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So you've installed WordPress, now what?
I love WordPress so much that you’ll often find me making child themes with it, but we’ve also been together long enough that I can tell you it’s not perfect. There are some things that I wish W …
How to install WordPress locally for testing, learning, and development
In this tutorial, we're going to setup a WordPress local install on your computer (laptop or desktop) to help you develop better themes, plugins, and test WordPress outside a live web environment. …
How to hack a WordPress website, 8 ways to hack (or protect) your website
A practical guide to WordPress by learning how to Hack wordPress and implementing security processes to avoid having your WordPress website hacked.
How to backup (or migrate) your WordPress website
A few months ago, I crashed a MacBook Pro and lost everything I owned. It was tragic, but luckily I had a backup from a week earlier and the crisis was avoided. The same can't be said about the avera …
Move your WordPress website without accessing the MySQL server
Sometimes the simplicity of WordPress leaves me in amazement, I’ve been migrating WordPress websites for five years at least, but I’d always struggled on how to update the siteurl and home var …
What is a site specific plugin file?
A site specific plugin is WordPress plugin, created for a specific website. It can store any number of functions related to a specific website, and generally affects the content or functionality o …
How to create a site specific plugin in WordPress
WP Beginner recently had a simple tutorial on how to diable the XML-RPC in WordPress, as @nacin points out, it’ll be enabled by default in WordPress 3.5. Security wary website owners would be wise …
How to migrate URL’s from a newspaper website to WordPress
A look at how to migrate your website URL’s from an old newspaper CMS to WordPress without looking SEO values and ensuring visitors can find the content properly.
A custom sidebar for WordPress that works with posts too
OK, so last week I put up a nice bit of code that would like you add a custom sidebar based on your current category but there was a pretty big problem with it … the custom sidebar only worked while …