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    How to Setup MAXCDN With Wp Super Cache Plugin

    August 3, 2012
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    Every time we talk about speeding up WordPress blog, one of the most recommended tip is to setup CDN on your blog. Setting up CDN for the first time sounds like a rocket-science but in real, you can easily set up MAXCDN within minutes of work. Here I’m sharing a quick guide on how you can setup MAXCDN with Wp super cache Plugin. MaxCDN  is one of the recognized and most popular CDN service. They ...

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    How to Move WordPress Site to New Host: Zero Downtime

    June 7, 2012
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    When ever I talked about WordPress hosting, I always mentioned that WordPress is memory hogging CMS and you should always go for a Webhosting which is optimized for WordPress hosting. One of my WordPress client, wanted to move WordPress blog from Dreamhost to Hostgator, as Hostgator is one of the best alternative for Dreamhost. Here I will share the complete step by step tutorial to move WordPress site to a new host. In this case, Dreamhost uses ...

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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 Install WordPress Theme using Wp Dashboard or FTP

    November 17, 2011
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    We are extending our WordPress guide and here we are going to give you a complete guide on installing WordPress theme. Like WordPress plugin installation, WordPress themes can be installed from Dashboard or from FTP software. We will give you the guide for both the methods & before we move ahead, I would like you to read following guide, which will help you to get started with WordPress. How to Install WordPress on Hostgator How ...

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    How to Serve Images from a Sub-Domain [WordPress]

    October 24, 2011
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    We all know that Google started ranking website based on Page speed. Though the difference due to page speed could be as low as 1%, but it’s one of the part of Google SEO suggestion. In this post I’m going to share how you can host images in a sub-domain and server images to main blog. Also Read: How to Lazyload images to improve site loading speed. Earlier I shared how to use dropbox as ...

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    How to Integrate Google Page Speed with W3 Total Cache

    July 1, 2011
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    Earlier I wrote about How to configure W3 Total cache and also about Google Page speed. Latest version of W3 total cache allow you to integrate with Google page speed to see the performance of your site. Faster your site is, better it’s for search engine ranking. In this guide, I will be sharing how to enable Google page speed inside W3 total cache. I assume, you must have installed w3 Total cache plugin. In ...

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    WordPress Tags : What is it & How to Organize Them?

    May 27, 2011
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    When we talk about organizing a WordPress blog structure, Tags and categories plays major role. People who migrated from BlogSpot, they often get confused as BlogSpot only offers label. Today, I’m going to talk a little about WordPress tags, so that you can utilize it better and keep your blog structure clean. Read: Check out complete WordPress guide What are WordPress tags? Alright, let me start with hard way and understand tags and categories are entirely ...

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    How to Delete Custom Field value from WordPress Database

    May 7, 2011
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    If your WordPress blog is old, probably you will notice lots of custom field meta_key in your WordPress custom field option. The problem with this is that you will see lots of unused custom field values which is added by some old theme or by plugin which you used long time back. Here is a screenshot of ShoutMeLoud custom field which has lots of custom value and many of them are because of old theme ...

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