All Posts tagged as "wordpress"

Configuring the GamiPress WordPress plugin

GamiPress is a WordPress plugin that allows adding Gamification features to a WordPress website. It is free and open source. The main features of GamiPress are free but some of the addons, service plans and assets are priced.

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Preventing WordPress Spam

WordPress is a very popular platform for publishing websites. Almost all features that one can expect from a website are provided in the form of open source plugins and themes. Adding new features to a website is as easy as installing a plugin and configuring it.

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Website performance testing

The role of websites has evolved greatly over the last few years. Websites were initially a novel way of presenting information. Over the last few years websites have grown greatly in importance. Websites now may be regarded as the public image of all types of organizations.

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Improving WordPress Performance

Recently I had the opportunity of working on improving the performance of a WordPress website for a customer. I will describe my experience in this blog post. Slow website loading times can distract your website visitors and discourage them from visiting your website again.

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Continuous integration and Project Management with Jenkins and Redmine

Recently I had the opportunity of installing and configuring Jenkins Continuous Integration Server and Redmine. Both of these tools are becoming increasingly popular because they simplify and organize the Software Development Process

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Creating your own WordPress themes and plugins

WordPress is a great platform for building innovative applications. You can not only build standard websites with WordPress but you can also create complex applications full of features.

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Some excellant Wordpress Plugins

This blog post is about my experience with using WordPress plugins. WordPress is an excellent blogging platform that is used by millions. It has an enormous number of plugins that are maintained by people all over the world. You can find a WordPress plugin for just about any function you can imagine.

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Tuning WordPress performance using Varnish

Recently I had the opportunity of on tuning website performance using Varnish. Varnish is called a Caching HTTP Reverse Proxy. This means it sits between your end user and one or more back-end servers such as Apache or Nginx and functions as a cache for HTTP traffic.

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WordPress for small and medium businesses

WordPress is an excellent platform for small and medium businesses (SMBs). Recently I had the opportunity of constructing the home page for a small business. I will share my experience in this blog post.

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Validate your WordPress blog using WordPress XML-RPC API, Php Tidy and Nu HTML Checker

WordPress is a very popular platform for hosting websites. Over 74 million websites are based on WordPress. WordPress is also increasingly being used to develop complex web based applications.

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