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Ah, Google… What can I really say about my love/hate relationship with her?
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When it comes to designing and developing a WordPress theme, there are several ways you ca ...
Podcasting can be a great way to grow your audience, thanks to the additional way in which ...
I’ve got a confession to make. Although I’ve been using WordPress for a  good few yea ...
Once you have your new site or theme finished, content has been checked and everything is ...
For most WordPress developers, creating your next plugin or theme and exercising your crea ...
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Some people start a WordPress blog with the sole intention of making money from it, while ...
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Back in the dark ages of the web, websites were either hand-coded in static HTML or you ha ...
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