August 7, 2012

The WPLift Guide to the WordPress Database

WordPress uses a database to store, retrieve and display data. This database is the most crucial part of the CMS, and I believe that WordPress is so successful because of how it structures the database. Since its earliest days WordPress adapted a very simplistic approach which is convenient…

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