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How to Make WordPress Logins More Secure

Caleb Szydlo • February 27, 2017

Most WordPress sites follow a common url for the admin login and core directories. Since this is predictable, bots and other automated tasks can go to the /wp-admin or /wp-login.php and bombard the login with common…

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How Can I Create WordPress User Profiles with Frontend Editing and Custom User Fields

Laurel Johnson • February 6, 2017

In this post, we’ll create custom WordPress user profiles that users can update from the frontend of your site. We’ll be using a well-maintained WordPress plugin called Theme My Login (TML) that gives you a head start on…

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Is your WordPress site hacked?

Darren Hagen • February 3, 2017

Is your site built in WordPress and suddenly very slow? Are messages or content showing up in the header or footer of your WordPress website and are not supposed to be there? Or are you just…

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Visual Composer: vc_map field examples

Sarah Berg • January 13, 2017

There’s a few things missing to the documentation for Visual composer, like samples of how to use each field type.  Some of these are probably pretty intuitive, but we figured we’d make some example for each as…

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How can I have Multiple Post-Type Specific Search Results in WordPress?

Ashley Wright • January 9, 2017

There may come a time when you need to build out multiple types of searches on your WordPress website. For example, you might want to have a general search in the header and a blog posts…

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How do I create a WordPress Custom Post Type (CPT) Without A Plugin?

Loren Wright • December 1, 2016

By now, you already know that WordPress is a powerful Content Management System (CMS). But, did you know that WordPress is used by over 25.6% of all websites in the world? That’s an impressive number! Out…

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MySQL

Need to create a WordPress admin ‘user’ when you only have database (mysql) access?

Darren Hagen • November 21, 2016

Recently we had a client contact us because they couldn’t access the dashboard of their WordPress site. Sometimes this happens because of lost credentials, database corruption, or maybe due to a website hack. In this case…

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What are the advantages of Enqueueing Scripts in WordPress?

Laurel Johnson • November 11, 2016

WordPress comes pre-loaded with lots of common scripts – jQuery, Masonry, Underscore.js and more – and they’re all there waiting in the wings, ready for you to call them into action. Obviously no one wants their…

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How do I list posts in a custom post type by taxonomy term?

Ashley Wright • November 10, 2016

Have you ever wanted to list out posts arranged by a taxonomy term associated with that post? This is something that I recently ran into when trying to create a select drop down list of hospital…

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Ajax requests in WordPress

Sarah Berg • November 7, 2016

There are many reasons to use Ajax on a website as it allows the content to load into the page as needed.  In the past i’ve always made a separate file for handling all these things,…

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How can I add a Google Analytics tracking code to a Formidable Form?

Caleb Szydlo • November 1, 2016

Adding a Google Analytics tracking event to a Formidable Form is a fairly quick fix that can be handled through the CMS, without having to mess with any theme files. Inside of the Formidable settings in…

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New Header Size Twentythirteen WordPress

jordanrodriguez • August 12, 2013

So we have the new theme for WordPress, twentythirteen. It looks really nice, and definitely fills out some responsive features. But what if you wanted to change the header image and make it a logo, like…

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WordPress Taxonomy Bug

jordanrodriguez • August 2, 2013

So I was making a site that had to use multiple taxonomies for different post types. I love using Custom Post Type UI for these kinds of things. But I noticed what seems to be a bug,…

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Twitter Widget Pro and the new API

jordanrodriguez •

So Twitter dropped support for previous api’s in order to move everyone to an oAuth api of their own. The work to develop support on your own could be a bit extensive, but that’s ok. because…

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Create WordPress Posts with Formidable

jordanrodriguez • July 1, 2013

So lets talk about allowing people to create posts through Formidable Pro on WordPress. You might need to do this for simple discussion forums when you don’t want to host and support all the functionality of…

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