Many of this blog readers asked me which plugin/code I’m using in the sidebar for Stylized Subscription Widget. So today I decide to share this with you! because It’s almost more than 2 months. I’ve not shared any Stylized Subscription for Widget Blogger and WordPress Widget.Coming back to topic this widget simple uses HTML and CSS. It’ll keep your sidebar clean! 😉 It contains FeedBurner Form, Twitter Follow Button, Facebook and Google buttons.Adding Customized And Stylized Subscription Widget.
You just need to place a code to your blog widget Follow following steps to add Customized and Stylized Subscription Widget to WordPress and Blogger both!
First of all, you have to create a database to install WordPress. To do that, get back to the XAMPP control panel. Click on the ‘Admin’ link in the MySQL section. This will take you to the phpMyAdmin page.
You can also get to this page by entering the following URL into your browser –http://localhost/phpmyadmin/
Right under the big ‘Databases’ title, you will find a section titled ‘Create database’. Provide the database name and click ‘Create’. This will create the database for you. Note down the database name, we will need it for installing WordPress.
Installing WordPress on XAMP
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A blog’s traffic is one of the most weight carrying properties of a blog. You need to work a lot in order to get traffic. As it is an important thing it also deserves owner’s attention and hard work. Today I’ll tell you one of the basic things you should do in order to increase your blog’s traffic.
Write Good Content: The first thing you have to think about is what you write in your blog. If you’ll write something that is already easily available on the web then you won’t get any traffic because all of the users will be directed to those sites which are already highly ranked. You should try to post innovative, informative and attractive content in order to get the [...]
WordPress dashboard is the page that you see when logging into the admin area of WordPress blog. When you log in, you’ll see widgets contains information about Right Now, Recent Comments, Incoming Links, Plugins, QuickPress, Recent Draft, WordPress Blog, and Other WordPress News. The following is example of WordPress dashboard:
The widgets are intended to provide quick information to you. However, because the interest of each blog owner is different, of course, sometimes the information provided is not deemed necessary. However, WordPress Developer gives the freedom, you can show or hide the widgets.
How to set up WordPress dashboardPlease, login to the [...]