Author: Daniel Angelov

Creating nofollow links in WordPress

Hello friends, in this article in TheCMSPlace I will tell you: How to create nofollow links and why you might want to do this in the first place. Let’s start with the latter – why you might want nofollow links in your content? Each link in WordPress is a standard HTML code with all the needed parameters and attributes. The search engine bots are reading this code and they understand what will happen when a user clicks on the link and where he will go to or be redirected to. By default each link is marked as “dofollow” which...

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WordPress Backup with BackUpWordPress

Hello friends, We are back on the backup topic for WordPress. You already know two awesome ways of saving your precious database and files with BackWPup and All-in-One WP Migration which can also be used as a tool for moving WordPress from one host to another. Now it’s time for another great solution. It is called BackUpWordPress and it will save you not only time, but also effort when it comes to creating backups. Let’s start with the usual steps and that is installation and activation. What you will find interesting is that when you are done with these...

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Custom login page for WordPress

Do you intend to allow new user registration for your WordPress website? In this case each of your users will have to pass through the default login screen before they reach their dashboard. Well it is stable and efficient, but let’s be honest – it looks boring. And now face the fact that each WordPress website has this very same login screen. This might be confusing for new users and also it might seem unprofessional to the old and more demanding ones. So the only possible solution is to change the default WordPress login screen to something that will...

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Integrate custom mail server/service for WordPress

Are you planning on sending e-mail newsletters? If this is the case then you have made the right decision since this is an extremely efficient marketing channel and it would be a shame not to use it. However using the default mail server for your website might be a bit of a problem. Why? Because you might overload it or get a negative spam score and thus you won’t be able to send any more e-mails whatsoever. Let’s not forget the delay problems while sending the e-mails. In other words – using the default mail server for regular e-mails...

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MailPoet – the powerful way to send newsletters

Hello friends, In this post I will present you one extremely powerful and yet easy to use WordPress plugin that will allow you to get e-mail subscribers, create newsletters and of course send and track them. This powerful solution is called MailPoet. As usual you need to install and activate the plugin. Then a new section will appear in your dashboard. It is called MailPoet. In it you will find 4 subsections – Newsletters, Subscribers, Settings and Premium. Let’s start with the Settings subsection. The first tab is the “Basics” tab. There you need to define the Company info...

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