Update: As of April 2016, Google has shut down PageRank data to the public.
Google has repeatedly mentioned that site speed, load time and performance of a site does matter for Google on search engine rankings. While I’m not into SEO and I rarely cared about Google PageRank in particular, I have been in shock for the past 10 days or so, even since my Piwik statistics showing me that this site’s Google PR went from nil to 5!!!!! Yes, that f-i-v-e, five out of the maximum of 10! Continue reading “Google PR vs Page Speed”
From WordPress 3.4 onwards, we can log into WP backend using custom URLs such as yourdomain.com/login or /dashboard. For those who do not wish to wait that long, here is the quick tip on how to do it now without a plugin. Please note that rewrite isn’t a good place to implement it. That’s why it is
going to be implemented as part of the canonical API in 3.4. Continue reading “Custom Login URL for WordPress”
Whether you are an advanced user or a newbie, you may always have questions about WordPress. There are places where you can get one-to-one free help. In other places, your questions might be answered by more than 10! Anyway, there are two methods to get your questions answered.
Continue reading “Where To ASK For FREE WordPress Help”
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Blogging Platform: WordPress
Web Server: Nginx – Nginx is a free, open-source, high-performance HTTP server and reverse proxy, as well as an IMAP/POP3 proxy server. Nginx is known for its high performance, stability, rich feature set, simple configuration, and low resource consumption. Here in this VPS, it listens on port 443 and has http2 enabled.
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For someone like Matteo Di Capua, a WordPress upgrade may be an easy process. But, for many, it goes weird. Either the upgrade process stalls or the site starts behaving differently after the upgrade. So, what can you do to avoid any frustration during the process? Continue reading “How to Upgrade WordPress Without Trouble?”
Did you install WordPress as a multi-site by default using Softaculous? Here is the way to change WordPress into single site.
On your wp-config.php file, in the following code…
Change true to false or just remove this entire line. For more information on WP multi-site and to get started with it (if you wish), check out the official documentation on how to create a network of blogs.
I love WordPress, the best tool for blogging (IMO), even though some consider and use it as a CMS. I had multiple blogs in the past, for the past 4 years, but never had maintained them for more than a year. :) I still own multiple domains, such as “tinywp.com” (COM version of this domain), “pothi.info”, “elegantblogs.com” and “elegantblogs.net”. For the records, I owned the following domains in the past…
- freelancelens.com :)
This blog is another venture into blogging. Let me see how long it goes. I just wanted to start off blogging with this post. So, here is a tiny tip. I hope this helps someone! We never know. :)
WordPress itself is a complex piece of tool for blogging, IMHO. I wish it is more simpler than what it is now. WordPress multi-site is a beast, especially on a shared host. Softaculous seemed to have installed multi-site platform, by default, as per the IRC chat with one who experienced this. I provided the above solution and wanted to share it with others. So, here it is. My first post in this blog!
Happy Blogging. :)