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How to Conduct a WordPress Website Audit like a Jedi

by Lucy Benton

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There are quite a lot of things which go into developing a successful online presence and conquering the first positions of Google is definitely a top priority. Now, if you are like the majority of the users, you are probably powering up your website with WordPress. This is the most commonly used CMS and it’s one which is particularly beneficial. With this in mind, performing comprehensive WordPress website audit is certainly amongst the most important things.

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How to Mass Change old URLs in Website Database after Migration

by Deepak Singla

Mass Change Update old URLs in Database after Migration blog

Many times, there is a requirement to migrate your WordPress website to a new URL. This would need you to update the old URLs in the database, including the various MySQL database tables. For smaller websites, this can be managed by manually making the changes. However, for larger websites, the volume of the site makes it impossible to update old URLs manually. Another issue is that Webmasters find it mundane and routine work to bulk change the links on the website. This is a time-consuming process as at times the number of URLs to be updated can be in the hundreds. Added to this is the chance to miss some URLs. Situations like these make it almost mandatory to look for automated solutions to do a mass search and replace of the old URLs. Let us look at some of the convenient ways to update site URLs when migrating a WordPress site.

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WordPress line break not Working: Quick Solutions to keep text formatting intact

by Param Chahal

WordPress line break not working blog

With the WordPress upgrade to version 3.2, the text editor seems to remove the line breaks by itself. While typing text into the text editor, the formatting is in place and all line breaks are shown in the preview also. However, all the paragraph and line-break tags seem to disappear when the text is saved and you go and view the page. WordPress simply strips out the relevant tags whenever you add extra spacing in the text editor. The result is that the properly formatted text page you created looks totally different when you save it since all extra spacing or blank lines are removed.

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Magento Performance Optimization: Top 11 Effective Ways to Skyrocket your Sales

by Amanda Brown

Magento Performance Optimization Blog

Magento 1 was the first version of the platform which was originally released in the year 2008. The designers of the platform had the intention of building an open-source software suitable for the needs of small and medium scale businesses. From the results, it is evident that the designers achieved their goal since more than a quarter of small and medium scale businesses with an online presence use Magento. However, people complained about Magento 1 which had many limitations. Consequently, the designers developed another better version of the software. The designers wanted to release Magento 2 in the year 2011 but they stopped the production because of other problems behind the scenes of the public. A lot of acclamation accompanied the eventual release of Magento 2 in the year 2016 because the developers had carefully taken into account the customer feedback.

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WordPress.org vs WordPress.com: A Candid Face-off!

by Deepak Singla

WordPress.org vs WordPress.com difference blog

Choosing a perfect platform for building a website or blog can be tiring and calls for research. There are many options to choose from the list of accessible Content Management Systems (CMSes). Things can get complicated when you have to choose between WordPress.com and self-hosted WordPress.org. Yes. You heard it right! WordPress.org and WordPress.com together.

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How to Write SEO Optimized Content that Appeals to Readers

by Gloria Kopp

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Trying to fit in everything you need to boost your SEO can sometimes distract from your original message, and can affect the experience you’re trying to provide your reader. Thankfully, Search Engine Crawlers have become a lot more intelligent, and it’s easier than ever to produce SEO optimized content that it great for your readers and will fuel SEO. The following tips and tools can not only show you how to create SEO optimized content, but how to drive traffic to your site through SEO, and convert that traffic into real leads by appealing to people.

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WordPress vs Joomla vs Drupal – Which is the best CMS for you?

by Staff

WordPress vs Joomla vs Drupal Which is the best CMS for you blog

Choosing a content management system for your website? Not sure about which CMS is the best choice for you? With so many options available this can be a very confusing decision to make. Needless to say, it is also the biggest decision since it will build the foundation on which your website would run. In most of the scenarios, the choice of the CMS that works is different for different systems. Amongst other things, it depends upon your website goals, technical proficiency, budget and other constraints. In this article, will compare 3 of the most widely used content management systems and help you choose one that fits your requirements. Read ahead for a complete WordPress vs Joomla vs Drupal comparison.

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Top 4 WordPress Front End Editor Plugins Comparison (2017)

by Deepak Singla

WordPress Front End Editor Plugins blog

Front end editing is a wonderful concept in WordPress which allows to simply edit the contents of a website right there from the display page by clicking on the link nearby. No doubt, WordPress has revamped its default front end customizer in the latest 4.7 release, there is always a way out to tap into the best things possible when it comes to user experience. A little plugin is a sure shot way to enhance the responsiveness of a website by adding an extra functionality which was not there in the first place.These WordPress front end editor plugins with easy-to-use features not only help cope up the editing anxiety but also adds to the flawless web experience. Zero configurations are required after installation. Once a plugin is activated, the user having permission for visiting any posts or web page on the website can simply use the Edit Page Link available on the toolbar. The page can directly be created in the front of the site that allows viewing the page how it exactly looks. Let’s talk about Top 4 WordPress front end editor plugins in detail to understand the pros and cons of each of them.

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