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Top 10 WordPress Plugins for Blogging in 2013

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WordPress plugins are meant to extend the functionalities of your WordPress blog. And, to achieve professional blogging success in 2013 you should use the best possible WordPress plugins available in the industry. After reviewing 100s of top plugins, I have hand-picked 10 Best WordPress Plugins to use in your blog for better results. The plugins I have mentioned below are Essential, and either Free or Cheaper (Premium). Which can be afforded by any blogger. BONUS: WPMU Dev Plugins (Premium) WPMU […]

Tweaks to Improve WordPress Posts and Pages

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We love WordPress – but not all of us are ready to settle with all its default settings and displays – particularly how posts are displayed. As we’re taught that uniqueness does matter to a website’s branding which gives the visitors a great impression, throughout these years bloggers and developers have been striving to tweak the post display, in order to make it as unique as possible. Today we are going to focus on the smart tweaks you can perform […]

Best Widget Plugins for Sidebar

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What do you have in your blog sidebar? If you have a blog theme that supports widgets, the chances are you have at least one or two widgets in your sidebar. Are you using too many widgets? An overcrowded sidebar is a commonly ignored one and is sure to annoy most of your visitors. However, a sidebar with not enough can be just as bad. It’s great to have a clean sidebar, but if you’re missing the essentials then you’re basically […]

Free WordPress Themes of the Month

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Although plugins are fantastically useful and can equip your site with a huge variety of functions, it is your theme that really sets you apart from the competition. And make no mistake — as I said in yesterday’s post on creating an authority blog, your design can have a huge impact on the popularity of your site. Furthermore, it can affect the perception of your site amongst those who you really want to impress. With that said, one would be forgiven for thinking that a premium theme is […]

Drupal SEO modules

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Your marketing efforts for the growth of your business starts with the growth of your website! Growing your website means increasing the traffic to your website Out of the box, Drupal SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) is pretty good. But there’s definitely extra work that you can do to make it even better. In this short article I want to focus on a selection of Drupal SEO modules which provide fundamental enhancements that I think should be included in the Drupal […]

PHP cURL functions tutorial

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cURL is a library which allows you to connect and communicate to many different types of servers with many different types of protocols. Using cURL you can: Implement payment gateways’ payment notification scripts. Download and upload files from remote servers. Login to other websites and access members only sections. PHP cURL library is definitely the odd man out. Unlike other PHP libraries where a whole plethora of functions is made available, PHP cURL wraps up a major parts of its […]

Jquery Socialist Plugin

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Life can be easy. With the brand-new jQuery plugin Socialist you’re able to aggregate a plethora of streams stemming from different social networks into one, modern and elegant grid-based layout. If you haven’t been living under a stone lately, you’ll have a strong deja vu looking at Socialist’s default output. Yes, you’re right. It does look like Pinterest. If you’re not into Pinterest though, you can have Socialist display the various streams in plain old-school list view. Socialist: Just Add […]

Top 10 Things do After Install WordPress

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The WordPress 5-minute install is great. But After install WordPress there are a number of many steps that you need to take in order to get the most from blog. Use the following as a to-do checklist for your future installations and you’ll keep yourself right. 1. Change the Admin Password and Manage Your Authors WordPress gives you some random concoction of a password that you’re *never* going to remember so the first thing you need to do is change […]