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How to Get Email Notification for Post Changes in WordPress

How to Get Email Notifications for Post Changes in WordPress

Running a multi-author WordPress site comes with its own challenges like stopping spam registrations, monitoring user activity and managing editorial workflow. If there are multiple users working on posts and pages, then there is a very good chance that you would miss some important changes.… Read More »

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Jan 13, 2014
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How to Add Share Buttons as Overlay on YouTube Videos in WordPress

Adding Share Buttons on YouTube Videos in WordPress

Videos are one of the best ways to boost user engagement. Recently one of our users asked us about a way to create share button overlays on videos similar to the popular site UpWorthy. In this article, we will show you how to add share… Read More »

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Jan 10, 2014
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How to Create Custom Admin Color Schemes in WordPress

How to Create Custom Admin Color Schemes in WordPress

Most of our users love the new WordPress admin interface. With the ability to change admin color schemes, the new interface provides a better user experience with different choices. Like other WordPress features, admin color schemes can be customized. In this article, we will show… Read More »

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Jan 9, 2014
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How Does PHP Updates by Your Web Host Impact your WordPress Sites

How PHP Updates by Your Web Host Affect Your WordPress Sites

Recently one of our users contacted us about a notice they received from BlueHost (one of the recommended WordPress hosting providers) about upgrading to PHP 5.4. We thought it would be beneficial to cover how this affects WordPress users and website owners. In this article,… Read More »

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Jan 8, 2014
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How to Get Old WordPress Admin Interface in WordPress 3.8

How to Get Old WordPress Admin Interface Back in WordPress 3.8

Not every one is all lovey-dovey about the new WordPress Admin interface. It sure is modern, responsive, sleek and stylish, but some of our users simply don’t like it all that much. If you’re one of those folks, then you’re in luck. The beauty of… Read More »

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Jan 7, 2014
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How to Install WordPress Plugins and Themes from GitHub

How To Install WordPress Themes and Plugins from GitHub

GitHub is a project hosting service used by many open source projects and developers. As a WordPress user, sometimes you may come across plugins or themes hosted on GitHub. Since GitHub is not specific to WordPress development, it may be difficult for a new user… Read More »

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Jan 6, 2014
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How to Display Last Week’s Posts in WordPress

How to display last week's posts in WordPress

Many of our beginner level readers soon start modifying their WordPress themes thats why we have a WordPress theme cheat sheet to help them get started. This brings some interesting challenges for new users. One such reader, recently asked us how to display last week’s… Read More »

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Jan 3, 2014
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How to Make an Internal Communication System in WordPress Using P2

How to Create a WordPress Powered Internal Communication System Using P2 Theme

Many small and large businesses are using WordPress internally as a collaboration tool by combining it with tools like edit flow, user role management, and to do lists. Using WordPress as an internal communication system is proving to be very effective for these organizations. In… Read More »

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Jan 2, 2014
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How to Receive WordPress Emails from Localhost

How to Receive WordPress Emails from Localhost

When using WordPress on localhost, you may come across situations where you would need to receive an email generated by WordPress or a plugin. By default, the mail functionality is not enabled on WAMP or MAMP on Mac server stacks. However, you can configure them… Read More »

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Jan 1, 2014
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How to Add Custom Shortcut Links to WordPress Toolbar

How to Add Custom Shortcut Links in WordPress Toolbar

By default WordPress displays a toolbar on top of all pages to logged in users. You can take control of the WordPress admin bar, turn it off when viewing site, or even disable it for all users except administrators. However, this toolbar can be utilized… Read More »

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Dec 31, 2013
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