FAQ or Frequently Asked Questions

FAQ or Frequently Asked Questions
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An excellent backup alternative

An excellent backup alternative
Working with websites for over 11 years now, I would have to say that the number one headache when dealing with customers is managing to convince them that they need to backup, backup and backup! The amount of times that we at Freshly Pressed have had to go to exorbitant lengths to recover lost files ...

WordPress Resources -6-

WordPress Resources -6-
1. WP Daily – Free Themes 2. An In-Depth Understanding of WordPress Hooks 3. Enhanced Pagination Design in WordPress Entries 4. Next and Previous Posts With Thumbnails 5. 5+ Ways to Add Google Analytics to WordPress 6. Front-End Author Listing And User Search For WordPress 7. QueryPosts.com – an alternative WordPress code reference 8. WordPress ...

WordPress Resources -5-

WordPress Resources -5-
1. 21 Free Premium WordPress Themes to Impress 2. In-depth tutorials and articles on WordPress 3. BEST Free WordPress Themes 2011 4. Developing Your First WordPress Theme 5. How to Add Featured Image Thumbnails to Your WordPress Theme 6. TransformationPowerTools 7. Secure uploads, upgrade and other directories with .htaccess 8. 150 Most Wanted WordPress Tips, ...

WordPress Resources -1-

WordPress Resources -1-
1. Include WordPress Template Files In Your Theme 2. WordPress Query Arguments 3. How to change the “posts” label to “articles” 4. Easy WordPress pagination without plugins 5. Protect your WordPress site with .htaccess 6. 10 Best HTML5 Audio Players 7. Useful WordPress Tools, Themes and Plugins 8. 20 Free and Premium WordPress Newspaper Themes ...

Post Revisions and Autosave

Post Revisions and Autosave
I am not sure of the exact version number as to when the post revisions and autosave feature was applied to WordPress, but it was some time ago now. I have to say from the outset, that it is not one of my favourite features as it seems to get in the way more than ...

User contact info – modify

User contact info - modify
For as long as I can remember, WordPress has had three social links included within the user profile section. These are ‘Aim’, ‘Yim’ and ‘Jabber’. Now, I am not saying these are not useful, but to be honest, in all my work with WordPress over the years – dealing with literally thousands of clients – ...