WordCamp Kansas City

Kansas City is welcoming all the WordCampers for the WordCamp which is going to be held from 11-13th July 2014 at Plaza area at the Kauffman Foundation Conference Center. It is a remarkable and beautiful building of the town which houses Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation. The coincidence is that this foundation helps to the individuals […]

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What is RSS and How it Works with WordPress

RSS is a popular technology utilized by some of the world’s most popular online destinations. RSS, which is sometimes referred to as “really simple syndication,” allows any web publisher to share their content with readers across the Web automatically. A myriad of unique platforms allow Web users to access these syndication feeds, in turn alerting […]

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WordCamp Philadelphia 2014 Event Details

WordPress community at Philadelphia is all set to host a biggest event of the year a WordCamp on June 7-8, 2014. The Saturday session will be held at The University of the Arts at the Gershman Hall. On the developer day i.e. Sunday, the sessions will be held at CityCoHo Philly Nexus which is located […]

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WordCamp Orange County 2014 Event Information

WordPress Community from Orange County is all set to host WordCamp of the year 2014 at Orange County department of education 200 Kalmus Dr Building D (in the back)Costa Mesa, CA 92626. The WordCamp orange county is happening on two days i.e on June 7th and June 8th, 2014. WordCamps are famous events arranged by […]

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WordCamp Asheville 2014 Event Details

WordPress has been the most appreciated content management system as it is very easy to use and modify. The work which is performed by the core development team is laudable and the contribution of community members to the WordPress development cannot be ignored. Today whatever is the status of WordPress it is because of its […]

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WordCamp Chicago 2014 Event Details

Chicago is ready to host its WordCamp from June 13 to 15th, 2014. WordPress has been there around for a long time. It works on simple fundamentals and thus thriving for such a time where there are plenty competitors in Content Management Segment. A good strategy always has to be coupled with local essence in […]

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WordCamp Seattle: An Overview

Seattle is hosting WordCamp of the year and this is going to be a gala event for WordPress enthusiasts. On June 28th and 29th WordCampers are going to gather all over the world to attend the sessions of renowned speakers and to share their knowledge on WordPress. The location for the event is as follows: […]

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How To Disable WordPress Comments

WordPress comments are always enabled by default to allow readers to share their thoughts on the content. Comments are a great way to get your readers to engage with you and to see what content performs well. WordPress has various options that allow site owners to control what visitors and users can do or prevent […]

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How to Add Favicon on Your WordPress Website

What exactly is a WordPress Favicon icon? Why is it important to my WordPress website? The term “Favicon” comes from a shortening of the word “favorite” combined with the word “icon.” It is actually the very small picture that helps to identify a website on different mediums. It is saved beside a URL and on […]

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WordPress User Roles Explained

WordPress user roles and permissions determine what users can publish on the site. Plug-in developers also use the roles and permissions to manage users that can access custom functionality. Most websites have only one or two writers and therefore, users do not have to concern themselves with user roles and permissions. However, it is important […]

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