Is your WordPress blog running a little slow? Sometimes all you need to do is give it a quick cleaning and optimize the database. Just like with your computer and Web browsers, your WordPress database gets filled with unneeded files like drafts, revisions, and spam comments. Luckily, removing them is a piece of cake.
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Do you like trying out new services and tools before anyone else? If you consider yourself an early adopter or just want to test out the beta version of WordPress Plugins, there’s an easy way to do so.
Are you constantly checking your Google Analytics data and looking for an easier way to keep up with it? If so, here is how you can access your Google Analytics data in your WordPress dashboard.
If you are running a WordPress site, it is important to beef up the security of your site and prevent hackers from entering and wreak havoc. Here is how to protect your WordPress blog with two factor authentication.
The custom field dropdown list in WordPress only show up to 30 values. If you need it to show more than 30 custom fields in the list, here is the fix.
Instagram is really popular, but it is mostly restricted to your mobile devices. What if you want to view it online or add it to your WordPress blog? Here is how you can do it.
It seems that iPad would be the perfect device for blogging, but this just isn’t the case. Here are some workarounds if you insist to manage your WordPress blog on your iPad.
While there are plenty of Facebook plugins for WordPress, nothing is sweeter than having the official support from the Facebook team. The new Facebook For WordPress Plugin, the official WordPress plugin by Facebook, gives you the ability to cross publish from WordPress to Facebook, and comes with bonuses like mentioning specific friends and Pages in […]
In WordPress, if you have used plenty of plugins, you will surely come across a few that require you to put a shortcode in the post (like [shortcode_1]) for it to work. Using shortcode may be a good way to add functionality to your site, but when you deactivate the plugin, the shortcode in your content don’t get removed and it will appear in the frontend in its unprocessed form. Here are some ways to remove unused shortcode from your site.
When maintaining a WordPress website, the speed at which it loads is super important. Not only for the visitor, but also for SEO. Google and other search engines do grade your site on loading speed. One remedy to help the load speed of your WordPress site is to set up a cache. What a cache […]