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10+ WordPress hacks to enhance your dashboard

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«In Word­Press, the dash­board is a very import­ant part, as it is where you – the admin – pub­lish con­tent and con­trol everything about your blog. In this art­icle, I have com­piled over 10 Word­Press hacks and code snip­pets to enhance your Word­Press dash­board.»

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10 Little-Known, Super Effective Tips to Secure Your WordPress Blog

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«Get­ting a blog hacked and los­ing years upon years of blog­ging work overnight is a sad real­ity that people actu­ally have gone through. In fact, research shows that 37,000 web­sites are hacked every day, and with Word­Press power­ing approx­im­ately 25.4% of all web­sites, you can be sure that a good deal of Word­Press blogs are hacked every day.»

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WordPress: 20 Indispensable Code Snippets for Your functions.php

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«The functions.php is a file that can be found in every Word­Press theme. Not only does it allow you to con­trol import­ant theme fea­tures like side­bars, wid­gets, and the nav­ig­a­tion menus, but it also enables you to add small code snip­pets that activ­ate or deac­tiv­ate code frag­ments or manip­u­late many import­ant aspects related to your web­site.»

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50 Most-Wanted WordPress Tips, Tricks and Hacks

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«Pre­vi­ously we have fea­tured more than 30 hacks and tricks to cus­tom­ize Word­Press. But Word­Press has been through sev­er­al iter­a­tions and updates since the pub­lic­a­tion of that com­pil­a­tion.»

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Back to Basics With WordPress CSS: Understanding the Native ClassesBack to Basics With WordPress CSS: Understanding the Native Classes

Back to Basics With WordPress CSS: Understanding the Native Classes

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«Build­ing a site on Word­Press is a unique exper­i­ence. On one hand, you get a ton of func­tion­al­ity right off the gate. On the oth­er, Word­Press often expects you to use cer­tain struc­tures when dis­play­ing con­tent to take advant­age of that func­tion­al­ity. »

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9 Most Useful .htaccess Tricks for WordPress9 Most Useful .htaccess Tricks for WordPress

9 Most Useful .htaccess Tricks for WordPress

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«Many Word­Press users come across .htac­cess file when fix­ing their permalinks. How­ever you can do so much more. The .htac­cess file is a power­ful con­fig­ur­a­tion file that allows you to improve your site’s secur­ity and per­form­ance. »

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How to Set Default CSS Background Properties in WordPress ThemesHow to Set Default CSS Background Properties in WordPress Themes

How to Set Default CSS Background Properties in WordPress Themes

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«Here’s a handy trick for Word­Press theme developers. As of Word­Press 3.8, theme authors have the abil­ity to cus­tom­ize defaults when adding cus­tom back­ground sup­port. »

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How To Manage And Use Code Snippets In WordPressHow To Manage And Use Code Snippets In WordPress

How To Manage And Use Code Snippets In WordPress

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«In pre­vi­ous posts, we have gone through some Word­Press cus­tom­iz­a­tion that involve code addi­tion in functions.php. These addi­tions enhance the func­tion­al­ity of our theme. »

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WordPress snippet: breadcrumb without plugin

WordPress snippet: breadcrumb without plugin

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«If you want to add a bread­crumb to your blog, you can use one of the many avail­able plu­gins to do so. But why using a plu­gin when you can eas­ily code it your­self? »

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WordPress snippets to interact with social networks

WordPress snippets to interact with social networks

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«Social net­works are a very import­ant way to pub­li­cize your blog and attract new vis­it­ors. So you def­in­itely need to make sure that your web­site or blog inter­acts with Face­book, Twit­ter, Google + and oth­er net­works. »

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