Tagged: wordpress

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Setting up HTTPS (SSL) with Cloudflare and WordPress

I’ve been working with blockchain and cryptography for 3 years now which is probably a good time to update the old wordpress blog to SSL before anyone notices. Turns out I don’t need to purchase or manage an SSL certificate, which is a shame because I loved breaking things with that certbot thing on linux. If you are just running a wordpress blog or simple website like this one you...

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Building Basic Websites

Every now and again you just need a basic site setup to have an internet presence. Normally this occurs for me when a friend or family member tells people I “do websites” and I get roped in to helping them out. So what options are there for a basic, modern website template. The obvious answer is WordPress. It’s a great content management system which anyone can use. Once it’s setup...

Upgrading to WordPress 4.0 a breeze 0

Upgrading to WordPress 4.0 a breeze

I always get the fear when doing major upgrades on any platform. Something is bound to be non-compatible and get messed up. In this instance upgrading to WordPress 4.0 took about 5 minutes, didn’t mess up the themes and everything is still where it should be… right? WordPress is, in my opinion, the best platform for blogging and amateur website creation. There’s over 30,000 plugins, more themes than you’ll ever...

Custom Facebook Share and Twitter Tweet Buttons as WordPress Widget 0

Custom Facebook Share and Twitter Tweet Buttons as WordPress Widget

The following is the php code to make your own dynamic Facebook share and Twitter tweet buttons. Just place the images in the root directory and install the Samsarin PHP widget. Copy this code into a Samsarin Php widget and drag it to your sidebar. <a target=”_blank” href=”http://www.facebook.com/sharer.php?u=<?php echo “http://” . $_SERVER[‘HTTP_HOST’]  . $_SERVER[‘REQUEST_URI’]; ?>”><img src=”/share-facebook.png” alt=”Share on Facebook” border=”0″ /></a> <br /> <a title=”Share on Twitter” href=”http://twitter.com/share?_=1292093673417&amp;count=horizontal&amp;original_referer=<?php echo “http://”...

Custom wordpress 404 page for SEO 0

Custom wordpress 404 page for SEO

We have recently been purchasing used domain names from Godaddy auctions and Dropday. When we get the domains the first thing we do is look at what traffic they were pulling for what topics via google cached web search. If there is some good content on there and things we want to keep we will rebuild the page with the same url. The big advantage of this is that you...