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  1. How to Add JavaScript on Every pages through Wordpress

    By Mostafa Mahmud tagged in Add,JavaScript,wordpress
    The most impressive part of WordPress is usually the easy custom-made features. It's possible to modify your current script and add JavaScript to every pages by simply transforming your layouts used in the WordPress templates. You should also reuse all these scripts by getting them on all of web pages.   If you wish to add JavaScript source code on every single webpages, you should to stick in the JavaScript item within the design template. This will be included in almost all your WordPress web site, just like the header...
  2. How to Choose the Best Web Hosting for your WordPress Site?

    Introduction With more than 60 million websites powered by WordPress hosting (WP), it is undoubtedly one of the most popular, versatile and powerful open source content management systems there is for blogging and websites today. A recent survey by W3techs reveals that 25.7% of all the websites on the internet run on this free and robust content management system. Having said that, it is very crucial where you host your WP site. Web hosting is one of the most vital aspects of building a successful website, and often the...
  3. How To Install WAMP Server On Windows

    By Shameer Mohamed tagged in install,Install WAMP,Screen,Server,WAMP,wamp server,Windows
    In this Tutorial you will learn now to install WAMP Server on a Windows Box. The acronym for WAMP stands for Windows, Apache, MySQL, PHP. Apache is the most important one in WAMP which is used to run the web server in Windows OS. MySQL is the database and PHP is the scripting language which is also included in this package. 1. Download and Install WAMP Server from  http://www.wampserver.com/en/ 2. Click on the...
  4. 5 Lightweight Drag and Drop WordPress Builder Plugins To SPEED UP Your Workflow

    WordPress had kick-started its web journey as an open-source blogging platform back in May 2003. Its super active community and high user experience (UX) evolved the WordPress to one of the most powerful and popular content management system (CMS) powering the 25% of the top 10 million websites seamlessly. As the popularity grows to full swing, non-technical webmasters are getting onboard every day. To allow those flocks of people a smooth website building experience and simultaneously was able to SPEED UP the workflow for developers. Drag and drop WordPress page builders plugins come in handy and time savers allowing...
  5. How To Process AJAX Request On WordPress - Part 2

    Introduction to AJAX Hello everyone, I’m back again. In my previous tutorial we looked at AJAX request processing. Now we’ll learn how to implement it with plugin development. In this tutorial we are going to make a plugin which will take an integer number as an input and then it will show the amount of posts from WordPress. The Skeleton First thing first. We need to make the plugin skeleton with the help of our previous tutorial. Here it is. /* Plugin Name: Test AJAX Plugin URI: https://rnaby.github.io Description: A WordPress plugin to test AJAX...
  6. How To Process AJAX Request On WordPress - Part 1

    AJAX Request Intro AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML)”. AJAX Request is used to fetch or insert data into your system without refreshing pages. AJAX is excellent for this job. Say we need to show some specific posts based on some real time input without refreshing our page. In this situation, we have to send an AJAX request to the server first and then it will return to us the array of posts as a .json data object, and then we can show the results on our site. Basically it's the JavaScript what does...
  7. How To Use Paragraphs And Line Breaks In WordPress

    The difference between paragraphs and line breaks: ...
  8. How to Secure Your WordPress Websites

    WordPress is by far the most popular CMS Content Management System used on the internet. 1 out of 6 websites use WordPress. In this tutorial you will learn how to secure your WordPress website but first lets go over some of the myths circling the interest about WordPress. Top 10 WordPress Security Myths Source: http://www.problogger.net/archives/2012/08/29/top-10-wordpress-security-myths/ Here are the myths: 1) WordPress is not secure. When there is security issue WordPress Developer team patch them quickly. so you always need to update to latest version. However, WordPress core is very secure. The most frequent causes...
  9. How To Set Up E-Commerce Using Wordpress

    By Tabitha tagged in ecommerce,wordpress
    Setting up an E-commerce site with Wordpress is a snap. Using the Woocommerce plugin allows you to start selling items using paypal or any of a large variety of payment gateways list here http://www.woothemes.com/product-category/woocommerce-extensions/payment-gateways/ Getting Started To get started, log in to your Wordpress dashboard. Go to Plugins Click on Add New In the search bar type in WooCommerce and then click search Under WooCommerce - excelling eCommerce click Install Now The plugin will be installed but...
  10. How To Harden Your WordPress Security

    Listed below are many changes that can be implemented on any host and will greatly increase the security of your wordpress installations. If your WordPress is already hacked, please send an e-mail to support@BIPmedia.com and we can assist you. Limit Read Access with SuPHP You must have the SuPHP module in apache installed to use this SuPHP allows you to run your processes as your User ID, which restricts access to files that only you should normally be able to access. This means that on a shared server, you can protect other...
  11. How To Disable Plugins In Wordpress

    By Yang Li tagged in Disable,phpmyadmin,wordpress plugins
    If you are unable to login to wordpress and are seeing an error similar to: *Warning*: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /home/example/public_html/wp-content/plugins/zopim-live-chat/accountconfig.php:20) in */home/example/public_html/wp-includes/pluggable.php* on line *1121* You may have a plugin that is preventing wordpress from functioning correctly. PHPMyAdmin Method It possible to disable a wordpress plugin by logging into phpmyadmin, selecting your wordpress table, which is usually your username followed by _wp1. For example, if your username was bob, your wordpress name might be bob_wp1 ...