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5 HELPFUL WORDPRESS TIPS FOR SAVIOUR Copy

According to a report by W3Tech, WordPress is being used by more than 30% of today’s websites, and there are lots of websites. Latest researches say there are more than 1.7 billion websites out there. So, that’s 510 million WordPress based websites. That’s quite impressive, isn’t it? If you are having your first contacts with the WordPress content management system and you are having a…
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What Makes a “SEO-Friendly” WordPress Theme

There’s a lot of hullabaloo regarding “SEO” when it comes to WordPress themes. In this series of posts, I’ll go over what most people believe is “good SEO” when it comes to web templates. If your theme doesn’t have it already, I’ll show you how to…
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How to Switch Off a Website With One Line of Code

Sometimes you may need to switch off a WordPress site without affecting data. If you are an aspiring developer, then sometimes you may want to remotely make a site disappear without actually destroying anything. This is where CSS comes in handy. In this article, I will show you how to switch off a website with one line of code. There are two ways to do this, first method remotely loads a tiny CSS…
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How To Create A Free Blog On The BlogSpot Blogging Platform

Having a blog is a great thing because you can share anything you want (…and if you are wise you can also earn a decent income from your blog). Here at WPSaviour, I have written about many blogging platforms that you can use to create a blog for yourself.  I usually…
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How to Create a Comments Central Page Template in WordPress

One way to increase visitor engagements is to reward their comments by showcasing them on your website. Additionally, you can also feature the top commenters as well, linking back to their website in the process. Here we’ll create a dedicated Page Template to display those comments and commenters in one place. In short, this tutorial will teach you how to: create a Page Template, use SQL…
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How to Hide the WordPress Stats Smiley the Right Way

For anyone who uses the WordPress.com stats plugin, you’ll notice it inserts a small smiley image in your footer. This image needs to be loaded to track the stats. Some people might think this little smiley face is “cute”. The rest of you will find the smiley image…
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How to Highlight Author Comments in WordPress

It becomes difficult for users to notice author’s comments on posts with many comments. This sometimes results into users asking same question in comments, even though the author has already answered in an earlier comment. This is why most popular blogs highlight author comments in WordPress. It is really simple, and in this article I am going to show you how to highlight author comments in…
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