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  1. B

    Add-on Name?

    Hi there, Would anyone happen to know the name of the add-on that's used on product review websites that provide a drop-down for web-pages for the reviews? Such as the one below? https://www.kitguru.net/tech-news/featured-tech-reviews/dominic-moass/asus-tuf-gaming-h3-headset-review/
  2. L

    JavaScript Optimize Javascript at Wordpress Template

    Hello, I used a template named "Real Homes" for Wordpress in my website https://www.lucasfroeserealestate.com/ (take a look), but now i want to optimize the SEO and there is a lot of css and javascript. Some ideas for how to do it?? (I use Yoast SEO and WPRocket for optimization, and I have...
  3. M

    Best forum software to blend into a WP site

    What forum software is the best for customizing and blending into a WP-based site, as to appear like it's just another part of the site, rather than, say, a separate subdomain?
  4. R0binHood

    Wordfence now includes 2FA on their free tier to help protect your Wordpress site

    Wordfence have just announced 3 new login security features including free 2FA, which is pretty big. I've spent a lot of time researching free 2FA options for Wordpress and the good ones are nearly all paid. It's crazy that it's not included in the core at this point. (Side note: I give XF a...
  5. Reviewing Gutenberg Revisited: The Issues Remaining with WordPress’ New Editor

    Reviewing Gutenberg Revisited: The Issues Remaining with WordPress’ New Editor

    It’s time to return to Gutenberg, and see how things have changed. Cause a month or so ago, I reviewed it in a lengthy review. In said review, I went over its pros and cons, the bits that were there and needed work, and the various use cases the editor had. In that post, I said Gutenberg had a...
  6. cheat_master30

    Reviewing Gutenberg Revisited: The Issues Remaining with WordPress’ New Editor

    It’s time to return to Gutenberg, and see how things have changed. Cause a month or so ago, I reviewed it in a lengthy review. In said review, I went over its pros and cons, the bits that were there and needed work, and the various use cases the editor had. In that post, I said Gutenberg had a...
  7. Reviewing Gutenberg: Is WordPress’ New Editor Up to Scratch?

    Reviewing Gutenberg: Is WordPress’ New Editor Up to Scratch?

    Let’s talk Gutenberg No, not the printing press or the bloke who invented it a few hundred years ago. The new WordPress editor that’s now available WordPress 5, which aims to replace the crumbling old TinyMCE layout with a more modern, block based alternative. It’s a big project, and it’s one...
  8. cheat_master30

    Reviewing Gutenberg: Is WordPress’ New Editor Up to Scratch?

    Let’s talk Gutenberg No, not the printing press or the bloke who invented it a few hundred years ago. The new WordPress editor that’s now available WordPress 5, which aims to replace the crumbling old TinyMCE layout with a more modern, block based alternative. It’s a big project, and it’s one...
  9. dimitris

    wordpress news site that will grow into an eshop

    Hello everyone. I just created a new website with wordpress. I installed a free theme, suitable for news, which also offers a paid PRO version. The site has a very specific topic and my idea is to start it as a news site, do some SEO over a period, so that it gains DA and visibly, and then...
  10. M

    Is bbpress a good choice?

    Since Wordpres is so popular, well supported and bbpress is the "inhouse"-forum-plugin, what do you think of bbpress? Is it a good free choise?
  11. Manberlin

    403 Error on Login/Admin Panel

    They say you never forget how to ride a bike--too bad that apparently doesn't apply to setting up Wordpress installations. I just did an install of Wordpress through cPanel/Softaculous, and the site loads fine. However, trying to access the login pages results in a 403 error. The file...
  12. darnoldy

    Multiple sites vs. Multi-site?

    Right now, I have 3 wordpress sites, each its own installation: one at the primary domain and two more, each on their own sub domain. I'm wondering if there are ant advantages/disadvantages to using the multi-site feature instead. --don
  13. Pandemixx

    IPS + WordPress - is there a demand?

    Hey everyone, After years of running IP.Board 3.4.x I've finally upgraded my forums to the latest 4.3.x. Apart from bringing my community to the cutting-edge of forum software, I was most looking forward to using the REST API. And WOW am I impressed! Great job IPS team. Anyways, one of the...
  14. Pandemixx

    Rekindling an old passion

    It's funny to say that programming has been my life's work since I started at a young age (I suspect that's the case for many here as well), all of which got started by building forums. I learned the basics of PHP, HTML, CSS, JS, and MYSQL from building many forums on vB, IPB, and even...
  15. BrandonSheley

    Unpatched DoS Flaw Could Help Anyone Take Down WordPress Websites

    Not a good day for Wordpress users.. more info: https://thehackernews.com/2018/02/wordpress-dos-exploit.html
  16. J

    Nginx PHP Nginx doesn't pick the right php-stack in location

    TL;dr I created a location block (/de/forums/) outside of the nginx root folder but the php gets sent to the php compiler inside root so there is a directory mismatch. It wont take the defined php stack inside the new location block. Help! The location block /de/forums/ works, but just for...
  17. tokyoice

    Shared Regular Hosting vs 'Wordpress Hosting'?

    What is the actual difference in a regular hosting vs Wordpress hosting? is it pretty much the same hosting, but cleverly marketing?
  18. Soulwatcher

    Why I think forums as we once knew them are dead!

    During the early 2000's you could put up a forum and wave the magic wand and presto you had a forum and you had forum members. And I can tell you from a user's perspective 90% of the forums that I have found over the years, I have found them by google searches. And 10% were recommended to me by...
  19. Soulwatcher

    Why I think forums as we once knew them are dead!

    During the early 2000's you could put up a forum and wave the magic wand and presto you had a forum and you had forum members. And I can tell you from a user's perspective 90% of the forums that I have found over the years, I have found them by google searches. And 10% were recommended to me by...
  20. Bhavesh Ramburn

    I hate Wordpress, but here is what I did so that I can sort of like it

    I hate WordPress. I am a PHP programmer (part-time) but... I have to use it. I hope this little story will give you ideas. I run a land surveying company, and we've built our backend and site on laravel. But recently we've decided to take a crack at SEO and to catch up on the latest...
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