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Turn off comments by default for WordPress posts and pages

This article looks at how to switch off comments for different sections of WordPress.

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Create a child theme in WordPress

How to setup a child theme in WordPress and the benefits of doing so.

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How to wipe an iPhone

This quick guide will run you through how to wipe all data from your iPhone and restore it back to it's factory default settings.

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Set up a local server with wordpress

In this post I'll be running you through all the steps you need to get you set up with a local server environment running with a copy of WordPress so you can play about with the code without worrying about who's looking at it or if you break it.

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Multiple HTML5 Video Players with JQuery Dialogs

This tutorial looks at how to combine the HTML5 video tag with JQuery dialogs for easy loading of multiple videos in a pop-out format.

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How to use the Google Shortener API

The Google url shortener allows you to take a long url and convert it into a shorter one. This is really useful when you have a url with a really long query string that you need to send to someone, or when you have a character restriction, for example when using Twitter. Google also provide an API for their shortener so that you can integrate this with your web applications, this post takes a look at how you can implement this.

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Ignore your IP address in Google Analytics

Repeatedly accessing your own web site can skew your analytics statistics, especially for new sites where the traffic may still be low. This post gives you a step-by-step guide to blocking an IP address in Google analytics to ignore certain users.

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Create a menu with hover background fade effect using css3 transition

This article looks at creating a nice fading background hover effect for a navigation menu or button using CSS3 transition.

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Getting google to index your site

While Google is a fully-automated search engine that will naturally find your web site with 'spiders', we aren't patient people and sometimes we want to get our content listed / updated as soon as possible. This article looks at some of the tricks of the trade for getting your content updated more quickly.

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Adding Google authorship to your site with an email address on a different domain

Adding google authorship to a web site allows google searchers to see a headshot of the author. This is a great way to make your content stand out from the rest and studies have shown these 'Rich Snippets' can improve your click through ratio. This article gives a step-by-step guide for setting it up on your site regardless of if your email address is on the same domain as your blog / site content.

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