When I am implementing CRM projects, I always create a private site for internal marketing. It helps end users to find resource and feedback. Let me explain how to initialize a private site and invite viewers on WordPress.com in this post.
Here is a list of my favorite resource related to WordPress. It will be maintained and update regularly.
- Plugin: Advanced Menu Widget, Custom Widget Area, jQuery Mega Menu Widget, Len Slider, and WP UI.
- Plugin How-To: Play with shortcode
- Theme Collection
- Theme How-To: Customize Twenty Twelve
- Others: Topics worth pay attention
In my previous WordPress project, we need to provide contents for Japanese reader. I work with a marketing team who is not familiar with Japanese. They would like to work with Traditional Chinese but the WordPress localization would turn every thing into local language. How to keep theme with Japanese while admin with Traditional Chinese?
I am going to explain bi-language WordPress in the following orders:
- Theme in Traditional Chinese while Admin in English
- Theme in English while Admin in Traditional Chinese
- Theme in Japanese while Admin in Traditional Chinese or Japanese
Here I am going to show you to to Embedded Salesforce page in WordPress as I have mentioned in my previous post How to get data in Salesforce from WordPress without authentication?
We are going to create a Visualforce Page, and make it available in WordPress.
It’s easy to create content in WordPress. But what if we need to get data from Salesforce? For example, if I want to show the total registered number of a campaign, what should I do?
So far as I know, there are two different solution.
- Embedded Salesforce page in WordPress
- Get data through Salesforce REST API
When you login to wp-admin of TurnKey WordPress VM, you will see updates for WordPress, Plug-ins, and Themes in [Dashboard] → [Updates]. When you are ready for installation, it will prompt for ftp user name and password. It never works with your root account.
It is easy to setup and run your WordPress Site but difficult to protect from hackers and spam. That’s why I choose to adopt the free WordPress.com which helps me to focus on contents.
When I setup WordPress for my customers, I will secure wp-config.php and limit the database account to current WordPress database only. It prevent access to the WordPress configuration file which contains the database account and password in non-encrypted format. Even if they get the file, the database user account is limited to access the WordPress database.