Category Archives - WordPress Guides

This is the start of a new series of posts I have been intending to do for a while where I ...
The beta for WordPress 3.6 has been out for a couple of weeks now and is looking to launch ...
My theme company ThemeFurnace turns one in a couple of weeks and inspired by this post I t ...
Have you ever faced a situation where after updating a theme or a plugin, your WordPress s ...
When you are starting out with a new blog or website (powered by WordPress of course!) it ...
To many internet users, your landing page is the face of your website: the first encounter ...
I have spoken before about the importance of building your email subscribers if you run an ...
What is a CDN and how does it work?
A content delivery network (CDN) is a service wh ...
One of the reasons we love WordPress is because of its versatility and open-source code. P ...
You’ve taken the time to choose, commission or build a theme, you’ve thought a ...
Search Engine Optimization is an ongoing process which requires a lot of patience, with eq ...
Us WordPress geeks have a strange addiction: how to use WordPress to the fullest! This is ...
Step 1: Audit Overall Work Station Security
First of all, make sure that any and all ...
Restaurant websites are a niche that seems like a perfect for using WordPress, in the past ...
Every new client job you start working with will have its own set of challenges for you to ...
HappyTables is a cool looking service by Noel Tock that I’ve been meaning to take a ...
We have talked about WordPress Security quite a bit lately. Since WPLift has become well-k ...
There are many open source CMS software available and in some situations you might want to ...
Like many web applications, WordPress stores user accounts in a MySQL database, including ...
At WPlift, we like to explore plugins that allow users to extend WordPress and add uncommo ...

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