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How to Install WordPress Multi-Site Plugins

To deploy a plugin into a WordPress Multisite installation is not intuitive. 1. Where is the Add New Plugin Button? There is no Add New plugin button when you go to the “Plugins” menu option of any WordPress site in your multi-site setup. To find the Add New button navigate to the My Sites link on the top left hover

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Don’t Install WordPress Plugins Until You Read This

WordPress Plugin Hell High cloud costs from resource usage, damaged reputation, blacklisted, data loss, days spent firefighting, and months of good SEO practices gone down the drain – thanks to reputation sapping backlinks you never even knew you had. From bitter experience website developers keep WordPress plugins at arms length. WordPress plugins are a bit like fire, useful at times,

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WordPress Comment Blacklist | Comment Spam Filter

WordPress Comment (Discussion) Spam Blacklist Cut and Paste the below spam filter list into your WordPress discussion blacklist. You find the discussion blacklist this by clicking on “Settings” then “Discussion”. Also WordPress Plugin Problems are a good reason to use the below spam filter while your site is still small. Installing plugins that you do not understand can leave you

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One word or IP per line | WordPress Discussion Word means Words

When a comment contains any of these words in its content, name, URL, e-mail, or IP, it will be marked as spam. One word or IP per line. It will match inside words, so “press” will match “WordPress”. The wording is poor on this WordPress discussion setting “configuration option”. Does “One word or IP per line” mean 1 Word? Straight

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How To Force Apache to Use HTTPS (Includes WordPress)

Why Force Apache To Use HTTPS Just setting up SSL certificates for HTTPS is not enough. All requests must use the https protocol. This includes all web traffic like WordPress and WordPress Admin MediaWiki Bugtrackers like Bugzilla Project Tools like @task and dot project Version Tools like Subversion Database Explorers like PhpMyAdmin Tomcat through Port 8080 To configure Apache to

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