Google Calendar Events gives users complete customization of the way event information is displayed. Events from multiple feeds can be displayed on one grid or list. Users can specify how many events to retrieve, whether to retrieve past events and how long to cache the feed for. To control the information that is displayed for each event in the grid tooltip or list, users can apply either the simple display options, or the event display builder, which is more flexible than the simple displays options. … [Read more...] about Eight WordPress Event Management Plugins
My.com’s free-to-play massively multiplayer action MMO Conqueror’s Blade has this fall begun the extended siege testing period of its closed beta and is hoping to attract some fans of medieval warfare to test during these weekend events with today’s giveaway: Yes, My.com’s granted us a number of closed beta keys to hand out to our readers! These keys should get you into all future closed beta periods, including future siege weekends. This particular version of the game is aimed at North America and Europe, including the CIS region, so the codes will work for you only in those locations. Read on to enter to win! … [Read more...] about Enter to win a Conqueror’s Blade closed beta key from My.com and MOP
I’ve been on the CloudFlare CDN network for about 2 years now, it does improve the web server performance by a great degree. What I like most about it is the Threat Control feature which is very important if you are running a popular open source software like WordPress. Early in 2013, CloudFlare protected thousands of Wordpress websites being hosted on its network from a brute force attack. I’ve been very impressed with CloudFlare as a service though I’d like to warn that once I faced an outage for an hour when one of their routing tables had gone corrupt. Though that never got repeated and was a rare event. If you aren’t there on CloudFlare yet – I’ll suggest you come soon. … [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?
The WP Google Font plugin makes it even easier to use Google’s free service to add high quality fonts to your WordPress powered site. Not only does this plugin add the necessary Google code, but it also gives you the ability to assign the Google fonts to specific CSS elements of your website from within the WordPress admin. Or if you would rather, you can target the Google fonts from your own theme’s stylesheet. … [Read more...] about 30 WordPress Plugins to Make Your Site Better, Faster, Stronger