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Security Tweaks to Make WordPress More Secure These are fairly simple to do, and it’s definitely worth to take the time to get them done. Thanks +TechRepublic for the article! p.s In the article it mentioned adding a line of code to functions.php to remove any login error message. This is the functions.php that’s in
Since I’ve been writing a lot on Tumblr, most of the times the same content that I write on my blog, I thought there has to be a way to post to both places at the same time… And there is! The solution to my problem is Tumblrize, a WordPress plugin that crossposts all my
Get More Traffic to Your WordPress Site With Update Services A ping automatically notifies social bookmarking sites, search engines, RSS Feeds and blog directories every time you update your blog. There's a quick tutorial on how to use WordPress's built-in Update Services function to send pings to multiple update services (to notify them) each time
I just found this interesting WP plugin (http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/g-crossposting/) that cross posts from G+ to my website… Let’s try it out to see if it works or not! WordPress › Google+ Crossposting « WordPress Plugins Google+ Crossposting. Imports your public Google+ activities in your WordPress blog. Download Version 1.0.1. Description; Installation; FAQ; Screenshots; Changelog; Stats. This
Have you heard? WordPress 3.3 is coming soon! Here are some exciting new features included in the release… 5 Most Exciting New Features of WordPress 3.3 | Template Monster Blog Responsive layout, improved admin panel and bunch of other great features are waiting for you in the new release of WordPress 3.3. Check out the
Make WordPress More Secure Make WordPress More Secure If you want to keep your WordPress blog safe from intrusion two ways to eliminate basic attacks are to move your wp-config.php file up one directory to a non-public area and to delete the admin user a… This was posted on Google+…