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Ultimate Keyword Research Guide for Amazon Niche Site (Step by Step) - Marketever

The most important part of launching a niche site is keyword research. If you don’t do it properly, your site will inevitably fail.

Many niche site projects fail because of some simple keyword research mistakes.

Step by step keyword research guide for amazon niche site. For niche site builders, Keyword Research Is 80%, and rest of the process is 20% of the job.

Using Gulp for WordPress Automation

What Is Gulp
Gulp is a streaming build system. You might have heard about and used grunt already. But lately gulp is getting more popular. It can do amazing stuff like compiling LESS/Sass, JS files, live reloading web pages and lots more.

Why Use Gulp
It can save you a lot of time by automating several tasks. And the best thing is you have the power to tell it what to do, unlike relying on third party tools to implement certain functionality. In short you can build your own automation tool as per your set of needs.

Create your PHP Framework (current)

Introduction Why would you Like to Create your Own Framework? Before You Start Bootstrapping Dependency Management Our Project The HttpFoundation Component Going OOP with the HttpFoundation Component The Front Controller The Routing Component Templating The HttpKernel Component: the Controller Resolver The Separation of Concerns Unit Testing The EventDispatcher Component The HttpKernel Component: HttpKernelInterface The HttpKernel Component: The HttpKernel Class The DependencyInjection Component

Build a Custom WordPress User Flow — Part 1: Replace the Login Page

In this three-part tutorial series, I will show you how to fix this by customizing the login and new user registration functionality to fit your site's looks, without violating WordPress's best practices.

- Create the Plugin - Create the Custom Pages For Login - Add Content to the Login Page - Step 1: Create the Shortcode - Step 2: Add Contents to the HTML Template - Redirect the Visitor to Login Page - Step 1: Redirect the User to Our Login Page - Step 2: Redirect When There Are Errors - Step 3: Render Error Messages - Step 4: Show Correct Message at Logout

Create a URL Shortener Plugin for WordPress

URL shortening is a technique in which a URL is made substantially shorter in length and still links to the required page. This is achieved by using a redirect on a domain name that is short, which links to the web page that has the longer URL.

In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to create a URL shortening plugin for WordPress using Google’s URL Shortener API.

Custom Database Tables: Creating the Table

In this series we'll be looking at using custom database tables. We'll cover how to create, maintain and remove the table, as well as how to safely, and efficiently, add, remove and query data. In this first article we look at when custom tables might be appropriate, the pros and cons of using them and how to create the table.

WordPress Gear is a compendium of useful developer tools for working with WordPress.


WordPress-Gear is meant to be community driven, please feel free to jump in and add/remove any useful information via GitHub.

The easiest way to contribute is to have a GitHub account then click, then click edit. This will automatically fork this project to your account so you can make changes, then submit a pull request. There are additional instruction if you want to clone this locally in the readme.

Lets start with the ultimate guide to wordPress multisite part -3 – Z2A

Installing and Activating Themes

Only the super administrator of a network can install themes and make them available for sites to use. You can do this in one of two ways: you can allow them for individual sites or you can network activate them. A theme can only be activated on a site if it’s been network enabled or enabled for that site.

Here’s how you install a theme and network enable it:

In the Network admin screens, go to Themes > Add New and install the theme in the same way as you would for a standard WordPress site. On the ‘Installing Theme’ screen that appears, click the Network Enable link.

Alternatively, to network enable a theme you’ve already installed, click on Themes to go to the Themes screen, then click the Network Enable link below a theme.

Lets start with the ultimate guide to wordPress multisite part -4 – Z2A

Previous three articles of this series:

Lets start with the ultimate guide to wordPress multisite Lets start with the ultimate guide to wordPress multisite part – 2 Lets start with the ultimate guide to wordPress multisite part – 3

Managing Your Network: Updates, Users and Settings

As well as managing the individual sites in your network, you’ll need to manage the network itself. This will include:

Updating WordPress Updating themes and plugins Managing users Customizing the settings.

Let’s take a look at each of these in turn.

Lets start with the ultimate guide to wordPress multisite – Z2A

In this article I’m going to show you everything you need to know to get started with Multisite and create your own network of blogs or sites.

I’ll cover:

What is Multisite and how is it different from regular WordPress? Uses for Multisite (with some examples) When not to use Multisite How to activate Multisite on a new or existing WordPress installation Creating blogs in your network Managing your network, including installing themes and plugins, creating sites and setting up domain mapping Plugins to make Multisite even better.

But first, let’s get some terminology straight. In this post I’m going to use the word network and site to refer to two different things:

Lets start with the ultimate guide to wordPress multisite part -2 – Z2A

This is second article of Lets start with the ultimate guide to wordPress multisite. You should read the first article to start from the beginning of the ultimate guide to wordPress multisite.

Activating Multisite on a Fresh WordPress Installation

Activating Multisite when you install WordPress involves a few extra steps. Firstly, you need to install WordPress and allowing a network.

Install WordPress in the normal way. Download WordPress and use the ‘famous 5 minute install’ to install it on your server or local machine. Open your wp-config.php file which you’ll find in the folder where you installed WordPress. Find the line that reads:

Creating Child Themes for Your WordPress Theme Framework

The theme framework you've built will be used as a parent theme in the sites you develop. This means that in each case you'll need to create a child theme to create a unique site with its own design and with extra or different functions compared to the framework.

The obvious way to go about this is to dive in and start creating template files in your child theme to override those in the framework, but thanks to the action and filter hooks you've added to your framework, this might not always be the best approach.

In this article, I'll outline some of the techniques you can use in your child themes to make best use of your framework and improvise your workflow.

Sass: Install Sass

There are a couple of ways to start using Sass:
1. Applications : There are a good many applications that will get you up and running with Sass in a few minutes for Mac, Windows, and Linux. You can download most of the applications for free but a few of them are paid apps (and totally worth it).

2. Command Line : In Linux:
If you're using a distribution of Linux, you'll need to install Ruby first. You can install Ruby through the apt package manager, rbenv, or rvm.

Google Ranking Factors: The Complete List

You probably already know that Google uses about 200 ranking factors in their algorithm…
But what the heck are they?
Well today you’re in for a treat because I’ve put together a complete list.
Some are proven.
Some are controversial.
Others are SEO nerd speculation.