Do you want to allow your authorized users to manage future events? If yes, this plugin is a huge help for you. The WordPress Ajax Event Calendar plugin is a drag and drop community calendar the allows authorized users to add, edit, move, copy, resize and delete entries in various customizable calendar categories. The plugin supports daily, weekly, monthly and annual recurring events; event lists can be added to your blog by adding highly customizable short codes in the body of a page, a post or a text widget. … [Read more...] about Eight WordPress Event Management Plugins
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Development Mode – This feature comes handy when you are making frequent changes to your website and want to temporarily turn off caching by cloudflare. Doing so is desired when you are making changes to Images, Javascipt and other content that is cacheable. The development mode lasts for 3 hours, though you may turn it off earlier if so is desired. Rocket Loader – This feature is only meant for advanced users, It reduces the page load time drastically by loading all Java Script code Asyncronously. It is believed that CloudFlare Rocket Loader may interfere with Adsense and thus I keep the Rocket Loaded feature turned off and would recommend the same. … [Read more...] about How To Setup Free CloudFlare CDN For Your WordPress Blog
Technically speaking, a WordPress website is a dynamic website. That means all the data is stored in a database, and all the pages are created using the code at the time of a request. That means that whenever a user tries to access your website, WordPress will access the database and generate the page. … [Read more...] about Mistakes Bloggers Make That Costs Money & How To Fix Them?