We all know that Feedburner is a great tool for RSS feeds. Many of you have already opened account in Feedburner, and added your feeds. We have seen lots of WordPress blogs using the link of feedburner but when manually type in their default feed address, and it just shows the WordPress RSS feed. That
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wordpress database backup guide

WordPress could be the finest website cms. Its popularity is evidence that. Websites on WordPress perform great plus the platform is straightforward to use. However, precisely the same cannot be said about managing its database. If you happen to be beginner in utilizing this CMS you then might get a migraine or two once you
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There are default scripts that comes with each WordPress installation. These scripts are at disposal of theme, and plugin authors to use in their work. From our experience, jQuery is one of the most used scripts in plugins, and themes. You are probably wondering why you should replace the default WordPress jQuery with a CDN
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One of those cool CSS3 declarations that you can use today is ::selection, which overrides your browser-level or system-level text highlight color with a color of your choosing. At the time of this writing, the ::selection selector is supported in Internet Explorer 9+ (IE9+), Opera, Google Chrome, and Safari. Mozilla Firefox supports an alternative, the
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Breadcrumb navigation is an excellent supplementary navigation system specially for CMS because it helps in site usability. In our previous post we have how to enable breadcrumb navigation links in WordPress using a plugin, The plugin in our previous post reveals page hierarchy. It is a very good addition to the design because of usability
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Breadcrumb navigation is an excellent supplementary navigation system specially for CMS because it helps in site usability. The plugin we are going to share in this article reveals page hierarchy. It is a very good addition to the design because of usability and it also provides SEO benefits because it links to the path hence
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When starting out as a beginner, this question often comes in everyone’s mind. WordPress.org vs. WordPress.com – Which is better for me? A simplified answer is: WordPress.org is the center of the WordPress community. This is the website where the core software is hosted, along with thousands of free themes and plugins, all of which
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WordPress is an amazing platform which powers millions of websites and blogs. WordPress can also be extremely inefficient at times and one particular example is wp-cron.php. By default the wp-cron.php is run every single time a page is loaded and if you have a busy blog this can lead to a lot of cron runs,
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If you already installed WordPress on your blog, you know the wp-config.php file this is the file where you set up your database connection info, security keys and define your site language. If you not yet installing WordPress on your blog, you can read our previous post about how to install WordPress manually using cPanel
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