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WordPress - Advanced Tutorials

Learn how to backup your WordPress website.
Written by Tim Sisson
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WordPress ecommerce plugin not saving products to cart? This article will tell you how to fix it.
Written by James Richardson
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Learn how to schedule posts that you have created in your WordPress website so they will publish at the specified time.
Written by Tim Sisson
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Learn how to disable all your WordPress plugins at once.
Written by Tim Sisson
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Learn how to use the Postie plugin on your WordPress website to set it up to post via email.
Written by Tim Sisson
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Learn about the plugin, Broken Link Checker, and how to install it.
Written by Tim Sisson
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InMotion Hosting has developed a WordPress plugin, Memory Viewer, to help identify specific points in your WordPress setup that may be using excessive memory / cpu.
Written by Brad Markle
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In this short tutorial, we'll show you how to use the Contact Form 7 plugin for WordPress to quickly add a contact form to your WordPress website.
Written by Tim Sisson
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In this article we'll explain how you can clean up and remove spam comments from your WordPress database directly using phpMyAdmin.
Written by Jacob Nicholson
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Looking for your database name so you can have direct access? Find out how to locate it with this WordPress tutorial.
Written by Scott Mitchell
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Want to learn to create basic shortcodes in WordPress? Check out this tutorial to find out.
Written by Scott Mitchell
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Adding video content to your site is great for user experience. This guide discusses embedding vs uploading so you can make the right choice.
Written by Scott Mitchell
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If you have decided to upload video content to your Wordpress site, check out this article for instructions.
Written by Scott Mitchell
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The following tutorial shows how to move your WordPress installation into a different folder on the webserver.
Written by Arnel Custodio
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WordPress version 4.1.1 users may see 500 internal server errors due to the PHP version used by WordPress. This issue is also often caused by file/folder permission issues. This article provides an easy to understand guide to fixing the 500 internal server error.
Written by Arnel Custodio
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