How to Properly Move WordPress to a New Domain Without Losing SEO

Recently one of our users asked for our help in moving their WordPress site to a new domain. We thought it would be nice to share this process here, so it helps others who are looking to do the same. In this article, we will show you how to properly move your WordPress site to a new domain name without losing your SEO rankings.

Before You Start

Before you start, we want to emphasize a few things. The process of switching to a new domain will temporarily affect your search engine rankings as Google and other search engines adjusts to the changes. Yes, this will also temporarily affect

your search traffic as well. Please keep in mind that this is normal, and it happens to all sites that switch to a new domain.

However, the best part is that you can dramatically decrease the negative SEO effects that migration can have by following this guide. We will show you the right way of moving your WordPress site to a new domain name, setting up proper 301 redirects, and notifying search engines.

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How to Limit or Disable Automatic Empty Trash in WordPress

In WordPress, when delete a post or comment, it goes into trash. By default, trashed posts and comments remain in your database for 30 days giving you enough time to restore them if needed. After 30 days, WordPress automatically deletes all trash content permanently. In this article, we will show you how to limit or disable automatic WordPress empty trash feature.


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How to Properly Use the More Tag in WordPress

Do you want to a show a summary of your article on your homepage with a read more link? WordPress comes with two built-in methods that allows you to do that. One of these methods is known as the More Tag. In this article, we will show you how to properly use the More Tag in WordPress.

Video Tutorial

If you don’t like the video or need more instructions, then continue reading.

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Open Source Alternative – Circular

Buffer is one of the most popular apps for managing multiple social media profiles, scheduling posts and more.

Circular is an open source alternative for Buffer that is built as a Backbone.js app with a REST API written in PHP that stores data in MongoDB.

It only works with Twitter where you can add a list of tweets and they will be sent on the date-time defined.

Multiple accounts are supported and a bookmarklet helps using it easier.

P.S. The app can also be used and tried with the hosted version.


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A WordPress-Powered Scratch Document With Code Highlighting – Capsule

When working on a web project, many of us usually keep a scratch document open to copy/cut/paste code snippets without losing them.

Capsule is a free WordPress theme that is specifically built to replace that scratch document.

It comes with a built-in code editor and supports Markdown Extra syntax + GitHub-style fenced code blocks.

The code editor has support for syntax highlighting of many languages, tags can be added quickly with metadata and they can be filtered.

Any number of entries can be added, they are listed with their creation dates and quick links exist for locating them faster (tags or adding to favorites).

Also, there is Capsule Server which makes “team collaboration” possible by replicating selecting entries with other Capsule installs.


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Self-Hosted And Free Project Management App For Freelancers – Solo

Solo is a free project management application that is built with freelancers in mind.

It is self-hosted, created with PHP and uses MySQL for storing the data.

The application has a slick interface where a single user (limited to a user) can create any number of projects + tasks and bind them with clients.

Tasks can be easily searched, reordered with drag ‘n’ drops and files can be attached to them.

File uploader is also powerful, it can handle multiple files and has inline file previews.

There is a project calendar to view tasks quickly, an activity stream shows all the footprint of yours anda timer helps you keep track of the time spent for each task/project/client.


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Present Projects In A Browser – WebProjector

When sharing designs with teammates or customers, sending them via e-mail or other ways is usually a bad way of presenting and hard to track

WebProjector is a free web-based tool that is built just for this. We can simply upload images via drag ‘n drops, send a link via e-mail and the images are presented in the order we prefer.

The tool also notifies us when they are viewed or number of views and it can wrap our designs in mobile, tablet or desktop frames for a more realistic view.

Additionally, it is possible to get comments on each design too.