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WordPress is an open source content management system running on PHP and MySQL often used as a blog engine. There is a WordPress StackExchange at http://wordpress.stackexchange.com/: if your question is related to WordPress but not webmastery, then your should ask it over there.

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http://www.amember.com/ is a great option which integrates with WordPress to create a membership website. …
answered May 18 '12 by Anagio
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You have two options to set the post as a Draft or delete the post, then you can always bring it back from the trash. This wont hurt your SEO that much it'll throw a 404 while it's away but once back …
answered Mar 7 '12 by Anagio
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I would check out WooCommerce from WooThemes it's a great ecommerce plugin from IMHO the best WordPress theme developers …
answered Mar 24 '12 by Anagio
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You can write a program using http://code.google.com/p/dompdf/ make a button working off a click event. But i'm guessing you want to click a button already made some where to convert your pages to PDF …
answered Oct 16 '12 by Anagio
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. The latest version of WordPress also includes I believe index files for folders in case you have world readable folders. How do you plan to handle your wp-content folders? I would suggest you …
answered May 26 '12 by Anagio
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Well tag pages in WordPress for example are usually indexed. I'm not sure what application you are running but I would check to see if those tag pages are indexed. Go into your analytics and see what …
answered Mar 21 '12 by Anagio
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Your concerns are valid, in the last year some of the largest hosting providers were hit by DDoS attacks targeting WordPress. One was a botnet brute forcing logins on wp-login.php. It was around … running WordPress. This lasted for a few just under 24hs. The same attack could affect Joomla or any other site with a login form for that matter. A great plugin for WordPress is http://wordpress.org …
answered Sep 6 '13 by Anagio
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WordPress has a built in function to determine the current site ID, this is a better method than checking the URL of the referrer as it'll get the same blog ID used to display posts and other …
answered Oct 19 '12 by Anagio
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I see your ad's showing on your home page. I would do a Control R refresh or F5 to clear you cache. Check in a private browser or from another device.
answered Jul 21 '14 by Anagio
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You should install WordPress SEO by Yoast, setup a default Title, and Description so that the pages with only an image still have the minimal amount of content preferred by the search engines to try and decide where your pages will rank. You can also set an alt attribute for your images …
answered Mar 20 '12 by Anagio
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code. After you remove the malicious code from main.php and you have checked index.php, search all your files for the malicious code, once cleaned update WordPress to the latest version, update your template, and update all the plugins. …
answered Mar 23 '12 by Anagio
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This is a good plugin to minify your CSS, JS, and HTML http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/w3-total-cache/ Also look for common jQuery on http://www.cdnjs.com which is a free CDN for common jQuery fi …
answered Jul 4 '12 by Anagio
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I use addthis.com on sites and I make sure to put the javascript near the bottom of the page since it's not too important to have that file loading earlier. Try moving your js to the footer. Consideri …
answered Dec 9 '12 by Anagio
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A better program in my opinion to check links is Xenu link sleuth. Try it against your site. From the time Google crawled your site showing those URL's have you deactivated or uninstalled any plugins? …
answered Sep 6 '13 by Anagio
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WordPress multisite uses wild card sub-domains. The problem is your application isn't integrated with WorPress. So anyone accessing the ~/my-app/ folder will see it's contents, and WordPress isn't … going to stop them simply because it's a sub-folder in your WordPress installation. Restricting access to only blog1 you'll need to Your application should use require('wp-blog-header.php'); in it's …
answered Oct 7 '13 by Anagio

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