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I recently started seeing a PHP-related error that kept popping up while clicking around in my WordPress dashboard. Whenever I’d toggle a plugin, change themes, try to preview a post, it would pop up. How very annoying.

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The other day, I had to remove a bit of content in a WordPress post. It was related to an affiliate offer that had expired but I wanted to save the relevant text/code in case they brought the offer back. I thus decided to comment it out.

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While updating a certain WordPress plugin, I was too impatient and clicked another link on the dashboard before the update was complete. Bad move, as I was greeted with a message saying that the site was unavailable.

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If you have an Amazon Associates account, you might be wondering about the best way of managing your links. Sure, you could create a different link for every product, but that quickly gets unwieldy. Surely there’s a better way. Right?

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How to Change Your WordPress Username

by Michael on September 2, 2012 · 0 comments

You can help secure your WordPress site by making sure that you’re not using a predictable username. A naïve hacker has to guess both your username and your password. If your username can be easily guessed, their job is much easier.

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If you’re using the Thesis WordPress theme then you’ve likely noticed a self-serving Dashboard panel titled “The latest from the DIYthemes Blog.” If this bugs you and you’d like to remove it, then you’ve come to the right place.

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I recently converted a static site created using RapidWeaver to WordPress. This was a relatively easy process, and the end result was great. However, in looking at the Google Analytics data I spotted a problem.

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Last night, I discovered that all of my WordPress sites on Dreamhost (including this one) had been hacked. I’m not sure when this happened, but I discovered (quite by accident) small text links hidden at the bottom of various pages.

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