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WordPress 3.6 “Oscar” is live

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WordPress version 3.6 has finally launched! It’s named Oscar and includes a beautiful new blog-centric theme, bullet-proof autosave and post locking, a revamped revision browser, native support for audio and video embeds, and improved, integrations with Spotify, Rdio, and SoundCloud. Here’s a video that shows off some of the features: WordPress has named version 3.6 “Oscar” to honor Canadian Oscar Peterson, a jazz pianist, vocalist and composer. Learn more about Peterson. Now here’s a list of what’s new in version 3.6: new default theme: Twenty Thirteen more purposeful emphasis on revisions more rigid post […]



Jul, 2013

How to import/Export using Dataflow Profiles in Magento

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This is a tutorial walk through for Magento Import/Export Dataflow Profiles. You will be able to use this tutorial to import and export a multiple of products and/or customers from you Magento Admin Panel. Its not as frightening as most would think. FYI, this will write over the products that are already created in your Magento store. I do recommend that you back up your database and/or export your products already installed so you don’t rewrite any product information you wanted to keep. Things you will need: Magento installed on […]


Feedly Cloud is finally live

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As you know, Google Reader is shutting down on July 1st, and we’ve been pondering where to migrate our feeds. In its wake, developers working on products in the RSS ecosystem have been stepping up to deliver apps, tools and other services to fill the void. At 19th June, 2013, one of the favorites, Feedly, renovated itself from RSS application to RSS platform, with the public debut of Feedly Cloud, the infrastructure that has been powering Feedly’s own apps and those from a small handful of approved developers. Feedly cloud […]


Facebook Is Done Giving Its Precious Social Graph To Competitors

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Short post by Author and technology journalist Josh Constine who specializes in deep analysis of social products, explaining about facebook social graph. It’s spent nine years getting you to confirm who you know, and apparently it’s sick of handing over your friend list to competitors. This week it cut off both Twitter’s new photo app Vine and messaging app Voxer from Find Friends, Facebook’s API that lets you connect with Facebook friends on other apps. But this could backfire. Read More at TechCrunch http://techcrunch.com/2013/01/24/my-precious-social-graph/


5 Best Search Engine Optimization Tricks for Blogs

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Here is a new simple article about getting a person’s web log additional site visitors or maybe a more beneficial ranking on search engine listings (SEO is an acronym for search engine optimisation and is usually the process of getting an individual’s blog page, or even any kind of web-site for that matter, a much better ranking on search engines like google). It should really be noted however, that it might take a while for a blog to get found by a search engine although these hints should also end […]



Jul, 2012

Cpanel Cloud Web Hosting

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Cpanel cloud hosting is considered by many internet professionals as one of the best web hosting solutions currently available. Cpanel hosting is fully programmed point-and-click hosting platform which presents itself as great control panel for almost any type of users: like for the beginners to the most advanced users. If you want to know why Cpanel cloud is so thriving, here are some of the answers! Cpanel cloud hosting is famous for its ease of use. Most of the web hosting resellers chooses Cpanel as a control panel for their […]



Sep, 2011

Insert custom content after single post

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For a client’s blog website I need to add a para automatically after each single post, found a snippet from Jeff Starr using a WordPress hook. Here’s how to do. add_filter('the_content', 'add_post_content') function add_post_content($content) { if(!is_single()) { $content .= '<p>YOUR CONTENT GOES HERE'</p>'; } return $content; } If you enjoyed and find helpful this article, please consider sharing it.



Aug, 2011

How to Add an Additional Wrap on Genesis Child Theme

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So, since Genesis 1.6, and probably my favorite part of Genesis 1.6 is the theme support of genesis-structural-wraps. So now you can easily add wraps to the header, nav, subnav, inner, footer-widgets, and footer. If you’ve ever looked at the Visual Markup Guide for the Genesis Framework, you may have noticed that all of the main sections contain a div that wraps around the inner markup except the the ‘inner’ section. Have a look at this: #header > .wrap #nav > .wrap #subnav > .wrap #inner > .wrap, this is what we will be adding […]



Jul, 2011

Genesis Framework – Footer

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Sometimes I need to get footer outside of wrap. I tried to find out how can i do that in genesis child theme. This code I got first from Marco who got it from Daisy Olsen. // Reposition the footer remove_action(‘genesis_footer’, ‘genesis_footer_markup_open’, 5); remove_action(‘genesis_footer’, ‘genesis_do_footer’); remove_action(‘genesis_footer’, ‘genesis_footer_markup_close’, 15); add_action(‘genesis_after’, ‘genesis_footer_markup_open’, 5); add_action(‘genesis_after’, ‘genesis_do_footer’); add_action(‘genesis_after’, ‘genesis_footer_markup_close’, 15);