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Learn how to install new plugin through search tab in WordPress
By default, WordPress assigns ‘admin’ as your username. It’s a bad practice to leave username as ‘admin’ because it might make your website vulnerable to brute force attacks.
So, learn how to change the default WordPress login admin username through this screencast.
We are creating DevotePress screencast to help you understand WordPress visually through videos. However, we are first starting this for WordPress beginners. And we will slowly move on to advance WordPress tutorials. Here’s the first beginner video of the series: How to Write and Publish a New Post on WordPress Most of the tutorial videos we see on YouTube is too long. So, we’re trying to make the videos upto Continue Reading →
Most bloggers and writers prefer Markdown nowadays because of it’s lightweight and simple nature. Markdown is a super simple way to add formatting like headers, bullet lists, links, blockquote etc. It has all the advantages of plain text, but with the organizational power of a word processor. Before Markdown existed, we would use HTML for organizing post through plain text, or avoid HTML and use visual editor. Markdown does the same Continue Reading →
We usually add new plugins by using the search tab as mentioned in the previous article. However, there are times when we need to upload the plugin instead of using the search tab. We might need to use old version of plugin due to compatibility issues. Some other times, the plugin might not be available in the WordPress plugin directory. However, we do recommend you not to use plugin not Continue Reading →
Plugins are what powers WordPress websites. While there are many ways you can perform this action, we are going to show you instructions on how to add new plugin through search tab. Follow the following steps to add a new plugin through search tab. Go to Plugins -> Add New You will enter the Install Plugins screen There in the search box, type the plugin you want to install on your Continue Reading →
In the previous article, “How to Extract Twitter Widget HTML Code” we discussed how to extract HTML code from twitter. Now, in this article, we will walk you through the process of displaying recent tweets on WordPress sidebar. However, we assume that you already have the HTML code which you receive after you follow instructions from previous article on ‘How to Extract Twitter Widget HTML Code‘. Go to your website Continue Reading →
Twitter is one of the most popular social networking site along with Facebook. There are high users and chances are, you also have a twitter account for your blog or business. If you don’t add twitter updates to your website, then you’ll miss out on potential news hit or blog post views. Of course, more than anything it’s personal preference to show or ignore your recent tweets. If you’re into Continue Reading →