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Resolving ‘Your Jetpack Has A Glitch’ Error In WordPress

Sometimes, new WordPress users who try connecting or reconnecting Jetpack by plugin on their self-hosted WordPress sites notice this error message:

“Your Jetpack has a glitch. Something went wrong that’s never supposed to happen. Guess you’re just lucky: xml_rpc-32601″  Continue reading


5 Exciting Tools For WordPress Developers

While designing some new features, layout and theme of, our developers have testes some awesome WordPress plugins intended for development purposes.  Continue reading

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Creating An Additional User Role To Sit Between Administrator & Editor On Your WordPresss Client Websites

It is always good to handover the website to your clients with an additional user role that has privileges somewhere between the site admin & editor and now it is a click away.  Continue reading


Easily Keep Track Of All Changes Happening In Your WordPress Installation

Have you ever noticed your website going down, becoming very slow or showing errors mainly for some unknown reason? Sometimes your client breakup their websites and then they call you to get it fixed.  Continue reading


Easily Slow Down Brute Force Attacks In WordPress

A Brute Force Attack is the simplest kind of method for gaining access over a website. Hackers design bots that automatically attempts to login to WordPress installation by trying different usernames and passwords, over and over.  Continue reading


Remove Unintended Spaces In WordPress To Secure A Clean & Consistent Website Layout

Now you can easily remove leading or trailing spaces from your WordPress post and page content to get a clean and consistent layout for your website.  Continue reading

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Now You Can Use Screensavers In Your WordPress Site

Just like other operating systems, now you can use a screensaver in your WordPress site too. WP Screensaver, a WordPress plugin by Satish Kumar Sharma allows you to use screensavers in your website when there is no activity for some time.  Continue reading

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Responsive In-Post Headings For WordPress

Now a days, almost all good WordPress themes provides you a responsive layout but it is not applied on text and headings. For instance, when you use in-post headings, they get automatically breaked into multiple lines on small screen devices.  Continue reading

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Easily Match Android Lollipop Status Bar To Your WordPress Site Theme

Earlier we have discussed about matching the browser’s scrollbar to your WordPress site theme. In this tutorial we will show you how you can automatically match the new Android 5.0 Lollipop status bar with your website’s color scheme.  Continue reading

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Google reCaptcha For WordPress Login, Registration, Comment And Contact Forms

Earlier we have discussed about adding Google reCaptcha on BuddyPress registration forms. We have also posted a lesson on securing WordPress comment forms with reCaptcha. In this lesson we will show you how you can secure your login, registration, contact and comment forms, all with one WordPress plugin.  Continue reading

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