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Weekly Digest: Catching Up, Speaking San Francisco, Future Post Mixup, Talking to Blogger Talks, and More

Yikes, it’s been a rough few weeks. Along with some nasty business stuff, which is actually normal in my line of work, I was supposed to be on my first real, non-working vacation in 14 years, which turned into a workation. What should have been normal was much less fun than usual as my husband […]

Using WordPress Categories To Style Posts

By Abhijit Nadgouda UPDATED 2010: See below One of the reasons WordPress fits so many bills is its flexibility. It lets you do things at a much lesser cost, not necessarily money, but time and effort too, as compared to others. This article is about styling WordPress posts differently using the categories they are classified […]

What Kind of Cat Are You?

By Tony D. Clark of Success from the Nest Cat blogging. Some find the term to be derogatory. I’m not sure to whom — the cats or the bloggers. Though I am a dog person myself, I have come to realize that we are all cat bloggers in our own way. So with apologies to […]

WordCamp 2007: WordCamp Caricatures

I’m still reeling with the WordCamp fun. It’s a never ending party. Dr. David Klein of BodyABCs brought a marvelous social networking idea to WordPress 2007. He took photographs of attendees holding a sketch pad with their name and blog URL, and a word that describes them or what they want to be. He then […]

Duplicate Content Controlled Naturally Through Themes

Worried about all the fuss over duplicated content. WordPress, Duplicate Content, and Wrong SEO Plugins by Planet Ozh will help set you straight. Keeping your site safe from the duplicate content issue, and more generally getting things optimized for search engines, should not be a plugin’s job, it must be your theme’s job, it must […]

WordPress.com Announces Strong Password Indicator

In a recent announcement, WordPress.com asks “How Strong is Your Password”, highlighting a new feature on your password update panel that measures the “strength” of your password. I recently wrote an article on the Blog Herald called Protect Your Blog With a Solid Password, offering tips and tricks to help create a strong password that […]

Blogging Tips Book: Blog Syndication and Subscription Tips

The following excerpt is from Blogging Tips, What Bloggers Won’t Tell You About Blogging by Lorelle on WordPress. Blog syndication is the use of your blog’s feed to deliver your blog’s content to other blogs, feed readers and aggregators. Many consider feeds to be a replacement for print or emailed newsletters, bringing the content directly […]

Are You Uncategorized?

I’m seeing a lot of blogs, especially those on WordPress.com, with a similar syndrome. So much so, I think it’s contagious. Are you uncategorized? Are your posts uncategorized? Do you have a lot of blog posts labeled “uncategorized”, just sitting there without a category to call their own? Have you abandoned your posts? Categorizing your […]

How Are You Communicating Online With Your Blog Readers?

Blog Herald’s Amit Agarwal reports on “More Ways to Interact With Blog Readers” offering an interesting selection of online communication options that integrate with your blog. The list includes Skypecasts, Gabbly, and Odeo. Are you using any of these on your WordPress or WordPress.com blog? How is it working for you? How are you using […]

Emergency Update Notification for WordPress 2.1+

If you updated WordPress in the past few days, download the new version and update it again. Someone was able to break in and malicious code was added to the download. The new version is WordPress 2.1.2. For more information see: WordPress 2.1.1 dangerous, Upgrade to 2.1.2. It appears that this is a mandatory upgrade […]

Money to Blog: Blogging Scholarship for Education College Students

Are you in college in the United States? Maintain a 3.0 minimum GPA? Studying post-secondary education and passionate about blogging? Check out the Blogging Scholarship mentioned on Blogging Pro and you might be eligible for a USD $5,000 a year scholarship! Site Search Tags: blog scholarship, blogging scholarship, scholarship, money to blog, money for blogging, […]

WP-SNAP WordPress Plugin: Alphabetized Index Listing of Posts for Category Pages

Many people use their blogs like encyclopedias, wikis, or great repositories of information. Or for handling collections of information such as quotes, poetry, recipes, code, research, or facts. Others write reviews of books, movies, television shows, and technology. So wouldn’t it be slick to be able to sort through the collection of posts in alphabetical […]

Sort Posts By Category Now Available in WordPress

CELEBRATION! As of today, there is a new sort posts by category in the Manage Posts Administration Panels of WordPress.com blogs. I’ve been pushing and shoving, teasing and begging for this feature for so long, some WordPress developers have grown gray hairs in the process. It’s so easy to use. Just click on the the […]

Edublogs.org – Providing Free Blogs to Educators and Students

Edublogs.org was one of the first WordPress.com style blogs based upon the multi-user blogging program, WordPressMU. Recently, it was announced that Edublogs.org now has almost 17,000 bloggers signed on, an amazing number. Edublogs is a free blogging service for teachers, researchers, librarians and other educational professionals. It creates an interesting blogging community, all blogging about […]

One Year Anniversary Review: Tags, Tagging, and Categories

This past year was proclaimed by many as the Year of the Tag as Technorati’s tag services and features roared onto our blogs. By December of 2005, there was barely a blog without some form of tags on display. Panic turned from not getting into Google fast enough to not showing up fast enough on […]

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