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By: Dave Clements

Backups of your WordPress database and files are essential in case something happens to your site. Updraft does backups for you on a regular basis automatically so that you can rest in the knowledge that you always have a backup should the worst happen.

By: Dave Clements

WordPress is some immensely useful and powerful publishing software and this tutorial will show you how to install it so that you can unleash its full power on the web and start creating your online content.

By: Dave Clements

It’s never been more important to load your pages as fast as possible, and smush.it helps optimize your images to help you achieve that by automatically optiziming every image that you upload to WordPress

By: Dave Clements

The Google +1 button is a way for your readers to tell their friends that they like your content and this tutorial shows you how to install it on your WordPress site

By: Dave Clements

Adding a checkbox to your comments form is an excellent way to present your readers with the option of signing up to your mailing list. Doing so will increase your core readership and enable you to engage with them more.

By: Dave Clements

The SOUP plugin allows you to show off your upcoming posts in your WordPress sidebar, so that users will be tempted to sign up to your RSS feed and become more frequent readers on your site.

By: Dave Clements

WordPress themes can be just a few files, but to take full advantage of what WordPress can do, you need to know what theme files exist and what they can all do

By: Dave Clements

WordPress site owners now have an extra tool in their toolbox for assessing their site’s load speed performance, monitoring it over time and getting specific details about what elements of their site are causing them the biggest hindrance to loading quickly.

By: Dave Clements

By creating a very simple shortcode, we can easily print the current date or time on any post or page in WordPress, which will update dynamically.

By: Dave Clements

Most site owners end up wanting to put ads on their site at one point or another. This tutorial shows you how to easily insert them into your posts after a specified number of paragraphs, so they’re not lurking at the beginning of your article.

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