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Adding Mobile Site To WordPress With WpTouch Mobile Plugin So are you using a mobile ready template with your WordPress installation? Even if you are using a responsive template, does it satisfy your site needs when users are viewing your site on a mobile device? I asked myself the same question and I felt that my mobile site was lacking a few things. I have a responsive...

  Securing WordPress: Step-by-Step Guide WordPress is a very secure Open-source CMS. WordPress has a large community that works together to find solutions and security updates quickly when a vulnerability is found. Even though it is a very secure CMS there is still some procedures you should follow to strengthen your WordPress installation. The Basics: Update Often:...

10 Most Common WordPress Errors You Must Avoid WordPress is the world’s most popular blogging platform with over 60 million users worldwide and growing every day. Despite its popularity and common use many website and blog owners are making silly, avoidable mistakes that could cause them a lot of grief. The infographic below from InnoThemes lists their 10 most ridiculous...

Removing WordPress Header Junk A great WordPress tip I picked up from Scotch.io. Place the following code in your functions.php file of your WordPress theme to remove some useless things from the head of your site. There are a lot of things that WordPress adds to the head of your site. These can all be removed using the remove_action function that WordPress provides...

Guide To Securing WordPress 2014 Securing your WordPress blog should be one of your main goals after installation. By following the steps I have outlined below, you can ensure your blog is protected from hackers, bots, etc. The steps below are easy to follow and do not require anymore than a general knowledge of working in WordPress. Lets Begin. Secure Installation Rename...