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Front-end editor for WordPress

The Front-end Editor lets you create your pages from the front-end of your site. You no longer have to navigate to the back-end, create a page that you’re not sure how it’s going to look on your site, preview it before you publish, and then publish.

HTTPS Everywhere on WordPress

Chris Coyer just recently moved to “HTTPS everywhere” on CSS-Tricks. He wrote up a blog post detailing the steps to get there. This video is a companion to that, talking through the steps, as he knows some folks prefer that style and the type of detail it...

Modify Divi Contact Form Module

How to modify the Divi contact form module, to show the wordpress post, page, project title as the email subject, instead of the old way.

WordPress Newsletter

After setting every thing up, installing WordPress, installing and configure WooCommerce, and importing all 30.000 customers into WordPress data base, it was time to send the weekly newsletter. Beside the newsletter we need it to have the ability to send emails which will inform the customers of their new accounts. We kept the username for each customer but the old password was changed with a new one, created for each user. So in total I will have to send over 60.000 emails.

Add “Open with Sublime Text 3” to Windows Explorer Context Menu

If you are like me, a daily user of Sublime Text 3, then you will find this code snippet very handy. What if you will be able to just right click on a folder and the Explorer Context Menu will have an option to open that folder or file directly in Sublime Text 3? The bellow code snippet will allow you to do just that. First open your favorite text editor and paste the code snippet bellow.

Google does not use the keywords meta tag in web ranking

Wow that’s nice, Google don’t use keywords meta tag in web ranking. So I think this is a good thing right, cause like Matt Cutts explains, this technique was used for spam a lot. Don’t get me wrong, don’t think that if you use keywords meta tag...