Google Adds HTTPS to Its Search Rank Algorithm

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Google now gives greater value to sites that use SSL encryption by default. Sites that use HTTPS connections will now see a light increase in their search result position, for now at least. In the words of Google's Zineb Ait Bahajji and Gary Illyes, Webmaster Trends Analysts, [over] the past few months we’ve been running tests taking into account whether sites use secure, encrypted connections … [Read more...]

Bebe Lanugo ~ WordPress in English and Spanish

Bebe Lanugo WordPress Multilingual Site

WordPress in English to WordPress in Spanish and English conversion with theme adjustments. This site sports an easy to use content management system that automatically creates link relationships between equivalent English and Spanish pages. When Bebe Lanugo create posts and pages, they can concentrate on the content and leave the website to manage the menus and the interlinking between … [Read more...]

Rename Plugins When You Customize Them

Rename plugins if you edit their code!

What do we do when we need to add a new feature to a WordPress site and we find a plugin that does almost exactly everything we need of it? What if we know a little code tweak will turn that plugin into the exact super plugin we need? We can ask the plugin developer to add the feature. We can pay someone to edit the plugin for us. We can edit the plugin and add the feature … [Read more...]

Never ever ever EVER EVER Edit WordPress Core Files, EVER!

The WordPress files and directories are index.php, readme.html, license.txt, xmlrpc.php and those prefixed with wp-

WordPress core files are accessible to view, to open and to edit. Just because we can look at, open and edit those WP core files does not mean we should. In fact, we should never ever ever ever EVER edit those core files†. Never! Well, there is one exception among the core files. So what are WordPress core files? When we download the WordPress software and decompress the package we see a list … [Read more...]