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How To: Improve the WordPress Search – 7 Completely Free Tools & Plugins

For years now it’s been said the web over that the default search feature for WordPress is…well, pretty awful. Not only does it sort by date instead of relevancy but it also ignores categories, tags, custom post types and comments when returning results. A common experience for a person searching for content on your WordPress … Read moreHow To: Improve the WordPress Search – 7 Completely Free Tools & Plugins

Manage Multiple WordPress Sites from one Location – Which Service is Best?

If you have a number of self-hosted WordPress sites, or you look after multiple WordPress installations on behalf of your clients, keeping them all up-to-date with the latest versions of the WordPress core, the plugins they are using and their themes can be a time consuming task, requiring you to login to each site and … Read moreManage Multiple WordPress Sites from one Location – Which Service is Best?

The WPLift Complete Guide to WordPress Password Recovery

A couple of weeks ago, a group of hackers launched a worldwide targeted attack on websites running WordPress. The idea was pretty simple – guess (brute-force attack) the password for WordPress default superuser ‘admin’. Have that, and you remotely control every aspect of the website. Thankfully we have quite a few security guides here on … Read moreThe WPLift Complete Guide to WordPress Password Recovery

Give WordPress Beta Releases A Spin: Information & Resources

Have you ever done a major WordPress update, refreshed your site, and realized with horror that some critical piece of functionality has broken? When an application is as frequently updated and modular as WordPress, something is going to break at some point. It’s often plugins that cause problems; sometimes they’re just not ready for new … Read moreGive WordPress Beta Releases A Spin: Information & Resources

Non-Destructive Customisation of WordPress Themes using a Child Theme

Similar to how Photoshop allows you to edit images using adjustment layers without altering the original image, you can use the same concept when customizing WordPress themes. Non-destructive customization has the advantage of being able to revert changes and keep the original files completely intact and untouched. The quickest and easiest way to begin non-destructive … Read moreNon-Destructive Customisation of WordPress Themes using a Child Theme

How-To: Create a Free Newsroom for Multi-Author WordPress Blogs

WordPress is the world’s number one blogging platform and CMS. As such it’s the platform of choice for most of the world’s largest and most popular blogs and content websites. Including breaking news sites like TechCrunch, Mashable, GigaOM and many more. But those sites didn’t start out as giants, they grew there over time – … Read moreHow-To: Create a Free Newsroom for Multi-Author WordPress Blogs

The WPLift Complete Guide to Google Authorship and WordPress

Since the feature debuted (I believe in the spring of 2012) acquiring Google Authorship for your WordPress website has become a lot easier and a lot less confusing. That is, if you can avoid the old articles out there that make it insanely complicated. Which is why for today’s post I’m going to attempt to … Read moreThe WPLift Complete Guide to Google Authorship and WordPress

WordPress Theme Trends 2013 – A Detailed Look at Business Themes

This is the start of a new series of posts I have been intending to do for a while where I will be picking one style of WordPress theme and taking a close look at the current features and trends for that kind of theme. In today’s post I’m going to be examining Business / … Read moreWordPress Theme Trends 2013 – A Detailed Look at Business Themes

A Look at WordPress 3.6 – New Features & New Default Theme

The beta for WordPress 3.6 has been out for a couple of weeks now and is looking to launch towards the end of this month – if you haven’t had the time or inclination to install and test it out then today’s post is for you – I will be looking at the new features … Read moreA Look at WordPress 3.6 – New Features & New Default Theme

Some Thoughts on Running a Sucessfull WordPress Theme Company

My theme company ThemeFurnace turns one in a couple of weeks and inspired by this post I thought I would take some time out to talk about our first year in the WordPress theme business. Everyone will define success differently but for me, in year one of running ThemeFurnace I have achieved the goals I … Read moreSome Thoughts on Running a Sucessfull WordPress Theme Company

Common WordPress Problems & Errors and How to Solve Them

Have you ever faced a situation where after updating a theme or a plugin, your WordPress site displays nothing but a white page? So bad, that you’re even locked out of the WordPress dashboard? That my friend, is popularly known as the White Screen of Death. I’m sure our readers who’ve used Windows XP in … Read moreCommon WordPress Problems & Errors and How to Solve Them

How to Make your WordPress Posts Go Viral – Tips, Tactics & Tools for Success

When you are starting out with a new blog or website (powered by WordPress of course!) it is incredibly difficult to build any sort of traffic at the start – Google doesn’t like you, people don’t want to subscribe to a ghost town and they certainly don’t want to link to your content. The best … Read moreHow to Make your WordPress Posts Go Viral – Tips, Tactics & Tools for Success

How To Test and Optimize Landing Pages: Tips, Tools & Advice

To many internet users, your landing page is the face of your website: the first encounter they have with your company. This is good news, because a successful landing page either converts a visitor into a customer by persuading them to take the page’s intended action, or entices them to navigate further into your site. … Read moreHow To Test and Optimize Landing Pages: Tips, Tools & Advice

The Complete Guide to Increasing Email Subscribers on your WordPress site

I have spoken before about the importance of building your email subscribers if you run any form of website. With a mailing list you can connect directly with your most loyal readers and let them know about any goings on with your website such as competitions, money off coupons, sales, important blog posts – and … Read moreThe Complete Guide to Increasing Email Subscribers on your WordPress site

The Complete Guide to Free & Paid WordPress CDN Services

What is a CDN and how does it work? A content delivery network (CDN) is a service which makes the static content of your website i.e. Java Script, images, videos, and CSS load much faster on visitor’s browser. The CDN provider copies your site’s static content in their servers which are tactically located among the technologically … Read moreThe Complete Guide to Free & Paid WordPress CDN Services

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