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Why You Should Use JavaScript in your WordPress Posts and Themes?

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Why You Should Use JavaScript in Your WordPress Posts and Themes

JavaScript is a computer language that has been around for a very long time. It is a way to create interactive effects on a website. If you are familiar with “old school web design,” then you had to load code that was associated with a file that was uploaded to your website directory if you wanted the effect within that file to display on the website. This is something that you can do on your WordPress website, but there are some tricks to it.

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How to protect your WordPress website from unauthorized access?

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How to protect your wordPress website from unauthorised access

In this digital revolution world, Information is transferred from one system to another in the form of 0’s and 1’s or you can say in Binary form. The wireless medium of transmission is so popular that more than 90% people in the world use it in on a daily basis. Therefore, It is necessary to secure the information from intruders and the crackers which are present in each and every corner of the internet.

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Creating an Inbound Marketing Plan for Your Blog

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Creating an Inbound Marketing Plan for Your Blog

Inbound marketing is the practice of marketing your business with podcasts, videos, newsletters, eBooks, SEO, pay-per-click ads, white papers, social media marketing, social bookmarking, content marketing, and anything that can reach potential customers and entice them to move through the sales funnel. Even blogs can be used as an inbound marketing tactic, but what you are about to read talks about how to use inbound marketing to encourage people to visit your blog so they can potentially be converted into customers.

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What Does it Mean to White Label Your WordPress Website?

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What Does it Mean to White Label Your WP Website

When you start a web design project, you want to have your name on it. You don’t want someone else getting the credit for your work. Sure, you can have all sorts of custom graphics and logos all over the place, but the fact that WordPress’s logo and links are splashed all over the website could be glaring at your visitors. This is why white labeling your WordPress site is very important. You have to brand yourself.

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