Track Website Outbound Links

Track Website Outbound Links

Do you want to track outbound links in your site? Outbound links are the links that take users away from your website. These could be links to affiliate products, social networks, or simply other websites that you have linked to from your website. In this article, we will show you how to easily track outbound […]

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WordPress Interactive Maps

WordPress Interactive Maps

A contact page is much more useful with a map, and even more useful with interactive maps, see this article the best methods for implement this maps on your WordPress site. That’s where interactive maps come in. They let you place movable markers everyone on your team can edit. In this article, we’ll talk about […]

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MailChimp Domain Authentication Guide

MailChimp Domain Authentication Guide

In this article, you’ll learn how to set up DKIM and add MailChimp domain authentication to secure your e-mails and make it be delivered properly. Internet Service Providers (ISPs), like Google, Yahoo, and Microsoft, use DKIM and SPF authentication as a way to scan incoming emails for spam or spoofed addresses. Emails that fail authentication […]

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Pingdom Website Speed Test

Pingdom Website Speed Test

How to better use and understand the data from the popular website speed test tool Pingdom. You can use it to do what we call a waterfall analysis of your website. This helps you more easily diagnose performance issues, and also not misdiagnose a problem. We see a lot of times that WordPress users are interpreting the data wrong […]

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YouTube API PHP Connection Guide

How to Connect Youtube API with PHP

YouTube is the world’s most popular video sharing platform that hosts tons of videos, movies, shows, documentaries and other related stuff. Developed in 2005 and owned by Google, YouTube holds the repute of the world’s largest database of videos comprising of different niches.  You can watch any stuff of your choice on the platform and […]

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WordPress Multisite Explained

WordPress Multisite Explained

Multisite is a WordPress feature which allows users to create a network of sites on a single WordPress installation. Available since WordPress version 3.0, Multisite is a continuation of WPMU or WordPress Multiuser project. One of the most misunderstood features in WordPress is WordPress-Multisites. Site owners are drawn to it because it promises to make […]

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Site URL Explained

Site URL Explained

This article discusses Uniform Resource Locators (URL), explaining what they are, how they’re structured and its importance for your site. People use a lot of acronyms on the Internet. Among the many out there, we can almost guarantee you’ve seen “URL”. And that might’ve left you wondering, “what is a website URL?”. In this post, […]

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