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Weekly Digest: Back on the Farm, Improving Your Blog Series, WordPress Podcast Reporter, and More

While the world is rushing around doing holiday activities, I’m in panic mode to finish up some major projects and working very long hours – in between feeding animals and doing farm work. Had a lovely adventure with one of the mini-donkeys, Rocko, who got lose and I found him wandering around in front of […]

WordCamp Israel WordPress Tips Talk

The following are my tips and recommendations to help you get the most out of WordPress, be it on WordPress.com or the full version of WordPress as presented to hundreds of WordPress fans at WordCamp Israel (English) recently. This is a fleshed-out version of my program notes outline, with links to more tips and recommendations […]

5 Advanced Techniques for Creating Plugins and Widgets for WordPress.com

by engtech of Internet Duct Tape As a reader of Lorelle On WordPress you might already know there is more than one type of WordPress blogging software, but most people who know what WordPress is have no idea there are different flavours of it. WordPress also called self-hosted WordPress, or WordPress.org has one blog that […]

Blogging With Split Browser Firefox Extension

As part of my Web Browser Guide for Bloggers series on the Blog Herald, I explored a lot of new Firefox Extensions to improve my blogging skills and efficiency. In the process, I discovered the Split Browser Add-on. The Firefox Extension splits the browser’s screen into two or more parts, allowing you to view one […]

James Farmer Takes on Edublogs.org Full-Time

It is with great joy that I announce that James Farmer of legendary Edublogs and all its associated free blog services, is leaving his work with The Age and going full-time to Edublogs.org. Today I handed in my notice at The Age and come July 1st I’ll be working 100% for myself, the majority of […]

Weekly Digest: Web Browser Guide for Bloggers, Blogger Prejudice, Awesome Review of My Book, and More WordPress News

The Weekly Digest from Lorelle on WordPress this week features more wonderful reviews and recommendations of my new book – the orders are overwhelming! On the Blog Herald, I’m reintroducing bloggers to their most important blogging tool: the web browser. I also took some risks and blogged about blogger prejudice, a very risky topic for […]

WordPress Plugins That Help You Write Code

If you write about WordPress, Javascript, CSS, HTML/XHTML, mathematics, calculus, science, research, and a lot of other code, programming, and calculations, you are going to need to be able to write code in your blog. I can tell you from personal experience, this is a painful and…extraordinarily frustrating process, to be nice about it. Since […]

Ultimate Tag Warrior WordPress Plugin for Dummies

NOTE: Since WordPress 2.1, the Ultimate Tag Warrior WordPress Plugin has had some major problems and the author has decided to stop support, especially now that WordPress 2.3 has tagging built-in. Much thanks, appreciation, and honors goes to author Christine Davis, who gave so much time and energy to supporting one of the most powerful […]

Revitalizing Your Blog’s Past Posts

I tend to write “timeless” articles, articles that will still work two or four years from now. For over two years I’ve been hunting for a method to showcase past articles on Taking Your Camera on the Road on the front page, giving a fresh audience a look at these older but still valid articles. […]

Micro Persuasion’s Hot Tips for Bloggers

Micro Persuasion recently wrote “Ten Blogging Hacks”, which isn’t a good title as the tools and techniques he offers are more tools and techniques rather than hacks, but it’s still worth exploring. He recommends blogging with Writely, an online word processor which will also allow you to write blog posts and post them to Blogger, […]

Blogging on the Edge: Blogging NOT From My Computer

Recently, some trauma in the drama in my life had me staying with family for a few days, separated from my best friend: my laptop. They had two computers connected with DSL to the net, and I had time to get some work done while waiting for the dust to settle, so I figured this […]

Hot News! Firefox 2.0 Available Now

Do a little dance! Shout at the top of your lungs. Firefox 2.0 has been released! You can be patient and check out the new features, or rush in and download Firefox 2 right now. TechCrunch also announces “The New Mozilla Recommended Add-ons List: The Winners and the Losers”, highlighting the changes in Mozilla’s Add-ons […]

The Future of WordPress Comments with Ajax: Comments Attached to Content

Jack Slocum has come up with “WordPress Comments System built with Yahoo! UI”, a method of creating comments which attach themselves to specific content areas within a post. I think it turned out to be a perfect example of what can be done in a very small amount of time with Yahoo UI and YAHOO.ext […]

Getting Your Blog Ready for Internet Explorer 7

“Details on Microsoft Internet Explorer CSS Changes for IE7″ from the IEBlog is an updated list of all the supposed CSS bug fixes for the next version of Internet Explorer. In the long list of fixed IE bugs are resources to help you test your web page designs for the next version of Internet Explorer: […]

One Year Anniversary Review: Designing WordPress Themes

WordPress Theme design is fairly unique in web design techniques as a WordPress Theme isn’t just about the design of the website, it is about web design based upon generated and controllable content. Programming code helps to create each page on a WordPress blog, influencing the look and feel of every element of a WordPress […]

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