Websites and Blogging

Understanding How WordPress uses MySQL

WordPress is arguably the most popular content management software (CMS) available. The fact that WordPress is free, easy-to-use and has a tremendous amount of support available makes it an ideal CMS for creating and managing a website or blog. While WordPress is designed to be easy-to-use, it also has enough complexity that allows you to create about anything for your website.

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4 Processes To Streamline Enterprise Web Application Productivity

In software development labs around the world, web application developers face palpable pressure to ensure the application they create delivers a great experience that users demand and expect. And in the enterprise sector, that task can encompass a broad distributed operation, requiring collaboration and streamlined processes throughout the web app development cycle. That’s why it is essential to implement processes that streamline productivity at every step of the way.

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WordPress, Drupal and Joomla: Which One Is the Best?

There are plenty of content management systems out there, but when it comes to usability and popularity, three content management systems rank high above all others. Those three content management systems are WordPress, Joomla and Drupal. If you ask developers “which CMS is best?” you will find most people are supporting these three.

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Content Moderation Options for Businesses

Nowadays, many businesses have an online presence on blogs, forums and social media networks. Such platforms can be very useful tools for connecting with consumers and receiving feedback. People share their questions and suggestions about your business or brand by sending tweets, posting on your Facebook wall, leaving blog comments or posting on your forums. Responding to this feedback in a timely manner encourages more interactions and builds a strong following for your brand.

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5 Ways You Can Use Your WordPress Backup

One of the best ways of protecting your WordPress blog or website is to perform a regular backup of all your website’s files and database tables. While the main reason for backing up your WordPress website is to easily restore the website in case it is no longer accessible, there are other reasons backing up your WordPress site can come in handy. Let’s look at 5 ways you can use your WordPress backup.

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Tips to Help You Repair a Damaged Online Reputation

With almost the entire globe heavily dependent on the Internet for meeting various requirements, one wrong move can lead your career spiralling down in the wrong direction. Usually, the availability of various resources like social media, forums and the likes enable people to be more vocal about their likes and dislikes.

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5 Lessons I Have Learned About Blogging

When I started blogging in June 2007 I really didn’t know how to manage a blog or eve how long I can keep writing blog entries. Like many people, I tend to start something that interests me at the time, but then get bored and move onto something else. With that thinking, I started using Blogger since it required no financial commitment, just time. After a year, I discovered that I did like to manage a blog, so I switched to a self-hosted WordPress blog, and haven’t looked back.

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Use of Color and its Importance While Designing Websites

Often a major question that is faced by the designers while designing a website regarding the choice of a particular color that will suit the identity of the brand and also will be in accordance with the arena that it belongs to. Choice of a wrong color for a website might prove to be disastrous as often the same has a negative impact on the psyche of the readers. It is imperative to say that color communicates more than the vernal words that you speak.

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