Duck duck Go vs Google

One of the important things when you do an internet search is how do you see results of the search and how private is your search. For many years Google was the 'one and only' search engine which had everything a person should want or need: ease of use, beautifully presented and the best search results on the internet. Well, this is not the case...

Newspaper theme 9 activation nag

According to GPL licence Newspaper theme can be edited the way you want, and you can share its code or your modifications when or where you like it. If TagDiv team hold the rights to block WordPress with their annoying pop-up activation notice, so does everyone else hold the right to modify the PHP file to unblock WordPress from TagDiv's annoying pop-up activation notification. I hold my...

Windows 8.1 vs Windows 10 vs Windows 7

It's no secret that many people dislike Windows 10 for its look or spying. (I am one of those people) You can take my word for it, I tried it, I was using it for a year. The instability did not bother me that much. The looks is what bothered me, I just couldn't stand it then as much as I can't stand it now. I feel...

Mr Kenobi’s Web services

In the future I will update this post with proper pricing table and service type. Until then please accept this as a temporary service list: I build and design WordPress websites, or small HTML websites. Security and speed optimization SEO Fix WordPress problems Provide fast and secure hosting service ... For more information please contact me. Thanks  

Hide WordPress plugin notifications

There is an epic little plugin called WP Nag Hide that will hide update notifications and plugin warnings in your top admin panel. You can hide notifications globally or just from individual plugins, like Yoast. Don't worry about missing anything. If you want to quickly check all your admin-panel notifications then just disable the plugin or enter it's settings and enable the notifications from there.

Nginx server redirects on Serverpilot

So, you got yourself an SSL. Great! Now you want to redirect all traffic to https but without the "www" part. The easiest way is to use htaccess file, but if you are on Nginx that would be a waste of server's time. If you would put rewrite rules in htaccess, then the server would check those rules every time for every single url request coming...

Basel Responsive eCommerce Theme – Review

Basel is a professional theme, made to suit almost any kind of eCommerce website. The overall experience is extremely positive, but there are few things which can be improved. I am working on a website, for a customer, and I am using Basel theme as a base. Theme design The theme has great design. Shop elements, Visual composer elements and many others which look super-modern. There are 40...

How to SEO (White Hat)

Every blogger needs a good SEO. So, what to do after you write a good post? You need to do SEO, a White Hat SEO. 1. On-page SEO This is the most important step. For this purpose the best to do is to install a plugin. Usually it's Yoast SEO or All in One SEO plugin. There are a lot of them now, and these two I mentioned...

Image Optimization in WordPress

Okay, so you built yourself some nice WordPress blog or a business website with amazing features. You have some nice content to show, but the images you upload are so heavy, your website is slow. You thought that it'll be just fine if you install some image optimization plugin. Sometimes it will work, but sometimes it will not. Let's focus on those times when it...

WordPress CDN integration

Let's start, there's no time to be wasted. Choose a CDN service provider I'm gonna list the ones I've tried: KeyCDN, MaxCDN, Incapsula, Cloudflare, Google CDN. So, when I say ''tried'', it wasn't just for a day, no sir, for 2 months at least. KeyCDN and MaxCDN are 99,99% the same (KeyCDN is cheaper and has some cool features I needed). I would suggest these two for all...

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