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We’re proud to announce the V3.1 version of Search Replace DB. This release focuses on common issues some users have encountered with our tool. If you’ve had problems with V3.0.0 BETA and had to go back to V2.1.0, we definitely recommend trying this new version instead.
Search Replace DB is a powerful tool for developers, allowing you to run a search replace against a database where CLI tools or WP plugins can’t work.
Migrating a WordPress site can be something of a scary challenge, but we do it a lot, and we’ve become used to it. Here I show you the steps we take moving a localhost site to a live domain.
On the night of June 23rd, Telegraph Media flicked the switch on a new project – Telegraph Blogs. And, proudly, we’d like to say we were involved with the project.
Are you fed up of operating a slow WordPress site? Say no more! Introducing the WP Performance Profiler—designed to help you optimise WordPress sites running on PHP 5.3 to 5.6, with some limited profiling possible on PHP 7.2+ servers.
We thought we’d share some of the functions that go into most of our custom WordPress themes. If you have your own favourites then get commenting!
As part of our ongoing partnership with Liverpool Girl Geeks, Claire has spoken to their team about her love of coding and how she got into the industry.
We have been doing some really neat R&D work for clients recently, focusing on the WordPress search functionality. This is the first in a series of articles I am intending to write on the subject of search engines.
Imagine that you’re building a theme, and in various places in that theme you have small elements that you’d just love to content manage. Well now you can…
By default WordPress will wrap any images you insert into a post in a paragraph tag. To get around this limitation here’s a snippet for your functions.php.
Two hot topics, in one post. WordPress is the hot blogging tool right now, and the iPhone is one of the hot mobile phones! Here I talk about posting to WordPress from the iPhone.