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  • 4 Great WordPress Plugins That Can Help with Search Engine Marketing

    Here are a few plugins designers have created that can guide you the steps of optimizing WordPress websites for maximum search engine visibility.

  • 10 Tips for Creating a Responsive WordPress Site

    Here are ten tips to save you time and help you build a responsive WordPress site. Check out tools and methods to make the process easier!

  • The Process of Building WordPress Themes

    In this article you will learn how to build WordPress themes using an existing commercial theme. This saves you the time and effort necessary to build a template from scratch.

  • Iterating over WordPress Database Rows

    The wp_query class offers a standardized way to retrieve posts and their associated content, in the article we'll take a look at what kind of objects it can return and how to iterate over each of them.

  • Intro to WordPress Meta Boxes

    In WordPress, post information is edited within special components called meta boxes. Rob Gravelle explains how to customize standard WordPress meta boxes in a variety of ways.

  • 10 CSS Design Tips for WordPress

    In this article we look at ten different CSS tips for WordPress. Some of these are meant to be a part of a style sheet while others can be used on-the-fly in a given document.

  • 10 Steps to Create a Great Photoblog

    If you're a photographer, a traveller or both, sooner or later you'll want to have an accurate way of recording your journeys. A great way of doing that is to create a photoblog, which is a combination of images and text.

  • 10 Tips for Writing Code in WordPress Posts

    In this article we look at 10 tips for writing code in WordPress posts. Depending on the nature of your blog, there might be times when you want to use pieces of code (such as HTML, CSS, PHP, or JavaScript) within your posts. The challenge is to make the code appear as code without being executed.

  • How to Monetize Your WordPress Blog

    With WordPress being one of the most popular Content Management Systems, or CMS options on the planet, largely due to its ease of use, flexibility and the basic simplicity to monetize it, one of the many uses for WordPress includes eCommerce and its simple process to install and setup software to sell products and services. In this article we look at several ways for you to monetize your WordPress blog.

  • How to Create Lightbox Popups in WordPress

    In this article we look at Lightbox popups using a WordPress plugin and a AWeber, a popular autoresponder program.

  • Advanced WordPress Security

    There is no disputing the fact that WordPress is one of the worlds most popular CMSs on the web today. And often that type of popularity places a target on whatever it is creating the popularity. In this article we look at several ways of “hardening” your WordPress installation and making it even more difficult for hackers to breach your installation, knowing that no single solution will prevent an attack but the best security techniques will provide layers which will prevent your site from being hacked.

  • Display Secure Atom Feeds in WordPress

    As knowledge of possible cyber threats to feeds has become more widespread, feed broadcasters have taken the extra precaution of transmitting using the HTTPS protocol over a Secure Socket Layer (SSL). Rob Gravelle covers the steps required to subscribe to a secure Atom feed in WordPress using PHP's cURL utility.

  • The Building Process of WordPress Themes

    In this article you will learn how to build WordPress themes using an existing commercial theme. This saves you the time and effort necessary to build a template from scratch.

  • 10 Tips for Creating a Responsive WordPress Site

    In this article we’re going to look at ten different ways of building a responsive WordPress site. For some of you, nothing is more appealing than to build a site from scratch, but that’s not necessary unless you’re a hard-core programmer. Instead, we’ll look at tools and methods to make the process easier.

  • Essential Plugins for WordPress

    WordPress is a brilliant Content Management System, in fact it the single most popular CMS system in the world with a huge number of plugins and templates available for you to build just about any site you can imagine. This flexibility is one of the many items which make WordPress one of the best website development programs available, this article will highlight a few of the essential WordPress accessories for your site.

  • A Look at How to Install WordPress Automatically and By FTP

    In this article we visit the process of installing WordPress, automatically by using cPanel and manually, by using FTP (File Transfer Protocol).

  • 10 Ways to Speed Up Your WordPress Sites

    WordPress is one of the most popular CMS’s (Content Management Systems) available and is widely used by many users. Unfortunately, a large variety of those users don’t realize that a slow site can cost them, not only in performance but loss of viewers. Here are ten things you can do to speed up your WordPress site.

  • WPTouch Pro 3 Advanced Settings

    We’ve already taken an overview at WPTouch Pro, so today we’re going dig-in and look at some of the more advanced features that allow you customize the look and feel of this program.

  • Review: WPTouch for WordPress

    In this review we look at WPTouch Pro 3, a WordPress plugin which allows you to create a customized mobile site from within WordPress, using your existing layout as the source material.

  • How to Build a Sales Page with OptimizePress

    Nathan Segal shows you the basics of building a sales page with OptimizePress, a WordPress theme that enables you to create conversion optimized squeeze pages, sales letters, launch pages & more.

  • Building an OptimizePress Layout

    A squeeze page is a short page or overlay that comes up when you visit a website and it's purpose is to capture your attention. Discover the process of setting up a "squeeze page" in OptimizePress (which can be used a WordPress add-in).

  • An Inside Look at OptimizePress

    In previous articles we've looked at different forms of ecommerce for the web. Many of these have dealt with shopping carts designed for multiple products. In this case we're going to look at a different approach, that of using sales letters as a way of selling products. And to be effective a sales letter is best focused on one product at a time. It is possible to do more than that, though you need an experienced copywriter on hand to make sure your message doesn't become diluted.

  • Web Development for Android Devices: Mobile Joomla!

    While many developers are actively working on an Android app for their client or business, others are going the web app route by creating websites that look and act like apps when viewed on mobile clients. If you're already using the Joomla! CMS, the Mobile Joomla extension will do most of the work for you, as we will show you in this tutorial.

  • Using Templates to Build A WordPress Site

    Without a doubt, WordPress is my favorite CMS for building a web site, partly due to its ease of use and flexibility. Part of that flexibility comes from its ability to use templates for layout and design, and that's what we will discuss in this article.

  • Using Templates to Build a Joomla! Site

    In this article we'll explore the process of using templates in Joomla! and will provide you with an overview of some of the issues you'll encounter when installing Joomla! and setting up templates and extensions.

  • Developers Embrace Drupal and Microsoft Technology Synergy

    By combining Drupal with Microsoft technology, Microsoft and the Drupal Community have made using Drupal on Windows even easier, with all the features developers have come to expect.

  • Do-It-Yourself Social Network with Ning

    Ning is a Web application for building a social networking hub – one that can be private or shared. Point-and-click site building lets you quickly create a website without technical knowledge.

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