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WordPress vs WordPress.com

WordPress vs. WordPress.com People are often confused about the differences between WordPress and WordPress.com. WordPress is the free, Open Source web publishing software project, owned […]

Before You Create A Network

This section outlines some requirements to consider before you begin creating a multisite network. Do you really need a network? The sites in a multisite […]

Create A Network

You have the ability to create a network of sites by using the multisite feature. This article contains instructions for creating a multisite network. It […]

Sticky Posts

Sticky Posts is a feature introduced with Version 2.7. A check box is included on the Administration >Posts > Add New Screen (In the Publish […]

Writing Code in Your Posts

Whether you write plugins or hacks for WordPress, or you want to add bits and pieces of code about your own WordPress site or other […]

Backing Up Your Database

It is strongly recommended that you backup your database at regular intervals and before an upgrade. Restoring your database from backup is then possible if […]

Debugging in WordPress

Debugging PHP code is part of any project, but WordPress comes with specific debug systems designed to simplify the process as well as standardize code […]

Post Status

Posts in WordPress can have one of a number of statuses. The status of a given post determines how WordPress handles that post. For instance, […]

Installing WordPress in Your Language

Note: this article is about displaying the WordPress Administrative “back-end” in your language. If you are looking for information on how to localize your “front-end” […]

Multisite Network Administration

Once you’ve created a Multisite Network, there are some additional things you might need to know about advanced administration, due to the additional complexity of […]