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How to Disable Jetpack’s Contact Form Module

You can almost split WordPress developers into two groups. Those of us (myself include) who love Automattic’s offering of plugins in one module – Jetpack, and those of us who hate it. I’m firmly in the first group, but occasionally find myself in the second camp, as I have recently when I wanted to disable…

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How To Disable Automatic Update Emails

WordPress in version 3.7 introduced a most welcome and a game changing feature – automatic updates. This slightly controversial-at-the-time feature allowed WordPress to automatically update minor or security releases without the need of user intervention. This was needed, as more WordPress installations out there are secure and safe, with fewer bugs. It is a good…

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How to Reurpose your Blog Posts onto Social Media

One of the major sources of traffic to blog posts is social media, but like anything, it needs a clear and coherent strategy for it to work. However, if you are a small, one man band, it can be daunting to begin with to manage not only your blog, but also your Facebook or Twitter…

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How to Centre WP Flipclock

One of the most common questions I get asked with WP Flipclock is how to centre WP flipclock. By default the flip clock appears on the left hand side of the screen, largely due to it is easier to put it there, but the plugin does at least try to centre it a bit. The…

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Integrate Uber To Your Business Directory using WP Taxi Me

If you run a business directory for your local area one way in which to improve each listing is to provide each business listing with it’s own Uber button. Uber is a taxi service where people could order taxis from their phones, and is popular in most major cities worldwide. As such, if you have…

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How To: Save CMB2 Colour Picker fields as RGB Values

Recently I have been working on a project where we needed to save CMB2 Colour Picker field as a RGB field. As great as CMB2 is, by default, the field is saved as hexadecimal field (like #FFFFFF). This makes sense as it is the most common ways to display colours on the internet. However, should you…

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