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What Is The Loop?

Posted on Oct 29 2014 by Rob C. in Software Tutorials WP-Attract-Tutorials 

In WordPress, there is a thing called The Loop. The Loop can be quite complex, but in reality, it is just a fancy way of describing how the content on your page is cycled. You may have noticed that posts and content on WordPress are organized by Tags, Categories, and other variables such as Date…


WordPress 4.0 Version Update

Posted on Oct 11 2014 by Rob C. in Blogs and Blogging Tutorials 

Many WordPress users are still trying to get their head around what the new “Benny” system is all about. First of all, “Benny” was named after the famous jazz clarinetist and bandleader Benny Goodman, who you can learn more about on youtube or wikipedia. The system itself is more of a patch update than anything…


How to Disable WordPress Comments and Use a Different Comment System

Posted on Sep 18 2014 by Rob C. in Plugins Tutorials 

Are you satisfied with the default comment system used by WordPress? For many WordPress users the answer is no and luckily there are a variety of alternatives to using WordPress comments on your blog or business website. Whether you are looking for a complete replacement for allowing comments on your blog or simply want to…


Translate a WordPress Theme in 3 Easy Steps

Posted on Sep 30 2010 by Alistair Barnett in Tutorials 

Lately, more and more people are asking us how to translate a WordPress theme into a language other than English. And with an estimated 2 billion people now online, it’s no wonder. Fortunately, it’s a fairly straightforward process, and I’ve boiled it down into 3 simple steps. This tutorial assumes the WordPress theme to be…


How to Fix Your WordPress Site If It Gets Hacked (Part Three)

Posted on Jun 22 2010 by Alistair Barnett in Tutorials WordPress 

PART III: Plugins to Make Your Life Easier Below is a list of plugins that I have used to harden WordPress (and make my life easier). In no particular order, they are: WP Security Scan – Scans your WordPress installation for security vulnerabilities and suggests corrective actions. 1. passwords 2. file permissions 3. database security…


How to Fix Your WordPress Site If It Gets Hacked (Part Two)

Posted on Jun 22 2010 by Alistair Barnett in Tutorials WordPress 

PART II: Database Modification and WP Admin If you’re reading this, I can empathize. It’s really a downer when you’ve realized that your database has been compromised, but hopefully we can get things working right again.

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