How To Duplicate A Page In WordPress

  • Posted on: 30 April 2019
  • By: Shawn DeWolfe

My goto plugin to duplicate a page is WordPress is "Duplicate Page."  The plugin saves me a lot of time. I recommended it to a lot of my friends as well as install in on all of my website projects. With this WordPress plugin, a site admin can duplicate Posts, Pages and Custom Posts easily using single click from the post listing page. Duplicate your pages, posts and custom post by just one click. It will save it as a draft and allow you to edit its details before hitting publish. One big caveat for Elementor users: it lacks support for Elementor Templates.

The Buy Cialis Problem

  • Posted on: 9 June 2018
  • By: Shawn DeWolfe

WordPress is popular. As such, it’s a ripe target for those who want to exploit the largest number of web applications with the least amount of effort. Over the past two years, Web malware has grown around 140%. At the same time, WordPress has exploded in popularity as a blogging platform and CMS, powering close to 30% of websites today. But that popularity comes at a price; it makes WordPress a target for Web-based malware. When hackers find an exploit, they will work their black magic and add something malicious to a target website.

Upgrading from Drupal 6

  • Posted on: 8 January 2018
  • By: Shawn DeWolfe

Drupal 6 made its debut in February 2008. For eight years, it was supported, upgraded and patched. In February 2016, support for that version of the Drupal content management system finally lapsed. Drupal 6.38 was the last version released.

The Drupal development community encouraged admins and site owners to upgrade from Drupal 6. Without code support, any new security vulnerabilities would go unaddressed. Drupal 6 sites would miss out on cool new features, new modules and new themes (including responsive themes).

Make Learning A Cinch

  • Posted on: 20 November 2017
  • By: Shawn DeWolfe
Last Summer, we started working on Cinch Academy ( an online learning aggregator.

We are in changing times. While maybe automation will get rid of work in 20 years or so, people will need to play out their careers and incomes until that comes about. Jobs that rely on antiquated technology are going (newspapers, for instance). Jobs that are easy to automate (eg. some elements of food service can be automated). Sectors where economies of scale allow for survival (eg. Amazon in lieu of department store retailers).