Thursday, February 5, 2015



Managing websites Authorize sites to display ads to secure adsence account

Posted: 04 Feb 2015 08:58 PM PST

Site authorization is an optional feature that allows you to identify only specific sites that are permitted to use your Google ad code. If you’re particularly concerned about malicious use of your ad code by others, you may wish to use this feature as a precaution.

Site authorization is linked to Site management: sites that you add to your list of authorized sites are also added to your Owned sites list. Learn more about managing your sites.

Authorizing your sites

  1. Sign in to your account.
  2. Click the gear icon and select Settings.
  3. In the sidebar, click Access and authorization.
  4. Check the box marked Only allow certain sites to display ads for my account.
  5. Enter the URL of the sites that you want to authorize, then click Save.

Your changes should take effect within 48 hours.

What happens to sites I don’t authorize?

If a URL displaying your ad code is not on your list of authorized sites, ads will still show on that URL, and impressions and clicks will be recorded. However, advertisers will not be charged, and you will not receive any earnings for that site.

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7 Steps to Stop RSS Feed Scraping

Posted: 04 Feb 2015 06:53 PM PST

How can you stop RSS feed republishing of your blog and prevent content theft to avoid duplicate content penalties, or getting scraped content ranking higher in search results than your own blog article. All bloggers experience RSS scraping to some extent and it is simply not possible to go after every blog with a DMCA takedown request.

Stop RSS Scraping & Content Theft

content theft

You can keep complaining, but here are some simple ways we use to deal with scraper sites  engaging in your content theft.

1. Install Feed Copyright

To deal with sites republishing RSS, we created the Simple feed copyright WordPress plugin which adds a copyright notice as well as links back to the blog url and permalink of the post. This plugin has already been downloaded 15,000+ times from the official WordPress Plugins repository. Republished content not only gets you backlinks, but also lets Googlebot and readers of the scraper site know that the original content was from your site.

2. Find Scraped Content

Of course the easiest way is to search for your latest post title within quotes on Google and all search results which have the same title will be detected. You can ignore the many sites which syndicate your headlines, but you must find the sites which republish your content.

If you want a more powerful content theft checker, I prefer to use Copyscape Premium – a useful online plagiarism finder tool for detecting copies of our web content. See the latest report for our site. (If you want a Copyscape premium report of your top level domain name, just ask as I have a few extra credits).

3. Stop Image Hotlinking

After you find the scraped content, it is mostly not possible to stop them from republishing. So we identify the site and then stop image hotlinking by these sites. You can choose to display a copyright image of your choice to replace this.

This really works as we switch hotlinked images with a bright green notice to indicate the image belongs to our site and post our short url which is easy to type should people decide to check the original source. This works even if they decided to remove copyright notices.

4. Show the Copyright policy

This hardly works as most RSS scrapers hardly ever have a contact page, publicly displayed email or comment forms in which you can get a response to requests to stop RSS scraping. If the contact form is there, you can post a link to your copyright policy, and some scrapers might decide to remove the auto publishing bots from republishing your site, fearing lawsuit threats.

5. Google Likes Spam Reports

If these sites rank higher, Google wants to know. This is what takes these scrapers off search engines results to the bottom of the queue. Google has this special form to report web spam. You can fill this up and complain about these sites ranking higher than your site in search engine results. Remember not to overdo the reporting and only report genuine spam. Of course you can file a DMCA request, and track your DMCA requests via the webmasters tools dashboard, but then that is a longer process.

report webspam

6. Stop the Money Supply

Many such sites may carry Adsense ads, and if you report such Made-for-Adsense sites, Google will be happy to prevent paying advertisers from wasting their money. All ads now carry an blue arrow marked with Adchoices, click that arrow and you would be directed to Google pages where you can reports problems with the site. Blocking the flow of free money makes the scraping futile with no income to justify the effort.

report website

7. Bring the Site Down

Web hosting companies take web spam very seriously and they will take prompt action to sites hosting or engaging in illegal activities. Find webhosting company of any website and then report using the site web hosting company contact forms. They will take care of the rest, if it is a genuine request.

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12 Basic Blogging Tips That Really Matter

Posted: 04 Feb 2015 06:49 PM PST

Here are some Basic Blogging Tips that really matter. After setting up a new blog and putting in some content, beginners usually start promoting blindly all over the web. They just don't care that their blogs needs a little attention and time at the very first stage, they completely ignore some important aspects like, how their blogs should look, what to include and what to avoid, how to optimize the blog for best performance, how to attract readers and keep their interest alive. There are many more points to keep in mind and these are just few of those.

After taking first step of creating a blog, newbies usually ignore some and sometimes all of these very basics and in turn they face difficulties in getting a good amount of traffic and appreciation. If you want your blog to get more success and yourself to be known as a good blogger then realizing these points at early stages is very crucial.  Let's take a look at some of those basics.

Basic Blogging Tips

1. What is Your Blog About

You must have heard "First impression is the last impression". Same goes with the title of any blog. Naming a blog with appropriate name is the VERY first step of all. A good and attractive name is the first impression and can attract immediately. Title is the identity so give it some time to think. It should be descriptive enough to make one understand what the blog is about. Don't make it too long and put all the details in the title. Or don't make it too short and leave one guessing what could be behind the name.

Besides this a tag line is also necessary, it describes what title cannot. Readers looks for this tag line just after landing on your blog to know more about it and get the idea of the blog's topics. So the initial 3-5 seconds are very crucial.

2. Make Your Articles Attractive

Put some pictures in there. Images are the first preference that a reader looks for even if the text is too little to read. But don't overcrowd the article with too many images. Use only relevant and necessary ones. If it is some kind of tutorial then include pictures of each step to make things clear and easy to understand. Images maintain readers' interests and without them it always looks dull, no matter how interesting the article is.

Same goes for external links; too many links in the articles distract the readers and they get confused where to go to read the related posts. It is better to include all the related post at the end of article. Consider putting "Related Post" widget to show all the post related to the current article in a nice clean way.

3. Be Choosy While Inserting Images

As I said, Images are the key point to keep the readers' interest alive in the article. If it is a screenshot of anything then make sure it's sharp, clear to read and most important of all – fits perfectly in the text. If you are unsure of the width of the blog's text area then go and find out that first because images wider than the text area would make the post ugly and they can overlap sidebar items. Similarly if it's too narrow then it would be hard to understand what it says.

  • If you're taking images from search engine then always leave credits to original source. This leaves a good loyal impression of yours over your readers.
  • Picture format is another important aspect. If you're taking your own screenshots then saving them in .png format is highly recommended. .PNG not only compresses images but also maintains a good quality. If you use your own hosting space then this would help in you in saving both space and bandwidth.
  • If the image is too big to fit in the space and it's necessary to show the complete image then link the image to itself and include a "target= "_blank" attribute in the href link to make the image load in new window. This leaves the current text open in the same window and reader never has to click the back button to go back to reading.
  • Otherwise if it is wide enough and fitting nicely in the text then it's recommended to remove the "a href=" link completely from the image as there's no use of this and the image won't open in the same window if someone accidentally clicks it.

4. Leave Credits to Original Source or Author

If you like any article on any blog and plan to republish it on your own blog then only take a part of the original article called "excerpt" and write the introductory text by yourself. DO NOT copy complete article no matter how short or interesting it is! Always leave the credits at the beginning or end of the republished post.

You may leave credits like this:


[Source :]

[credits : Author's Name/]

Most of the webmasters allow to republish their articles if the attribution is given properly. It's now a kind of norm and assumed a very good habit. Plus it leaves a good impression over your readers and indirectly you gain trust of the original author if he/she came to know that you linked back with proper attribution. He/she might visit you back or may join your readership.

5.  Be Careful While Inserting External Links

If you include links linking to any other site than your own, then make them open in a new window. You can use "target="_blank" attribute in the link to do this. Opening an external link in a new window keep your site open in the current window and reader would surely come back to your site after browsing the external link. Again you indirectly force the reader to come to your site if your site's window is still open.

Links of your own site or internal links in the same browser's window are fine because reader never leaves your site and may continue browsing if you have real interesting content. Make sure that links in Blog Roll, Advertiser's Links and any third-party sites that's not a part of your own site are opening in a new window.

6. Keep Readers Interest Alive

Show them what you've got! Show your best articles on your home page. You may use a sticky post feature or may install a beautiful content slider on top of all the posts to show the best of your writing skills.

  • Similarly inside the posts you can use "Related Posts" plugin which shows the related articles at the end of the each post which surely interest the readers. Linkwithin is another popular widget that shows the related post with thumbnails and can be installed in seconds in any type of site or blog.
  • You can consider installing a "Most Viewed" or "Most Popular Articles" widget in the sidebar to show your most clicked articles. This surely forces a reader to click and read your best content and this has been experimented with very positive results increasing pageviews.
  • Too much text is another reason that your readers leaves the page quickly. If an article is too lengthy then divide it in parts or make a series of articles.
  • If you're internally linking two of your articles then make sure you crosslink them. Which means link of Post 1 into Post 2 and vice versa. This creates cross links and a reader landing any of the posts would see link to the other one and in this way both of the articles get read.

7. Let the Readers Share Your Writings

This is a very common mistake beginners make. Social Bookmarking and networking sites are the biggest source of traffic. If you forget to install social bookmarking buttons in your blog then a reader would find it difficult to share the article or might drop the idea of sharing if the buttons aren't found.

  • Install the buttons near the text of your posts – usually the best place is at the immediate end of the text. You may also place them in the beginning or in the sidebar if they can float with the text. Just make sure they are visible, not too small and easy to access.
  • It would be a great plus point if you include printing and emailing buttons too. Readers find it very handy and appreciate the printing button if the article is lengthy or a tutorial. Many of my articles have been printed so far and my readers have thanked me dozens of times for including that handy print button under each post.

8. Show Your Varieties of Topics

If your blog's domain of topics is narrow and you cover a limited number of topics then this becomes very important for you to show all the topics you have written about. Interestingly it's quite easier for those bloggers who cover limited number of topics. Use the power of Tags (in WordPress) or Labels (in Blogger). Top navigation bar is offcourse the most important area from which a visitors gets the idea about the topics that your blog has. Make sure you include all the important categories or tags in the navigation menu. Use drop down feature in navigation menu to include sub categories. But this doesn't mean to stuff your navigation bar with each and every tag you have — put only common and popular ones.

Use "Tag Cloud" widget if you want to help visitors from search engine to find the topic they're looking for. Again this increases the visitors' interest and the chances of more page views.

9. Don't Make it Look Messy

Every webmaster likes to beautify his blog as much as possible and for that he tries to include some widgets all around the blog to increase the interest of his readers. But too many and unnecessary widgets not only clutters your site but also send the real content in background. Widgets are good but abundance of them not only make page heavier but also make it look unprofessional. Keep only the most important ones — in fact cleaner template make the text clearer and easy to read. Readers are less distracted and can find the stuff easily while messy pages filled with widgets make this difficult.

10. Make Your Blog Load Quickly

A blog gets heavier if you include too many javascripts or any type of external script in the code. Similar to widgets, scripts are also second big reason for slower page loads. Use only most important scripts that are require to run the site smoothly. Keep only the most important ones, like Search Engines meta tags, google analytics or visitor's tracking code, technorati tags, advertisers or other social bookmarking scripts.

If you have your own hosting space then upload all the external scripts there for faster page loads. Similarly instead of linking external images, upload them on your own server for speedy loading.

11. Don't Do Experiments On Your Site

If you're in habit of experimenting new plugins and add-ons in your site then it is highly recommended NOT to do this unless you're 100% sure what are you doing. Plus in self-hosted blogs, plugins can create a huge mess if it is found incompatible. A single plugin with buggy code can get the whole site down in an instant. You would never know what happened wrong at which step.

If you can't stop playing in anyway then I'd suggest to create another blog in different directory in your hosting space. Give it a sub-domain and call it test blog or something. And from then on play with this test blog and keep your original blog safe from your risky experiments. You can do anything with this test blog. From testing of templates to widgets, playing with code and tyring out anything geeky that you want to do with your site.

12. Tell Them Who You Are

To do this you need to put a "about me" or "about us" page. This is REALLY important because when a readers finds something useful for himself on your site he/she then immediately tries to find out who's behind this site and looks for an "About me" page. This page contains some basic information about yourself and in-detailed info of the blog. This creates a sort of trust on you, when your identity is known, readers will remember your name with your blog's name and this is a great achievement when people know you because of your online identity.

Putting a "contact us" page is another most important part of any website. Believe me this is the only way a visitor can contact you. If your site is missing this page, that would mean you either don't want to be contacted or you don't want to create a trust between you and your readers or in simple words you don't want your site to get popular.

So these were my personal opinions from my blogging experience so far. Hope you liked these simple tips. I'd love to know your experiences and what you learned from these. Looking forward for your opinions in the comments section.

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How To Get Your New Website Indexed Quickly

Posted: 04 Feb 2015 06:45 PM PST

Within this article, I will reveal to you the steps to getting your new website indexed quickly. With massive amounts of new websites pouring into the internet on a daily basis, it is absolutely crucial that you as a webmaster invest time into getting your website indexed.

For many people, getting search engine spiders to crawl their content for the first time is one of the toughest things to do. And even tougher still is the task of getting those spiders to come back and crawl your content on a regular basis. But alas, it is possible to get your brand new website crawled, indexed and visited frequently by search engine spiders – you just have to know the right tricks!

Google Index

This is completely possible for even the novice webmaster who knows nothing about how websites work. The reason why I can say this is because I was a complete novice as well, but I managed to get my website crawled and indexed within the first 48 hours of it being on the web.

I want to share with you exactly what I went through in order to get my website crawled and indexed so quickly, and hopefully you will find it helpful, insightful, beneficial and inspirational. Without further adieu, let's get into the nitty gritty of getting your new website indexed quickly.

1. Plan, research, plan, research some more!

So you want to get your website indexed within 48 hours too, right? The most important thing I can tell you to do before you even think about publishing your website is to plan and do research. I will expound on some of these topics later in the post.

  1. Map out what your site will look like – literally draw out a rough sketch of your website. Design each page to your liking on paper, and then transfer that into building your website on the web. This will drastically reduce the amount of time you spend on hunting for a predesigned template or building your own template from scratch.
  2. Brush up on your SEO (search engine optimization) knowledge and gain a general understanding of how it works. Write down any useful information and keep it handy for when you go to publish your website.
  3. Scope out your competition and see how their website flows. While you do not want to copy work from your competition, you do want to learn from them so that you can avoid future mistakes.
  4. Research what you can do in order to promote your website quickly. For example, reading this article is an excellent place to start! Simple Google searches like "how to get your website indexed", "how to get traffic to your website" and "how to promote your website" will bring up plenty of content for you to digest.

2. Create at least 10 pieces of quality content ready

I made sure that I had already written, proofread and edited my website content before I purchased my domain name and hosting. Because I had already mapped out the niche I wanted to enter, I prepared quality content that would be ready for publishing as soon as my website went live. This allowed me to gear up my website quickly and focus on designing the website rather than having to rush around to write "quality" content.

3. Start building your internal link structure

I think this is a crucial mistake that far too many new webmasters commit. They research on how to get their website indexed quickly, how to promote their website, and how to get traffic to their website, but they forget to actually develop their website. Indexing, promotion and traffic are all wonderful bonuses, but the quality of your website must always be of first importance.

Depending on your website (you may own an informational website, a blog or a combination of both), create the necessary web pages that are needed for the site. For example, I created these pages right from the beginning: "Home", "Blog", "Articles", "Misc", "Contact" and "About". It is beneficial if you have already prepared the staple information (Contact, About, etc.) so that you can just toss the information in as soon as you publish your website.

Once you have created and edited your pages, begin the process of adding in your prewritten content and linking the pages to one another. Make sure that every page links to at least one other page in your website and that each individual page has at least one link pointing to it. This is vital for helping those spiders crawl and index the majority of the pages in your website. Make it easy on the spiders by thoroughly linking to your web pages. Make sure that your link structure flows logically – a.k.a., don't just randomly add links into your web pages. Make sure that each link is a cohesive fit and that each link will make surfing for your visitors (and the spiders) easier.

4. Optimize your content for niche keywords 

Looking back at when I first started my website, I wish I would've researched more about how to optimize web pages. Use the Google Keyword Tool to analyze what people are searching for in your niche. Once you have found a few phrases that you think fit your website's content, start optimizing your pages by strategically placing those keywords throughout your content.

Don't overstuff your content with those keywords or the spiders will think your website is a bunch of spam. However, make sure you use those phrases (and variations of those phrases) enough to attract attention from the search engines. If it flows well, also make your anchor text (the text that appears for a hyperlink) mimic the keyword(s) highlight the keyword phrases you have chosen. This will help those search engine spiders understand what your content is all about and tell them how to rank it in the respective search engines.

5. Submit to search engines and web directories

This is the point in which you will start receiving some attention from the web spiders. I first started out by submitting my website to the big search engines: Google and Bing. To make things easier on you, each of those terms is hyperlinked to the page that you need to access in order to submit your site to those search engines. Submit your main URL to each of these search engines to get started.

The next thing I would suggest that you do is sign up for Google Webmaster Tools. Once again, it is highlighted for your convenience (please note that you must create a Google account first before you can use their tools). I would also sign up for Bing Webmaster Tools (you must create a Hotmail account) while you are at it. Bing does take longer to index pages than Google, but it would be wise to go ahead and sign up for their tools anyways. Yahoo! also has their own type of webmaster tools for you to use.

After you have submitted your URL to the search engines and have signed up the for Webmaster tools, it is time to create a sitemap for your website. This allows the search engines to see and understand the link structure in your website and, more importantly, allows the spiders to crawl your website with more freedom and ease. You can easily create your own sitemap and filling out the necessary information.

Now that you have done all that work (phew!), it is time to start submitting your website to some web directories. I will go ahead and warn you that there are myriads of directories out on the web, but not all of them are necessarily good. Below is a list of directories (both paid and free) that I would recommend for submitting your website.

Paid Directories

  1. – they have a good directory that is not cluttered. It is a PR5 directory with a basic fee of $25. You may also choose to pay $50 for a premium listing if you so desire.
  2. – they have a wonderful directory that truly can bring traffic to your website. It is a PR6 directory with a onetime, non-refundable fee of $40. The only downside to this is that you are not guaranteed acceptance into the directory. If you are not accepted, you can always apply for an editor position and submit your website from there.
  3. – this is a huge directory that has clout with Google. It is a PR7 directory with two, non-refundable options: a $100/yr recurring fee or a onetime submission fee of $300. You are not guaranteed inclusion in the directory, so I would be cautious to submitting your site to this directory right off the bat.

Free Directories

  1. – just submit your site to this PR8 directory anyways. The backlog is insane, so don't expect to get your site included anytime soon. However, I would go ahead and recommend that you submit your site to them. It has a lot of presence with Google (Google basically copies their directory).
  2. – this PR5 directory is excellent for free submission. It is laid out well and provides a good backlink for your website.
  3.– this PR3 directory is nice and they accept your site very quickly. The only drawback to this directory is that it is very full because of the automatic approval factor.
  4. – this nice PR5 directory will review your site quickly for inclusion.

7. Submit content to social media sites

Now that you have setup your website and submitted it to search engines and web directories, it is time to submit your content (that you have hopefully already created) to some social media sites. I would recommend that you submit your content to the following sites (as they get indexed quickly and/or produce large volumes of traffic): Digg, Reddit and StumbleUpon. While there are other social media websites (feel free to submit your content to them too), I would first start out with these three.

Digg is crawled very frequently by search engine spiders, so you have an excellent chance of getting your content crawled once it is submitted. I have found that Reddit can bring good traffic to your website and that Reddit users tend to tweet about their newest findings (good advertising). StumbleUpon has the potential to bring tons of traffic to your website in a short amount of time, greatly increasing the chance that your site will get indexed quickly by the search engines.

8. Sit back, and watch your site get indexed

While I cannot 100% guarantee that this method of getting your website indexed quickly will work, I can say from personal experience that doing this got my own website indexed within 48 hours. And, because I took the time up front to do all this labor, my blog posts generally get crawled and indexed within 5 hours of me publishing them on the internet. Did I mention that I have only been at this whole website thing for 2 months? Many people can't even get their website indexed in two months, much less their newest content!

Using these steps above, I got my own website/blog indexed within 48 hours. Two months later, my website gets crawled at the very least every other day (if I don't make any new posts) and it is always crawled the same day I make a new post. Remember folks, I've only been at this for two months. Take time to follow the steps that I have provided for you, and you will start to see results in no time!

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Key Advice from Official Adsense Optimization Expert

Posted: 04 Feb 2015 06:29 PM PST

This article shares some key advice I got from an official Adsense optimization specialist. I just got off a phone call with a member of the Adsense optimization team, who called to help optimize Adsense on our site to get higher earnings.

The call lasted about 20 minutes and the Adsense specialist reviewed our site in real time and made the following suggestions … some for optimizing earnings and some problems to be aware of and it was truly great advice to make most out of Adsense.

Monetize Homepage

You might know we usually do not place any ads on the homepage. Since the homepage is the most commonly visited page, he advised we should add a 300×250 rectangle ad in the sidebar on the homepage and see how it works.

Review Ad Placements

He advised the current ad placements above and below the content were good. He advised we could add upto 3 ad units and could add a sidebar 300×600 large skyscrapper also. But since the site would look cluttered with ads, we both agreed it could be avoided.

Above-the-fold Ads Penalty

I informed about the Above the fold ad penalties which were striking bloggers and asked if we might be affected. He advised that the algorithm affected sites which stuffed many and all ads above the fold and our placements should not cause a Google penalty. We should try to fix Google Panda/Penguin issues.

Ad Link Units

We often use ad link units, and asked about usage of same. He advised that text/image ad units had a better user experience than link ad units, yet we could consider adding a link ad unit below content to see how it works.

Beware of Dropdown Menus

We have a main navigation bar on the top of the site. He advised us to be careful that the drop down menus should not obscure the Adsense ads as that would violate the Adsense guidelines.

adsense dropdown obscure

It is a common mistake and can easily be overlooked. So the dropdown menus arrangement and dropdown height should be studied. The current 2014 theme is a responsive theme and the navbar collapses into a menu button on mobile screens, that is less of a concern there.

Use In-content Ads Safely

He advised we should keep at least a 5px distance from the content so that the ads are not confused with the content. Blending ads should not be such that it incites clicks in the garb of content.

Advertisement Labels

If the ads are so closely placed that they can be confused with content, he advised we can add the text 'Advertisements" over the ads so that there is clear understanding that these are ads to avoid accidental clicks.

No Sticky Ads

Sticky content is getting popular wherein you can fix any html site component such that it stays in the same position in the browser window,  despite scrolling (easily done with Bootstrap). I asked if sticking ads is allowed – and he said it violated terms of service and should NOT be done.

Follow up …

The conversation was followed by  an email with the suggested advise and a request to perform the changes and see if earnings improved.  Adsense team performed a similar optimization review last year also and they truly give great advice.

Google Adsense is the main income source of this site (and we also blog lots of Adsense tips) and I am thankful they take all this care such that publishers can make more money online.

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How to Change WordPress Login Page Logo & Background

Posted: 04 Feb 2015 06:26 PM PST

Did you know you change the WordPress login screen logo and background easily. Just as you have a custom WordPress theme and a unique site design, why should you not have a custom WP login page as well.

By default, the WordPress login screen is same for ALL WordPress blogs and is typically located at /WordPressFolder/wp-admin/. This is how your boring default login screen typically looks like, and probably you visit it everyday.

Old WordPress Login

Now see how our WP login page looks like. Does it not look better!

Custom WordPress login

You notice that we have simply replaced the WordPress logo with our site logo and changed the background color from default light gray to black – and it makes a huge difference to branding.

Custom WordPress Login Page

Here is how we do this. We need to paste the following code into the theme functions.php file. (Note that it is a very powerful file and incorrect code can lead to your site going offline. Always keep a backup of the file, and you can always restore the file back to your WP theme folder vai FTP if anything goes wrong.)

function qot_login() {  echo '<style type="text/css">  .login h1 a {  background-image:url( "http://path/to/yourlogo.png" ) !important;  height: 30px !important; width: 200px !important;  background-size: 200px auto !important;  }  body {  background: #000; }  .login form { background: #333; }  </style>';  }  add_action('login_head', 'qot_login');

What the code simply does is it adds a new inline CSS Stylesheet on the WP login page. The first line replaces the WP logo with your logo and fixes some dimensions (Remember to change the url to point to your logo). The rest of the CSS changes the background to black (#000), and the login form to dark gray (#333) to contrast it. Add the !important CSS code wherever you feel your custom CSS is not overriding the default code. Feel free to experiment with whatever colors look great on your site and match your branding.

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