Install and test Beta versions of WordPress.
WordPress is constantly evolving. In between stable, full version releases, WordPress releases Alpha, Beta, and Nightly Builds on a continual basis.
While most people will only need to use the latest stable version, for some, being able to work …
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Add A Custom Favicon To Your Site.
The default favicon (short for “favorites icon”) that comes with WordPress is pretty generic and bland. Favicons included in most themes aren’t any better. If you want to have a professional looking site and stand out…
Watch the video and read the full article on how to Add A Favicon to your site.
Add a custom favicon to Genesis themes.
If you are using the Genesis Theme Framework, like we are, and don’t have a custom favicon you are missing out on a great branding opportunity for your site.
The Genesis theme’s default "G" favicon is to identify them and their brand, not you and yours. Fortunately, adding your own …
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How To Change Your Genesis Favicon Without A Plugin
Adding the nofollow tag to certain hyperlinks is good for SEO. Paid links, affiliate links, links within blogrolls and comments, links crediting images, etc., are all good examples of outbound external links that should be nofollowed.
Why using nofollow on certain links is a good idea?
Basically, using nofollow and dofollow tags…
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The jQuery SlideToggle function is used by websites, including internet giants like, Google, YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter, to hide and slide select content. Hiding content in this way gives pages a cleaner, less cluttered look, yet all of the information is still available to both your visitors and the search engines. It also allows visitors to engage and interact with your content in an easy and appealing way.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to use jQuery SlideToggle to expand/collapse WordPress post, or page, content. Like this …
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Collapse-O-Matic WordPress Plugin Video
Not so long ago, pinging your website to dozens of update services was common practice. Some people had 50 or more services they pinged to. But, those days are long gone!
In 2013, and beyond, less is more in the pinging department.
By default, WordPress has only one site listed within its Update Services area – Ping-O-Matic. And, in our opinion, that…
Read the full article to learn how to Ping your site properly.
XML-RPC, WordPress’s Remote Publishing interface, has had major security issues in the past. Because of this it was turned off by default and required users to manually enable it via Settings » Writing » Remote Publishing.
But, no longer. The folks behind the XML-RPC protocol have made…
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