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  • WordPress
    Hosting Your Website After DeathPreview partone
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    Want to host your WordPress site for a hundred years? It's an impossibly difficult undertaking. Let's explore the gaps technologists have left themselves in planning our digital legacy.Read More…
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    Accelerate Your Content Delivery With KeyCDNPreview
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    Speed up your website or WordPress site with KeyCDN. Fast, simple, affordable and reliable, it's an ideal CDN for newbies or experienced system administrators. I decided to switch after researching this piece.Read More…
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    Pagely Review: Fine-Tuned Managed WordPress Hosting Preview image
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    Managed WordPress hosting has exploded in the past couple of years, but the concept of hosting specifically optimized for running WordPress sites was pioneered by just a few companies. Pagely was one of those forerunners back in 2006 as the first ever managed WordPress platform, and in this article, we're going to take a look at what they have to offer and what still sets them apart from other managed WordPress hosting solutions nearly a decade later.Read More…
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    Installing WordPress in the Amazon CloudCloud
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    This guide will provide you a detailed, step by step approach to setting up your WordPress blog at AWS in a high performance, economical fashion using an AWS micro (or small) instance running on Apache. A follow up tutorial covers how to optimize its performance with Varnish Cache and the W3 Total Cache plugin. Using these approaches, I've successfully run my own site in the Amazon cloud for the past two years and survived many mentions on Slashdot, BoingBoing and other high traffic sites.Read More…
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    Modern WordPress Workflow for Professionals: RationaleVagrant logo 400
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    Here on Wptuts+ we've covered a number of different workflows that people use when developing for WordPress. WAMP on Windows, MAMP on Mac, or XAMPP for either. Today we're going to explain some of the problems with these methods, and show you a new approach.Read More…
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    How to Break a WordPress Install (And Fix It Again)Preview.1
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    WordPress is pretty powerful but, sometimes, even this robust CMS can fall victim to humans fiddling with the settings and breaking it. This tutorial and screencast looks at the most common way to break WordPress and what you can do about it.Read More…
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    WordPress Development and Deployment With MAMP, Git and DropboxTutorial logo
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    Nowadays in order to be a freelance WordPress developer you often need to develop simultaneously several WordPress sites for different clients. Here's how.Read More…
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    Instant WordPress Development With WAMPRequired
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    Speed up WordPress development by combining WordPress with WAMP. This tutorial will show you how to add a direct WordPress install of the latest version from within the WampServer. This will cut down on development time as well as supply you with a new fresh version of WordPress and a database all in one shot. The WordPress script was created by "Ohad Raz from Bainternet", if you have a chance you should check out all of the plugins and scripts that he has written for WordPress. Just to list a few, Options panel, Shortcodes UI, Simple QR codes and of course the Simple WordPress Auto Installer.Read More…
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    Connecting a WordPress Domain to Google AppsGoogle site verificaion preview
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    At WP Engine, we are often asked for email hosting recommendations. Unless it’s an enterprise client with hundreds or thousands of accounts, we recommend Google Apps for email. Gmail has done email so well that it doesn’t make sense to get email anywhere else, especially when gmail is free. This tutorial will help you set up Gmail for a unique domain name for your business, blog, or whatever you’ve built on WordPress: yourname@yourdomain.com.Read More…
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    Optimizing WordPress Loading Speed With header.php & .htaccessSpeed preview
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    Website loading speed matters a lot for every blog/website, especially for people with shared hosting – which is the cheapest available hosting service. Here are a few .htaccess and header.php tricks to increase your website loading speed by 50-70%Read More…
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    Activating Ludicrous Speed: Combine CloudFlare With a CDN on Your BlogPreview
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    If you're trying to speed up your blog, you've probably used techniques such as optimizing your images, getting rid of unnecessary plugins and scripts, and minifying your CSS and JavaScript. However, optimizing the content on your local server can only go so far. The next step in the blog speed game is taking advantage of Content Delivery Networks (CDNs).Read More…
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    Using wp-cli for Fun and ProfitPreview image
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    See how you can perform common WordPress tasks faster or even automate them by using the power of bash.Read More…
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