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How to setup wordpress in other languages – WordPress in your language

Millions of websites are powered by wordpress and the reason behind its popularity is that it suits anyone’s needs. There are many other reasons like unlimited resources, plugins, themes, easy to install, SEO friendly, supports multiple languages etc. English is the global and most preferred language which we all know and wordpress by default installs …

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How to add Google plus +1 and “add to circles” badge in wordpress site

After reading our article on Facebook like box, hope you have added Facebook like box in your wordpress website. Have you got a page in Google plus, then why not add your Google plus page badge in your wordpress website. Just like Facebook, Google plus provides various badges and +1 buttons for bloggers and webmasters. …

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How to change wordpress theme name – Rename theme folder and hide it

Do you know that people can easily find out what wordpress theme you are using in your site? Just right click your website and view page source; you will see your theme name like this (yoursitename.com/wp-content/themes/your theme name). Do you wish not to show your theme details to public? Then simply change your wordpress theme …

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What are Trackbacks and Pingbacks in wordpress and their differences?

WordPress is unlimited in terms of potential and imagination and so users need huge resources. When we first started this blog, we posted all about wordpress unsystematically. Later we planned to make things organized and then we started posting from basics and finally to go on with advanced topics. We have covered most of the …

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Make wordpress menu links nofollow – rel=”nofollow” to menu navigation

Recently a visitor asked us how to make the wordpress menu links nofollow. First of all nofollow is a link element that tells Google not to pass any ranking values (page rank) to the other linked document. Honestly adding rel=”nofollow” is very useful to maintain your page strength. We have once discussed a lot about …

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