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Improve Organization with WordPress Content Tabs

Poorly formatted, badly organized content is really off-putting to potential readers. If you want to organize your content more effectively, have you considered using tabs? Tabs are a great way to break down longer content into organized sections. This can make your…
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How To Create a Sticky Post in WordPress

By default, your newest articles are published at the top of your blog. With every new article published, your existing articles are pushed down a spot -- and eventually, off the front page completely. It can be disheartening when your best article…
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How to Protect WordPress from Brute Force Attacks

Today I want to help you bolster your website's security against the most common type of security breach: brute force attacks. The logic behind brute force attacks is simple: if I guess your username and password enough times, eventually I'll get them…
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Four Tips for Customizing the WordPress Admin

If you work with WordPress regularly, the WordPress admin will feel like a second home -- I know it does for me, at least. Although the default design, layout, and settings work exceptionally well, it's possible to make small tweaks to the…
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How to Build a WordPress Menu

Menus are an important component of any successful website. For a start, they add to a website's aesthetics, but most importantly, they help visitors to navigate your website. That's why you'll see most WordPress websites employing a menu at the top of…
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Choosing the Best Permalink Structure for WordPress

After first installing WordPress, it can be easy to get carried away with adding plugins and writing content. If you want to give yourself the best possible foundations for building a successful website, these things can wait. Before all that, you need…
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