Category Archives - WordPress Guides

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 ...
WordPress allows you to categorize your posts and tag them to display your content under d ...
Exactly what makes WordPress a powerful CMS? What are the features that make it more than ...
Hacking is such a dirty word. I think of hacking and two things come to mind. Someone or s ...
Let’s face it. Traffic usually gets a bad rap. Bumper to bumper, slower than a slug, ...

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