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How to Restore WordPress in Bluehost Using cPanel?

How to Restore WordPress in Bluehost Using cPanel?

Did your Bluehost website break while making changes? Are you worried that you’ll lose traffic and revenue while your website is down? We wish we could tell you not to worry but the truth is if visitors see a non-functional website, they’ll instantly move on to a...

How To Restore Deleted Post Or Page In WordPress (Step By Step Guide)

How To Restore Deleted Post Or Page In WordPress (Step By Step Guide)

Worried that you won’t be able to restore a page or post that you deleted on your WordPress site? Don’t panic, there are many ways to recover your lost content. WordPress has a built-in feature called Trash to restore deleted pages and posts, however, it only works...

Every word matters: the importance of Word Count

From the newsroom Sahana Charan “The writer who breeds more words than he needs, is making a chore for the reader who reads.” ― Dr. Seuss , the late American children’s writer, poet and cartoonist. This is an interesting take on journalistic writing and to some...

Getting to know The Nut Graph

From the newsroom Sunory Dutt A Nut Graph has nothing to do with going bonkers in a linear fashion, contrary to what the words imply. Though I’m sure many editors in a newsroom have felt the need to do just that on most days! A TOUGH NUT DECODED A nut graph is a...

WordPress 3.8 – “Parker”

WordPress released its version 3.8 today, named "Parker", in honor of Charlie Parker. It is available for download or as an update from your WordPress dashboard. The highlights of this new release are: Admin design – The best ever design for the WordPress admin site....

The Value of Short Sentences

From the newsroom Sunory Dutt The Guinness Book of World Records lists the longest sentence in English from William Faulkner’s novel Absalom, Absalom! (1,288 words). And Molly Bloom's soliloquy in the last section of James Joyce's Ulysses stretches across 4,391 words....

Ten things I have learned from the newsroom

  From the newsroom Dev Sukumar The intricacies of bringing out a publication are varied and may. And that is why, there is more to making a journalist than expertise in newspaper history, superb writing skills, good contacts and a nose for news. A journalist...

Creative ways to overcome bloggers block

  From the newsroom Raji Chacko Fighting off a drought of ideas when you are expected to blog regularly can be troublesome, but a few tips could help, When all of us are home, a popular refrain heard from my mum is ‘I don’t know what to cook today’. Apparently,...

Things i learnt in the Newsrooom

  From the newsroom Raji Chacko Midst the cacophony that is a newsroom on any given day, one manages to absorb a few editing tenets Although I have been editing for over a decade now, only about 25 percent of my professional life was spent in newsrooms. However,...

How to do a good interview

  From the newsroom Dev Sukumar Interviewing an interesting subject might seem the easiest task in the world, but the apparent simplicity of the task can be a nasty trap. A reporter who walks into an interview complacent about his task can quickly be exposed by a...

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