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    How to Edit WordPress .htaccess File

    January 20, 2012
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    Earlier, I posted about WordPress .htaccess file and here I’m sharing a quick tutorial on how to edit WordPress. htaccess file. There are many methods which you can follow to do the same, here we will look into three of them: cPanel method, WordPress dashboard and using any FTP client from desktop. More over when you edit your WordPress permalink, you need to update your .htaccess file. If you are a self hosted WordPress user, ...

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    How to Migrate WordPress Hosting & Change Domain Name

    March 30, 2011
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    If you are a self hosted blogger for long, I’m sure you must have get into a situation where you have to migrate WordPress hosting many times. Personally, this blog ShoutMeLoud has been migrated many times from Dreamhost > Hostgator > Knownhost > Linode > Hostgator. Yah, in 3 year tenure of this Wp blog, that’a quite a change of Webhosting. Some, Webhosting offer dedicated support for migration of your Webhosting account and some of ...

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    Non Www version not Redirecting to Www version in WordPress [Solution]

    March 9, 2011
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    We all know that WordPress is a SEO friendly Blogging platform . One thing which WordPress takes care of intelligently is by directing non www to Www version or vice versa, depending upon your settings under general tab. I have my settings set to direct non www version of site to Www & this happens automatically. (WordPress handles it). Now here is a bug which I have spotted couple of days back that after updating ...

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    How to Create WordPress .Htaccess File

    January 8, 2010
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    WordPress being a self hosted Blog, you get the flexibility to play with root folder. Today I’m going to talk about WordPress .htaccess file which is an important file for many reasons. You can set many security settings using Wp .htaccess file, add rules for redirection, block bots, secure your blog from spammers and many more. Though, many Wp users who are hosting their own blog are still not aware of .htaccess file and how ...

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    How to Enable Super Cache WordPress plugin

    June 24, 2009
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    Few days back We talked about WP-Super cache plugin. Wp-Super cache is must have plugin for any wordpress blog on Shared hosting. WP-Super cache plugin is very useful to face the Digg effect. Digg effect is when any of your blog post hits the Front page of Digg, you will get huge traffic spike. A Normal Shared hosting is not capable of facing such huge traffic, to make them capable of face such situation, you ...

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    How to access Website Stats in Dreamhost

    June 22, 2009
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    Shoutmeloud is hosted on Dreamhost  and it offers some great feature within it’s custom panel and one of them is stats feature. Almost every web hosting account comes with a stats monitoring service. In   Dreamhost if you are using WordPress or Joomla you need to make few changes in your .htaccess file to access stats. Your domain stats can be access via http://domain.com/stats To access your .htaccess file you need to use either any web ...

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    Block Visitors From Specific IP Address Using .htaccess method

    June 6, 2009
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    We have already covered some interesting topics on wordpress .htaccess hacks. How to edit wordpress .htaccess file How to avoid spam comments in wordpress using .htaccess method How to redirect wordpress default rss feeds to feedburner using .htaccess method This post can be used for wordpress or for any website, by editing your .htaccess file. If you are not familiar with .htaccess file, refer to above mentioned post or get in touch with your hosting ...

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    How to redirect wordpress default RSS feeds to feedburner without any plugin

    May 12, 2009
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    By the number of posts I’m writing these days on WordPress, you can easily figure out that I’m a fan of wordpress. Obviously I’m because it made my life much easier and it’s probably wordpress that I have decided to work as a professional blogger. And If you are familiar with RSS feeds, Shoutmeloud recommend feed demon as your feed reader. Feeds are great way to boost your blog popularity and make them reachable to ...

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