This is not good, according to SEO experts, as it causes to spread duplicate content across your website which can effect your search traffic and SEO ranking. Besides that, it also creates duplicated pages with ?fb_xd_fragment parameter reports in your analytics platform.
A few days ago I announced that our site has moved from a subdomain under the name “tutorials.triptripper.com” to its new permanent top level domain, at TutsKid.com. I have mentioned in that post that I plan to publish the process involved in moving this blog to a new domain.
Nobody like spam! Unless, of course, It’s Fried . In this tutorial, I’m going to show you two WordPress hacks using .htaccess file and function.php file to stop spammy comments. If you have a WordPress blog, then you’re probably irritated with the amount of daily spam comments. Yes, you must be already using akismet, but this is another trick to stop comment spam.
Most of the spammers don’t even go to your blog to post spammy comments. They use a dedicated software or script to do this work. So in this post, we’re going to look at denying comment posting to no referrer requests, if the comment isn’t actually coming from your site, then it gets blocked.
Most of webmasters are aware of the benefits of the loading speed of their website. The webpages with better page load time will rank better in major search engines like Google. Page load time is not only good for SEO purpose but also important for your website visitor, as they will likely spend more time on your blog or website.
One of the best ways of speeding up your website is to host the images of your site in another subdomain because of the parallel downloading ability of a browser. So, in this tutorial I will show you how to host your WordPress images in a subdomain and also redirect the old images that were hosted in the main domain.
Recently, I had to move this blog from a subfolder under the name “triptripper.com/how-to-tutorials/” to a subdomain with the name “tutorials.triptripper.com“. Main reason is that the topics of this blog is different from the main domain. So, to not to confuse the visitors when they go to the main domain, I decided moving the blog to subdomain.
How to move WordPress from a subdirectory to subdomain
It’s really a simple process. This actually involves just three steps: