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Migrating From Wix To WordPress: Drawing More Bang For Bucks

by Param Chahal

Wix to WordPress

Wix is a popular solution to create a website. It is considered as the best website builder software among small businesses. But when comes to big commercial websites, it has some sure-shot limitations. The biggest drawback is that it doesn’t support data export. You feel restricted in Wix environment. It is simply like leasing a house when you can’t own it. So, let’s chalk out the differences between both the platforms.

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SecuPress vs WordFence: A Head-On Comparison

by Staff

secupress vs wordfence

The security of our WordPress sites is not something to take lightly. Many extension authors now have solutions that integrate without worrying with the different WordPress configurations. Even if WordPress works to secure its environment on a regular basis, other factors are taken into account. Themes and plugins are and will always be gateways for hackers and spammers of all kinds.

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How to Implement WordPress Custom Header Per Page

by Deepak Singla

WordPress Custom Header Per Page

One of my clients asked for a different header on each page of their website. Actually, the site exhibits the different content on each page so he wants a WordPress custom header per page. Then, I thought many of WordPress users might want to implement the same thing. So, I am writing this article to make you aware of possible ways to implement different header for different pages in WordPress.

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WordPress Post Order Plugins: Get your Ducks In A Row

by Param Chahal

WordPress Post Order

Many of the readers ask me the same question that how to rearrange the WordPress Post Order? Unfortunately, WordPress Posts are arranged in reverse-chronological order by default. There is no built-in option to change this order from the frontend. Whereas reordering the posts manually can be a bit frustrating. To change the WordPress Post order quickly and effectively, you can make use of plugins. As WordPress provides plugins nearly for each & every functionality for a website. Luckily, WordPress facilitates us some great plugins to change the post order too.

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Make WordPress Site Private: The Best 5 Plugins Comparison (2017)

by Param Chahal

Make WordPress Site Private

Yes, you hear it right !! You can make WordPress site private. There can be several reasons for the same. When you want to create a family-blog joined by all your family friends & relatives, all over the globe, you need privacy from rest of the world. One can need private blogs for team members to share project related views; in some business; for students to create a single-access point to collect notes or for special customers who are granted special privileges etc. As like this, you can have your own reason to make WordPress site private.

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How to WordPress: Last Updated Date for Posts & Pages

by Deepak Singla

wordpress last updated

Many of the readers ask me about the common problem they are facing. The problem is that the most of the WordPress posts and pages bear the published date but not the WordPress last updated date. Many of such websites use the WordPress that regularly updates the old articles. For them, WordPress last updated date is an important information. But unfortunately, WordPress themes bear only the last published date.

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Top 5 WordPress Infinite Scroll Plugins Comparison (2017)

by Param Chahal

WordPress Infinite Scroll Plugins

When you reach the bottom of a web page, the more content is uploaded automatically; this is known as infinite scrolling. You might have seen such websites in which when you reach the end of one page, it uploads more content automatically without your intervention. For example - Facebook. It gives the better browsing experience to the user hence became the latest trend. But now the question arises, are the infinite scroll WordPress plugins good for your site?

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How to Migrate from WordPress.com to WordPress.org: Step by Step Guide to move your Website (2017)

by Deepak Singla

migrate from wordpress.com to wordpress.org

As a beginner, if you start with WordPress.com - it’s fine as it provides you free hosting and ease of use. But in long run, you would prefer your own online branding with your domain name. Secondly, you have to pay a huge sum to access themes & third-party plugins with WordPress.com. If you really want to express yourself, to be in full control of your site and grow your business, you need to migrate from WordPress.com to WordPress.org.

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