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    August 2011

    [InfoGraphic] 12 Must have WordPress plugins

    August 31, 2011
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    Some time back I shared 30 must have WordPress plugins that we use on WordPress but that is personalized list and not a universal list. Here is a cool infographic showing 12 Must have WordPress plugins for any WP blog. List includes almost all popular plugins that every WordPress blog should have. Credit for this useful infogrpahic goes to WpJedi.Here are the popular plugins which are mentioned in the infographic Cache plugin: W3 total cache ...

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    How to add Sticky Bar similar to Shoutmeloud on BlogSpot & WordPress?

    August 31, 2011
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    I’ve been receiving quite a lot of emails wherein people asked for the codes that is used to run the sticky bar on Shoutmeloud. If you are wondering what a sticky bar is, then scroll to the top of this page and look out for a red bar with blinking text. That’s called a sticky bar which is used to display useful information to the user – widely used to display the most popular article ...

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    Is your Website Blacklisted?

    August 30, 2011
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    Today every one of us is aware of the fact that Web Stream is full of threats either it be a simple email spam or a malicious software.  These Viruses spread all over the Internet through injecting codes into the domains or script’s front end. So beware, but sometimes there is a malicious software on your website and you don’t know about this. This may lead to blacklist your site in some network. Obviously this ...

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    5 New Twitter Tools To Increase Your Credibility

    August 29, 2011
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    It is very important to stay active as far as social networking sites are concerned – especially on Facebook and Twitter, those which are well established and proven to drive enormous amount of traffic to blogs. Mentioned below are few new tools which I feel, might help you to stay pro active and productive on Twitter with little manual intervention, thereby providing you enough time to work on your content. Nurph

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    Facebook Testing New Feature: Ticker

    August 29, 2011
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    Have you recently logged in to your Facebook account and noticed something new on the right hand side of your page. If you haven’t, then you might pretty soon. Mark Zuckerberg is always testing new features without even letting the public know about it. It’s not like they secretly test it either, as the things are almost every time done live. It was only recently that they announced about the new Privacy and Sharing features ...

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    What Online Billing Applications Can Do For Any Growing Business?

    August 27, 2011
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    The significance of internet technology cannot be denied. The awareness to the tasks that can be easily and smoothly performed through this medium is well known. Many companies have came to realize the fact that utilizing this medium for transactions, transfers and data management is the most convenient way of dealing. Now the new buzz word is that of paperless billing or e-billing enabled my many corporate, companies and organizations. It is regardless of the ...

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    WordPress sites using Timthumb.php is Prone to Hacking [Almost Every Themes]

    August 25, 2011
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    Today one of my Client pinged me and told me that he is unable to login to his Wp-admin. His wp-admin was giving some error as mentioned below: “warning: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by (output started at /home/stony/public_html/wp-settings.php:748) in /home/stony/public_html/wp-includes/pluggable.php on line 868” When I logged into client site via FTP, I see some of the files were modified and some weird php files were added. The first weird code was ...

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    How to Show Thumbnail for Partial feed in WordPress

    August 25, 2011
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    In the past I talked a lot about Partial feed (Summery feed) and why you should have Partial feed. As it is, if you have read why images are important for blog, you would understand that it helps in increasing CTR. Though when you convert your complete feed into Partial feed, you will notice that Feedburner, Google reader, Facebook and other services won’t show any image for post. Specially after implementing partial feed, I noticed ...

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