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    CMS Commander Review – WordPress Bulk Management Service

    March 1, 2014
    CMSCommander Dashboard

    When we take our first baby step into the world of Blogging, we all start with one blog, and with time we grow from one to many blogs. As soon as we add a new blog in our network, one of the major concern we face is blog management. Creating a new WordPress blog is very easy and any experience person can launch a fully-functional blog in less than 5 hours but the hard part is ...

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    How WPEngine Hosting Helped Me To Recover ShoutMeLoud Blog

    October 5, 2013
    WPEngine Daily Backup Point

    If you have read my earlier experience of moving to WpEngine, I mentioned why I decided to pay $250/month for hosting. One of the best feature of WPEngine is, it takes a daily backup of users WordPress blog, and if anything goes wrong, you can restore it. Today, I was working on normal optimization of the blog, and I used WP-optimize plugin to optimize my database. As soon as I finished optimizing my database tables, and ...

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    Solution : Hostgator Temporary Places Block on Your Database

    September 18, 2013
    Hostgator Banned Database Accesss

    This is part of our question and answer series, and this question is from one of the Shouter Mohit related to Hostgator placing temporary block on the database. Here is exact Email Mohit received from Hostgator hosting: This message is to advise you of a temporary block placed on your database. The database was found to be consuming an inordinate amount of processor time, to the point of degrading overall system performance. While we do ...

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    Adminer : Access phpMyAdmin Inside WordPress Dashboard

    August 16, 2013
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    MySQL management is one of the essential part of WordPress management. Most of us (WordPress bloggers), don’t use it on day to day basis, or should I say we take help of plugins like WP-optimize, WP db-manager, to carry out few tasks like optimising database, taking backup of WordPress database. Though, at times it’s become necessary to login to your phpMyAdmin to do few stuff. For example, when you want to delete custom field from your ...

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    How to Create Database Manually on Bluehost Hosting

    July 23, 2013
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    When ever you are creating a WordPress blog or a database centric platform, creating database is one of the things that you need to do. Thanks to many auto-installer script, which does the job for you, but there are times when you need to manually create the database. The step to create database is quite simple on many webhosting which offers standard cPanel. Yesterday, I was migrating a WordPress blog from Godaddy to Bluehost, and to ...

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    How To Install WordPress Locally Using WAMP

    February 4, 2013
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    WordPress is a fun blogging software, and if you are one of those who like to try new things on your WordPress blog, it’s always a good idea to get a local installation of WordPress on your system. You can use it to try new WordPress plugin, making changes in your theme and many more task. Infact, if you have seen WordPress videos on my Youtube channel, you would notice all the videos are created ...

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    How to Automate WordPress Database Backup

    January 30, 2013
    WordPress database backup

    When ever I talk about WordPress security, I always mentioned how important it is to take timely backup of your blog. There are many tools like ManageWP, Vaultpress, which let you take complete backup of your WordPress blog, but in this case we are only looking at taking WordPress database backup. There are many plugins like Wp Db-backup, Wp Db-manager, which will quickly let you take backup of WordPress blog database. Out of all, I ...

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    Wp-Optimize Plugin: Optimize WordPress Database with Single Click

    January 20, 2013
    WordPress SEO friendly

    WordPress database optimization is one one of the essential task to keep your WordPress blog healthy. WordPress uses MySQL to create tables and database to store data. With time, you end up adding many redundant table data, database overhead in your database, and you should keep removing them to keep your database healthy. Along with this, WordPress features like post revisions, auto-draft also adds more into database size, and you should empty all such tables to keep ...

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