Archive for December, 2016

RSS Feed Icon for WordPress

RSS Feed Icon for WordPress

. December 19, 2016 . 0 Comments

RSS feed icon is a WordPress plugin by Arthur Gareginyan that lets you easily add the RSS feed icon by using a simple shortcode in any place of your website, such as: header, post content , page content, sidebar and/or footer. Features: Responsive Retina support Cross Browser Compatible (work smooth in any modern browser) Simple […]

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WPuppy Backup Plugin for WordPress

WPuppy Backup Plugin for WordPress

. December 19, 2016 . 0 Comments

WPuppy is a backup tool for WordPress by Sem Wong that keeps your websites up-to-date and makes sure everything is still working. WPuppy Features: Keeps your website up-to-date and tells you when something is going wrong. It will make backups and put them back when needed. Theme and plugin updates. Compare update before and after […]

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everest64 WordPress Theme

everest64 WordPress Theme

. December 16, 2016 . 0 Comments

everest64 is a free, responsive, clean multipurpose WordPress theme for Travels, Tours and Trekking agencies or companies, built in Bootstrapp framework. Features: EVEREST64 THEME HOMEPAGE == By default, WordPress site will takes you to Blog as your Homepage but in order to get the EVEREST64 Theme Homepage, you have to go to Pages > Add […]

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404 To Homepage WordPress Plugin

404 To Homepage WordPress Plugin

. December 16, 2016 . 0 Comments

404 To Homepage is a WordPress plugin by LittleBizzy for redirecting all 404 “Not Found” errors to the homepage. The plugin is intended to avoid user confusion (or lost leads), and to avoid abuse causes by bots that ping your site with non-existent URLs which can negatively effect search engine indexing. Additionally, it can totally […]

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W3 Total cache incompatible with WordPress 4.7

W3 Total cache incompatible with WordPress 4.7

. December 15, 2016 . 2 Comments

W3 Total cache – Version 0.9.5.1 is incompatible with WordPress 4.7 according to a post on WordPress.org “you may need to remove it to access your site (Removing the plugin directory is not enough, you also need to remove the db.php, advanced-cache.php and object-cache.php files manually from the wp-content/ directory).”

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