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Add Content to the End of Your RSS feed in WordPress

Add Content to the End of Your RSS feed in WordPress

Subscribe Sometimes its necessary to add content at the end of your RSS feed. Here is a little code that will help you to do that. You can add social pages, scripts and more using this method. Just paste the code below into your functions.php file and replace the content with whatever you want it Read More

Policy Breach Notice Google Adsense Email Notification

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Subscribe Dear Publisher, We have now verified that we are no longer detecting PII being passed to Google from the account(s) under your control. Thank you for helping to resolve this matter. Regards, The Google Policy Team Many people are receiving this email notification from Google and do not know what it is about. PII Read More

Flushing DNS cache in Windows Mac and Linux


Subscribe I have spoke about clearing your browser cache in previous articles but if you are still having problems seeing changes on your website there is one more thing that you may want to try if things are still quirky. That would be flushing the DNS cache on your computer.  Although this may look scary it Read More

How to Blog with WordPress using Microsoft Office


Subscribe If you want to learn how to blog with WordPress using Microsoft Office you have come to the right place. We have the typed out the instructions as well as a video to help you accomplish this goal. Below are the preliminary steps to set up the account with your Microsoft Office Word program. Read More

Lightbox for WordPress Forms


Subscribe Do you want to know how to do a lightbox for WordPress forms? Its really cool. If you do not know about lightbox yet it is a way to darken the background so that people can focus on a picture or a form. Here is an example basically click on the Contact Us link Read More

Remove “Howdy” in WordPress Quickly

Subscribe Wanna remove “Howdy” in WordPress? How many of you out there say “Howdy”? Maybe if you are from the south you may use that terminology however I had a client of mine that runs a Caledonian or Scottish blog.  The “Scots” do not use “Howdy” at all unless they are poking fun. So she said, Read More

How to Update Dedicated Server for ShellShock Bug


Subscribe What is the ShellShock Bug? Shellshock is a security vulnerability on your Dedicated or VPS server. It is a way for the bad guys to get in and manipulate things on your server and take away your fame and fortune! What is standing in their way? Me, because I am going to show you Read More

500 Internal Server Errors in WordPress Driving You Nuts?


Subscribe Do you have a 500 internal server error in WordPress that is driving you nuts? Well sit back, relax and read. This problem may be easier to solve than you think. There are a few things that may be causing this but more than likely if you are using the WordPress CMS the cause Read More

301 Redirect Old Posts to Give Them New Life

Subscribe Have you looked at your old posts lately? Some of them may be outdated and some of them you read them and think to yourself, “I could do better!”. One thing that you do NOT want to do is delete them! In the last post we learned how to properly change our permalink structure Read More

Using Bing Webmaster Tools


Subscribe ABSTRACT This is the final of 8 lessons concerning web development strategy. The student now has an arsenal of tools within their grasp. By the time the student reaches this point they are well equipped to implement an effective campaign strategy for any business. It should be noted that it is nothing short of Read More

Finding the Non-Secure Item on Your Website


Subscribe Finding the Non-Secure Item on Your Website is a cumbersome task sometimes. I have included on this post some resources that can help you find the culprit. What Needs To Be Secure When You Have An SSL? SSL is an acronym for Secure Socket Layer. Everything needs to be secure on a webpage that Read More



Subscribe Mobile friendly website are a must for today’s world and on into the future. Forecast’s show us that there will be more mobile internet users in 2014 than desktop users. Since there will be more than 1.6 billion internet users in 2014 you should be prepared for those people when they come and visit Read More

Setting up The WordPress CMS

Subscribe INTRODUCTION “Once you come up with a premise, you have to work out how it all happened. It’s a bit like coming up with a spectacular roof design first. Before you can get it up there, you need to build a solid foundation and supporting structure.” –Linwood Barclay[i] We will go over the administration Read More

Setting Up A Shared Server

Subscribe Setting Up A Shared Server Setting up your shared server is relatively easy. Since all the scripts are usually there for you just to click and install all you will have to do is follow the steps below. When you buy hosting space you will receive an IP address and usually a cPanel where Read More

How to increase page views in WordPress on long posts

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Subscribe How to increase page views in WordPress on long posts So my bloggers are very serious about their page views and bounce rate in their Google analytic’s. Most of them put hard work into writing their posts to make the content deep and informative. So how can we increase our page views with very long Read More