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How to Protect Your WordPress Site From Duplicate Content

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How to Protect Your WordPress Site From Duplicate Content

Duplicate content is a growing concern among site owners. WordPress creates several pages with duplicate content, this includes date archives, categories, tags, etc. Apart from these, content scrapers are also a threat to newer sites. Sometimes these content scrapers could even rank higher than the original site. In this article, I will talk about protecting

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How to Add a Multimedia Slider in WordPress

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How to Add Multimedia Slides in WordPress

Sliders are beautiful and an easy way to grab user attention. You can add videos, text, buttons anything you want in a slider. But the problem is that you don’t want the slider to slow down your site. In this article, I will show you how to create beautiful multimedia slides in WordPress using my

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How to Tweak Your WordPress Website Colors

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Tweak Theme Colors

There are WordPress frameworks available that allow you to choose the colors your website uses. Most themes however control the color scheme of your website directly through the style.css stylesheet template. Modifying your color scheme through your stylesheet is not as user-friendly as using a color picker. Therefore, non-technical users may find this method of

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New Beginning – Say Hello to the New ThemeLab

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Hello and Welcome to the new ThemeLab. ThemeLab was started in 2007 by Leland Fiegel with the aim to make it an authoritative source of WordPress themes. However due to time constraints and other personal obligations, Leland was unable to focus on the project. In late 2013, my team acquired ThemeLab. Over the last 6

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Get The Google Malware Hammer For Commented Out CSS

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Get The Google Malware Hammer For Commented Out CSS

Yes, you read that right. Here’s the deal: WPTavern interviews a split-testing service Split-testing service site gets flagged for malware (terrible timing, I know). Why? Because their style.css had a comment referencing another site with an actual malware infection. That’s it. Read more about it in this comment. If you’re a WordPress consultant, developer, or

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