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All Time Most Popular WordPress Plugins

WordPress has treasure of plugins, but you must need to download plugin just after installing fresh WordPress. Here are some list of those, all time most popular wordpress plugins. Contact Form 7: Most popular among all, and must needed plugin ever, as it is downloaded most of all wordpress plugins. It have all facilities which […]


Easy Steps to Optimize Your Website

You can write million things on website optimization for speed. Here are few of them important steps which need to consider for the same. 1. Run your images through smushit.com. While it’s obvious to keep your image sizes down as low as possible, it’s not as obvious that some image editing programs like photoshop can […]

Make Windows Run More Smoothly

Whether you have a humble netbook or a powerful custom PC, you will almost invariably be, at some point, wasting precious system resources on the unnecessary. Resources and power which should be diverted to the task at hand are often clogged by forces unseen, and can negatively impact your browsing, work, or anything else. These […]

500 Internal Server Error PHP

You often get “500 – Internal server error” error message when a user tries to access your Apache based dynamic PHP application. Mainly, to solve this problem, you need to check error logs located here, >> var/log/message >> /var/log/httpd/error_log This error only occurs when there is a issue in your web server. This problem can […]

How to Increase Google Adsense CTR

The simple way to earn money with Google Adsense is to learn how to get clicks of valuable visitors. Here are some of the tips How to Increase Google Adsense CTR. 1. Remove Other Service Ads First of all to make sure that you get a high CTR and earning per click is to make […]

How to Change The Value of a PHP Setting

You can apply custom PHP settings on a per-folder basis using a local php.ini file. For example, you need register_globals set to Off in a directory. For this purpose you should log in your cPanel and go to the File Manager. There navigate to the directory where you’d like this setting applied. In this directory […]