27 March 2013
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How To Remove The URL Field From WordPress Comments

Cut the URL field out of the WordPress comment form There are some WordPress sites where you may not want to include the URL field in the comment form. It’s not always necessary and spammers tend to use it to link to their spammy websites, which will be posted in your comments if you have […]


27 March 2013
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WordPress Security: Tackling Backdoors, Pharma Hacks and Redirects

Every now and then, a story pops up about a WordPress website being compromised. The reasons for such security issues can be many — ranging from a flawed plugin to an outdated version of WordPress or a Pharma attack. All said and done, if you are running a WordPress website, it becomes your task to […]


26 March 2013
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WordPress.org vs WordPress.com: A Definitive Guide For 2013

Today we’re going to tackle the age old question: WordPress.com or WordPress.org? If you’re new to the world of WordPress, you’ll need some information in order to get started with your own blog or website. Here’s what we’ll be covering in this comparison post: Differentiate between WordPress.org and WordPress.com Compare Differences in: Cost Freedoms and […]


26 March 2013
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Creating an Image-Based Archive Page: Getting Started

This entry is part 1 of 1 in the series Creating an Image-Based Archive Page Using images when displaying an archive listing in WordPress can be very powerful. It can increase the visual appeal of your archive pages and your site overall and it can help to illustrate what your site is all about. WordPress […]


25 March 2013
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Check Out the New Recommended Resources on Wptuts+

We’ve added a new page to the site, which will help WordPress pros grab top quality software, tools and services. It’s filled with our favorite WordPress resources. You can jump straight over to our Recommended Resources page here on Wptuts+ or read on for further information. Hand Picked Resources for WordPress Professionals Our Tuts+ editorial […]


23 March 2013
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7 Free, Modern Starter Frameworks for WordPress Designers

There are several ways how designers approach the process of creating custom WordPress-based websites and WordPress themes: one can start from scratch, writing the entire code “by hand”. This is the most time-consuming and, to the best of our knowledge, relatively rarely used method, one can take a ready-made WordPress theme (either free or premium) […]


23 March 2013
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Make WordPress Emails Pretty and Responsive With WPMUDEV’s New Plugin!

By default, WordPress’s emails are pretty ugly. No logo, header, or footer or any styling at all really. Wouldn’t it be nice to add your own branding to it? Make it look like an email someone actually wants to read — instead of looking like a dog’s breakfast of text. Not only that, but you […]


23 March 2013
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Leading Hosted WordPress Solutions: WP.com, Blog.com and RapidPress

WordPress is the world’s most popular CMS. However, apart from powering many self-hosted websites, WP is also used as a hosted solution. Need a quick free blog? Yes, this is where hosted WordPress offerings come into play! In this article, we shall be taking a look at four of the most popular hosted WordPress solution […]


22 March 2013
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Cross-Platform Sass and Compass in WordPress

I find it particularly interesting when other developers share their workflow tips and tricks. It can be very helpful to take a sneak-peak into somebody else’s development world and find out what tools they are using to make their own life easier. Well today I’m going to show you a portion of my own workflow […]


21 March 2013
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A Beginner’s Guide to Enqueuing jQuery

One of the best things about WordPress is its vibrant economy. For many users, it’s trivially easy to find themes to fit the design for which they’re aiming, or to find plugins that provide functionality that they want to introduce into their site. But how many of you – as developers or designers – have […]