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SEO No Duplicate WordPress Plugin

SEO No Duplicate WordPress Plugin

. January 13, 2010 . 0 Comments

The SEO No Duplicate’ WordPress Plugin, is a plugin that helps tell search engine bots the preferred version of a post page by specifying the canonical properly within your head tag. Why would you do such a thing? Simply because many black-hat SEO folks abuse duplicate content to gain search ranking and search engines try […]

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WordPress jQuery Table of Contents Plugin

WordPress jQuery Table of Contents Plugin

. January 13, 2010 . 0 Comments

jQuery Table of Contents inserts a little table of contents onto a website. It uses jQuery to inspect the content of your post or page and generate table of contents links based on the header tags. It’s easy, SEO friendly, and highly customizable. The default settings provided will work out the box for the WordPress […]

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WordPress Contact Form Plugin – 123ContactForm.com

WordPress Contact Form Plugin – 123ContactForm.com

. January 13, 2010 . 0 Comments

“If you have a WordPress blog, and want to put a contact form on it, you probably already know it is not very simple. You need to download and install a special WordPress plugin, that will help you include contact forms, or any other types of forms, on your WordPress blog.” More Info: http://www.123contactform.com/wordpress-contact-form-plugin.html

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ThemePerPost WordPress Plugin

ThemePerPost WordPress Plugin

. January 13, 2010 . 1 Comment

ThemePerPost is a WordPress plugin that lets you change your blog’s theme for individual posts or pages ThemePerPost is ideal for people who want to style their about page, create a unique landing page, show theme previews for design showcases, split one WordPress install into multiple sub-sites. It’s for anyone who wants to have posts […]

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WordPress Password Recovery

WordPress Password Recovery

. January 13, 2010 . 1 Comment

You can recover a WordPress admin password if you have forgotten it, lost or it stops working. Using phpMyAdmin in cPanel go to wp_users and click “browse.” On the user_pass field, click “browse” and find the ID number associated with your login and click Edit. Select the password content and delete it. Type in your […]

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