Integrate Disqus Comment System with WordPress

Are you bored with the traditional commenting system offered by WordPress? If yes, it is the time to migrate to third party tools such as Disqus Comment System.

(1) Install Disqus Comment System plugin from within the WordPress admin dashboard

(2) You can locate the Disqus option from the Comments section on the left side navigation panel.

(3) Before proceeding further, you have to login using the Disqus profile login and password. If you don’t have a profile you can create an account. Learn More

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Roles and Permissions in Textpattern


Content management systems often include functionality for multiple user logins, management of those users and also the content they create. Textpattern CMS is one of these systems that offers a multi-user environment straight out of the box. In this article I’ll be introducing you to how Textpattern handles users and their content, primarily from a management point of view.

At the time of writing, Textpattern CMS has six user types. Each of these user types, or roles, has a description that is well-suited to a publishing house or agency: Learn More

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Understanding the Host Tools in Dolphin 7.1.4

Hello and welcome! In today’s blog, we’re going to talk about the Dolphin 7.1.4 “Host Tools”, what they are and how to use them. The tools can be accessed in admin by clicking “Host Tools” under “Tools” on the left column menu. The tools are divided into 3 sections: Audit This is a basic list of the Dolphin requirements and it will also show if your server meets these requirements. Most of these settings can be changed in the php.ini if they show as being non-compliant. The “site optimization” section can be ignored as it is not required for Dolphin to function. Learn More

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