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  1. i think you have add a wrong entry or try this http://filezilla-project.org/
  2. For your Answers you have to follow google API referenes the link is here http://code.google.com/apis/libraries/
  3. WP Super Cache is best This plugin generates static html files from your dynamic WordPress blog. After a html file is generated your webserver will serve that file instead of processing the comparatively heavier and more expensive WordPress PHP scripts. The static html files will be served to the vast majority of your users, but because a user's details are displayed in the comment form after they leave a comment those requests are handled by the legacy caching engine. Static files are served to: Users who are not logged in. Users who have not left a comment on your blog. Or users who have not viewed a password protected post.
  4. First we must create was is known as the .htaccess authentication file. This file is the key to providing who has access to the files in the directory and what types of operations they are allowed to perform within the directory. This tutorial will restrict who is able to view (GET) files from the directory and upload (POST) files into the directory. For more elaborate security measures, check out Apache's web site. Open your favorite editor (Windows®, Notepad works well) or telnet into your web server and use a Unix editor like vi. Using the text below as a guideline, create a text file where /var/www/html/private/ is the absolute path of the directory where you would like to store your authentication usernames/passwords and My Private Directory is the name you would like for the authentication window. AuthUserFile /var/www/html/private/.htpasswd AuthGroupFile /dev/null AuthName "My Private Directory" AuthType Basic <Limit GET POST> require valid-user </Limit> Note: the absolute path to the .htpasswd file is very important. If unsure about this path, ask your hosting provider or telnet into the server and from the directory you want to keep your usernames/passwords, type pwd at the shell prompt. Note: the .htaccess file also protects subdirectories of the directory in which it is placed. [*]Save this file as .htaccess. [*]The .htaccess file needs to be placed inside the directory you would like protected. If the file was created on your local workstation, ftp the file into the directory you want protected. If a Unix editor like vi was used, use the mv command to move the file to the required directory.
  5. website is both template and coding scratch so you need this you have contact the owner of this site thanks
  6. Hi - I am updating a theme which I copied over from the live site to localhost. I can view the main page, but when I try to view any of the other pages that are published I get this message: Fatal error: Call to undefined function get_header() in /Library/WebServer/Documents/wp-content/themes/new/sitemap.php on line 6 Is it possible to view secondary pages on local host? thanks!
  7. Please Follow the steps to configure your database in wordpress site you have to create a database first from your Web Hosting provider then fill this up from your wp-config.php:/** The name of the database for WordPress */define('DB_NAME', 'databasename');/** MySQL database username */define('DB_USER', 'user');/** MySQL database password */define('DB_PASSWORD', 'password');/** MySQL hostname */define('DB_HOST', 'localhost');