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WordPress itself comes in many languages and anyone can choose their preferred language for the user interface. But what happens if you want to display your content in two languages or more? Creating two posts, two products, two everything is not an option you should consider; the site will soon become unmaintainable and your search...
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WordPress is not just a platform for casual bloggers anymore; it has stopped being so since years ago. It now powers e-commerce shops, memberships sites, forums, directories, portfolios and showcases, and so many more types of websites. Due to its huge popularity, it has given rise to a whole new business model: developers focusing mainly...
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WordPress is an open source software, developed by a big community of developers, and with the source code open to the public, so that anyone can submit bugs, point out security issues and propose fixes. This is the beauty of open source software: Everything is transparent, anyone (that has the necessary knowledge) can assess the...
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Fast page loads are a must in 2017 for every website owner. Not only page load time affects Google rankings, but also visitors are likely to press the back button pretty fast, if your site does not load quickly enough. In a previous post we have talked in detail about ways to increase your site’s...
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If your website is slow, you might lose visitors. Here is what Kissmetrics says on the matter, referencing a survey by Akamai and Gomez.com. According to their infographic, visitors on desktop expect the website to load in a maximum of 3 seconds, while mobile users might allow for 6-10 seconds before they abandon your page....
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WordPress is the most popular web publishing platform. It is also open-source, which results to a huge, lively community that tweaks, adds functionalities and fixes bugs. However, WordPress popularity also means another thing: it is a prime target for hackers. Whenever a vulnerability is discovered on WordPress, it will be exploited. WordPress developers are doing...
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The following are the ten best photo gallery plugins for responsive design that can improve your WordPress experience and make your life a whole lot easier. 1- Photo Gallery:  200,000+ Downloads If you want to create a hundred percent responsive WordPress picture gallery for free then the Photo Gallery plugin can be of great help...
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Backing up your WordPress installation, much like backing up your files or saving your documents, is a process that is often neglected. However, there are many cases that you will be happy to have a backup to roll back to: A corrupt database. A malicious attack to your web server. A WordPress upgrade that went...
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WordPress is very popular and it is being used by many, hackers try to hack important websites that are WordPress based. WordPress often gives updates for the known vulnerabilities but nevertheless third party themes along with plugins can cause WordPress to become vulnerable. Hackers may sometimes look for vulnerabilities within WordPress which lets them hack...
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Making Menu responsive is an vital part of any website. Luckily there are many free responsive menu plugins available for WordPress. Read on to find out the best plugins. 1- Responsive Menu: (https://wordpress.org/plugins/responsive-menu/) This plugin is regarded as being a wonderful customizable responsive plugin for WordPress. This plugin has been downloaded more than 60000 times...
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