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WP-Quotes Random Quote Generator WordPress Plugin Now a Widget

Somehow, with all the trauma in the drama of my life lately, I missed the fact that one of my favorite WordPress Plugins, WP-Quotes, has been turned into a WordPress Widget. The WP-Quotes WordPress Plugin displays quotes, links, or any other information you want on your WordPress blog. I use mind for displaying random quotes, […]

One Year Anniversary Review: WordPress Tips, Tricks and Techniques

This is a blog about WordPress and I’ve written a lot about how to use WordPress from every angle. Part of the challenge of writing about WordPress over the past year has been the issue of writing about WordPress, the full version program where you can do just about anything you want, and writing about […]

One Year Anniversary Review: WordPress Plugins

I would love to be one of those sites which does nothing but review WordPress Themes and WordPress Plugins. I love them both, especially WordPress Plugins. And I’ll admit it publicly: I’m a WordPress Plugin addict! WordPress Plugins are tools, utilities, and add-ons that extend your capabilities on WordPress. They come in so many colors, […]

Zeldman on WordPress

I have to tell you, I was stunned by the news. Mark Jaquith reports that Zeldman is now on WordPress. What! Jeffery Zeldman, man about blogging, web design, web standards, and none too shy guy for blasting away at the web world, has left behind his 11 years of hand-coded HTML pages to embrace WordPress. […]

InfoRapid Multiple Files Search and Replace Across Multiple Files

While I was frantically working on importing my huge static HTML website into the WordPress database, I used several tools that made the process easier, and one of those tools was InfoRapid’s Search and Replace Freeware Utility. While WordPress now has a bunch of wonderfully powerful import scripts that come with WordPress, there is still […]

New Features for WordPress.com: New Themes, Import, Video Links, and Some Privacy Protection

The developers of WordPressMU and WordPress.com have been working overtime lately and there are a few new features for WordPress.com users to play with. One of the most popular requests from WordPress.com users is how to import their old blogs into WordPress.com. Well, there are now three import features for Blogger, Moveable Type, and Typepad […]

WordPress 2.0

I’ll be writing more about WordPress 2.0 but I wanted to make sure you all had access to some great information and posts about it before I get to the topic. Those of you using WordPress.com have already been using WordPress 2.0, or a near proximity to it. So you’ve been able to see the […]

Backing Up Your WordPress.com Blog

A lot of people have been worrying about how to backup their WordPress.com blog. While WordPress.com has daily server backups, you might want to keep your own backup copy of your blog. UPDATE WordPress.com bloggers can now backup their WordPress.com blogs through the Export panel. Export your WordPress.com blog as an XML file for easy […]

Backing Up WordPress

UPDATED The recent challenges of dealing with Hurricane Katrina brought up the issue of bank security and record keeping. While many banks were destroyed and access to people’s money and accounts were limited temporarily, their money is still secure. Banks are required to backup all their information and store it offsite. One bank was described […]

WordPress: Faster Loading Than Ever Before

I must have missed it when reporting on recent news about WordPress, but this is news that deserves its own space. For ages I’ve been battling with long waits after hitting the Save button on the Write Post panel. Some of these waits have reminded me of the early Internet days where a cup of […]

WordPress Tips and Tricks for Template Files

Tips Apply to WordPress 1.5+ We looked customizing the WordPress Administration Panels and many other WordPress Tips. This one looks at some tips and tricks for WordPress template files and style sheets. The template files in WordPress are found within your WordPress Themes. They are the building blocks which come together to create the structure […]

More News from WordPress, wordpress.com and WordPressMU

Here are a few words I’ve picked up from around the wordpress.com press – in other words, from the wordpress.com, WordPress, and WordPressMU developers and the WordPress Community, including news on the status and development of WordPress 1.6, the anxiously awaited new version of WordPress. New Dashboard for the wordpress.com Community Matt first announced new […]

WordPress Versions – How Many and What’s the Diff?

UPDATED 2010 There are several “versions” of WordPress now available. There is the official full version of WordPress, the WordPress free blog hosting service WordPress.com, the hosted versions of WordPress, and the amazing WordPressMU, the multi-user version of WordPress, which is now incorporated into the full version of WordPress, selected by installation options, and called […]

Getting Started With WordPress

If you are totally new to WordPress, and even newer to the idea of a PHP driven website, we have the information you need to help you learn about how this all works. The more you understand about the basics, the jargon and terminology, the core structure, and the process, the easier it will be […]

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