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13 Dec WordPress 3.8: Parker

WordPress is brand new as of today (Decemeber 13, 2013), and it boasts a ton of cool new features. Aside from the normal speed and security upgrades, WordPress now comes with a shiny new interface. Over the last several months, design has become increasingly flat. Meaning,...

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07 Dec Case Study: Virus Vaults

Virus Vaults is a software company dedicated to protecting computers from viruses and malware. They do this with a new method that uses virtual machines for browsing (don't worry, I don't know what that means either). They wanted a single page WordPress site that would display...

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29 Oct WordPress Tricks Part 4

You can see the first three parts of WordPress tricks by clicking here. We'll take a look at a few more neat tricks you an use to make your WordPress experience more efficient and flexible. Add classes to links in the menu - often times you'll...

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23 Oct CSS Box Model with WordPress

With an Intro to HTML & CSS we took a look at the very beginnings of the box model property: one of the most fundamental and important things to understand to edit and build sites. Now lets delve a little deeper in understanding what the...

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14 Oct How to: Change WordPress Login URL

One really easy way to hack a WordPress site is to append /wp-admin (or /wp-login.php) on the end of the URL, and get to the standard login screen. This is the default WordPress login URL for all out-of-the-box installs (meaning you downloaded WordPress or used...

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10 Oct WordPress Best Practices

There are a number of things that can significantly improve your WordPress site. This list is only part 1, but these best practices should be followed in almost every single scenario (I have yet to encounter a site that shouldn't follow these rules). These WordPress...

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08 Oct WordPress Tricks Part 3

We've now seen two parts in the "WordPress Tricks" series, and now we have one more for you! You can check out Part 1 & Part 2. This doesn't build on those, but rather offer additional tips to make your WordPress experience faster and more...

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23 Sep eCommerce with WordPress

There are a million and one ecommerce solutions for selling goods online, from custom solutions to sites like Shopify. WordPress has become a big player in the last couple years, thanks in large part to WooCommerce. Using plugins to extend WordPress is nothing strange, so here...

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17 Sep WordPress Tricks Part 2

In part 1 of WordPress Tricks we saw how to use WordPress to make working with the backend a little more efficient. Lets expand on that and take a look at four more things to make WordPress even faster to use. Publish posts in the future (or...

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12 Sep The Anatomy of WordPress Itself

WordPress in and of itself is nothing more than a collection of files and folders. When put on your server, however, they make up the complex yet incredibly intuitive content management system we all know and love. There are a lot of files and folders...

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28 Aug How To: Manage WordPress Posts

The posts in your WordPress site are at the front and center of everything you do within the WordPress admin panel. Often, themes will make use of posts, and no other custom post types, when displaying content, so knowing how manage them is an important...

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