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WordCamp Columbus 2015

Good ole’ Columbus, Cowtown, Cbus, The Arch City. Its the capital and largest city in the state of Ohio with a population of 835,957 people. Columbus was ranked one of BusinessWeek’s 50 best cities in America in 2012. Columbus was rated as one of the top cities for business and also ranked a top ten city[…]

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Protect your WordPress site from attacks

Three excellent options stick out in my mind. I’ve added an extra credit assignment for you overachievers. Update your version of WordPress. This is extremely important. The guys over at Automattic are constantly updating and tweaking WordPress core. Take advantage of their generosity! *NOTE: Since WordPress 3.7 this shouldn’t be an issue. WordPress updates ITSELF![…]

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New WordPress plugin launched – RSS with Images

RSS with Images allows you to add images to your Mailchimp RSS to email campaigns with minimal effort. The plugin lets you set the height and width of images and you can also specify XML character encoding. RSS with Images currently powers over 600 RSS to Email campaigns on the corporate website of MOBI Wireless[…]

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WordCamp Chicago 2014

Foundation Friday This jam-packed weekend kicked off with Foundation Friday! Friday’s events aimed to provide WordCamp attendees with a solid knowledge base. Last year, Foundation Friday was geared towards WordPress beginners, but this year option had been expanded: WordPress 101, WordPress 201, WordPress 301, and WordPress 401, respectively. WordPress 101, 201, and 301 are all-day[…]

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Animate.css: Cool animations without another jQuery plugin

Animate.css is an awesome and free collection of CSS animations that you can apply to your projects with almost no effort. I thoroughly enjoy this CSS based animation aid. I was looking for an interesting plugin for a client that wanted “a bouncing login form that drops from the top of the page”, simple to[…]