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Update: b2evolution to WordPress migration

This is an update to previous post. Since this blog was migrated successfully from b2evolution to WordPress, I decided to migrate another blog. More issues noticed with that particular migration. The blog was at a bigger scale and it’s too much work to fix issues manually. Therefore I decided to get my hands dirty to hack the…

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Migrating from b2evolution to WordPress

Update: There’s updated post addressing issues with the script. This site was recently migrated from b2evolution to WordPress. I’ve been wanting to do this for a while. There’s nothing wrong with b2evolution. It’s a very powerful CMS / blogging engine, and in my opinion, it’s more powerful than WordPress. When I started this site I had grand…

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WordPress: Expose username fix and hide author page

It’s inevitable that hackers want to break into your site. With some of the WordPress-based sites I managed, I’m surprised to find that no matter what username changed to, even if the name is very cryptic, there are hacking attempts with those usernames! I looked everywhere to ensure username is not exposed yet they could…

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Making Foundation 5 top bar working with WordPress Menu

wp_nav_menu() is a WordPress function to display menu defined with register_nav_menus() in functions.php. When using foundation framework in a WordPress theme, the standard way to use wp_nav_menu() works if you have a single-level menu, ie no drop-downs. It’s when it’s a multi-level menu with sub-menu in the drop-down that it won’t look nor work properly…

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