Welcome to my new WordPress plugin, ‘SSL for Logged In Users’. I could not find any plugin, that would simply keep the logged in user on secure SSL for the entire session, so I hacked this one up. Its a really simple plugin, and makes no changes to the database, sweet! The plugin forces all … Read moreSSL for Logged In Users – WordPress Plugin
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Do you have many domains with shared hosting and several WordPress databases installed? Having trouble finding which database belongs to which domain? Here is your answer. You can find which database belongs to each domain as shown below. It is recommended to make a note of each Domain’s database (Domain name + Database name) for future reference. … Read moreHow to identify a domain’s WordPress database
WordPress is an easy to use Web framework. Free websites or blogs can be setup at Wordpress.org and all information on how to do so, is found there. Wordpress can also be highly customised with a little technical knowledge, some html or php experience, and these plugins assist greatly. To install a plugin you generally just need … Read moreWordPress Plugins recommended for WordPress 2.6.2
How to Restore your WordPress Database The easy and secure way, using phpMyAdmin. A good backup copy of your database can be Restored simply, even if your current database has been corrupted! Required for phpMyAdmin Restore of WordPress database Hosting Control Panel access, like cPanel or Plesk, including username and password – obtained from hosting … Read moreRestore WordPress Database
How to Backup your WordPress Database The easy and secure way, using phpMyAdmin. Backup of your database should be done regularly, especially before installing a Plugin or Upgrading WordPress. Then, when and if trouble arises, you have an entire copy of your data including users, pages, posts, comments, plugin variables, settings, etc. The only things … Read moreBackup Database WordPress
Before you upgrade WordPress, you need to back it up so you don’t lose your blog posts, pages and anything else that can be lost on your blog. This has happened to me on more than one occasion and it’s really not worth the agro of having to go back to your hosting provider to … Read moreHow To Backup Your WordPress Blog?
This Beginner-level WordPress Tutorial by Mark McLaren of McBuzz Communications shows you how to make a static WordPress Page your home page (also called “front” page). The default WordPress home page in most themes shows the chronological blog post entries with the most recent post at the top. You can create a static page using … Read moreWordPress Tutorial – Make a Static Page Your Home/Front Page