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WP Roller: Create Custom WordPress Installation with Plugins & Themes

We have various ways to install WordPress, like we can download the official .zip WordPress installation file, and install WordPress manually. Hosting companies like Bluehost or Hostgator, offer one click WordPress installation with the help of scripts. One  common thing after installing WordPress is, we need to install essential WordPress plugins. By default WordPress comes packed [...]

WordPress Sites Under Brute Force Attack

WordPress is one of the most widely used blogging platform, and right now it's under brute force attack via a large botnet. In a recent post Matt Mullenweg posted about the recent attack on WordPress sites. This is a botnet attack, and is performing brute force attack using default WordPress login (admin). Let me first [...]

8 Essential Settings after Installing WordPress

This is the part of our learn WordPress series and in this post you will learn how to set up WordPress after fresh installation. So far you have learned: Difference between WordPress.com and Self hosted WordPress How to buy Webhosting and domain for WordPress Blog How to install WordPress blog on Bluehost hosting. Now the [...]

How To Install WordPress Locally Using WAMP

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 [...]

How to Redirect WordPress Images to Sub-Domain for Faster Loading

We all know, loading of a website matters a lot for great user-experience, and for search engine ranking. There are many CDN network (MAXCDN, Cloudflare), which will let you setup content delivery network, and speed up loading time of your website. Though, we can't achieve CDN like feature, with our own hosting, but we can [...]

How to Install WordPress Offline using XAMPP

Every Self-hosted Wordpress user wonders "If there was a way via which WordPress could be installed offline and all the themes could be tested and corrected as per the requirements offline?" Yes! of course there are hundreds of ways to do this, but most of them are time-consuming and aren't user friendly and it takes the [...]