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  • WordPress
    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…
  • Reviews
    Coding With KodingCoding with koding retina preview
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    Cloud IDEs have been around for a little while now, and they have been pretty good for things like pair programming, or cases where you want to code consistently no matter where you are. Koding just came out of private beta, and they would like to take this notion a couple steps further, with their "cloud ecosystem". In this article we will take a look at what Koding is, as-well as some of the benefits you can get from using it.Read More…
  • Reviews
    A Guide on Using New Features of Jetpack 2.0Jetpack logo
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    Jetpack by WordPress.com is a brilliant plugin which allows you to activate some modules that are ready to use on WP.com blogs. And with its recent release (v2.0), they added several very useful modules. In this article, we're going to go through them.Read More…
  • Reviews
    A Complete Guide to Publishing WordPress Posts Using Windows Live WriterPreview
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    Ever thought of publishing your WordPress posts without logging into your account and with great formatting? Yes, that is possible with the use of the free tool from Microsoft named Windows Live Writer. Let us explore the tool in depth and as an extension of WordPress.Read More…
  • Reviews
    Coda 2: Reviewed200x200
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    Well, it happened; Panic finally released the long-awaited version two of their popular code editor, Coda. But does it live up to the hype? Well, that depends on what type of coder you are. Read the full review after the jump!Read More…
  • Reviews
    Drop the Desktop! Blog From Your Favorite Post-PC Device: Your iPadDp
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    A look at the pros and cons of blogging from your favourite post-PC device: your iPad. In this article I will take you through what I have learned from using the iPad to blog for a whole week.Read More…
  • Reviews
    Review: Construct 2, a Drag and Drop HTML5 Game MakerScirra construct 2 review
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    Construct 2 is an HTML5 game making tool that doesn't require any programming knowledge. You just drag and drop items around, add behaviors to them, and make them come alive with "events". In this review I will see what Construct 2 is capable of, from my perspective as a Flash game developer. Read the review to see whether or not this tool will serve the purpose of getting my games on more platforms!Read More…
  • General
    How To Change Your WordPress Publishing Workflow For The BetterPreview
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    Running a blog has never been easier. Running a blog well is still a difficult task. Working with a team of people on a blog increases the challenge, so anything that makes that challenge a bit easier should be given a chance to show you its wares. Read More…
  • General
    Using DISQUS Comments for Social Commenting on Your WordPress SiteDisqus
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    DISQUS powers the comments system of many blogs, include some high-profile ones. DISQUS has a range of advantages, including better spam prevention and better user happiness from the need for only a single, universal login that can be used across all the sites that use DISQUS. Today, we're going to take a look at the advantages and disadvantages of DISQUS, how to use it with WordPress (spoiler: it's incredibly simple) and even some basic customization with CSS.Read More…
  • General
    14 WordPress Plugins For SEO And MarketingSeo thumb
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    As a web developer, possibly the most common request I get from clients is that they want to be number one on Google. While this is not impossible, it's a pretty huge undertaking that will take months of very active work. However, if you just want your website to be more search engine friendly, well that's a different story, especially on WordPress. There are tons of plugins that will help you with both your SEO and SEM game. Let's take a look at some of my favorites.Read More…
  • Reviews
    Review: SmartMouth for Flash Makes Lip-Syncing SimplePreview
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    I'm neither an artist nor an animator, and yet I was able to lip-sync an audio track in next to no time, all thanks to SmartMouth by Justin Putney. This Flash Professional extension really impressed me with how quickly it was able to automate an otherwise extremely tedious task. Read on to see how it can make animating your cutscenes so much easier.Read More…
  • Reviews
    40+ Stunning Wordpress Portfolio Themes40 stunning wordpress themes
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    Wordpress is the most popular blogging and CMS platform out there. The vast amount of features and the flexibility it provides, one can create mind blowing themes for it. Here is a round up list of the most stunning WordPress themes, created specifically for displaying your design portfolio.Read More…
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