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ABOUT WORDPRESS THEMES

  WordPress themes are basically templates, a collection of files that define the basic function and look of your site. Look at it as a costume that you put in on a body. It makes it look a lot better, providing your own distinct style or fashion. Do you know what makes WordPress a great..

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Corona SDK Business apps

Creating business apps with Corona Labs SDK

In today’s world where almost everyone owns a smart phone, businesses must take marketing strategies to a whole new level. Need a bigger customer base? – Mobile apps. Need better exposure for your products? – Mobile apps.  Want to increase your sales? – Mobile apps! These are just a few among the array of benefits..

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WordPress.org

WordPress.com or WordPress.org – Telling Them Apart

When you started using WordPress, have you ever wondered about the distinction between WordPress.org and WordPress.com? This has been a point of confusion for many and deciding which one to use becomes a catch. Let’s start with the basic and try to simplify the difference. WordPress is a software, a PHP – MySQL based application..

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Creating tests with TestCafe

Creating Tests with TestCafe

Creating a new Fixture After installing TestCafe into your server or local machine, you can start doing simultaneous tests by creating a new “Fixture”. In the TestaCafe Control Panel, click “New Fixture” button which will open a pop up form where you could specify fixture name and the target web page. When done filling up..

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Installing TestCafe on a Linux Apache Server

Follow these steps: 1. Download TestCafe’s Installation package (gzip format) from DevExpress. They are offering a free 30 day trial period which includes full access to their dedicated support desk. – Extract gzip and recompress it as zip file – Because some server extracts gzip as a whole document which is a wrong output and not as a..

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SEO practice using robots.txt

Robots.txt Best Practices for SEO

Website owners have a lot more control over the way search engines look at their site than they may realize. Left to their own devices, search engines – or, rather, their robots – crawl the web looking into every nook and cranny they can find. When a search engine’s robot arrives on your site, it..

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Caching Content Best Practices for SEO

Caching Content Best Practices for SEO

The world of the Internet can be confusing for those who are unfamiliar with the terminology. One term that does cause confusion is “cache”. Some people may think of the cache behind their browser that they frequently empty to gain disc space. Others will think of the cache that a search engine holds – really..

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Page Compression Best Practices for SEO

Page Compression Best Practices for SEO

One of the most underused tools a website owner has at their disposal is that of page compression. When a user clicks on a link, their browser sends a request to the web page at the end of that link. The website then neatly packages the page and sends it through to the user’s browser..

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External Links: Best SEO Practices

External Links: Best SEO Practices

When it comes to external links, what is the best way to produce solid long-lasting SEO benefits? First, let’s clarify what is meant by “external links.” Are we talking about links to point out from your website or links to are offsite and point in? Both could be considered external links. Outbound Links Best Practices..

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