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How To Choose The Right WordPress Hosting

WordPress is continuously evolving into a Content Management Solution (CMS) which is feature filled for the most advanced user, while simultaneously being dead-easy for beginners to setup and use. If you’ve been using WordPress for a couple of months, I’m sure that you’ve started to imagine its numerous applications. Running a self-hosted WordPress blog can be easy and difficult at the same…
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Personalities in WordPress You Should Be Following

Many people choose WordPress for its simplicity, but stay for the community. I can’t think of many other online tools that rival it for the sheer size and friendliness of its user base, and willingness of that user base to share solutions. Within the community some people…
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What You Need to Know About Managed WordPress Hosting

Over the past ten years or so WordPress has played a huge part in democratizing the web. These days, just about anyone can create a blog in minutes with the world’s favorite content management system without having to worry about any potentially confusing technical…
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Who Else Wants To Collect Payments Using WordPress Sites?

As a robust content management system, WordPress gets preference from bloggers, freelancers and eCommerce business owners. Apart from being a popular and user friendly blogging platform, WordPress has many other benefits. It can be used in many unconventional ways. Just by adding some code or using some plugin(s) or both, we can use WordPress to create a membership website, eCommerce website and…
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When Plugins Collide: Best Practices For Dealing With WordPress Plugin Conflicts

It is almost inevitable that at some point during the life of your WordPress website you will experience a major plugin conflict. When these conflicts occur it’s never really a problem between two minor plugins. You can almost guarantee that the most important plugin on your site will be directly affected, bringing its entire functionality crashing down around you. That statement is 50% paranoia…
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How to Rank Higher in Search Engines

WordPress was born SEO ready, but after using a few different themes or editing some of the code to implement your personalization, you might break some of the features that make WordPress a darling to search engines. These features, which guide search engine crawlers…
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8 Ways To Get Involved In The WordPress Community

There are a number of ways to get involved and give back to the WordPress community. WordPress is an open source project meaning that the core software and a vast number of the tools to expand it are completely free to use and modify. That ethos extends to every aspect of…
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How to Use Dashicons in WordPress

Dashicons are a built-in core set of font icons in WordPress that were introduced back in WordPress 3.8 when they did the massive backend UI redesign and by default are used for the various links on the left-hand admin bar. These icons while they were built for core they can be used in your own custom plugins and themes, not only when defining custom post types or creating custom admin panels but…
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