I had someone contact me recently that wanted to know what the name of the WordPress Plugin I was using on my sidebar for social media. I'm used to just getting this info on my own using Google Chrome's inspect element feature, as it works for the vast majority of WordPress Plugins. Usually there is a class or ID in the HTML code that reveals its name. Since its clear that not everyone does this, I thought I'd provide a guide on how to do this to benefit those who aren't doing this already. So here's how to identify the name of a WordPress plugin on someone else's website without having to ask them for it (at least in most cases this works).
UPDATE: Google has officially stopped supporting Google Authorship. So there's no longer any point in implementing what's explained in this blog post. Want to get...
Anyone that takes their website seriously should use a CDN. If you take your website seriously and it runs on WordPress, here's an easy guide on how to set one up.
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