Articles Tagged “wordpress”

  • Gravity Forms for WordPress = Win

    Gravity Forms for WordPress = Win

    If you run a WordPress website and you wish to be able to collect information from your clients, members or customers, then you will benefit greatly from the Gravity Forms plugin. Here at Page Progressive we believe, as do many others, that Gravity Forms is the best data collecting option out there for WordPress if […]

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    New Facebook WordPress Plugin

    By now, you are well aware of Facebook and its plethora of cohorts like Twitter, Google and other social media sites. And, if you are an avid user of Facebook, you also know that Facebook is always changing or adding features-some of these are loved, and others, maybe not so much. But recently Facebook has […]

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    4 Ways to Bulletproof Your WordPress Site

    Malicious hackers-many might say they are the bane of the Internet! After all, there are few things more frustrating than dealing with spam, objectionable content and in some extreme cases, complete overhauls of websites due to your website getting hacked. Hackers can cost time and money-neither of which most of us want to spend on […]

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    WordPress 3.4 “Green”

    WordPress 3.4 has been released! We recommend that everyone running WordPress to upgrade as it will ensure a more secure and faster running site, plus some other neat additions. According to The WordPress website, “This release includes significant improvements to theme customization, custom headers, Twitter embeds (see example of one below), and image captions.” Click […]

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    April 2012 Website Client Spotlights

    Here at Page Progressive, we create a variety of websites for a broad range of clients. From time to time, we like to highlight some of our client’s websites along with whom they are and what they do, so others can be aware of area businesses and organizations. This month, we are spotlighting Scottie’s Building […]

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    Tim Thumb…No Not a Fairy Tale

    If you run a WordPress website, especially if you use a pre-built template, there is a good chance that your theme uses the timthumb.php script for resizing images. That script was found to be exploitable several months ago, and there has been updates released to patch your file, but many don’t know how to do […]

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    WordPress Now Powering Nearly a Quarter of New Active US Websites

    How You can be a Part of the Success of WordPress Powering 22 out of every 100 new active domains and 14.7% of the top million websites worldwide, WordPress has shown repeatedly that it is a viable force on the Web. In fact, in July, WordPress.com blogs exceeded the 50 million mark and each month […]

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    36 Best WordPress Plugins for Building your Business

    As one of the most popular blogging platforms and content management systems, WordPress is a “household name” for anyone familiar with web design. With its ease of use, customization and extensive features, WordPress is a one-stop solution for just about anything, thanks to the vast number of great WordPress plugins.

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    WordPress 3.2 Update

    Yesterday Matt Mullenweg, a bigwig with the WordPress content management system, posted this: Last week we released WordPress 3.2, a version focused on making WP faster and lighter with a refreshed dashboard, new Twenty Eleven theme, a zen writing mode, and more: http://wordpress.org/news/2011/07/gershwin/ We waited to email because there were some issues  with the JSON module […]

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    What is PHP Programming and Why Should you Care?

    So you want to develop a website where that you can track phone calls, emails and follow ups, as well as manage billing , inventory/ and the status of team projects. Or perhaps you want to create your own online community or social media website. No Problem! Thanks to the versatility of the open source […]