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It’s a fact: Internet users don’t like to wait forever for a page to load. If your website is slow, chances are that people will close your page before having a look at it. Here’s a bunch of effective solutions to make your WordPress blog a lot faster.
“Flat” design is the new trend in modern web design. If you want to make your WordPress website or blog look clean, professional and elegant, here’s a list of 10+ beautiful flat themes, both free and premium.
Spam is a nuisance and every blogger have to deal with it. As a WordPress user, I bet you already use Akismet, which is definitely a great way to reduce spam. But several other tricks can definitely help. Here are my favorite WordPress hacks and code snippets to reduce spam on your blog.
If you run a blog, you probably already had to face the problem of content scraping: Some people steal your content to display it on their own blog, usually with lots of Adsense ads. Here are a few useful code snippets to help protect your blog against scrapers.
WordPress built-in search engine is often cited as one of the weak points of the popular blogging platform. In this article, I have compiled several code snippets to make WordPress search engine a lot better.
WordPress is my favorite tool for building blogs and websites. In this article, I have compiled the most useful resources for WordPress developers I came across in the past 3 years.
Comments are a very important aspect of a blog because it is where the readers interact with the blogger. In today’s article, I’m showing you lots of WordPress snippets, hacks and tips to enhance your blog comments section.
Social networks are very important on the internet and can bring tons of traffic to your website. Today, I have compiled my favorites WordPress code snippets to work with social networks as such as Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, and more.
If you already installed WordPress, you know the wp-config.php file: this is the file where you set up your database connection info and define your site language. But you can do a lot more things with the wp-config.php file. In this article, I’ll show you 10+ tricks, using wp-config.php, to boost your WordPress website.