Tag: wordpress

How to migrate blogs between WordPress sites using WP-CLI

        Filed under: Agile development, WordPress

For several reasons, the need to migrate blog posts from one site to another may arise. Maybe you changed your domain as part of your marketing strategy or you have several sites and want to centralize the blog for all of them. Whatever the reason may be, the procedure is simple. First of all, we … Continued

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How to migrate content from Drupal 7 to WordPress 4?

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Sometimes you realize the technology you used for your application or website is actually more complex than needed (do you remember what this acronym KISS means?) or maybe you just want to get on the same wavelength and try this famous CMS (WordPress) everybody is talking about. In either case, you cannot just dismiss your thousands … Continued

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How to migrate a multi-site WordPress installation to Pantheon?

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A lot of people use the WordPress multi-site feature to build and manage their sites (even wordpress.com does it) as it allows them to have an almost infinite number of web sites in just one installation. This might look like an efficient approach, but it has disadvantages and remember that all that glitters is not gold (see more on https://pantheon.io/blog/nobody-ever-goes-back-multisite). … Continued

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Unconfirmed WordPress Security Flaw in the Wild

        Filed under: Cyber security, Web Design, WordPress

Normally we wouldn’t publish any warnings regarding unconfirmed security vulnerabilities. But this particular security issue has a credible source and possible consequences that makes it important to reflect over.   The short story: At the moment all versions of WordPress are subject to this vulnerability, and there is still no update released that will protect … Continued

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How to change the number of posts per page in WordPress admin area

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This is an easy trick to change the number of posts per page that are displayed in the Posts administration module of WordPress. Once logged into the administration area of WordPress, go to Posts. You will find a tab called “Screen Options” in the top right of that screen. Click on that tab. The “Screen Options” … Continued

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Photos of WordPress WordCamp Miami 2014

        Filed under: Web Design, WordPress Design

Last weekend inQbation attended the 5th annual WordCamp event in Miami. Here are some of the photos we took during the event. Below is the cover presentation of John James Jacoby, BuddyPress and bbPress lead developer, who gave a presentation about the history of those two projects. Seven members of inQbation attended Miami Wordcamp. We took advantage of the great networking opportunities to promote our most … Continued

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How We Monitor Your WordPress Website for Security and Performance

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Each one of our clients is very important to us, and keeping your websites safe, secure, and accessible is our top priority. Let me share with you some of the ways we go about making sure your WordPress website is protected from potential security threats. We prefer MediaTemple’s DV Developer hosting for our clients’ websites … Continued

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Secure your WordPress site by running the latest version of WordPress

        Filed under: Web Design, WordPress Design

The latest stable version of WordPress the day this article is being published is WordPress 3.5.1. Running the latest version of WordPress on your site is more important than you might think. As you probably know WordPress is the world’s most popular and user friendly CMS. Hence, most hackers focus their attacks on this CMS. … Continued


WordPress Security Tips To Prevent Hacking

        Filed under: Cyber security, WordPress

I’ve been a full-time blogger for seven years. During those seven years I’ve had my blogs hacked twice. It was an absolute nightmare of sorts! I sincerely hope you’ve never been hacked, but it is important to have preventative measures in place to keep it from happening to you. Some helpful tips to help ensure … Continued

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How a CMS works

How a CMS works

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In its simplest form, a content management system (CMS) is a database driven software application that lives on the web and it pulls data (information) from the database and presents it consistently to a web visitor’s browser through a template. The template usually consists of design and layout features such as a standard header, footer, … Continued

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