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Weekly Digest: Lorelle in Chicago at Conference, WordCamp2007, Content Theft, Change Magazine, and a Day of Silence

The Weekly Digest from Lorelle on WordPress this week features news about me traveling to Chicago for the SOBCon07, the Successful and Outstanding Blogger Conference May 11-12, 2007, with some of the hottest folks in blog building and interactivity on the planet presenting programs. I’ve also got news on some other hot topics about WordPress […]

How To Remove Your Blog Content From Google

This should probably be more correctly titled “How to Remove Your Blog Content From Google and Prevent It From Getting There in the First Place”, but that’s a bit long. Google Webmaster Central offers a variety of techniques to remove your blog content from the Google database and index. It covers how to use the […]

Random WordPress Plugins: Rotating Banners, Header Art, Images, Quotes, and Content on Your Blog

Some people like to have their header art or banners change with every page reload, making their site look different on each page visit. Some people want to showcase their artwork or photography by having a image change randomly as a visitor moves through the site. Others want to feature posts from the past or […]

Stop Content Theft Buttons and Badges

During the recent Bitacle Battle of Blogs, the Stopbitacle.org was started and Stop Bitacle buttons showed up on blogs all over the web. Unfortunately, stopping bitacle, a splog that scrapes your blog’s feed content without permission, is just the top of the splog ice berg. To scrape the whole ice berg of content theft, I’ve […]

Applaud Those Who Warn You: Your Blog’s Content Is Being Stolen

I’ve seen a huge jump in the number of bloggers stunned that they, little blogs on the blogosphere map, are having their content stolen and abused through their feeds. Over and over they say the same thing: “I thought only the top bloggers got their content stolen.” BULL. The joke about size doesn’t matter applies […]

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 […]

AntiLeech Splog Stopper: Fighting Back Against Content Thieves

I often have these kinds of thoughts: “What if smokers had to ask for a smoking section in a restaurant, assuming all restaurants catered first to non-smokers?” “What if everyone thought first of asking permission before borrowing and taking what wasn’t theirs?” “What if the people were able to vote on whether or not they […]

Content Negotiation Techniques with WordPress

Autistic Cuckoo explains “Content Negotiation” as: Content negotiation means that the server in one way or another negotiates with a user agent (browser, search engine, etc) that requests a document. The negotiation means that the user agent announces which media types (also called content type or MIME type) it can handle and, optionally, which one […]

Digital Fingerprints Help Track Blog Content Theft

In an attempt to help bloggers track down content theft and copyright violations, MaxPower.ca has created the Digital Fingerprint Detecting Content Theft WordPress Plugin for full version WordPress blogs. The plugin injects a “digital fingerprint” manually into your posts which is seen only in your feeds, not in the post itself. Install and activate the […]

Content Specific Comment Spam on the Loose

This weekend, I found several comments I believed to be legitimate on a couple of my blogs. The wording was specifically targeted and related towards the content. I even responded to two, thinking they were legit. They were not. You need to know that while WordPress, various WordPress Plugin authors, and many blog comment spam […]

Do You Need Permission to Link to Someone’s Content?

Shell Holtz writes a great article on “When is a Link Not a Link” that is worth reading if you are worried about fair use of content and link citations of web page content: For years, I’ve been getting the same question when I get to the hyperlink section of my “Writing for the Wired […]

Creating Attention Getting Linkable Content

Internet Vibes offers “How to Create Content That Will Get You Loads of Links” by David Callan is an easy-to-read article with tips on how to get people to link to your blog and your blog’s content. When one is looking for links, the focus changes from your prospective clients out there to fellow bloggers […]

Proofreading Your Content and Code

Robin’s Blog article on “Proofreading Javascript”, is a great article on how to not only proofread javascript, but all HTML, CSS, PHP, and other programming codes and languages. A lot of tips she offers also covers how to proofread your content. 1. Proofread, proofread, proofread. Then proofread more. 2. JavaScript is case sensitive, MyVar is […]

Adsense Injection – Random Adsense Ads in Your WordPress Post Content

Biggnuts’ Adsense Injection WordPress Plugin inserts random Adsense ads into your post content, one or more per post, to spice up your ad displays. I was looking for a simple simple WordPress plugin that just inserted Adsense code randomly into a pre-existing blog. All the ones I found would only replace an Adsense comment with […]

Tell Your Story: Have You Had Your Content Stolen?

Call it stealing, call it copyright infringement, call it damned annoying, but answer the question: Have you had your blog content stolen? I’ve written a lot recently about what to do if your content is “violated” by others using it without permission, about the growing trends in content theft through feeds and other methods, how […]

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