We just added a separate page for our Blog Posts using this guideline found here :
Most important step is to create two pages, one called ‘Home’ as entry for your static Homepage and one called ‘Blog’ for listing all your blog posts.
Then set the two pages under > Settings > Readings in your Dashboard:
- Enable Frontpage displays ‘A static page (select below)’
- Set Front Page to ‘Home’
- Set Posts Page to ‘Blog’
… some of the must have security measures for your WordPress Admin Area …
Read more: wpbeginner: 13 Vital Tips and Hacks to Protect Your WordPress Admin Area
WordPress security is a topic of huge importance for every website owner. Each week, Google blacklists around 20,000 websites for malware and around 50,000 for phishing. If you are serious about your website, then you need to pay attention to the WordPress security best practices.
Read more: The Ultimate WordPress Security Guide – Step by Step (2017)
Visual Studio: C++ cross-platform mobile solution
Visual Studio (download here) is fast becoming a cross-platform C++ IDE. Our vision is for Visual Studio to become the IDE of choice for your cross-platform C++ code whether you are targeting, Windows (UWP), Android, iOS, Linux, Xbox, PlayStation, Marmalade or more. In the past year or so, we have enabled support for Android, iOS (in preview) targeting, improved integration with the popular cross-platform game engine Marmalade, introduced a new compiler toolset (Clang/C2) for improving code portability between Windows and non-Windows platforms. If you talk about the Android platform specifically which is what this post is really about, typically the use of C++ is common for applications which are computationally intensive such as games and physics simulations but many applications today are using C++ for its cross-platform nature to author a part or entirety of their application.
Read more here: blogs.msdn.microsoft.com.
It’s very useful, if you know where to find all the existing Mac OS keyboard shortcuts!
As far as I know the only complete list, can be found here:
And of course it’s highly reliable, because it’s from Apple Support !
Fortunately it is very simple to interact with Bluetooth radio and devices on the phone using Windows Embedded Source Tools for Bluetooth Technology. This download contains a bunch of C# files which you can directly use in your code. You will get classes such as BluetoothDevice and BluetoothRadio which allow you to control the device and paired devices.
read more: blogs.msdn.com – bluetooth-device-control-development-using-c#
We started to use the WordPress Plugin Duplicator and it looks very good! 🙂
“The Duplicator gives WordPress administrators the ability to migrate, copy or clone a site from one location to another.
The plugin also serves as a simple backup utility.
The Duplicator supports both serialized and base64 serialized string replacement.
If you need to move WordPress or backup WordPress this plugin can help simplify the process.
For complete details visit lifeinthegrid.com.”
see also: https://wordpress.org/plugins/duplicator/
Microsoft launched the Community 2013 edition of Visual Studio, which essentially replaces the very limited Visual Studio Express version the company has been offering for a few years now.
There is a huge difference between Visual Studio Express and the aptly named Visual Studio 2013 Community edition, though: The new version is extensible, so get access to the over 5,100 extensions now in the Visual Studio ecosystem. It’s basically a full version of Visual Studio with no restrictions, except that you can’t use it in an enterprise setting and for teams with more than five people (you can, however, use it for any other kind of commercial and non-commercial project).
“The simple way to think about this is that we are broadening up access to Visual Studio,” Microsoft’s corporate VP of its Developer Division S. “Soma” Somasegar told me in an interview late last month. Somasegar told me that the Community Edition will allow you to build any kind of application for the Web, mobile devices, desktop and the cloud. “It’s a full features version of Visual Studio,” he noted. “It includes the full richness of the Visual Studio extensions and ecosystem.”
more info, here:
There are several tools, you may find, to test if your page is mobile friendly but I think it’s also very important to get a good ranking at Google and maybe not yet but for sure in the future mobile friendliness will also be a big criteria ….
So I recommend using Google’s mobile friendliness test: