After spending some time with WordPress on your local server, you finally decide to move it to a live website. However, it seems like you don’t know what your next step should be. This tutorial will take you through the steps necessary to move your local WordPress installation to your live website.
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Often times bloggers wonder how to make separate RSS feed for their category. Because sometimes your user only visits your website for the design category, but you have ten other categories that the user is not interested in. How can you offer them a separate RSS Feed. In this tutorial, we will show you how you can do that.
Many WordPress Themes that are released usually come with the default blogroll codes. With that code you have no control over the organization of the blogroll links in your sidebar. By default it is all organized alphabetically, but in this article we will show you how you can control how your blogroll is displayed.
Twitter has seen exponential growth in the past year which is the reason why more and more bloggers are now sharing their stories on twitter. If you haven’t seen one of the cool Retweet buttons on some of most famous blogs, then you are missing out. In this article, we will show you how to add a Retweet Button in all of your posts, so your audience can Tweet your stories with one click.
In this article we will show you how to display raw codes in your WordPress blog posts, so your users can not only see it, but copy and paste it if necessary.