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WordPress is a free and open source blogging tool and a content management system (CMS) based on PHP and MySQL. It has many features including a plug-in architecture and a template system. WordPress is used by over 14.7% of Alexa Internet’s “top 1 million” websites and as of August 2011 manages 22% of all new websites.


What appealing features does WordPress have?

WordPress CMS has not only become one of the most popular blogging software due to its versatility, but also for its many appealing and attractive features. It offers the most recent technology over any software of its kind. As a blog owner, you have the choice of many hundreds of different plugins. Create the ultimate […]


WordPress CMS explained!

WordPress is very popular and commonly used software used for blogging. It is a free and open source CMS, content management system, which allows its users to create, edit, publish, maintain and update their blogs. This is a central interface system, which is powered by a state of the art data banks ensuring that every […]


Making Sticky Posts in WordPress

  We have written about how to display recent sticky posts in WordPress, but we never covered how to make sticky posts which was our shortcoming because one of our users asked us this question. Making Sticky Posts in WordPress is really easy. First you would need to login to your WP-Admin Panel, and open […]


Tutorials – BuddyPress Shortcodes Plugin

A while back I thought about ways to make BuddyPress integrate with the regular posts and pages within WordPress better. I had no idea to properly display BuddyPress information in posts, sidebar or templates. So I came up with the idea to use WordPress Shortcodes to display BuddyPress related content anywhere. Download Bowe Codes (BuddyPress […]


Tutorials – Activity Default to My Friends

This method has some bugs but is a good reference and good start to accomplish adding new tabs to the members page.This Buddypress snippet is meant to change the default activity feed to show ‘My Friends’ instead of ‘All Members’. This involves editing the following 3 files: functions.php, activity-loop.php and header.php – Note: all of […]


How To – Track Links in WordPress using Google Analytics

Earlier, we wrote about how to install Google Analytics in WordPress, and we have received tons of questions from our users. One of the most commonly asked question was how to track links in WordPress using Google Analytics? Well in this article, we will show you how to track links in WordPress using Google Analytics. […]