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bcastle
1 week ago

My department has a blog on WordPress. It's primarily to keep team members and customers up to date on nonproprietary developments that...

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stylor
3 weeks ago

I have a self-hosted WordPress blog, and I want to add a personalized favicon to it (a favicon is the little image that is in the address bar next to the...

Tags: favicon, Wordpress |
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becker
5 weeks ago
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We want to run a content-managed website. Which is the better development platform: Joomla, Wordpress, or Drupal? Is there another...

Tags: Drupal, Joomla, Wordpress |
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boonmack
6 weeks ago

plz help me to find any premium WP themes for free...

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jhotz
12 weeks ago

If I don’t want to use an “off-the-shelf” theme with Wordpress, what’s the easiest way to effectively customize a theme? I’m not sure I’m ready to build one...

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ttopp
13 weeks ago

I spend an inordinate amount of time removing spam from a couple wordpress blogs that I am responsible for. How can I keep the amount of...

Tags: spam, Wordpress |
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EnricM
20 weeks ago

There's this great article here at ITWorld on how to make a Facebook page RSS to be read elsewhere: ...

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ernard
25 weeks ago

How can I add audio files to WordPress blog post?

Tags: blogging, Wordpress |
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