Disable WordPress Automatic Upgrades

disable wordpress automatic upgrade

This quick tutorial will show you how to disable WordPress automatic upgrades, but first some background. Several months ago when WordPress released version 3.7, the developers included the functionality for WordPress to automatically upgrade itself for sub versions only, not next generation releases. I’m currently running 3.8.1.  If WordPress  were to release a security update  and go […]

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Google +1

Google +1 is a new product that was launched March 2011 in Beta to select users. Now it is out of Beta and you will find ads for it within Adsense and other places on the web. Google +1 is Google’s version of Facebook’s Like button. It allows the sharing of recommendations with online connections […]

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Organizing WP Pages with Page Parent Attribute

Before you start building out your CMS site with WordPress you should give some thought to the pages you need to create and how those pages need to be organized. In step 12 of the Development Process we created two pages (Home and Blog). For the sake of this explanation let’s say we want to […]

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The Difference Between Worpdress Pages and Posts

I get asked quite often what’s  is the difference between WordPress Pages and Worpress Posts. The main difference is pages are static and posts are dynamic. Another way I like to say this is, pages are stationary and posts have legs. What this really means is that pages are meant for long term content that should […]

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Creating the wp-config.php file

One of the steps in the WordPress installation process is creating the wp-config file. Once you download the file package from WordPress.org you need to unzip the package and extract the files to your hard drive. The package will be contained inside a worpress folder. Directly inside that wordpress folder is a file named wp-config-sample.php, […]

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How To Find and Fix A Plugin Conflict

If you work with WordPress long enough you are bound to run into a fatal error from time to time.  These sometimes pop up when there is a plugin conflict. That means there is a plugin that doesn’t play nice another plugin.  I came across this very thing recently while when I was working with […]

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Introduction to the WordPress WYSIWYG Editor Part 1

Part 1 in a series of 2 video tutorials..  an introduction to the WordPress WYSIWYG Content Editor Toolbar.  The tools are pretty much self explanatory but not all minds think and operate alike. This video introduction to the WordPress WYSIWYG content editor covers the first row of tools and introduces the kitchen sink button which […]

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Uploading Media (PDF) To WordPress

Yet another media uploading tutorial for WordPress. Hope you enjoy… and please leave an comments or questions below. Thanks for visiting.

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