5 June 2013
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Get a Link Back to Your WordPress Site from Copy & Pasted Text

Did you know that copying and pasting makes up 82% of all content sharing on the web — 4.5 times more than social sharing buttons? That’s what advertising giant 33across/Tynt found in a study done at the end of last year. You may find that interesting. But so what? How can you use that information […]


5 June 2013
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The Ultimate Guide to Finding and Using Free Images On Your WordPress Site

Blog writing can involve a lot of blood, sweat and tears, unless you’re one of those magical people who can tap out an insightful post with inexplicable ease or some kind of deus ex machina intervention. Not only do you have to come up with a decent topic to write about, there’s also writing the […]


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 […]


8 March 2013
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DIY Truly Responsive Images on Your WordPress Website

Responsive Web Design is all the craze at the moment. Watching websites cascade into different layouts as you resize the browser can even be mesmerising. But there’s one facet of RWD that still remains a (properly) unsolved problem. Responsive Images. If you simply use CSS’s max-width: 100%; attribute, mobile sites will still be downloading full […]