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WordPress Guide for Photographers

WordPress is the absolute best platform for photographers, whether you are a professional who runs a photography studio or an amateur who wishes to share their photos with friends, there is something for everyone. WordPress has many features built right into it which will aid photographers, such as rich media support, photo galleries, blogging and

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How to Migrate WordPress

Staring down a WordPress migration and not sure where to get started? Don’t worry! Migrating WordPress is nowhere near as complicated as it once was. Even if you’re not super tech-savvy, I can almost guarantee you can figure out how to migrate WordPress without too much pain and suffering. Best of all – the method

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WordPress GPL Clubs

If you don’t know already, WordPress is a software licensed under the open-source GPL license. This license governs what you can and can’t do with WordPress. While the GPL license does allow you to reuse, modify and redistribute WordPress for personal as well as commercial purposes, it does require you to release your derivative work

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Guide to Install Google Analytics in WordPress

If you own a website, you need Google Analytics. Why? Because it helps you analyze your traffic and user behavior. It helps you answer dozens of questions that can literally skyrocket your sales overnight. Google Analytics can help you get more traffic and improve your conversion rate. Getting traffic to your website is important. But

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Common WordPress Errors

Something going wrong on your WordPress site is a scary thing, that’s for sure. But it’s also a situation that most WordPress webmasters have experienced at least once in their life (probably a lot more than that!). And as far as most common WordPress errors go, fixing the problem isn’t usually too difficult because most

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If you’re just getting your feet wet with WordPress, you’re probably coming across plenty of conflicting information about the world’s most popular content management system, right? You’re seeing terms like WordPress.com, WordPress.org, and self-hosted WordPress thrown about. So what is this WordPress.com vs WordPress.org dichotomy? If there’s one question that perplexes most WordPress beginners, it’s

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How to Add Font Awesome Icons to WordPress

Want to add Font Awesome icons to WordPress? Icons help add style and usability to your WordPress site. And of the many font icon collections out there, Font Awesome is one of the absolute best. But unfortunately, you can’t just jump in and start using Font Awesome icons on WordPress right away. Instead, you’ll need

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How to Backup WordPress to Dropbox

Dropbox was founded just over a decade ago in 2007, but it’s already become popular among a variety of different individuals, whether that means the average joe in need of a place to store their personal files safely or business folks who need a central location to store their business’ precious data for safekeeping. There’s

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WooCommerce vs Shopify

WooCommerce and Shopify power a significant portion of all online stores on the web. In fact, WooCommerce powers 41% of all online stores on “the entire Internet” while Shopify powers 6%, meaning these two platforms power just under 50% of the ecommerce world. Creating WooCommerce vs Shopify showdowns is inevitable because of this, and that’s

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