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Google Maps Widget Giveaway

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Google Maps is highly reputable when it comes to mapping technology. In fact, when we talk about maps, it’s always Google Map that comes to our mind first. It has advanced so much over the years that Google Map not only gives you location information, but it comes with business information, ratings and as far as driving directions as well. In a world with diminishing communications borders, Google Maps is a great help for people to give out or search for your location.

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How to add retina logo to your WordPress website

WordPress keeps improving its support for media. WordPress supports responsive images since version 4.4 and custom logo since version 4.5. However, until now, there’s no support for retina images in WordPress, especially for the custom logo. All the images look badly blurry on retina displays. This post shows you how to make your website work well on retina displays and a small tip to add retina logo to your site.

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SVN best practices for WordPress developers

Although GIT is everywhere, SVN still is the version control for all the themes and plugins hosted on WordPress.org. I’ve been playing with both SVN and GIT together recently when I need to repeat the same tasks again and again. This article is a small log of useful SVN commands when working with WordPress themes or plugins (only plugins actually, because WordPress.org doesn’t allow us to work with the theme repository directly).

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How to view email subscribers in Jetpack

I recently switched from MailChimp to Jetpack subscription on this blog, because of the simplicity of setup. Jetpack allows me to let people subscribe to new posts and new comments and automatically send new posts to the subscribers via emails. It doesn’t require any setup at all, just enable and forget. This is a big advantage in comparison to MailChimp, where I need to install a plugin and setup the RSS feed in MailChimp.

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Security Ninja Giveaway

Giveaway worth $600 – Get Security Ninja and protect your WordPress sites

You know one of the most irritating thing about having a website is that you are always prone to hackers getting into your site and stealing not only your data but causing loss of money as well? You can check your WordPress site quickly to see how protected you are against possible attacks on your site. In comes Security Ninja, a WordPress plugin that helps thousands to stay safe and prevent downtime due to security issues with their website. What does Security Ninja do you might ask?

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