WordPress

Migrating WordPress Content to MongoDB

WordPress uses MySQL as a primary database to store its content that includes posts, categories, tags, users, media and other meta details. WordPress also has a pretty awesome import/export feature that generates a generic XML file containing the content information. This article is a part of Codeforgeek redesign series. When we chose to decouple WordPress …

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How to Change WordPress Permalink Without Breaking the SEO

Learn how to change the WordPress permalink in an established website without breaking your search engine ranking and structure. We will also learn the options to perform the 301 redirections either using plugin or Nginx. Case Study We at Codeforgeek use this permalink structure before. domain.com/year/month/post-name/ As you can see we included the year and …

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Announcing Spark – Content Re-sharing App for WordPress

You hit the ‘Publish’ button and share it on Facebook and other social media. You started getting social reach and engagements. Maybe it became viral too! As days go by, reach goes lower so the engagements and possibly some traffic to our website. No more, introducing Spark – Content Re-Sharing App for WordPress. What is …

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