10 Signs WordPress Site may be Hacked

Invalid Login
– WordPress doesn’t recognize your account.
– You don’t receive the message to change password.
– Your combination is not working.

10 Signs WordPress Site may be Hacked
10 Signs WordPress Site may be Hacked

Malignant Content in WordPress site
– You see unfamiliar content on your site.
– The theme and plugin files are changed.
– The look of the website is drastically modified.

Suspicious Visits
– Google Analytics shows suspicious visitors from unknown places.
– You see new promotion links released in the wild.
– Scanning the website shows malicious code in the website.
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WordPress‬‬.com for Google Docs‬ Chrome Extension Add-on Released

WordPress.com for Google Docs Chrome Extension is now allow you to write, read, edit and collaborate within Google Docs to be directly ported over to WordPress.com by retaining most of the formatting along with images. By the use of collaborative feature, you can now collaborate with other editor on any story using Google Docs.
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WordPress to Enhance Content Creation and Improve Business

WordPress is the industry leader for simple yet powerful content management. If you’re shopping for a new content management system (CMS), or are building a new practice around one, there are many compelling reasons to consider WordPress. Check out all the ways WordPress can enhance content creation and improve your business.
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WordPress and Tumblr Pros and Cons

There are so many people twittering and asking about what blogging platform to choose – wordpress, tumblr , blogger, self hosted wordpress. So I decided that it is time to explain my view on this matter.

Tumblr – Superfast micro-blogging

Tunblr is a micro blogging enviroment for simple, quick blogging with support for posts, images, quotes, video, audio and links – all you need to get your message out as quick as possible. A simple interface for super fast blogging. Not feature extensive as the others.. but that is the beuaty of the beist. Quick and simple, great for personal and quick blogging.
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Fix WordPress Internal Server Error

I was writing an article earlier today on Blogging Tips and I received the famous Internal Server Error. When this happens you can still access non WordPress pages on your site and see your favicon however the site is unusable and you cannot access any pages, including the WordPress admin area,

This is the kind of message you will see if you have an Internal Server Error :

Internal Server Error
The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request.

Please contact the server administrator, webmaster@yoursite.com.com and inform them of the time the error occurred, and anything you might have done that may have caused the error.

More information about this error may be available in the server error log.

Additionally, a 500 Internal Server Error error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.

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Build interactive online community with WordPress plugins

WordPress is a fantastically versatile blogging platform. It is fully capable of not only providing everything you need in a blog, but can be pushed even further to provide everything you need in a website, CMS, social network and all-in-one convection oven. Okay, maybe that last one was pushing it.

There are a lot of options available to you if you are looking to add some social media aspects to your WordPress blog or further extend the capabilities of WordPress as a social network. It is worth mentioning that the makers of WordPress have introduced a plugin for WPMU called buddypress which is geared towards building a social network with WordPress. But WordPress MU requires dedicated hosting and not all of us can afford that.

OpenId – If you want your users to register in order to post comments you may have an easier time getting users to sign up with an existing OpenId. OpenID is a universal authentication protocol that you can obtain from many major providers like WordPress.com and Yahoo. This plugin allows users to login with an Open ID to manage the blog or simply post a comment. The plugin also allows you to use your own WordPress blog as an Open ID provider so you can use it for other Open ID enabled sites.
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