Sometime we have to hide or show widget on certain Pages, Posts or Categories  to show up different content,  affiliate ads or a poll on particular page or a category.  There are codes for these requirements on WordPress conditional tags, But  I found excellent WordPress plugins named Widget Logic [...]
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Sometime we have to hide or show widget on certain Pages, Posts or Categories  to show up different content,  affiliate ads or a poll on particular page or a category.  There are codes for these requirements on WordPress conditional tags, But  I found excellent WordPress plugins named Widget Logic and Widget Context that had the ability to hide or show widgets on your WordPress blog. Here are some tip to add some logic to the widgets that are used on your WordPress blog. These functions of [...] Read more

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WordPress by using Ajax has a feature auto-save revisions, when you edit the blog post or page, it automatically saves a copy of the post with recent changes each 60 seconds by default. You may want to increase this setting for longer delays in between auto-saves, or decrease the setting to make sure [...]
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WordPress by using Ajax has a feature auto-save revisions, when you edit the blog post or page, it automatically saves a copy of the post with recent changes each 60 seconds by default. You may want to increase this setting for longer delays in between auto-saves, or decrease the setting to make sure you never lose changes. I’ve been reading a lot about how the autosave is such a pain when writing and editing, It autosaves every 3 seconds and jumps up to the top of the page I have to scroll [...] Read more

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WordPress is a very popular blog software for many different reasons. In addition to being free, versatile and extremely user-friendly, WordPress is among the most stable of the available blog platforms. Still, there are times when you may have to troubleshoot a WordPress problem. Identify the problem. [...]
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WordPress is a very popular blog software for many different reasons. In addition to being free, versatile and extremely user-friendly, WordPress is among the most stable of the available blog platforms. Still, there are times when you may have to troubleshoot a WordPress problem. Identify the problem. You need to know whether the problem is with a WordPress plug-in, Theme or during installation for example, or with a built-in WordPress feature such as the text editor. Write down the error message [...] Read more

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Embedding videos in a Website  has never been easier, thanks to WordPress and its Plugins. These themes and  plugin removes the need to copy and paste “embed” code from the different video sharing sites into your posts’ body. Instead, you click the icon for a specific video site, [...]
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Embedding videos in a Website  has never been easier, thanks to WordPress and its Plugins. These themes and  plugin removes the need to copy and paste “embed” code from the different video sharing sites into your posts’ body. Instead, you click the icon for a specific video site, for example, YouTube. Then all you need to provide is the URL to the video.  For example, Viper’s Video  Quicktag WordPress Plugin goes to the URL and extracts the embed code automatically. Adding [...] Read more

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I got a question from Mike Winstanley on How do I publish my WordPress Post automatically on Facebook Fan page. This is something which I forget to write earlier, though I have already written about “Connecting Twitter account with Useful Applications”. I did some research to find out [...]
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I got a question from Mike Winstanley on How do I publish my WordPress Post automatically on Facebook Fan page. This is something which I forget to write earlier, though I have already written about “Connecting Twitter account with Useful Applications”. I did some research to find out how the integration of Facebook with WordPress and vice versa works, or — in other words — how you can present your WordPress blog on Facebook or use the functionality of Facebook on your WordPress-powered [...] Read more

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404 is a code name for a missing page or a webpage that no longer exists. Over the years, I am sure you have linked to tons of websites that are either dead in the water or have changed their website’s URL structure. Broken Link Checker will try to go through all of your previous posts and [...]
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404 is a code name for a missing page or a webpage that no longer exists. Over the years, I am sure you have linked to tons of websites that are either dead in the water or have changed their website’s URL structure. Broken Link Checker will try to go through all of your previous posts and find any links to websites that are no longer reachable. Along with the 404 Notify plugin mentioned earlier in this chapter, you will never have another missing page or link within your blog. Unlike 404 [...] Read more

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Search is significantly more important than most people credit it. The ability to find content on your site is probably the most important aspect to running a successful blog. The Defacto search built in to WordPress is nice, but far from perfect. Search Unleash WordPress Plug-in  introduces powerful [...]
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Search is significantly more important than most people credit it. The ability to find content on your site is probably the most important aspect to running a successful blog. The Defacto search built in to WordPress is nice, but far from perfect. Search Unleash WordPress Plug-in  introduces powerful new methods to scour through your blog’s data, including full text searching and Lucene powered searching. Setting up your search index: A search index is a collection of information that [...] Read more

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For Blogger WordPress is the best choice for blogging. In WordPress theme every one wants to change Post order and page order in navigation menu or on home page, for that in this post I am going to show how to make these changes in Post order. Here are few ways to customize the sort order of posts [...]
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For Blogger WordPress is the best choice for blogging. In WordPress theme every one wants to change Post order and page order in navigation menu or on home page, for that in this post I am going to show how to make these changes in Post order. Here are few ways to customize the sort order of posts in WordPress. To customize post order manually, open your theme document and use the following code: // display posts organized by title in ascending order <?php $posts = query_posts( $query_string [...] Read more

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Breadcrumbs typically appear horizontally across the top of a web page, usually below title bars or headers. They provide links back to each previous page the user navigated through to get to the current page or—in hierarchical site structures—the parent pages of the current one. Breadcrumbs provide [...]
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Breadcrumbs typically appear horizontally across the top of a web page, usually below title bars or headers. They provide links back to each previous page the user navigated through to get to the current page or—in hierarchical site structures—the parent pages of the current one. Breadcrumbs provide a trail for the user to follow back to the starting or entry point. A greater-than sign (>) often serves as hierarchy separator, although designers may use other glyphs (such as » or ›), [...] Read more

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If you ever need to move your WordPress installation from one server to another, start by reversing the installation process. Step 1: Download the WordPress files from your server. Make sure you have a complete copy of your wp-config.php and .htaccess files and your wp-content directory. Step 2: Export [...]
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If you ever need to move your WordPress installation from one server to another, start by reversing the installation process. Step 1: Download the WordPress files from your server. Make sure you have a complete copy of your wp-config.php and .htaccess files and your wp-content directory. Step 2: Export your database. If you have installed any plugins that create new tables, be sure to include them in your backup. They will share the prefix (e.g. ‘wp_’) you specified during the installation. [...] Read more

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