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Whether you’re a Web developer or an amateur blogger, MakeUseOf has you covered. We have tips and tricks for Wordpress users and website owners, with the best Wordpress plugins, analytics software, and programming hacks.



Take Control Of The WordPress Editor With TinyMCE Advanced

25th February, 2014

Make Your Website More Reader, Printer, And PDF Friendly With PrintFriendly

24th February, 2014

Improve Your Writing With Expresso, The Style Checker

24th February, 2014

Banners Begone: How Readers Supported These Three Websites

19th February, 2014

Encourage Social Sharing On Your WordPress Blog With Digg Digg

19th February, 2014

Want To Keep A Watchful Eye On Your WordPress Install? Here’s How

19th February, 2014

Automatically Find Any Broken Links On Your WordPress Site

18th February, 2014

4 Reasons Why Blogging Beginners Should Be In The WordPress Community

18th February, 2014
Innovation Trends in Data Center Technology Think Tank

Signed Up for SSH-only Web Hosting? Don’t Worry – Easily Install Any Web Software

16th February, 2014

Add 40+ New Layout Features To WordPress with Shortcodes Ultimate

6th February, 2014

Not Just For Developers: 7 HTML Tags Any Writer Should Know

28th January, 2014

7 Unique WooCommerce Plugins to Help You Sell More

27th January, 2014
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Contact Form 7: The Best Contact Form Plugin For WordPress

27th January, 2014

Keep It Simple, Stupid: 7 No-Fuss Online Tools For The Lazy Blogger

26th January, 2014

Get Deeper Search Insights For Your Site With Webmaster Tools Search Queries

20th January, 2014

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You’re building a web application, and you need some realistic information to shove into it. You need to check that your validation functions work perfectly, and see that your product actually works.


Facebook Wants To Build A Better PHP With Hack. Spoiler: It’s Really Good.

March 23, 2014

10 years ago, in a Harvard dorm room, Facebook was launched. Initially, it was just Mark Zuckerberg hacking away at a codebase which consisted exclusively of PHP code, interacting with a MySQL database. Since then, it has ballooned in size, both in terms of users and developers working on a codebase which is constantly growing. […]


How to Set Up CDN the Right Way and Avoid SEO Problems

March 31, 2014

Tired of your website loading like a snail? Well, installing a CDN system on your WordPress blog can help, but setting it up wrong can really hurt. I’ll show you why and how to avoid those problems. CDN stands for “Content Delivery Network”, and it’s a way to cache content on your website that doesn’t […]


Just a Single Page Website: 3 Reasons Why It Can Work For Your Idea

One thing I love about the Internet is how it perennially exists in a state of evolution, adopting new ideas and discarding ones which have ceased to work. Take Flash, for example. From the mid-90s to the mid-2000s, it was the dominant tool used to add interactivity and panache to websites. Countless security vulnerabilities and […]

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