the fact that WordPress rules the CMS arena, many people still consider WordPress ...
Making a copy of a WordPress website, and then installing it at another location might sou ...
WordPress websites have become a popular malicious hacker target. We have all seen it in t ...
We recently looked at Microsoft’s cloud service Azure where we gave an introduction ...
Managed WordPress hosting is big business at the moment within the WordPress eco-system, o ...
As WordPress has taken the place at the top of the Content Management System world, itR ...
Apple’s Retina Display or HiDPI is a topic of discussion among web designers and dev ...
WordPress uses a mySQL database to store, retrieve and display all the data within your we ...
The WordPress media uploader has improved a lot over the years and now provides some power ...

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