Must Have WordPress Plugins (Widget Logic, WordPress Editorial Calendar, WordPress SEO)

This week another dose of my super cool must have WordPress plugins stuff. In this episode (damn, it sounds like I’m talking about Star Wars or something :)) I’m gonna talk about Widget Logic, WordPress Editorial Calendar, and WordPress SEO by Yoast. Unfortunately, I’m not going to touch on topics like Princess Leia, but those…

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Hacker

How to Secure WordPress or How Fast Your Site Can Be Hacked?

Are you sure your website is secure enough to hold down a hacker attack? The better your website becomes – the more interest it can generate for a hacker. So you should secure WordPress before the bad things happen. Check out our tips and tricks on how to secure WordPress and harden the life for…

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HTML Tutorial 5 – HTML list

In our everyday life we often use lists of different types: to-do lists, purchase lists and step by step instructions. If you hate lists in the real life (yes, there is a life out of the Internet too :)) do not worry – you will love to create lists in HTML. It is the most…

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Must Have WordPress Plugins (WP-Syntax, Tweet Old Post, Upcoming Posts)

In this episode of the Must Have WordPress Plugins series, I offer you to check out the WP-Syntax, Tweet Old Post, and Upcoming Posts WordPress plugins. They’ll allow you to embed code in a user-friendly way (WP-Syntax), bring your old posts to life via Twitter (Tweet Old Post), and keep your site visitors coming back…

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HTML Tutorial 4 – CSS Code

In this HTML Tutorial I will teach you to create Cascading Style Sheets or CSS code and apply it to web-pages. You will learn to make outstanding styles and apply it to your website text and images. Consistent use of CSS code will save you hours or even days of your time while creating websites.…

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How to install WordPress locally

In this tutorial we’ll cover how to install Wordpress on a local server. This is quite useful and easy to do. You can develop the whole website on your PC, and when you think it’s done – juts move it to the server

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Must Have WordPress Plugins (MailChimp, The Social Links, Subscribe2)

OK, have you been having pains lately? Well, fear no more! I’ve brought another dose of my must have WordPress plugins. It’s gonna make you feel better. In this episode I’ll cover the following plugins and widgets: MailChimp Widget (outlet to robust newsletter options), The Social Links (social media), and Subscribe2 (keeping your subscribers posted).…

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HTML Tutorial 3 – HTML URL and MailTo

In this HTML Tutorial I will teach you how to create an HTML URL (previously known as Hyper-Link). I’ll use HTML URL and HTML link (or just link) interchangeably, because they are different names for the same thing. We’ll also pay special attention to the Mailto function, which allows you to start your default email…

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How to setup a local server using WAMP

New to websites, CMS, PHP and all that stuff? Don’t want to pay for a server and domain name till you learn what that all stuff really means? Or maybe you want to test WordPress or some other CMS on your PC, before uploading it to a production server? There is one way to “fix”…

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Must Have WordPress Plugins (GetSocial, Google XML Sitemaps, Jetpack)

That’s insane, man! So, I met that chick the other day and … oh… . I thought I was still chatting with my buddy. Sorry about that. So, you wanted more about must have WordPress plugins? Here we go. In my previous post I tackled Akismet, Contact Form 7 and Disqus Comment System. This time…

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HTML Tutorial 2 – HTML tags

In the tutorial, you will learn how to add basic HTML tags (headings, special characters, metatags, etc) to your web-pages. Also, we will learn how to use a few languages in one HTML file, redirection and refreshing (no, not when you’re tired, it’s something different). Plus, I’ll show you some basic tricks on text formatting…

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PHP

How to Create an HTML/PHP Contact Form – Radio Buttons, Checkboxes, Dropdown Menus

Welcome back to our contact form tutorial series. If you’re not exactly sure why I’m saying “back”, check this link. This is the third episode and in this tutorial we’re gonna learn how to add different types of inputs to the contact form and process that with PHP. It’ll make your contact form look absolutely…

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Must Have WordPress Plugins (Akismet, Contact Form 7, Disqus)

Why you need must have WordPress plugins? OK, you’ve installed WordPress. Now what? Is that what you’re asking yourself? Well, don’t worry too much. Everybody who installed the WordPress engine for the first time was a bit surprised that to add all those really cool and amazing functionality bells and whistles,

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HTML Editor

HTML Tutorial 1

Introduction This HTML tutorial is going to teach you HTML which is a language used to create websites and unlike complex programming languages studying of which may take months or even years, HTML is simple and an easy to learn markup language. Being able  to code in HTML will help you increase your company’s income…

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How to Create an HTML/PHP Contact Form – Processing Form Data with PHP

In the previous tutorial – creating HTML PHP contact form – we successfully created a basic layout for the contact form. By the way, I’ve also added 2 screencasts to the post for those of you guys who really prefer video content to textual. So, if you wish to watch instead of read, you can…

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