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Hidden Secret Options Panel within your WordPress Admin Panel

This is one of the cool little secrets that you should know about. WordPress has a Master Options Panel in the admin panel which is hidden. This page shows a combination of all settings for your blog, and it is something that you should not mess with. Nevertheless you should still know about it because it is cool. In your blog URL add the following: http://yourblog.com/wp-admin/options.php This…
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How to Make Sticky Posts in WordPress

Are you looking for a way to show your most important posts at the top of your blog page so people can see them first? WordPress by default shows your newest posts first. As you add more content, your older posts go down and eventually moved to archives. But what if you…
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How to Install a WordPress Plugin – Step by Step for Saviours

After installing WordPress, the first thing every saviour needs to learn is how to install a WordPress plugin. Plugins allow you to add new features to WordPress such as add a gallery, slideshow, etc. There are thousands of free and paid plugins available for WordPress. In this step by step guide, we will show you how to install a WordPress plugin. Before You Start If you are using WordPress.com…
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What, Why, and Hows of WordPress Security Keys

If you are using WordPress and did a little reading about WordPress Security, then you should have seen a mention of WordPress Security Keys (Secret Keys). In this article, we will explain the what, why, and hows of WordPress Security Keys for WordPress beginners. What are…
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How to Add Verification Codes to Your WordPress RSS Feed

Often when WordPress bloggers signup for third party publisher accounts such as Digg and others, they are required to verify ownership. Most services offer multiple options of verification such as adding meta tags to the header, uploading a blank file, and adding content to the RSS feed. This article will use Digg.com as an example because Digg version 4 has this new feature called auto feed…
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How to Build an Email List in WordPress – Email Marketing 101

Building an email list is a hot topic among bloggers and small business owners. Just about every expert will tell you to build an email list, but most forget to cover common questions like what is an email list? why build an email list? how to build an email list in WordPress? etc. In this email marketing 101 guide, we will cover every aspect of email newsletters and WordPress. This includes the…
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