wordpress-logo

The upcoming WordPress version 3.7 brings among various new features the ability to update itself automatically in the background without any manual input.

Read More

 

WordPress.com now offers custom .CO domains that can be registered with new and existing WordPress sites for a fee of $25 per year along with an (optional) additional fee of $8 for Private Registration

Read More

 

When I initially started out with using VPS, I had tons of problems with Apache but quickly switched to Nginx which has proven to be more than a boon because it meant that I could do more with less. However, having used WordPress I have come to know that the system is not necessarily scalable in itself when it comes to self-hosted websites.

Read More

 

Migrate from MyISAM to InnoDB in MySQL safely and easily. Learn how to migrate from MyISAM to InnoDB in MySQL by keeping backups and not breaking your website.

Read More

 

So You Want to Kick the Google Habit? [Editorial]

A list of popular Google products and alternatives to each one. Also, a list of Google products which do not have a good replacement today.

Read More

 

I have always been in awe of WordPress and come to love it since I started using it few years back. However, one of the biggest problems I have had with WordPress is their search; both in the frontend as well as in the backend.

Read More

 

A new security exploit has been discovered in one of WordPress image handling utility – TimThumb. You should remove the script or patch it to it’s latest version to ensure that your site remains secure from hackers.

Read More

 

Wordpress.com has recently announced that they are ending support for Internet Explorer 6 with their slight redesign and performance improvements implemented on Wordpress.com’s dashboard

Read More

 

A review of WordPress 3.2 and a list of the new features that you will be using when the final version comes out. Please note that WordPress 3.2 will require PHP 5.2.4 and MySQL 5.0, so you might have to upgrade your server software or ask your hosting provider to do it for you.

Read More

 

In my post about Techie Buzz’s Architecture, I had stated that I used a WordPress plugin for caching called W3 Total Cache. I love that plugin and have been using it for over a year now. However, prior to that I used another popular caching plugin called WP Super Cache which did the job well too.

Read More

 

WordPress 3.2 will contain several new changes including dropping support for older technologies like PHP4 and MySQL4 among other things. WordPress 3.2 requires PHP 5.2.4 and MySQL 5.0 to run.

Read More

 

Memcache is a powerful tool to share objects across servers and it is used by several big sites including Facebook, Yahoo and many more. The best part about using memcached on your server is that you can cut down on your database queries significantly and store commonly used objects in memory and share it across multiple servers.

Read More

 

WordPress Logo

Earlier today, WordPress.com had a low-level (root) access break-in on several of their servers which hosted WordPress.com websites. According, to a note posted on the WordPress blog, some user data on those servers might have been revealed.

Read More

 

outbrain_related

My journey with related posts widgets has been very diverse. I first started out with an excellent native WordPress related posts plugin called YARRP. However, I had to get rid of it because of the massive database overhead it had and had to go with LinkWithin, which I quickly ditched for Outbrain.

Read More

 

WordPress

WordPress 3.1.1 released. WordPress 3.1.1 fixes several security flaws in media uploader, prevents PHP from crashing due to malicious links in comments and patches an XSS flaw.

Read More

 

1 2 3 4 5 6
 
Copyright 2006-2012 Techie Buzz. All Rights Reserved. Our content may not be reproduced on other websites. Content Delivery by MaxCDN