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How to Speed up WordPress and Convert to SSL

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Speeding up your WordPress site is not as difficult as you might think, but it can cause some hair pulling if you don’t know how to do it. If you check your site with Google PageSpeed Insights, you will probably get a lot of frustrating useful messages that can be a bit difficult to understand, especially if you are using a couple of plugins as well.

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Why You Need a Mobile Friendly Website

We all know that the mobile versions of sites are crucial. Many website owners choose the mobile version of their website instead of the regular site. Many have launched a very successful web application supplying users with music, news and other things. But, however, if the mobile version of the site is the only point of your strategy, then you’re missing out. Optimization factor for the mobile version of websites is quickly becoming an essential condition for attracting visitors to the site. Here are the five reasons why you need a mobile internet site:

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Free Responsive HTML Theme: Collodion



The Collodion HTML Theme is an elegant and minimalistic theme perfect for portfolios and personal sites. You may use this theme in any way you like (both personal and commercial projects).

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Responsive CSS Timeline

What is it?

Create beautiful and simple timelines with the Responsive CSS Timeline. It works on all screen sizes and adapts to browser font size settings. It is easy to integrate and will not conflict with existing CSS and HTML. Check out the demo and download now. Feel free to leave a comment if anything is unclear.

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Superboxes – Beautiful Content With CSS

Centering elements with CSS

Centering elements with CSS is not as easy as it should be. For example, center a heading in the middle of a div can be quite frustrating. Vertical will not work in a standard div. However, the technique in this article can be used to build lots of cool stuff.

Let’s first look at the basics, and then make some beautiful CSS boxes using this technique. (You can download all the examples in this article and use in any way you want. Scroll down to see examples). I call them Superboxes.

Please share if you like, and comments are always welcome. Enjoy!

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Custom Post Type in WordPress

This WordPress function will add a custom post type using default categories to your admin panel (change values as preferred)

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Get Metadata From Photos in WordPress

This code snippet pulls out metadata from photos automatically. If no ISO metadata is available, the code assumes that the metadata is stripped out from the picture, and nothing will be displayed.

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WordPress: Show Content to Logged in Users Only

Paste the code below in functions.php

add_shortcode( 'member', 'member_check_shortcode' );

function member_check_shortcode( $atts, $content = null ) {
	 if ( is_user_logged_in() && !is_null( $content ) && !is_feed() )
		return $content;
	return 'Sorry, you must be logged in to view this content';

Shortcode to show content only to logged in users


Only logged in users can see this content


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Buddypress Force Login

If you have a Buddypress site and want your visitors to register to get access, just add this code to your functions.php

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Add a Word Counter to WordPress Posts

By default WordPress count words in the text area when you write posts, but there are no options to display this in the post meta data. With this code snippet, you can show the number of words in your post’s metadata as well.

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