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SEO Secret: Exploring How Search Engines Explore

Search Engine Optimization, aka SEO, is the technique of cleaning up your web page code to maximize your “search engine friendliness” and search engine coverage. The core purpose of search engine optimization is: Help search engines search your entire website or blog. Provide key words and phrases to help a search engine determine how to […]

Blogathon Tips and Help

I know that many of you are signed up to do this year’s Blogathon, a fantastic way to raise money for charities, get publicity for your blog, and to do a generous and good thing. It’s a brave and noble thing you do. It is also exhausting, frustrating, and a bit overwhelming. Having done similar […]

Blog Challenge: Who Is Linking To You?

This week’s blogging challenge is who is linking to you? We don’t need to know the specifics, but I’d like to know how many sites are linking to your blog and if you found some surprises in the process of discovering who is linking to you. To find out who is linking to your blog, […]

Power Blogging: Web Browser Blogging Tips

WordPress and many other blogging tools require you to interface with your blog through your web browser, be it Firefox, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Opera, Safari, or whatever you are using. While I’ve used any browser I could find on any public and private computer to access my blogs, and I declare Firefox to be the […]

WordPress Pluggable Functions and Plugins by Nadgouda

My new found friend, Abhijit Nadgouda @ iface, has a new article on WordPress Pluggable Functions and Plugins that takes a great inside look at WordPress Plugins and their functions. What is so cool about this is that, without hacking, i.e., without changing any existing code in WordPress, I can change its behavior through plugins. […]

Improving Your SEO Standards with WordPress.com Blogs

Yes, I know. Whine, whine. You can’t choose or tweak your own WordPress.com Theme. Heard it. Been there. Done that. Suffer for it, myself. While WordPress and most WordPress Themes come SEO ready out of the box, WordPress.com users can still use web standards and accessibility standards and SEO practices in your WordPress.com blog to […]

The New Face of the WordPress Plugins Database

A fantastic repository for all things WordPress Plugins, wp-plugins.net aka The WordPress Plugins Database has long been THE place to find up-to-date and awesome WordPress Plugins. Unfortunately, with the downfall of the incredible WP-Plugins Manager last year (and I’m eagerly waiting its rebirth guys!), and the many other resources for WordPress Plugins, wp-plugins.net fell by […]

Firefox 2.0 Alpha Coming to a Computer Near You Soon

The news is out. According to PC Pro, Firefox 2.0 Alpha is due next month. The move from version 1.5 to 2.0 for WordPress was not as big a jump as most consumers thought it would be, even though some of the improvements were tremendous, they were underneath the hood more than on the surface. […]

WordPress Hooks – All of Them

WordPress Hooks from Flat Earth is an amazing project to list all of the hooks in WordPress, from version 1.5 to 2.0. The WordPress Hooks project was initiated by Mark Jaquith, with a lot of help from WordPress developers and volunteers. A hook is an anchor point which a plugin or javascript can use to […]

I FOUND YOU – ONLINE SPELL CHECKER!

Firefox Spell Check Firefox now features spell check by default in their Internet browser. Misspelled words are highlighted with a red wavy underline, similar to word processing programs. Right click on the highlighted word and choose from the correct spelling in the right click menu. It’s not perfect, and the misspelled word isn’t recognized until […]

Designing a Rainbow – Sexy Hot Colors

When it comes to mixing up a rainbow of colors for your WordPress blog or website, one of my personal favorites is Color Schemer. You can pick a color and it will show colors related and in the color theme for that color, darken or lighten it, or mix up some other features to find […]

A Guide to the WordPress Codex, The Online Manual for WordPress Users

WordPress is so easy, for the most part, you can use it right out of the box. Once you get familiar with the powerful features beyond the most simple post writing, creating Pages and categories, you will probably want to do more. The WordPress Codex is the online manual for WordPress users. It takes you […]

Sex, Drugs and Rock and Roll Replaced by Sex, Drugs, and Mortgage Rates

“Sex, Drugs and Rock and Roll Replaced by Sex, Drugs and Mortgage Rates” That should be the newspaper headings across the planet. But it’s not. So I decided to make it one. “Bloggers Attacked by Sex, Drugs and Mortgage Rates” Is that a better attention getting headline? The reality is that bloggers and websites with […]

The Hunt for Online Spell Checking

NOTE: The latest version of Firefox now comes with built-in spell check. Faced with a repaired but not fully stocked laptop, I needed some of my writing spell checked. Instead of panicking, or digging through storage boxes of my computer disks for my word processing program, I realized that I was connected to the Internet […]

More Must-Have Bookmarklets Than You Can Swing a Browser At

I’ve seen a lot of links to Special Geek to Live – Ten Must-Have Bookmarklets which lists the top ten must-have bookmarklets to help your online research and browsing. I thought I’d do you better and offer you more must-have javascript bookmarklets than you can swing a bookmarklet at – if you could swing a […]

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