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    Moving WordPress: Moving Your Site From a Subdirectory to the Root DirectoryMoving wordpress
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    Sometimes you need to develop a WordPress site in a subdirectory and then move it to the root directory for launch. Here I'll show you how to do so in just five minutes.Read More…
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    Quick Tips to Boost Your WordPress Website's Speed: Further & Better OptimizationWordpress gears
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    In the previous article, we discussed the importance of speed in web and reviewed some basic tips on speeding up WordPress. In this article, we're going to go over five more tips.Read More…
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    Accessibility, Part 3: ARIAAccessibility
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    WAI-ARIA is a W3C protocol which improves your site's interaction with assistive technologies. In this part we look at how to implement it into your theme.Read More…
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    A Walkthrough on Conditional Tags in WordPress: 1 to 13Conditional tags featured image
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    In the first part of this series, we went through the fundamentals of Conditional Tags. And in this second part, we're going to start introducing and reviewing Conditional Tags.Read More…
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    Moving WordPress: Moving a Site Into a Multisite NetworkMoving wordpress
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    In the previous part of this series I showed you how to move a site out of a WordPress Multisite network. In this tutorial I'll show you the reverse—how to move a site into a Multisite network.Read More…
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    Quick Tips to Boost Your WordPress Website's SpeedWordpress gears
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    From the dawn of the internet, the notion of "speed" always has been important in terms of web development and design. In this two-part series, we're going to review some "quick tips" to make your WordPress website faster.Read More…
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    Accessibility, Part 2: PerceivableAccessibility
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    This principle states that all content must be in a format (or available on demand in a format) which can be readily perceived by the user. Said another way, your websites should be designed such that anyone can 'read' the content, regardless of any disability they may have.Read More…
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    A Walkthrough on Conditional Tags in WordPress: IntroductionConditional tags featured image
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    One of the most important strengths of WordPress is its extensibility. To create such a solid infrastructure, WordPress includes lots of handy sub-systems. One of them is "Conditional Tags", which allow our code to function differently in particular situations.Read More…
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    Moving WordPress: Moving a Site Out of a Multisite NetworkMoving wordpress
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    In the previous part of this series on moving WordPress, I showed you how to move a Multisite Network. But what if you just want to move one site out of a network? Here's how.Read More…
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    Using Page Templates in Your WordPress ThemePage templates featured image
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    In this tutorial you'll learn about page templates, probably the most effective way to spice up your pages' designs.Read More…
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    Accessibility, Part 1: IntroductionAccessibility
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    In this series we take a look at Web Content Accessibility Guidelines and what practical steps theme developers can take to make their theme more accessible.Read More…
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    Getting Started With Redux Framework, Part 2: Sections, Fields & Configuration SettingsThumb
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    This article helps you, the developer, to begin using Redux Framework in the most basic of ways: adding fields. In the past, working with Redux required some understanding of PHP Classes and how they work. With Redux 3.5+ the learning curve has all but disappeared. In this tutorial, we will discuss the inner structure of Redux, how fields and sections work, and global configuration arguments.Read More…
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