WordPress, like many other web content management systems, rely heavily on the use of plugins, libraries, and dynamic server requests using PHP to serve content to its viewers, but with all of the calls to the server, and a massive amount of plugins running on the site, overhead for a simple page load can often [...]
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Hello everyone! For all of you that have noticed, there’s a new (and important) update available for WordPress. Version 2.9 features can be found here. I write this post for people who have had troubles upgrading their WordPress in the past or recently using the automatic service provided. A typical problem with automatic upgrades looks [...]
In this tutorial, I will show you how simple it is to set up Microsoft Office Word 2007 for posting WordPress posts to your blog. It’s a really nice feature for those who spend a lot of time writing their blogs in Word and then pasting them into WordPress, or for those whose posts are [...]
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Brett Widmann is a WordPress developer for a marketing agency in Kenosha called Dooley and Associates. A graduate from UWSP in Computer Information Systems, Web and Digital Media Development, and Religious Studies, Brett has loved everything web since he was a teenager and enjoys making the internet a better place, one website at a time.