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Dessky Cache – Lightweight Caching Plugin for WordPress

October 5, 2017 in Blog, Freebies, Reviews by

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Dessky Cache is a free lightweight and simple plugin for WordPress site caching. There are no million tabs of options you need to configure and it could be up and running a minutes.

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WordPress Admin Menu Breaks in Chrome 45

September 20, 2015 in Blog by

Last week we have noticed a bug in Chrome 45 that breaks the Wordpress admin menu. This problem originated from the Chrome’s Slimming Paint feature which is enabled by default in Chrome 45.

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WooCommerce 2.3.10 Release – Theme Update Notice

June 2, 2015 in Blog by

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New WooCommerce 2.3.10 release is now available for download via WordPress.org. Should you update WooCommerce if you are using WooShop,NanoShop,Tyrell,Yolee themes?

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7 Best WordPress WooCommerce Themes for Spring 2015

March 24, 2015 in Blog by

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Spring of 2015 is in full bloom and WordPress theme developers are busy making fresh designs with lots of parallax scrolls, ghost buttons and hero areas that are popular these days. We have made another collection of the Best WordPress WooCommerce Themes. In this collection all themes are responsive and multi-purpose.

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WooCommerce 2.3 has arrived, should you update?

February 13, 2015 in Blog by

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New WooCommerce version 2.3 is published and it comes with a lots of upgrades.

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9 Best Free WooCommerce Themes for 2015

January 2, 2015 in Blog by

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If you want to use WooCommerce to build an online store, then you have to check out our selection of Free WooCommerce Themes for 2015.

We spent time to put together a list of the best 9 Free WooCommerce Themes to make starting of your online store a snap.

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16 Best WooCommerce WordPress Themes for 2015

January 2, 2015 in Blog by

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Here you will find a list containing 16 Best WooCommerce Themes for the 2015 that were hand-picked by our team for your online business.

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WordPress Ping List 2015

January 2, 2015 in Blog by

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Here is a Fresh Wordpress Ping List for 2015 that will help you to quickly index you articles on search engines. Enjoy!

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Best Free Slider Plugins for Your WordPress Website

October 14, 2014 in Blog by

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There are nearly 800 sliders available to select from on WordPress.org and this article will guide you through the ten best slider plugins you can get.

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It is impossible to get 95+ on Google PageSpeed Insights

October 10, 2014 in Blog by

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You may think it will be easy to achieve an excellent score on Google PageSpeed Insights. Well, the truth is a bit more harsh.

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10 Simple Ways to Improve WordPress Security

October 10, 2014 in Blog by

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Nothing is more frustrating for a website owner than seeing his hard work drain away after someone hacks the website. Hence, it is imperative that website security be treated with the seriousness it deserves.

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Common WordPress SEO Mistakes

October 10, 2014 in Blog by

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You may think that optimizing your WordPress website ends with the publishing of your latest article, but you would be wrong.

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WooCommerce 2.2 has arrived, should you update?

September 10, 2014 in Blog by

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New WooCommerce version 2.2 is published and it comes with a lots of upgrades. Dessky themes are not yet compatible with the woocommerce 2.2+ and all of them will be updated till 19th September – as always sooner rather than later. We strongly suggest that you wait for updating woocommerce until new theme version arrives!

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The Guide to Free WordPress Themes

August 1, 2014 in Blog by

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Any person will prefer free themes over having to pay for one. After all, a person starting a website needs to save his costs where possible. However, you may meet your downfall if you decide to use just any theme that you see as free themes can often lead to slower loading speeds and are more vulnerable to malicious attacks. This guide will provide you with information and advice that you can use while looking for a free themes.

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How to Fix the WordPress White Screen of Death

July 31, 2014 in Blog by

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The WordPress White Screen of Death is a common problem that every WordPress user have faced at least once. Here are a few methods you can employ to fix this problem.

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How to Increase the Speed of Your WordPress Website in 5 Quick Ways

July 15, 2014 in Blog by

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Here are some methods to increase the speed of your website from which you can benefit.

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10 Free WordPress Themes from June 2014

July 1, 2014 in Blog by

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While many WordPress themes cost about a sixty dollars you can also find a free ones with a terrific design. Here are our favorites from the June of 2014.

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10 Woocommerce Themes from June 2014

July 1, 2014 in Blog by

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Themes that are Woocommerce compatible can provide a lot of benefits to anyone looking to promote an online shop. Here are some of the top WooCommerce themes from this hot June of 2014.

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10 WordPress Themes from June 2014

July 1, 2014 in Blog by

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These themes can help you to make your website unique while showcasing the individual design taste. Here is a look at some of the best WordPress themes from the hot June of 2014.

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How to find out which WordPress Plugins are Slowing Down Your Website

June 9, 2014 in Blog by

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The purpose of this article is to create awareness among the readers and provide recommendations for some of the very helpful plugins that will give you an idea of what is damaging your website speed and how.

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2 Free Themes for WooCommerce 2.1

February 14, 2014 in Blog by

Free Themes for Woocommerce 2.1

WooCommerce 2.1 is packed with a lot of new stuff and as it usually comes some Wordpress developers didn’t have time to update their themes. This delay is even more apparent if themes are free! We will try to close this gap with two advanced and free themes from Dessky Lab that are WooCommerce 2.1 compatible.

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WooCommerce 2.1 is out, should you upgrade?

February 10, 2014 in Blog by

As of right now we have not yet finished themes testing so please wait for a new theme versions that will have all necessary upgrades and fixes.

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How to configure or Disable WordPress auto updates

January 29, 2014 in Blog by

Sometimes updates don’t go as planned especially if you have heavily customized website with a millions of plugins.

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11 Best Free WordPress Themes for 2014

January 24, 2014 in Blog by

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If you’re planning to build an eCommerce website then WordPress is the best platform available. All you need is to install WordPress platform and get a free WordPress Themes. We know that choosing a best theme for your website is quite difficult and time-consuming. So, here we have created a list of 11 Best Free WordPress Themes for 2014.

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10 Best WooCommerce WordPress Themes for 2014

January 23, 2014 in Blog by

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10 Best WooCommerce WordPress Themes for 2014 is an awesome collection for your online business! Each theme comes with powerful features and responsive design.

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WordPress Ping List 2014

January 21, 2014 in Blog by

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The more services you have the more quickly will search engine index your post. This 2014 Ping List is fully filtered and tested by our SEO team.

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blockUI requires jQuery v1.2.3 or later! You are using v1.10.2

November 5, 2013 in Blog by

blockUI requires jQuery v1.2.3 or later! You are using v1.10.2

Are you having WordPress 3.7 jQuery Error? Don’t panic, everything will be just fine in just a moment. You don’t have to worry about downgrading either.

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Disable WooCommerce Scripts and Styles

September 18, 2013 in Blog, Code Snippets by

Here’s how to disable all the extra scripts and style-sheets WooCommerce loads throughout your web site, and restricts them to just loading in your store area.

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New WooShop Lite 2.0 Theme is available!

July 8, 2013 in Blog by

New WooShop Lite 2.0 Theme is available!

A new version of WooShop Lite – Version 2.0 – has been released.

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New WooShop 2.0 Theme arrives!

July 8, 2013 in Blog by

New WooShop 2.0 Theme arrives!

A new version of our WooCommerce Theme – WooShop – Version 2.0 – has been released. Theme improvements include: WordPress 3.5.2 Ready, WooCommerce 2+ Ready

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How and When to Use Actions and Filters

July 2, 2013 in Blog by

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It’s impossible to write a WordPress plugin without actions and filters, and knowing what’s available to use and when to use them can make a big difference.

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How can I recover my WordPress admin password if my site gets hacked?

June 12, 2013 in Blog by

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We are going to show you four simple steps each of which will help you recover your WordPress password for the superuser better known as the admin.

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How to recover WordPress admin password using phpMyAdmin

June 11, 2013 in Blog by

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This method is one of the most popular recovery methods.

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WordPress Search and Replace Tool

June 10, 2013 in Blog, Freebies by

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When you’re migrating WordPress between domains, you must use a safe search and replace method that preserves the integrity of the serialized data.

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Display number of items in cart together with total – WooCommerce

June 9, 2013 in Blog, Code Snippets by

How to display number of items in cart together with total in WooCommerce.

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WordPress 3.6 – Core support for Audio/Video!

May 8, 2013 in Blog by

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The upcoming WordPress 3.6 release will add core support for audio and video files. Below is a quick preview of how you might upload a video in WordPress 3.6. As you may see there is an option to post embed code or upload your own video file. What we like about the update is that […]

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Millions of WordPress sites used in the recent DDoS Attacks

May 3, 2013 in Blog by

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Distributed Denial of Service attacks have increased in scale, intensity and frequency. There are wide range of motives for these attacks criminal, political, or social makes every company or organization with an online presence a potential target. Couple of days ago a unique DDoS attack against a large gaming website was detected. Hackers where using […]

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Get List of Coupons used by one Customer in all WooCommerce orders

May 3, 2013 in Blog, Code Snippets by

The beauty of code snippets is their ability to save you time when developing a site. If you are a WooCommerce developer you may find this snippet usefull for Coupons listing.

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Migrate your WordPress database with Single Click

April 26, 2013 in Blog by

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Finally there is an essential time-saving tool for WordPress developers. WP Migrate DB Pro eliminates the manual work of migrating a WP database. Copy your db from one WP install to another with ONE CLICK from your dashboard. It is especially handy for syncing a local development database with a live site. How to keep […]

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Critical WP Super Cache and W3TC Total Cache Update

April 25, 2013 in Blog by

Two of the biggest caching plugins in WordPress have very serious vulnerability – remote code execution (RCE), a.k.a., arbitrary code execution. What is the arbitrary code execution? Arbitrary code execution is used to describe an attacker’s ability to execute any commands of the attacker’s choice on a target machine or in a target process. From […]

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WordPress Ping List 2013

April 19, 2013 in Blog by

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In WordPress terms a ping is a “this site has new content” notification that invites search engine bots to visit your blog. When new pages and posts are created it may take some time for that new URL to be indexed by search engines (depending on the site’s crawl rate). By default, WordPress pings one […]

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What is a WordPress Pingback?

April 16, 2013 in Blog by

A pingback is a way for one blog to tell another blog that it has made a post about that blog. It’s like this. Say Adam makes a post on his blog. Bob then sees that post, and makes a post on his blog as well, and includes a link in his post to Adam’s […]

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WordPress 3.6 Beta Has Arrived

April 12, 2013 in Blog by

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WordPress 3.6 Beta has just arrived and is ready for testing. This exciting news means that we can expect the official WordPress 3.6 release very soon. If you are a WordPress plugin or theme developer you need to make sure that your extensions are compatible with the upcoming 3.6 release. What’s New in WordPress 3.6? […]

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BuddyPress 1.7 Released with Theme Compatibility

April 12, 2013 in Blog by

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New BuddyPress 1.7 is finally here with the exciting new Theme Compatibility feature! In the past you may have paid a lot of bucks to get your WordPress theme compatible with BuddyPress. Even with the help of the BP Template Pack, you had to be able to manipulate the markup and CSS of your theme […]

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Ultimatum Theme Review

April 2, 2013 in Blog by

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The Ultimatum Theme is not actually a “theme” it is the WordPress Theme Framework. Here you actually do drag & drop the components onto the areas of the screen you want them in. True Drag & Drop. But you can’t put them just anywhere (so it’s not perfect). You first need to create rows (and […]

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Manage Multiple WordPress Sites with InfiniteWP

April 1, 2013 in Blog by

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If you run more than one WordPress install, or if you have clients that run WordPress sites that you’re responsible for, then you know how long it takes to log into each site every time you need to do things like update plugins, themes or WordPress core itself. Luckily, there is a tool called InfiniteWP, […]

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Dessky Goes to the Cloud

March 7, 2013 in Blog by

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Today we have finally launched beta version of our file sharing service called Dessky Cloud. With the new Dessky Cloud service you can easily share files publicly with everyone and also privately with your friends and co-workers. Every Dessky user can easily share files or folders over the Internet, preview and edit most common file […]

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How to Create a WordPress Membership Site

January 19, 2013 in Blog by

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Membership site are used for selling membership programs and then takes care of delivering content and managing user accounts. In other words, it’s a site where subscribers get premium packages of content distributed in specific time intervals. WordPress platform has evolved quite a bit, and now allows you to do pretty much anything with it. […]

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10 Top Quality Ecommerce WordPress Themes

January 5, 2013 in Blog by

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WordPress is not any more only a powerful tool for blogging but it is also, thanks to the ecommerce themes and plugins, a serious choice for an online shop platform. There are useful plugins which turn WordPress into the online shop, like Woocommerce and Jigoshop. Using this WordPress plugins, web developers started to create themes […]

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How to Create a Responsive WordPress Theme

August 9, 2012 in Blog by

What is Actually a Responsive Theme? A responsive theme (as the one used for this website), is an approach to web development that allows a website to have a flexible layout across different monitor sizes, screen resolutions, and platforms, be it a computer, tablet or mobile device. It allows the developer to create a site […]

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We’re in beta!

March 26, 2012 in Blog by

What does this mean? This means that most of Dessky.com is working just fine. But like every new Web app, there are some rough edges that we may have missed through even the most rigorous checking. And when thousands of people like you use the site, you’re likely to find them. How can I help? […]

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