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How to Show User IP Addresses in WordPress

If you wish for your commenters to see their IP’s on your WordPress blog, this easy tutorial from Syed Balkhi and his team at WPBeginner will show you how to tweak your site’s code so it every time a user visits your site, they will be able to view their own IP address.

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How to Personalize Your WordPress Admin Color Scheme

The recently released WordPress 3.8 comes with great new features, and one of these is an upgraded WP-Admin UI with a fresh new look.

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Enabling Major Auto Updates in WordPress 3.7

The recently released WordPress version 3.7 showcases automatic updates as one of its best features. But generally, this is applicable only to minor or security updates, such as moving up from 3.7 to 3.7.1, but not to 3.8 because then it will be a significant change.

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Active Admin For Ruby On Rails

Today’s featured Ruby gem provides users with a Ruby on Rails MVC framework an administration dashboard that comes with an out of the box user interface. This gem allows developers to manage data using a web-based UI. The UI comes with lots of documentation that’ll enable any RoR developer to get going on its project, […]

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eBag Toolkit

eBag is a web-based toolkit for small and large business owners who are looking to move their company’s management software to the web but still would like to keep all their sensitive business data to themselves, and not have to share any crucial information with the ISPs. eBag provides a business owner an administration utility […]

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Twitter Cards PHP 1.1

If you want to increase your brand’s value and its visibility on Twitter then you might want to have this nice PHP class for Niall Kennedy’s Twitter Cards tool. This class supports all Twitter Cards modes: summary, story, image, and video. For those who still aren’t familiar with Twitter Cards, it’s basically an API that […]

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Selfoss 2.4 – A Nice and Simple Alternative To Google Reader

Since Google announced its intention on ending the life of its web-based RSS reader, most of the people who have been using it for a long time have been  scrambling to look for a good alternative. If you’re one of those people then you might want to check today’s featured script called selfoss 2.4. Developed […]

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Watermark Your Images With Watimage 0.7

Waimage is a PHP class is a nifty component for primarily for watermarking images, which was developed by Oscar Casajuana. But Watimage 0.7 isn’t just a PHP class for watermarking images; it can actually be used as a standalone PHP class or as a CakePHP component as well. Moreover, it’s not just a tool for […]

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WordPress Titles With No Plugin

Like other WordPress users, Web designer Chris Ferdinandi is one of many who would prefer to use little to no plugins at all when it comes to certain website functions. In his case, he decided to drop the All-in-One SEO Pack plugin in favor of a fewer lines of code in his site’s header. In […]

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Add Breadcrumbs Without A Plugin In WordPress

Using breadcrumbs for page navigation is a great way to let your visitors know where they are and where they came from as they navigate your website; it gives them an idea of your site’s page hierarchy. Plus, did you know that it is also one way to optimize your site for search engines as […]

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