Problem Currently, if you want to move your WordPress install to a new host and keep the same domain, you only need to move all the files (WordPress Core, Themes, and Plugins), and then export/import the database. It’s pretty straight forward, but still more complex than many users are capable of. However, if you want […] Continue reading
There were some problems with the swift options page when used on WordPress MU, I have modified the code to make SWIFT compatible with WordPress MU. Thanks to edelwater of http://almanac.farmvillechicken.com/ for his help with the code. Apart from WordPress MU support, Improvements in this version include Fixed the image resizing problem reported here All the options have been […] Continue reading
Hello Swiftler’s, I need your help. I made some major changes to the back-end of the theme. Earlier each option of the SWIFT was stored in a separate variable, that’s 200+ records related to the swift in the options table. Though mysql database can handle such number of records easily, it’s not a good practice. […] Continue reading
As your blog grows, you might want to build a community around it. If vBulletin is your choice, this guide is for you. Importing WordPress users to vBulletin 4.0 forum If there are lot of users already registered on your blog, It’s a good idea to start the forum with those users already registered on the forum. Unfortunately there […] Continue reading
Here are few reasons
- Validation is a sign of professionalism.
- Many engines cannot properly catalog or index a site that has serious HTML errors. This can greatly reduce the amount of traffic your web site receives from search engines. With SWIFT you don’t have that problem.