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    Using New Relic to Monitor WordPress PerformanceNew relic
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    If you arrived here from the Optimizing WordPress with Varnish and W3 Total Cache tutorial, you already have a pretty well optimized WordPress installation. If not, you may want to go back and review our guide to Varnish and W3TC. We're going to show you how to use New Relic's free server monitoring to see within your WordPress and PHP stack.Read More…
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    Configuring W3 Total Cache: General Settings IIWpconfigtips
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    We covered half of the General Settings in last article. Let's move forward to configure the remaining options offered by W3TC. In this article, you will get to know about the Database Cache, Object Cache, Browser Cache, CDN and other settings.Read More…
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    iThemes Exchange: Payment Gateways, Shipping and CouponsExchange logo
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    When taking payments on a website, regardless of whether that payment is taken on your website or on a third party website, it's a good idea to have an SSL certificate. You can read more about setting up SSL in WordPress in a recent tutorial. In this part of the series, we're going to dive in to setting up payment, shipping and coupons for your Exchange eCommerce store.Read More…
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    Creating a Custom WordPress Registration Form PluginRegistration
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    Out-of-the-box, WordPress provides a custom registration form that can be used to setup a new user, or to add a new user when adding them to an existing WordPress installation. But what if you want to implement a custom registration form that does not render the options in the WordPress Dashboard?Read More…
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    Creating Maintainable WordPress Meta Boxes: The LayoutMaintainable meta boxes 1
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    In the first post, we looked at the initial directory structure and setup the basic code required to get a plugin running in WordPress. In this post, we're going to continue planning and building our plugin. We'll also be talking about the decisions that we're making when it comes to separating parts of our code and how it factors into maintainability.Read More…
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    iThemes Exchange: Adding ProductsExchange logo
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    Almost every eCommerce website will need to add, edit, and delete products. Throughout the series, we've been taking a look at iTheme Exchange and in this article, I will show you how to add, edit, and delete both physical and digital products in iThemes Exchange.Read More…
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    Avoiding the XY Problem for Support Providers Xy
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    The XY problem, when someone asks about Y, a possible solution to problem X, instead of their actual problem can be a real impediment for support providers to meet their needs of their users. When you know a user's goals you ensure that you're giving them the right answer and make it more likely that your product will live up to its promise.Read More…
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    Configuring W3 Total Cache: General Settings IWpconfigtips
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    In our last introductory article, I told you all about the importance of using W3TC plugin. Let's start configuring it today. We will cover half of the general settings in this tutorial in which Page Cache & Minification are two important ones.Read More…
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    Getting Started With Easy Digital DownloadsBrowserpreview tmp
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    One of the most effective ways to generate a sustainable online income is by creating and selling your own digital products. Personally, being a freelancer, I'm a huge fan of using the strength of the community and social media following to sell products like eBooks, training courses, designs etc. Over the years, I've tried different digital selling services to manage my product sales – most of them, paid. However, the one service that, despite being free to use, greatly impressed me was Easy Digital Downloads. They couldn't have named it better. With over 250,000 downloads, it is one of the most popular and most frequently used WordPress eCommerce plugins around right now.Read More…
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    How To Make Your Theme Multilingual and WooCommerce CompatibleTutsplus preview
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    Learn The Top 7 Best Practices to Make Your Theme Multilingual and WooCommerce Compatible, and Get Ready for the WordPress Internationalization Improvements.Read More…
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    A WordPress Development Process Using Sass and CompassSass
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    In this article, we're going to take a look at how to use Sass and Compass in our WordPress theme development process. We will structure our theme stylesheets in SMACSS fashion and will leverage the power of Compass to generate image sprites for both retina and non-retina devices. Note that this article is not an introduction to Sass; however, if you are a beginner, still feel free to follow along.Read More…
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    A Practical Use of WordPress Global Variables1
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    In the first article in this series, we reviewed an introduction to WordPress global variables. Specifically, we said that they are variables that hold a variety information that can be accessed from anywhere in the WordPress page lifecycle. We learned how to access a global variable and display various details about the latest post using the $post global variable. In today’s article, we will dive further into global variables by learning how to access them to display the author information.Read More…
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