ServerPress.com | Developer and Designer Solutions for WordPress Hi! I’m Stephen, creator of ServerPress.com. Welcome to my site. I created ServerPress.com as a place to share professional solutions using WordPress, BuddyPress, and bbPress for design and development. I believe that WordPress has a bright future as the de facto standard for delivering the newest Web 3.0 paradigms and that business professionals using WordPress will be in the highest demand. WordPress as a website solution platform is proven by possessing over 40% of CMS distribution.
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15 Point Checklist: WordPress Start-Up Guide After Installation 15 Things You Should Do Before Writing a Word Some people install a new WordPress site more often than they change their underwear. And some people, of course, might install a WordPress site only once or twice in their lives. (And some people, unfortunately, fall into both of these categories.) Whichever type you are, after you’ve installed WordPress on your domain, there are still a number of things you should do before you ever write a word. Below is a checklist of the fifteen most important steps you should go through before hitting “Publish.”
Updating WordPress Updating WordPress Languages: English • Español • Français • suomi • עברית • Italiano • 日本語 • ქართული • Português do Brasil • Русский • Slovenčina • 中文(简体) • 中文(繁體) • (Add your language) WARNING: The upgrade process will affect all files and folders included in the main WordPress installation.
Useful WordPress Configuration Tricks That You May Not Know If functions.php is the single most important file in your WordPress theme, then wp-config.php is the single most important file in your entire WordPress installation. This file can be used to configure database functionalities, enhance performance, and improve security on all WordPress powered websites and blogs. In this article, we will share some of the most useful WordPress configuration tricks that you may not know yet. By default, WordPress installation does not come with a file wp-config.php. The default install comes with a sample file known as wp-config-sample.php.
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Overview The Wordpress Google calendar plugin allows for the integration of a Google calendar into a Wordpress blog. We are currently at release 0.8.5. You can download it at the right ===>. For release notes, please see the change log. wpng-calendar - A Wordpress plugin for integrating a Google calendar
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We have talked a lot about WordPress 3.0 and its capabilities. One of the major feature is ability to run multiple blogs from single WordPress installation. In this tutorial, I will guide you on how you can install multiple WordPress blog in WordPress 3.0. To get started with this upgrade your WordPress to 3.0 and enable multiple site network option. Once you have edited your wp-config.php file to enable multiple network settings, go to Tools > Network : You will see a screen like this: You have two options to select from How to Enable Wordpress MU (Multisite) into Wordpress 3.0
Plugins needed to pimp up your Wordpress community website WordPress is the most used free platform for creating blogs and other kind of sites. It works great for individual blogs but what about community sites? We picked up from web a list of plugins that transform wordpress into a community site and gives you the option to have powerfull members management and profiles. Alkivia Open Community
Mar 18 2010 Most bloggers would love to see more of a sense of community among the regular visitors to their blog. Sure, discussions sometimes take place in the comments of various posts, but it all seems a bit disorganized and they never really get off the ground. There has to be a better way to create a real sense of community on a WordPress blog. The good news is that there are plenty of great plugins out there that can help you get your visitors more involved in your blog. Some are simple: they let your users submit content they think is useful, or make it easier to have a real discussion in comments. Building Community Sites with WordPress: 15 Plugins to Get Started - Noupe Design Blog
Method A: Installation with the Installer Using the installer version is the easiest way to install XAMPP. After the installation is complete, you will find XAMPP under Start | Programs | XAMPP. You can use the XAMPP Control Panel to start/stop all server and also install/uninstall services. The XAMPP control panel for start/stop Apache, MySQL, FilaZilla & Mercury or install these server as services. Method B: "Installation" without the Installer
Installing WordPress Locally on Your Mac With MAMP Installing WordPress Locally on Your Mac With MAMP What is MAMP? MAMP stands for Macintosh, Apache, MySQL, and PHP. MAMP is an application you can install on your Mac which allows you to have access to a local PHP server and MySQL server. Essentially, MAMP gives you all of the tools you need to run WordPress on your machine, for development and testing purposes.
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