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Exploring Data Reliability Within WordPress

Site reliability is generally talked about less often than other performance indicators, like page speed. With many web hosts offering multiple 9’s of guaranteed uptime, it’s become less of a ‘hot’ topic and more of the norm that your site will be…
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9 Advanced Uses for Gravity Forms in WordPress

Regardless of what kind of website you run, forms can be very useful. They’re a simple and efficient way to build your email subscriber list, collect user feedback, enable customers to get in touch, and more. The first step to using them…
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How to Prepare a WordPress Site for Your Vacation

It's winter time, and for most of us that means we want to escape. Maybe you booked a trip somewhere warm, or maybe you're too nervous to leave work behind, so year after year you just stay local and burn out. Either…
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Common WordPress Login Errors and What to Do About Them

Sometimes I worry we spend so much time focusing on external sources that could potentially harm our sites that we forget that we too can cause problems for ourselves. Take, for instance, the WordPress login page. It's such a simple thing, isn't…
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9 Tools You Should Be Using In Your Plugin Development

As web technology rapidly (and constantly) advances, it's important to learn how to use modern technology to keep up with your rival developers, or risk losing out on much-needed work. While there's a little bit of a learning curve for every new…
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The Guide to Creating Custom Shortcodes in WordPress

WordPress Shortcodes are nothing new. In fact, they've been around since version 2.5. Acting like macros, shortcodes are used to 1) reduce the amount of code you need to write; 2) simplify the usage of plugins, themes, and other functions. WordPress comes…
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