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How To Reset Your WordPress Password Using phpMyAdmin

One of the primary reasons why companies like LastPass thrive is that we humans aren’t designed to remember random combinations of alphanumeric characters – which are essentially strong passwords. What happens if you’ve setup a client’s WordPress site, customized the theme, installed the plugins, added the content – everything in one go and then go out for a beer – all the while…
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How to Create a Simple WordPress FAQ Plugin

A “Frequently Asked Questions” section is a great tool to give your customers the right answer to their questions. That’s becoming very popular. But very often FAQs are integrated within premium theme, but what about free themes? Here is a tutorial to create a simple…
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How to Easily Edit Images In WordPress

Perhaps in the past you’ve uploaded an image to your post or page in WordPress only to realize it needs a tweak or two. Don’t worry – you can edit images in WordPress and it’s super easy. Plus there’s no plugin required. There just so happens to be a great image editor built-in that most users are unaware of so they typically don’t take advantage of it’s easy options to edit images…
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How to Save Time and Engage Visitors with Content Sliders

Content sliders are everywhere these days! They can also be very polarizing. Tons of people love them, while others despise them. But it’s important to realize that sliders aren’t a cure, they are merely a tool. This means that they need to be used appropriately and…
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Remote Control Your WordPress Site With Mobile Apps

As a WordPress user no doubt you’re very familiar with the Admin Dashboard, after all it’s where you spend a lot of your time setting up and managing your site. Once your site is up and running, you’ve chosen your theme and plugins you don’t have to always add content via the Dashboard. You probably know that there is a range of mobile apps that also allow you to add and manage content for…
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How to Sell Your Products with WordPress and WooCommerce

From here you can set your cart and checkout pages, add terms and conditions, and select your payment gateways. Bank transfer, check, COD, PayPal and credit cards are the included WooCommerce options. Although there are plenty of plugins and extensions available through…
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What is WordPress Caching and Why is it Important?

It’s nice to see that you’ve read my boring old article on WordPress’ Internal Functioning – kudos! Wait, what? You haven’t? No worries, just give it a quick read – especially the part under “What happens when someone views your WordPress blog?”. As the title suggests, we’re going to learn WordPress caching. In this post series we’ll explore each aspect of caching one by one…
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