WordPress vs Drupal
Dec16

WordPress vs Drupal

Since 2003, WordPress is evolving from the default blogging-system to the full fledged CMS. In 2007, there was a time of WordPress boom and majority of the websites used to be developed using this platform. At that time period, WordPress was known as the easiest platform to be used by the non-programmers. With the advancement in the field, many other CMS-platforms surfaced as its competitors. Among them was Drupal which was originally...

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History & Versions of WordPress
Dec10

History & Versions of WordPress

In today’s time, the WordPress is a well-known CMS being used in 22% of the total website count. However, this well-liked CMS has been evolving since 2003. In this article we will take a quick look back on the evolution-timeline of WordPress and its released versions. The developments in the WordPress were mainly brought by the developers – linked to the open-source communities, supporters and its users. These developments started...

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Killer Strategies To Secure Your WordPress Blog
Dec05

Killer Strategies To Secure Your WordPress Blog

These days Websites, blogs, forums, online applications available on Internet could become the victim of hackers, cracker, spammers, malwares. It is essential to identify those security risks and create the mitigation strategies to build the security walls to secure your WordPress blog. When we think of most famous Content Management System (CMS) & Blogging, WordPress is always the tool comes in our mind and this is the reason why...

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Add Domain/Sub-Domain and Install WordPress on Web Hosting Server
May03

Add Domain/Sub-Domain and Install WordPress on Web Hosting Server

In this tutorial, I will show you the steps to install WordPress on Web Hosting Server and redirecting domain name to it. However, there are few pre-requisites for setting up the Self hosted blog as mentioned below. Domain Name Purchase domain name from available registrars such as Name.com, GoDaddy.com, NameCheap.com and others. I would prefer Name.com as they are offering same services as GoDaddy on low rates. Web Hosting Server...

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