How to create Responsive Tables inside WordPress

HTML tables are a great thing to showcase data in a simple tabular form. Over the years with incorporation of divs and css, tables has become mostly obsolete in terms of designing websites. But it is still a very useful thing when you need to showcase a bunch of data […]

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Should you use a CDN with your WordPress site?

Within the webmaster community there are a always lots of myth floating around the internet. So when a non-technical person is thinking about starting his new business-website or blog, he reads these myths and hopes that it will makes his site lightning fast. But the reality is way different than what […]

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5 Ways to Make Default WordPress Comments Better

5 Ways to Make Default WordPress Comments Better

A few weeks back I wrote an article about 7 reasons to avoid Disqus & similar 3rd party commenting system, pointing out all the flaws and problem that you might have to face if you stick with these commenting system and sometime there is even no way of coming back […]

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10 Tips to Protect WordPress site from Hackers

Back in 2003 when WordPress was developed by Matt Mullenweg it was meant to be an easy to use platform for bloggers to share their thoughts over internet. But the easy to use interface and extreme scalability of the program got attention of a lot of webmasters around the world […]

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Advantages of WordPress Multisite & How to create one

As many of my daily readers know that my site is running on a WordPress Multisite Network platform for several years now. So, I get a lot of emails and tweets asking me why I use a WordPress Multisite over general WordPress installation. Is there any true benefit of having […]

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