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Mar 31, 2013
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How to Move or Rename WordPress wp-content Directory

By default, WordPress assigns wp-content directory as the default user content folder, where all plugins are stored in wp-content/plugins, all themes are stored in wp-content/themes and all uploads are uploaded saved in wp-content/uploads. However, WordPress does allow users to relocate and change the wp-content directory to anywhere you want, and rename the wp-content to any name you prefer.
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Mar 31, 2013
Tip and Trick Editorial

How to Change Uploads Path and URL in WordPress

Since WordPress 3.5, the upload_path and upload_url_path configuration option has been removed from Media Settings screen if both is set to their default values (empty of ‘wp-content/uploads’), effectively removing an easy way for user to change and set a custom media upload path.

However, WordPress does still support the custom media upload location, despite the UI to change it has been removed. The default media upload path at ‘wp-content/uploads’ tends to expose the identity of WordPress for webmasters who prefer to obscure the CMS used. In addition, changing the directory name for the media upload path also allows users to assign a more appropriate naming convention, such as images, videos, music, files, docs and so on, depending on the type of content which the websites usually upload.
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Mar 25, 2013
Tip and Trick Editorial

How to Deregister and Remove jQuery from WordPress Header

The multi-browser JavaScript library designed to simplify the client-side scripting of HTML, jQuery, is one of main script used by WordPress.

By default, WordPress loads a version of jQuery which comes packaged with WordPress core files through wp_head(). However, some theme developers or plugin developers may also knowingly or unknowingly load the same version or different version of jQuery through the theme or plugin.
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Mar 25, 2013
Tip and Trick Editorial

How to View Latitude and Longitude Coordinate in Google Maps

Google Maps provides the ability for users to find a place or destination accurately and correctly in Google Maps, and to locate a position using its longitude and latitude coordinate. However, Google Maps does not provide an obvious way to get and view the longitude and latitude coordinate information of a particular location.

If you’re looking for longitude and latitude information on Google Maps, here’s a few ways of getting the coordinate information on the location you want.
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Mar 17, 2013
Tip and Trick Editorial

How to Disable Digg Digg WordPress Plugin when WPtouch Mobile Theme is Active

Digg Digg is a popular all-in-one social sharing buttons plugin for WordPress that is famed for its floating share bar. While WPtouch is another popular WordPress plugin that makes the website mobile-ready.

However, when using Digg Digg and WPtouch together, the floating share bar that normally appears to the left or right side of the blog does not always appear to be a good idea as it simply does not work well. Most of the time, the floating share bar is hidden out of view as the resolution of mobile devices is usually much lesser than typical desktop or notebook computers.
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Mar 14, 2013
Tip and Trick Editorial

Fix WordPress Admin Pages Blank After Installing WooCommerce Plugin or Theme

The popular e-commerce plugin for WordPress, WooCommerce, though is a fork from another popular eCommerce plugin for WordPress Jigoshop, has quickly attracted its own followings and gained popularity. The ability of WooCommerce to transform the WordPress website into a full featured online eCommerce store while maintaining the WordPress’ hallmark for ease of use has set its apart from competition.

However, after installing WooCommerce plugin, or after activating a theme for WooCommerce, some webmasters get a rude shock that some or all of the WordPress admin pages no longer accessible. When attempting to visit WordPress admin dashboard, or when want to edit or post new post or page via edit.php and post-new.php, a blank page is displayed instead.
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Mar 13, 2013
Tip and Trick Editorial

Force cPanel WHM (WebHost Manager) to Save & Remember Password in Chrome

When login to cPanel, WebHost Manager (WHM) and webmail in Google Chrome web browser with cPanel theme, Chrome may not offering the option for user to save the user name and password so that the user ID and password can be auto-completed, and user no longer needs to type in the credentials on future login.

The issue happens despite webmaster has set the setting of Allow autocomplete in login screens to On in order to enable browser-native password caching feature for cPanel, WHM, and webmail logins.
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Mar 13, 2013
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Fix 404 Error When Stripping Category Base with Yoast WordPress SEO Plugin

Not unfamiliar for webmasters who are using WordPress blogging and content management platform, Yoast WordPress SEO plugin is one of the most popular plugin that is been used to perform many functions related to optimize the web pages for search engines, such as image titles, meta descriptions, social meta data, XML sitemaps, breadcrumbs, permalinks and header cleanup and etc.

One of the feature of WordPress SEO plugin by Yoast is the ability to strip the category base from the category URL. By stripping category base from the URL, the permalinks for displaying category archive do not need to have a base name (default to category) before the actual category slug. In other words, a category archive can be accessed directly in the URL, and does not require /category/ in the URL.
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