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Why WordPress Theme Frameworks are Essential?

A good WordPress framework is somewhat like a mythical tool of the trade for developers. While professionals can harness its power to create awesome themes quickly, a lot of beginners are still baffled by what it is or how it works. A few weeks ago I explained WordPress frameworks to my coding geek nephew and gave him a starter course.…
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How to create custom WordPress Widgets?

For those who run WordPress powered websites understand the importance of adding widgets on their site. Widgets are a great way to add content and additional features on your website. They make it extremely easy for you to simply drag and drop several elements such as sidebar, header, footer, of your website and thus making the most out of its…
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Does my website need an SSL Certificate in 2018?

If you own a website, or if you are into digital marketing, or even better, if you are a web security expert, then the word SSL certificate must ring a bell with you. Quite a lot has been happening in the cybersecurity space in the past 12 months. From global-scale malware attacks to botnet-leg targeted attacks, the Internet was busy…
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My experience with WordPress Page Builders

For a long time I have disliked Page building tools, specially the Visual Composer. Visual Composer, now called WPBakery Page Builder was one of the earliest ones of the kind and came with almost every second premium theme on themeforest. So no matter what you bought, you’d be getting Visual Composer prebuilt. It had a little or no competition in…
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Get started with an e-commerce store with these tools

We wrote a piece of article about why business must consider websites as their primary information platform. Having a good website is equally important as is having a great workplace or office. In order to make sure that a business succeeds, several factors are considered, including the use of trendsetting technologies. We also discussed how not having a website can…
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Google Chrome wants you to switch to HTTPS. Do it for free!

In the beginning of this year, Google, eh, Google Chrome announced that they will be discouraging non-secure HTTP websites. Basically Google prefers secured websites in search rankings and after the announcement the measures were surely going to be tighter. But this time it is not just about the result rankings, if you own a website, especially a business website, you must…
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Top 20 Tricks to improve the speed of your website

This poorly written article is under re-writing process. Please come back later.– Team Web optimization is indispensable and a crucial aspect of enhancing the speed of a website although it is something that webmasters often overlook. Imagine the money and resources that you can save and how you can boost the speed of the website and eventually increase the traffic…
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Protect your WordPress Blog from DDOS and Security Attacks

No matter what, you own a world class website or a simple blog – hackers and attackers will always be against you, trying to access your backend and modifying it according to their needs. Daily hundreds of top-level and thousands of other websites are attacked by the security-attackers. The reason for these attacks can be either personal gain or just…
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Effective PHP Scripts to use for your WordPress blog

WordPress plugins are effective and easier to use. They do what they are meant to. You can get WP plugins for almost any tweak you want to do with your site. But there are still a few tweaks that can't be done by plugins. Or, if they could be done -- plugins might build seriously more load on your site.…
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A bug in DW Question & Answer makes all comments ‘Anonymous’

While I was busy with semester exams, my colleague figured that all comments are showing to be posted by Anonymous author. How weird? Anonymous name is given to the writer of a comment in which ‘author-name’ field is kept blank. I did not allow to post ‘anonymous’ comments on this blog and everything was okay until I installed the latest update (1.2.9, possibly) of Design Wall’s…
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