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Fear Not WordPress 2.1 and WordPress Plugins

The biggest fear I hear over and over again is that people do not want to upgrade because they are afraid their WordPress Plugin won’t work. This is a good example of how important WordPress Plugins are to our WordPress blogs, as well as how dependent we’ve become on them. WordPress developers have added a […]

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 […]

When the Blog Breaks: Fixing Your Broken Blog

In Part One of this two part article series, we explored how to determine when your blog or website is down and explored various monitoring and notification methods. In this part, we will look at what may break a blog, and offer suggestions on troubleshooting and fixing your broken blog. What Can Bring Your Website […]

When The Blog Breaks: Site Monitoring

A few months ago, it seemed like every two or three hours, my main site, Taking Your Camera on the Road, would go down. Eventually, with the help of my fabulous WordPress friends, we discovered that my host server changed their database monitoring security method to prevent abuse by putting a limit on the number […]

What is WordPress’ Competition Up To?

I stumbled upon Geek News Central’s post, “Where the heck is Six Apart on Movable Type Development”, and it got me curious, too. I have been a dedicated Movable Type fan for 4 years, the application continues to do cool stuff that other applications cannot, but that gap is closing very quickly. As evident in […]

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 […]

A Tagging Bookmarklet for WordPress and WordPress.com Users

I get a lot of questions about the tags I use at the bottom of most of my posts. I used to feature two sets of tags, one for Technorati tags and the other as navigation tags to search my site. Up until recently, these were created from a text file I kept open all […]

WordPress Tips and Tricks for Style Sheets

Tips Apply to the Full Version of WordPress. If you are designing or customizing your own WordPress Theme, here are few tips and tricks to help you. Also check out the article on Designing a WordPress Theme – Building a Sandbox. If you are designing a Theme for others to use, see Designing WordPress Themes […]

My WordPress Theme is Broken

If you are using WordPressMU or WordPress.com, contact your host server or WordPress.com through the Feedback button to fix the WordPress Theme you are using. Generally, before a WordPress Theme is released to the public it should have been thoroughly tested on different browsers and computers, and validated for errors. WordPress Themes usually break after […]

The Secret of Successful Editing of WordPress Themes

The WordPress Support Forum get questions every day for help on how to tweak this or that part and piece on user’s WordPress Themes. Do you want to know the secret behind successful editing and designing of your WordPress Theme? Mozilla Firefox. Isn’t Firefox just an Internet browser? Yes, it is, but it is also […]

Getting Help With wordpress.com

In an earlier post, I talked about the different versions of WordPress available, and I want to direct your attention to where you can get help for the different versions. Some of the help crosses the lines between versions. WordPressMU While WordPressMU is the power behind wordpress.com, and the software running it is an alpha […]

WordPress Template Files and Style Sheets – Give Them a Name

I love the modular template files in WordPress. The ability to mix and match the building blocks to create custom web pages is great. The problem comes when working on the style sheet for the different looks. I often have to track down which style belongs to which template file. Solution? Give them a name? […]

WordPress Resources

As one of the many volunteers who help out from time to time with WordPress on the WordPress Support Forum and WordPress.com Forums, I found myself repeatedly giving out link references so I started keeping notes and have put together a list of some of the link references most needed and asked for on the […]

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