Monthly Archives: January 2014

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15 01, 2014

How to Disable Disqus on Custom Post Types in WordPress

2018-07-20T04:41:46+00:00By |Support, Wordpress|0 Comments

We recently switched from WordPress comments to Disqus comment system on WPBeginner. One of our users pointed out that comments on our custom post types comments weren’t migrated properly. For a temporary solution, we simply disabled Disqus on certain custom post types. In this article, we will show you how to disable Disqus on custom [...]

14 01, 2014

How to Install and Setup WordPress Multisite Network

2018-07-20T04:41:46+00:00By |Support, Wordpress|0 Comments

Many of our users quickly learn to confidently manage multiple WordPress sites on their own. Some even start managing WordPress sites for clients, friends, and family. Recently, one of our users asked us how they can easily install and setup WordPress multisite. They were running multiple WordPress sites on sub-domains and wanted to manage all [...]

13 01, 2014

How to Embed a Live Google+ Hangout Session in WordPress

2018-07-20T04:41:46+00:00By |Support, Wordpress|0 Comments

Google Hangout is the best free solution to host live broadcasts. It allows you to stream, record, bring guests, and run Q&A sessions with live audience. The main problem is that all of this happens on Google+ and not on your own site. In this article, we will show you how to embed a live [...]

12 01, 2014

TOP 10 TIPS WHEN LAUNCHING MAGENTO 2.0 EXTENSIONS: OVER-INFORM

2018-07-20T04:41:46+00:00By |Magento, Technical|0 Comments

Tip #10: Over-Inform Provide your own documentation to ensure that the merchants are appropriately educated on your extensions. Some additional tips from our valued developers: “No matter how good your support may have been with Magento 1.x, you’d want to make it even better now with Magento 2.0. You’ll have even more questions from customers which are [...]

11 01, 2014

How to Setup CloudFlare Free CDN in WordPress

2018-07-20T04:41:46+00:00By |Support, Wordpress|0 Comments

Page speed is a crucial element in determining your website’s search engine rankings. Not to mention, slow websites lead to a bad user experience. We are often asked by our users how does WPBeginner load so fast. The answer is simple, we useW3 Total Cache and MaxCDN. However, some of our users told us they [...]

10 01, 2014

How to Allow Users to Post Anonymous Comments in WordPress

2018-07-20T04:41:46+00:00By |Support, Wordpress|0 Comments

Recently one of our users asked if it was possible to allow anonymous comments in WordPress. By default, users cannot leave comments in WordPress without providing a name and email address in the comment form. In this article, we will show you how to allow users to post anonymous comments in WordPress. We will also [...]

8 01, 2014

How to Remove the Login Shake Effect in WordPress

2018-07-20T04:41:46+00:00By |Support, Wordpress|0 Comments

If you ever enter a wrong username or password when logging into WordPress, then you probably noticed that the login box shakes along with showing you the error that username or password is incorrect. Recently one of our users asked if there was a way to remove the login shake effect in WordPress? Well yes [...]

1 01, 2014

How to Paginate Comments in WordPress

2018-07-20T04:41:46+00:00By |Support, Wordpress|0 Comments

Have you noticed that your post with lot of comments load slower than your other posts that has barely any comments. Because your most commented posts are usually the most popular, you want these posts to load fast. In this article, we will show you how to paginate comments in WordPress to speed up your [...]

1 01, 2014

How to Embed Bing Maps in WordPress

2018-07-20T04:41:46+00:00By |Support, Wordpress|0 Comments

Do you run a development related blog and want to share code snippets on your blog posts? By default, showing codes in your WordPress site is not easy. For security reasons WordPress filters out any raw code added into posts, widgets, or comments. We’re often asked about what syntax highlighter plugin do we use to [...]