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40 Great WordPress Tutorials

Whether you’re a seasoned web developer or just a curious onlooker seeking to learn more about the auspicious project that is WordPress, tutorials will help you to sharpen your skills not to mention transform you from a WordPress novice to Sensei in no time. If your desire is to increase your knowledge of WordPress, this post will shine light on forty (40) amazing tutorials on WordPress. While…
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How to Setup WordPress Caching with W3 Total Cache (W3TC)

The world’s two most popular WordPress caching plugins are WP Super Cache and W3 Total Cache (W3TC). Developed by Mashable’s CTO, W3 Total Cache is by far the most versatile WordPress caching plugin available, used in high traffic sites like Smashing Magazine, Mashable…
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Easy WordPress Twitter Cards with the TCWP Plugin

Hello guys! Today I am going to take you through how to use the TCWP plugin to quickly and easily utilize the full extent of Twitter’s ‘card’ system. TCWP is a premium WordPress plugin dedicated to the efficient creation and management of Twitter Cards on your site’s posts and pages. TCWP has been designed both to run completely independently of user input (fully automated) and/or to offer…
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How to Build a Church Website with WordPress

All churches need a useful website but few have a large budget. What is a church to do? My favorite solution is one that I’ve seen thousands of churches switch to in the last couple years – WordPress. It’s a low-cost solution (often under $100 to build and $10/month to host) that is simple to use but flexible enough for most churches’ needs. A staff member or volunteer can build and…
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Envato WordPress Toolkit Guide For Automatic Theme Updates

Millions of people use WordPress themes, and many users and developers choose to purchase premium themes from Themeforest. It’s a reputable theme store they can trust that is know for quality WordPress themes, and awesome theme authors (like WPSaviour, of course). Another…
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Create WordPress Product Demo Sites with Ninja Demo

If you aren’t using Ninja Demo for your WordPress product, your demo site probably sucks and you’re losing sales because of it. I’m not trying to pick a fight; I’m just stating the cold hard facts. How do I know? Because up until just a few weeks ago, my demo site sucked too. Most of us who sell WordPress products get tons of requests to try it before buying it. A demo site is the perfect…
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