Internationalize your Blog with WP Translate WordPress Plugin

If you run high traffic WordPress based blog or site, you need to integrate a plugin such as WP Translate so that visitors who are not proficient with English will be able to view the site using the language of their choice. This will also boost traffic to your blog content thus increasing revenues from advertisements.

The plugin adds a Google Translate widget to the top of the blog, which enable visitors to translate the website content to any language from the provided list. Learn More

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SocialEngine 4: Making and Restoring Backups

Backing up your SocialEngine website is one of the most important steps that you can take to ensure the integrity and longevity of your SocialEngine website. Whether you’re installing a new plugin or theme, upgrading to the latest version, or customizing SocialEngine’s code, you should backup your website as often as possible. Learn More

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Ten Textpattern Tips, #7: Changing Google Fonts

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New installations of Textpattern CMS are styled with the Hive front-end theme. Phil Wareham, the core designer of the Textpattern team, has incorporated Google Fonts into the Hive theme and its evolution has been well-received overall. What works for one person may not work for another, however – there are no misconceptions that the Hive theme is a perfect for everyone. For today’s tip, I’m going to show you how to tweak the default theme and switch the Google Fonts selections to other typefaces. The idea behind this is you start thinking about what you want for your front-end theme, it’s a gentle introduction to more extensive changes as you become more familiar and confident with Textpattern. Learn More

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