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Conversation With The WordPress Dev About The Future Of WordPress

Conversation With The WordPress Dev About The Future Of WordPress

Earlier this year, we got a chance to speak with the enigmatic Justin Tadlock, a popular voice within the WordPress community, about his experiences working with the popular CMS. Let's jump into the interview. The Interview Hello Justin, thanks for taking the time to...

How to Rollback WordPress Plugin to Previous Version

How to Rollback WordPress Plugin to Previous Version

Did updating a plugin break your WordPress site? Or maybe you simply don’t like the new version. Updates are often known to cause issues but trying to fix the issue might take a while. In the meantime, your visitors will see a broken site. You stand to lose traffic,...

Customer Tales: Jennifer Carello of TechCare

This is what one of my client's sites looked like yesterday…. They were hacked I took a review of my clients who are not backing up with an outside service and I wanted to make sure that you knew that you were one of these clients who are not backing up. Now, you may...

Customer Tales: Bowhunters of Alabama

The Bowhunters of Alabama (BHA) is a non-profit organization that reaches out to all the bow hunters in the Alabama state. The family-oriented organization enables people of all ages to participate and learn archery in a safe environment. BHA has trained Boy Scouts...

Comparison between popular WordPress backup plugins

The following is a comparison between the popular WordPress backup plugins. The most important features have been considered while doing this. Notes: blogVault is planning to introduce security features such as malware scanning in the near future. VaultPress includes...

Screenshots are here!

blogVault brings to you the latest feature Screenshots which will make your life easier when it comes to managing your backups. We have added screenshots of your sites to the dashboard and history pages. With multiple sites added to our dashboard, you have to go...

When your WordPress site gets hacked

WordPress, being the most popular blogging platform across the world, is frequently targeted by hackers. The flexibility that makes WordPress so attractive can also make you vulnerable if you are not cautious. Hackers are always on the prowl to exploit any loopholes...

Speed up your WordPress site with PageSpeed

A slow website is a big turn off. It not only dissuades people from visiting your site but also has a big impact on your site’s rankings. If you have a slow website, you are in trouble. But like a wise man once said, “Every problem has a solution”. Google’s PageSpeed...

Code of Conduct

From the Newsroom Raji Chacko An online writer’s code of conduct. While the Internet offers nearly limitless freedom of expression, it might help to fashion a few ethical rules… British MP Stella Creasy is one of many high profile women, including feminist campaigner...

Introduction to an article

From the Newsroom Raji Chacko Make your introduction matter! Ensure your introduction packs a punch, so your readers stick around to read the entire article. I have often been deceived into reading articles on topics I care little for, merely because of a well-crafted...

Spell Check

From the Newsroom Raji Chacko Look (spell check) before you leap (to publishing) A review of your work before you publish it always gives it a professional shine. In the case of spelling mistakes, it’s good to be extra careful and take steps to avoid them -  such...

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