Month: June 2016

How to Add Adults-Only Age Verification to Your WordPress Site

Do you know who is visiting your website? And, more importantly, does the demographic of your visitors even matter? For some businesses and bloggers, that answer is a resounding: YES. If you’re reading this, you probably have (or need to implement) an age requirement restriction for visitors to your site. There are a variety of…

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How to Let a Client Preview a WordPress Site Before Going Live

So you’ve built a beautiful WordPress website that fits your client’s needs, wants, and requirements to a t. There’s just one hurdle left: Your client doesn’t want the site going live until they’ve signed off on the finished product. Presenting a finished site–or, at least, a supposedly finished site–is one scenario in which you may…

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3 Easy Ways To Install WordPress From a USB Flash Drive

While some actions can be seen as nothing more than “silly WordPress dev tricks.” Installing and running a WordPress site from a USB flash drive isn’t one of them. And as you’ll soon discover, a portable WordPress installation can be incredibly useful in a number of situations. Why in the world would you ever need…

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