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Why and How you should be using iFrames for Videos in WordPress?

You remember those old embed tags on videos? Yeah, those are going to be outdated pretty soon as the web shifts to HTML5. Almost all major video sites are switching from using Flash video embeds toward using HTML5, and we recommend that you think about doing the same for your WordPress blog. By using the iFrame tag for your videos, you ensure that your videos are displayed for people on the…
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How to Fix WordPress FeedBurner Feeds Not Updating

In the past we have shown you how to setup FeedBurner for your WordPress site. Recently we had an issue here at WPSaviour where our Feedburner feed was not updating. We published a post 8 hours ago, and our feed was still not updated. After some tinkering around and research, we managed to find several potential solutions. In this article, we will show you how to fix WordPress FeedBurner feeds not…
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How to Crop, Rotate, Scale, and Flip Images in WordPress

Did you know that you can do the basic image editing in the WordPress backend? What do we mean by basic? Well simply cropping, rotating, scaling image sizes, and flipping the vertically or horizontally. When using WordPress for micro-blogging or when writing a quick post on the go, you will often find yourself limited to softwares. One example would be when you do not have your own computer and…
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Saviour’s Guide to Preventing Blog Content Scraping in WordPress

If you write original content day in and day out, you already are aware of the fact that your posts will end up on bunch of SPAM sites within a few days sometimes even few minutes. Some users even noted that the site with stolen content outranked the original post. It is very frustrating as a website owner to see that someone is stealing your content without permission, monetizing it, outranking…
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