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The Advantage of WordPress

On Episode 29 of The Edge of Innovation, we’re talking about the advantage of WordPress and CMS for business websites. What is a CMS? If you are looking to build a website, WordPress is a CMS that is used by 30% of the internet, and is easy to manage. SaviorLabs can get you set up and running with a world-class website using WordPress.

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Agreeing to Allow Sneakiness

On Episode 23 of the Edge of Innovation, we discuss various topics such as data mining, new WordPress features, social selling, ReactJS and OpenStreetMap.

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Charity Non-Profit Fundrising WP Theme

GoRising Charity Fundrising Non-Profit WP Theme v1.3 – This WP Themes perfect solution for charity, non-profits or fundrising organizations or websites. It’s built with latest web technologies like Bootstrap 3, WordPress 4.0, HTMl5/CSS3 etc. It comes with PayPal Donation System fully integrated and ready to use, Mailchimp subscription, WooCommerce, WPML + RTL (right to left), Intuitive Drag & Drop Page Builder (PT Builder worth $19.00), great 6 Custom Post Types, all default WP widgets and 8 Custom Widgets, Powerful Admin panel with awesome Theme Options, Calendar Events, more than 30+ Custom Elements/Shortcodes and a lot of other useful things which can be used for great user experience. Beside this there is a lot of layout options/styles which can be changed like, border radius, choose …

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How to Add Custom Code to Your WordPress Site (It’s Easier Than You Think!)

Writing PHP, CSS, and HTML5 to modify a WordPress site can get pretty frustrating, but a good guide can make it easier. This is not that guide. This is just about how to add the code to your site once it’s already done. Don’t worry, though – that’s just as important. As there are quite a few ways to go about it, it helps to know the differences between the various options. But first, two warnings: Before you modify anything, back it up. In fact, keep backing up your work throughout the process. It also helps to have a separate file to paste discarded or soon-to-be-used code snippets into. If you installed someone else’s theme, never add code to your …

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How to Add Custom Code to Your WordPress Site (It’s Easier Than You Think!)

9 Most Useful .htaccess Tricks for WordPress

Many WordPress users come across .htaccess file when fixing their permalinks. However you can do so much more. The .htaccess file is a powerful configuration file that allows you to improve your site’s security and performance. In this article, we will show you 9 most useful .htaccess tricks for WordPress that you can try on your site right away. Getting Started Before you make any changes, you need to backup your existing .htaccess file. Connect to your website using an FTP client and simply download the .htaccess file to your computer. If something goes wrong, then you can upload the backup file. If you cannot see the .htaccess file, then make sure your FTP client is configured to show hidden files. Read our guide on why you …

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