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Help Redux Framework to become more awesome!

Suppose you’ve got a beautiful and awesome cake on your birthday but it has someone else’s name written on it. How would you feel then?

Of course you won’t like it until you see your name written on it. Now someone told you that the name can be replaced but the process is a bit complex if you are not in the baking industry. So what would you do then?

Exactly in the same way, when you buy an awesome theme/template for your WordPress site, you need to modify lots of things according to your own requirement. You need to change branding elements like logo, banner, slider images. You need to change menus on different locations, styles for displaying content, footer text, social links, even you may need to change colors and appearance of different elements of you site. Read more

How to Enable Shortcode in BBPress Reply

ShortCode is a pretty useful feature in WordPress. Developers provides some shortcodes for the users to use, which acts like a macro and extend the functionality to a functional output.

Today we will extend the BBPress feature so that user can use shortcode in BBPress reply. By default, if you post a shortcode in a topic reply, the shortcode is not rendered, it is shown as it is. We can make that shortcode working with a pretty simple solution. Read more

10 things you need to do after installing WordPress

After fresh installation of WordPress this are the most important thing to make your site secure, beautiful and smoothly running.

1. Change the Admin Password

When we install WordPress for the first time, it generates a password for you that is very hard to remember unless you have done some memory courses. So the first thing that you should do after installing WordPress is change this WordPress password Read more

How to change WordPress admin password from database with phpMyAdmin

If you have a WordPress site, there is a pretty big chance you will need to change your password frequently for security reasons. If you change your password quite often, it decreases the chance of someone else knowing the password and take control over it. So it’s always a good practice.

But what if you can’t remember what your last password was? Or your site is hacked? Or any other admin has changed it but didn’t inform you yet? Or you just lost it? Read more

How to Hide Admin Bar in WordPress

I like the admin bar at the top of my WordPress website, it helps me to navigate easily to some dashboard pages. But based on the design of the theme, some people don’t like the admin bar in the front end. Moreover, some admins don’t want to show the admin bar to the normal users (subscribers) or show admin bar for admin only.

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How to create a WordPress MU-Plugin

Back in 2004, in WordPress 1.2 plugin was introduced in this platform. Since then, plugin is the most important part of WordPress system. WordPress has given us enough flexibility to extend the functionality by plugin.

We all are already used to with plugin. Whenever we need a plugin we can keep deactivated that plugin, or activate it when we need. But, sometimes we need something important and we always want to keep that functionality active in our WordPress site. Here comes mu-plugins. “mu-plugins” means Must Use Plugins – the plugins is always activated and there is no way to deactivate that plugin.

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