Articles by Sufyan bin Uzayr

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Plugins

Integrating Social Media into WordPress: Plugins You Cannot Live Without

February 13th, 2013
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Integrating Social Media into WordPress: Plugins You Cannot Live Without

If you are running a website on WordPress or any other way, chances are that you already know that after search engines, social networking websites are the primary referrers of traffic. However, earning visitors from social networks such as Facebook and Twitter depends heavily on how easy the social sharing mechanism on your website...

Tips, Tricks & Tutorials

Mastering WordPress Configuration – wp-config.php

February 5th, 2013
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Mastering WordPress Configuration – wp-config.php

One of the best aspects of WordPress is the fact that it does not require much code-level tweaking to work. All you need to do is install the CMS, and off you go! All in all, for a general-purpose website, there is not much tweaking or customization that needs to be done. In fact,...

CMS

Habari – Minimal CMS For More Than Light-Weight Blogging

January 28th, 2013
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Habari – Minimal CMS For More Than Light-Weight Blogging

Here at Noupe, we evaluate content management systems frequently. Having covered MODX, Concrete5 and Joomla! just recently, we will now share a deeper look into Habari. Unlike previous CMSs covered at Noupe, Habari is a bloggers’ CMS -- in the purest sense of the term. While it is true that...

Tips, Tricks & Tutorials

WordPress vs. Concrete5 — A Comparative Review

January 24th, 2013
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WordPress vs. Concrete5 — A Comparative Review

Some time ago we published a review of Concrete5, wherein we evaluated the usability prospects of the CMS as a stand-alone software to power your website. Carrying on from the review, in this article, we will compare Concrete5 to the world’s most popular CMS, WordPress. Wanna know how the two CMSs fare in...

Tips, Tricks & Tutorials

Making the Best of WordPress Categories: Tips and Tools

January 17th, 2013
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Making the Best of WordPress Categories: Tips and Tools

Back in October of last year, I wrote an article about using tags in WordPress. Today, we shall be turning our attention towards the usage of categories in WordPress. Once again, before we proceed, allow me to disclaim: this is not a how-do-I-add-categories learning guide. For that purpose, however, I strongly suggest you...

Business Online

Professional Website Optimization with A/B Testing: Tips and Tools

January 14th, 2013
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Professional Website Optimization with A/B Testing: Tips and Tools

As web designers and developers, we often have to take decisions related to user experience. Most of the time, we rely on data collected via surveys and analytics for this purpose. Of late, A/B Testing is gaining popularity among web creators and page operators alike. What is A/B Testing all about and how can...

Plugins

WP Recycle: Fresh Perspectives for Starving WordPress Plugins

January 11th, 2013
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WP Recycle: Fresh Perspectives for Starving WordPress Plugins

If you are a WordPress developer, you will very likely have coded a WP plugin at some point of time. Maybe you still write plugins for WordPress? In any case, one trend remains unchanged: plugins tend to get obsolete and fall out of favor. Maybe the developer loses interest or runs short of time,...

CMS

Glorious Past, Challenging Future: Taking A Closer Look at Joomla!

January 7th, 2013
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Glorious Past, Challenging Future: Taking A Closer Look at Joomla!

Today, I shall be focussing on yet another Content Management System. In previous months, we have discussed MODX and Concrete5. In the following article, I will turn your attention towards Joomla! Considering the fact that version 3.0.2 has just been released this past November, it makes sense to look deeper into it.

Themes

Best Of 2012: 50 Free WordPress Themes

December 31st, 2012
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Best Of 2012: 50 Free WordPress Themes

Digifoto We have come to the end of 2012, and a new year is knocking or has already arrived in some areas of the world. High time for this article. Each year, hundreds of amazing free WordPress themes are released: the good, the bad and the ugly. Naturally, 2012 wasn't an exception. WordPress lovers received numerous...

Themes

Fresh and Free WordPress Themes Released In December 2012

December 25th, 2012
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We have come to the end of another fine month. For WordPress users, December 2012 marked the release of WordPress 3.5 Beyond that, many new themes were also released in December, and in this round-up, we shall be taking a look at them.

Tips, Tricks & Tutorials

I Love You, WordPress! But…

December 20th, 2012
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I Love You, WordPress! But…

...There are certain things that I hate about you, sadly. Yes, I know, many WordPress users will disagree (some will already have started cursing me, even without reading this article). On the other hand, many non-WP users might be passing those *I-knew-it* smiles while reading this text. Perhaps you are one of them? In...

CMS

An Easy Choice? WordPress and ExpressionEngine Compared

December 13th, 2012
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An Easy Choice? WordPress and ExpressionEngine Compared

In a world full of multiple options, picking the right CMS can be quite a task at times. Each CMS comes with its own share of good and bad points, thus making the selection process even more difficult. How does one pick the ideal CMS? Which features does one require? These are only some...

Tips, Tricks & Tutorials

WordPress 3.5 First Look: Yay or Nay?

December 11th, 2012
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WordPress 3.5 First Look: Yay or Nay?

WordPress 3.5 "Elvin" has just been released, and it comes with a good number of changes, upgrades and updates. In this article, we take a look at the new offerings that WP 3.5 has brought to the table. For someone who has been working with WordPress ever since the 2.x days, each new release...

CMS

WordPress or MODX? The Winner Is…

December 10th, 2012
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WordPress or MODX? The Winner Is…

WordPress and MODX are two of the most popular Content Management Systems. Each has its own loyal user base and audience, and both WP and MODX are amazing tools when it comes to website management. However, how do the two perform against each other? Alternatively, what are the similarities and dissimilarities between WP and...