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As I related to in my WordPress security tips post awhile back, a couple of years ago one of my sites which I hadn’t touched in awhile was hacked. Unfortunately […]

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Awhile back one of my sites was hacked and it was the infamous TimThumb hack which is a common vulnerability in outdated versions of WordPress or more specifically the TimThumb […]

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The effective ordering and placement of widgets on your WordPress run site can significantly improve your site’s performance in a number of different important metrics. You can decrease your bounce […]

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A content locker is a software or script (or for our purposes, a WordPress plugin) which you can use to lock up your content and keep it from your website’s […]

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Just like with using Excel, a statistical table in WordPress can be an effective way to display comparative data to your readers. You can create a table in your graphics […]

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I just discovered that one of my older domains which I scarcely use anymore but still receives trickles of traffic every so often and with it a handful of affiliate […]

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Admittedly one of the greatest deterrents keeping the average person from setting up a website is how complex it seems. In the past I have put together a site and […]

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WordPress SEO03/08/12

 

I’ve talked at length about how I use WordPress in the past. WordPress, for those who don’t know, is a free content management/database software which (after it’s installed in 5 […]

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