Thinking of migrating your blog to WordPress, here are 5 cool plugins that can help you doing that in a better and easy way possible and ofcourse I am takling about WordPress.Org self hosted blog not WordPress.Com. If you are migrating your blog from Blogger then you must read this post.
WordPress developers launched WordPress.Com’s debug bar for Self Hosted WordPress Blogs . It adds a debug menu to WP admin bar that shows query, cache, and other helpful debugging information. Good for developers.
Display your host’s PHP, MySQL & Memcached (if installed) information on your WordPress site dashboard.
Yes you can access PhpMyAdmin section for managing your WordPress site’s MySQL database direct from your WP admin area dashboard.
Sometimes when you activate any wrong conflicting plugin, your WordPress admin section disappears. You can easily overcome this by three different methods discussed here.
You can make WordPress to automatically repair your site’s database. Open wp-config.php file (present in your site’s root directory) and add the following code, just above the Happy Blogging line:
Keeping a backup of your WordPress site keeps your content safe. Know how to complete backup your WP site including backup of wp-content directory, plugins, themes etc.
MySQL 5.6 includes built-in memecached daemon with InnoDB backing
When your hosting provider gives you limited number of database. You may install many WordPress sites on a single database. No matter how many single WordPress sites or multisite network you install. All you get in one database.
When you install WordPress it asks for some database details. It also asks [...]