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PHP Tutorials — Content Management Systems

PHP » Content Management Systems — about 4 years ago
We’ll show you how to run your WordPress cluster in a highly-available environment using Memcached node, two Apache servers, an NGINX load balancer and two replicated MySQL databases. In this case if one Apache server fails, the sessions are stored for backup on the Memcached node. The other server can fetch the sessions from Memcached and then proceed serving the session.
PHP » Content Management Systems — about 4 years ago
Everyone wants more traffic to their sites or Blogs. Be it a product site or your technical blog site, we all love traffic to our site. We want genuine traffic to our sites so that we can sell our products or earn from Google Adsense ads on our Blog.
PHP » Content Management Systems — about 4 years ago
Wysija is an easy-to-use and powerful WordPress newsletter plugin. It’s a great solution for people who want to send newsletters regularly, without having to pay monthly fees. The price? Wysija is free up to 2,0000 subscribers, which will suit for most blogs and small businesses. In this tutorial I’ll guide you through the process of building your first newsletter.
PHP » Content Management Systems — about 4 years ago
This tutorial will cover creating a very simple blog. It will only consist of posts. The front-end will only be two pages, an index page to list all posts and a view page to view a post.
PHP » Content Management Systems — over 4 years ago
Protecting your WordPress Blog is very important and not so easy as you think. Every day your website suffers of more than hundred attacks that could harm your site. These attacks are often done most of the time by an automatic software, so in this article we will show you the most common dangerous attacks and how to protect your blog from hackers.
PHP » Content Management Systems — over 4 years ago
Dive into Kirby CMS and build your blog theme with the help of a UI framework Bootstrap and its pre-release WIP version Bootstrap 3.0
PHP » Content Management Systems — over 4 years ago
Add Wordpress support for the new Twitter card that twitter utilizes to show your information more fully in the feed. Only a few easy lines!
PHP » Content Management Systems — over 4 years ago
I’ve reviewed and created a Zurb Foundation Theme for Kirby CMS. Well, it’s time to go to the cheaper (free) alternative called Stacey. Stacey works on the same principles as Kirby in that it’s a flat-file CMS that’s super-easy to work with.
PHP » Content Management Systems — over 4 years ago
WordPress loops is one of the simplest ways to create custom featured articles . Custom loops will make the process simple as pie. The code below, for example, will pull articles only from the featured category. You can update this to include whatever you’d use.
PHP » Content Management Systems — over 4 years ago
If you are new to WordPress then you might be used to visiting the help tab in the top right corner of the page. This is a tab that can be customised on any page in the admin area and should give your users enough information to use the page correctly. Here is a picture of the help tab on the post page, it will explain exactly what the default fields are on the post screen. It explains what the title textbox will do and how to use the post editor.
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