Ditty RSS Ticker

Ditty RSS Ticker allows you to create a dynamic display of unlimited RSS feeds on your site with a multitude of settings. Display feeds in a scroller, rotator, list, or widget. Please refer to the Ditty RSS Ticker help page for in depth descriptions of all settings.

Note: By default there are very few css styles applied to tickers. There have been additional css styles applied to the tickers below.

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How to Put Your WordPress Website Into Maintenance Mode (3 Methods)

As a website owner, there will likely be times when you need to shut your website down temporarily. Perhaps you have some updates to perform or plugins to test before pushing your site live. Whatever the reason, it’s essential to know how to turn on WordPress maintenance mode.

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4 Ways to Protect Your WordPress Admin Password

Guarding your WordPress dashboard against attack is vital. If a hacker manages to log in to your dashboard, they could steal confidential customer data, upload malicious code, deface your website, or even delete it entirely. The stakes are high, so it’s worrying to think that an admin password may be the only thing keeping your website safe.

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How to Create a Restaurant Online Order Form With WordPress

Adding a fully-functioning online order form to a restaurant website takes a lot of work. It’s often easier to upload a nice PDF menu or refer customers to a third-party service instead. However, a PDF menu forces customers to call in for orders, and third-party services tack on fees and raise prices, both of which may lead to fewer sales.

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Impress Your Clients With a Custom WordPress Login Page (In 5 Steps)

When you create a website for a client, their first taste of your work is often the WordPress login page. However, by default, every WordPress login page looks exactly the same. This isn’t exactly a strong initial impression.

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3 Ways to White Label Your WordPress Client Websites

As a web professional, you’re probably well-versed in the WordPress back end. However, inexperienced users – such as your clients – might not be so familiar. They could find the number of options in the dashboard intimidating, or the WordPress branding and default aesthetics might put them off.

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How to Put Your WordPress Website Into Maintenance Mode (3 Methods)

As a website owner, there will likely be times when you need to shut your website down temporarily. Perhaps you have some updates to perform or plugins to test before pushing your site live. Whatever the reason, it’s essential to know how to turn on WordPress maintenance mode.

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4 Ways to Protect Your WordPress Admin Password

Guarding your WordPress dashboard against attack is vital. If a hacker manages to log in to your dashboard, they could steal confidential customer data, upload malicious code, deface your website, or even delete it entirely. The stakes are high, so it’s worrying to think that an admin password may be the only thing keeping your website safe.

The post 4 Ways to Protect Your WordPress Admin Password appeared first on ManageWP.

How to Create a Restaurant Online Order Form With WordPress

Adding a fully-functioning online order form to a restaurant website takes a lot of work. It’s often easier to upload a nice PDF menu or refer customers to a third-party service instead. However, a PDF menu forces customers to call in for orders, and third-party services tack on fees and raise prices, both of which may lead to fewer sales.

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Impress Your Clients With a Custom WordPress Login Page (In 5 Steps)

When you create a website for a client, their first taste of your work is often the WordPress login page. However, by default, every WordPress login page looks exactly the same. This isn’t exactly a strong initial impression.

The post Impress Your Clients With a Custom WordPress Login Page (In 5 Steps) appeared first on ManageWP.

3 Ways to White Label Your WordPress Client Websites

As a web professional, you’re probably well-versed in the WordPress back end. However, inexperienced users – such as your clients – might not be so familiar. They could find the number of options in the dashboard intimidating, or the WordPress branding and default aesthetics might put them off.

The post 3 Ways to White Label Your WordPress Client Websites appeared first on ManageWP.

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How to Put Your WordPress Website Into Maintenance Mode (3 Methods)

As a website owner, there will likely be times when you need to shut your website down temporarily. Perhaps you have some updates to perform or plugins to test before pushing your site live. Whatever the reason, it’s essential to know how to turn on WordPress maintenance mode.

The post How to Put Your WordPress Website Into Maintenance Mode (3 Methods) appeared first on ManageWP.

4 Ways to Protect Your WordPress Admin Password

Guarding your WordPress dashboard against attack is vital. If a hacker manages to log in to your dashboard, they could steal confidential customer data, upload malicious code, deface your website, or even delete it entirely. The stakes are high, so it’s worrying to think that an admin password may be the only thing keeping your website safe.

The post 4 Ways to Protect Your WordPress Admin Password appeared first on ManageWP.

How to Create a Restaurant Online Order Form With WordPress

Adding a fully-functioning online order form to a restaurant website takes a lot of work. It’s often easier to upload a nice PDF menu or refer customers to a third-party service instead. However, a PDF menu forces customers to call in for orders, and third-party services tack on fees and raise prices, both of which may lead to fewer sales.

The post How to Create a Restaurant Online Order Form With WordPress appeared first on ManageWP.

Impress Your Clients With a Custom WordPress Login Page (In 5 Steps)

When you create a website for a client, their first taste of your work is often the WordPress login page. However, by default, every WordPress login page looks exactly the same. This isn’t exactly a strong initial impression.

The post Impress Your Clients With a Custom WordPress Login Page (In 5 Steps) appeared first on ManageWP.

3 Ways to White Label Your WordPress Client Websites

As a web professional, you’re probably well-versed in the WordPress back end. However, inexperienced users – such as your clients – might not be so familiar. They could find the number of options in the dashboard intimidating, or the WordPress branding and default aesthetics might put them off.

The post 3 Ways to White Label Your WordPress Client Websites appeared first on ManageWP.

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How to Put Your WordPress Website Into Maintenance Mode (3 Methods)

As a website owner, there will likely be times when you need to shut your website down temporarily. Perhaps you have some updates to perform or plugins to test before pushing your site live. Whatever the reason, it’s essential to know how to turn on WordPress maintenance mode.

The post How to Put Your WordPress Website Into Maintenance Mode (3 Methods) appeared first on ManageWP.

4 Ways to Protect Your WordPress Admin Password

Guarding your WordPress dashboard against attack is vital. If a hacker manages to log in to your dashboard, they could steal confidential customer data, upload malicious code, deface your website, or even delete it entirely. The stakes are high, so it’s worrying to think that an admin password may be the only thing keeping your website safe.

The post 4 Ways to Protect Your WordPress Admin Password appeared first on ManageWP.

How to Create a Restaurant Online Order Form With WordPress

Adding a fully-functioning online order form to a restaurant website takes a lot of work. It’s often easier to upload a nice PDF menu or refer customers to a third-party service instead. However, a PDF menu forces customers to call in for orders, and third-party services tack on fees and raise prices, both of which may lead to fewer sales.

The post How to Create a Restaurant Online Order Form With WordPress appeared first on ManageWP.

Impress Your Clients With a Custom WordPress Login Page (In 5 Steps)

When you create a website for a client, their first taste of your work is often the WordPress login page. However, by default, every WordPress login page looks exactly the same. This isn’t exactly a strong initial impression.

The post Impress Your Clients With a Custom WordPress Login Page (In 5 Steps) appeared first on ManageWP.

3 Ways to White Label Your WordPress Client Websites

As a web professional, you’re probably well-versed in the WordPress back end. However, inexperienced users – such as your clients – might not be so familiar. They could find the number of options in the dashboard intimidating, or the WordPress branding and default aesthetics might put them off.

The post 3 Ways to White Label Your WordPress Client Websites appeared first on ManageWP.

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How to Put Your WordPress Website Into Maintenance Mode (3 Methods)

As a website owner, there will likely be times when you need to shut your website down temporarily. Perhaps you have some updates to perform or plugins to test before pushing your site live. Whatever the reason, it’s essential to know how to turn on WordPress maintenance mode.

The post How to Put Your WordPress Website Into Maintenance Mode (3 Methods) appeared first on ManageWP.

4 Ways to Protect Your WordPress Admin Password

Guarding your WordPress dashboard against attack is vital. If a hacker manages to log in to your dashboard, they could steal confidential customer data, upload malicious code, deface your website, or even delete it entirely. The stakes are high, so it’s worrying to think that an admin password may be the only thing keeping your website safe.

The post 4 Ways to Protect Your WordPress Admin Password appeared first on ManageWP.

How to Create a Restaurant Online Order Form With WordPress

Adding a fully-functioning online order form to a restaurant website takes a lot of work. It’s often easier to upload a nice PDF menu or refer customers to a third-party service instead. However, a PDF menu forces customers to call in for orders, and third-party services tack on fees and raise prices, both of which may lead to fewer sales.

The post How to Create a Restaurant Online Order Form With WordPress appeared first on ManageWP.

Impress Your Clients With a Custom WordPress Login Page (In 5 Steps)

When you create a website for a client, their first taste of your work is often the WordPress login page. However, by default, every WordPress login page looks exactly the same. This isn’t exactly a strong initial impression.

The post Impress Your Clients With a Custom WordPress Login Page (In 5 Steps) appeared first on ManageWP.

3 Ways to White Label Your WordPress Client Websites

As a web professional, you’re probably well-versed in the WordPress back end. However, inexperienced users – such as your clients – might not be so familiar. They could find the number of options in the dashboard intimidating, or the WordPress branding and default aesthetics might put them off.

The post 3 Ways to White Label Your WordPress Client Websites appeared first on ManageWP.


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With contract in hand, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott must deliver

on March 9, 2021Source: www.espn.com - NFL

Quarterbacks are often judged by championships, and Dallas is putting its faith -- and $160 million -- in its franchise leader.Read more

Prescott gets congratulations from other players after his big new contract

on March 9, 2021Source: www.espn.com - NFL

Dak Prescott got some big kudos from fellow athletes after his huge new contract.Read more

Ranking which 2020 MLB playoff teams are least likely to return this October

on March 8, 2021Source: www.espn.com - MLB

With the postseason set to shrink from 16 back to 10, we identify the six from last year's field who could end up on the wrong side of the 2021 playoff picture.Read more

When, why and if you'll see some of these big league prospects in the majors in 2021

on March 7, 2021Source: www.espn.com - MLB

Teams have manipulated service time for years. But things might be changing. Will it help, hurt or not matter to some of these big names with eyes on the majors?Read more