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Charter – The Best WordPress Lawyer Theme

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We are pleased to announce the availability of Charter, our new WordPress theme for lawyers and legal firms. With its professional look and clear appearance, Charter is designed with law firms and lawyers in mind. It has all the features that you would need to effortlessly build your business website. Here are some of its

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Accountancy – The Best WordPress Theme for Accountants

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Accountancy - The Best WordPress theme for accountants

We are proud to announce the release of Accountancy, our new WordPress theme for CPA and accountants. Accountancy is designed with the need of professional accountants and accounting agencies in mind. It features a clean-cut look with all the features you would need to build a professional business website. Here are some of its features:

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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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WordPress 3.0 Released

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It was just announced today that WordPress 3.0 has been released and you can get it here. This is considered a pretty big release with many new features and bug fixes, I’ll list some notable ones below: A merge of WordPress MU and WordPress, making it possible to run multiple sites from one installation. New

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Dirty WordPress Hack Going Around, Cloaked to Search Engines

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Recently there’s been a WordPress hack going around which has been using cloaking to target Google IP addresses. That means, the spammers/hackers are somehow getting into your WordPress blog, and generating a bunch of spam content and links that only Google can see. This particular hack uses some particularly dirty methods which include inserting spam

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