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WordPress Upgrade Bug: Are You Sure?

Okay, as soon as I stop laughing, I’ll take this one seriously. Whether I’m laughing or not, you better take this one seriously. If you jumped and downloaded the latest version of WordPress 2.0.3, there is a bit of a bug. You will have to download it again To fix the problem, you can make […]

Power Blogging: Web Browser Blogging Tips

WordPress and many other blogging tools require you to interface with your blog through your web browser, be it Firefox, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Opera, Safari, or whatever you are using. While I’ve used any browser I could find on any public and private computer to access my blogs, and I declare Firefox to be the […]

Combining Ultimate Tag Warrior With Jerome’s Keywords WordPress Plugins – Meet Tags in the Head

As many of you know, I think Christine Davis’ Ultimate Tag Warrior WordPress Plugin is awesome. And I adore Jerome’s Keywords, so much so that when the two wouldn’t work together, with Christine’s help, we came up with a solution so everyone can use both. Well, Kirk Montgomery of Max Power has come up with […]

Importing Quotes Into the Random Quote Generator WordPress Plugin – WP-Quotes

I’ve been using the WordPress Random Witty Text Plugin on my main site for well over a year. I’ve always had random quotes on my web pages for a variety of reasons, but mostly because I’ve been collecting quotes since I was a child and I like to share them. Witty Text WordPress Plugin was […]

Creating a “Bad Code Day” Error Message for Your Blog

I am a fan of fun 404 Page Error pages. I also like entertaining messages for readers when blogs or websites take a “bad day off”. I’ve created such a page for my main site to put up when things go bork in the code to let people know what is happening. It also acts […]

WordPress Theme Easy Remodeling: Does She or Doesn’t She?

Ousshhh! My heart took a nasty jump, when I went to your blog for the latest and the brightest on WordPress and blogging philosophy. Suddenly I wasn’t at home, but in some white and bright desert. That was my first impression only, and the explanation came pronto: She’s only experimenting with some new and nifty […]

The Top 10 Clues That You Are an Amateur Blogger

This post could be also called “The Top 10 Most Common Writing Errors” or “The Top 10 Mistakes Writers Make”, but I thought “The Top 10 Clues That You Are an Amateur Blogger” was more appropriate. Because, if you want to have your blogging taken seriously, then you need to sit up and pay attention […]

Improving Your SEO Standards with WordPress.com Blogs

Yes, I know. Whine, whine. You can’t choose or tweak your own WordPress.com Theme. Heard it. Been there. Done that. Suffer for it, myself. While WordPress and most WordPress Themes come SEO ready out of the box, WordPress.com users can still use web standards and accessibility standards and SEO practices in your WordPress.com blog to […]

Apologies: WordPress.com Still Under Development

Part of the fun of driving a testing site is the bumpy road. I checked in this morning and found a comment from a fan advising me that they were now commenting on a post dated March 10, 2006. HUH? As many of you know, I work far in advance with my articles since I […]

Testing Search Engine Page Ranking Techniques

I’ve talked a lot about how Google ranks websites with their patented Page Rank program, analyzing the process from a variety of sources, with some hearsay evidence as well as facts. There is still a lot that we don’t know about how Google ranks web pages and how search engines read your web pages, but […]

Do-It-Yourself Search Engine Optimization Guide

Search engine optimization doesn’t cost, but not paying attention to search engine optimization costs you plenty. The following are tips, techniques, and the tools you need to create a search engine friendly website or blog. SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is the technique of fixing code, writing keywords, and making your site an open door to […]

Worst Web Mistakes Annual Report

We wait for it every year. Well, the waiting is over. It’s time for the Top 10 Web Design Mistakes of 2005 by Useit’s Jacob Nielsen. If you want to know what you are doing wrong, Nielsen is the man with the big bat to boot your buns in web design. Want to know his […]

Google Page Ranks, Google News, Google Gossip, Google Blues

As mentioned, Google is becoming a one-stop shop for searching, advertising, Internet, and webbing. So I thought I’d check out all the Google Page Ranks, Google News, Google Gossip, Google Blues, and information you can use about Google. We recently wrote about how Google ranks websites, Google Blogsearch, and how to submit your sitemap and […]

Why I Choose WordPress as My CMS

When I first started with WordPress almost a year ago, I had a lot to learn. My site Taking Your Camera on the Road was nearing it’s 10th anniversary and it needed some serious changes. With hundreds of articles, I needed a more powerful Content Management System (CMS) to manage the data, and a PHP […]

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