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How to get Features on Self-Hosted WordPress Blogs

Jetpack for WordPress

Often WordPress users start out with using before they make the switch to self-hosted WordPress platform. Like many others, we too started out using before we decided to make a switch. There are many deciding factors that can sway users to switch from… Read More »

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Apr 12, 2012
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How to Add Simple and Elegant Footnotes in Your WordPress Blog Posts

Simple Footnotes in WordPress

We have never considered ourselves a journalist nor do we have any professional experience in writing. We are just a group of WordPress fanatics who love sharing what we know. However, if you are a journalist or someone who fancies professional writing, then you probably… Read More »

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Apr 11, 2012
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How to Improve your Editorial Workflow in Multi-Author WordPress Blogs

Improving Editorial Workflow

Managing multiple authors in a WordPress blog can be hectic. A good editorial workflow is essential for a multi-author blog to function smoothly. Recently, one of our users asked for tips on how to improve their editorial workflow. In this article, we will share a… Read More »

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Apr 10, 2012
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What, Why, and How-To’s of Trackbacks and Pingbacks in WordPress

Trackbacks and Pingbacks 101

Recently while viewing our Facebook page, we saw one of our users asked a question that we thought we had covered. Unfortunately, we never did. The question was about trackbacks/pingbacks. Here is the question: “Do you have an article or explanation about moderating pingbacks? I… Read More »

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Apr 9, 2012
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Coffee Lounge – A WordPress Theme for Cofee Shop, Bar, or Bistro

Coffee Lounge WordPress Theme

While checking our emails for interesting tips, we stumbled across a tip from our friends over at Themefuse. They have released a pretty niche oriented theme for coffee shops, bars, and bistros. The theme is called Coffee Lounge. It is a visually stunning theme that… Read More »

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Apr 5, 2012
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How to Secure your WordPress Pages with SSL

Secure pages in WordPress

In the past, we have shown a few techniques where you are required to use a SSL certificate to secure your WordPress page(s). The most popular one is creating a donate form for non-profit organizations in WordPress. A lot of the non-profits like to use… Read More »

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Apr 4, 2012
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How to Get Logged-in User’s Info in WordPress for Personalized Results

Personalized Results

Recently we showed you how to create a personalized experience for your users by allowing them save their favorite posts in a personalized library. You can take personalized results to another level by using their first name at places (i.e the welcome screen). Luckily, WordPress… Read More »

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Apr 3, 2012
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Mojo Themes WordPress Anniversary Bundle – $500 Value for Only $29

Mojo Themes Anniversary Bundle

Our friends over at Mojo Themes are celebrating their second anniversary with a huge bundle. This bundle contains 8 top-notch WordPress themes, 4 awesome WordPress plugins, and 3 HTML templates as well. The total value of products in this bundle far exceeds $500 however for… Read More »

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Apr 2, 2012
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How to Avoid Duplicate Post Display with Multiple Loops in WordPress

Avoid Duplicate Posts when using Multiple Loops in WordPress

Recently one of our users ran into the issue of having duplicate post while developing a custom theme. What he was trying to do was show the most recent post on the homepage, and then show a list of random posts in a separate loop… Read More »

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Mar 30, 2012
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Adding User-Submitted Content in Custom Post Types with Gravity Forms

Gravity Forms with Custom Post Types

Recently while working on a WordPress membership site, we found a need to rely on user-submitted content by our members. Gravity Forms has become our choice for all user-submitted content however Custom Post Types support is not yet added into the core. Luckily, there is… Read More »

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Mar 29, 2012
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