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Help Visitors Navigate Your Site: Make a Site Index

This lands in the brain as “why didn’t I think of that”. A long time writer both of non-fiction and technical writing, on paper and computer, I adore indexes. I’ve created many of them within my word processor and think of them whenever I’m doing a book. Why didn’t I think of doing one on […]

Search Engine Friendly: Helping Googlebot Crawl Your Blog

I’ve talked about Google, how search engines search your site, and how people use search engines to find your site, so check out Scribbling.net’s “Help the Googlebot Understand Your Website, a step-by-step look at how Google’s spider crawls through your blog or site gathering information and storing it in its database for the world to […]

Robin’s Blog – Blogging Tips to Help You Learn about Web Page Design and Development

I’m a big fan of Robin’s Blog aka Take My Advice – I’m Not Using It!. Based upon a series of classes at the Regional Occupational Program’s Web Page Design Program in Pleasant Hill, California, in the San Francisco Bay Area, Robin Wood offers students excellent information on web design, web development, and web technologies, […]

Nothing Like a LITTLE Help from Hewlett Packard

I’ve written about my mother’s amazing ability to be so brilliant and a wizbang at computers while being totally ignorant. But this one takes the cake, and it isn’t my mother’s fault. She bought an HP printer less than a year ago. It’s a mongo do everything printer, very expensive. Within a short time the […]

Top Internet Search Helpers

Life Hacker’s Search Engines – Seek and Ye Shall Find Top 20 Search Engine Helpers offers some great tips for searching the Internet. If you are new to searching the Internet, or need more information, check out some articles and tips I’ve written for the Internet Tips and Tricks workshops I teach from my main […]

Firefox Bookmarks Help Bloggers Blog

I love it when a tool I already adore, proves itself to be even better and have more awesome features that I realized. I learn this about WordPress every day, but today I learned something great about Firefox, my Internet browser, that will make my blogging research and work even easier. From a tip from […]

Code Snippets – Help and Cheating and Goodness

I recently discovered Snippets by Big Bold. These are little code snippets of various types that will help you with your web page design, layout, CSS, HTML, PHP, programming, and more. These can be used in WordPress Themes, templates, and style sheets. They even have code snippets for browsers, google, and bookmarklets. If you are […]

Help WordPress – Review a WordPress Theme

Alex King is looking for volunteers to help test and review WordPress Themes. I’ve got a whole bunch of WordPress themes (some new, some updates) people have sent me that need to be code reviewed and tested so they can be added to my list. Anyone want to volunteer to help? Requirements: 1. Good knowledge […]

Website Development – Keywords Help You Write Your Blog

Once I started seriously considering how I used keywords in our online documents, my web writing actually improved. I have a list of keywords for my site, but then I would make a list of the keywords I want to use in my post. I keep thinking, “How can I incorporate these words into the […]

Help Name the Next WordPress Version

Ryan and Matt are having a debate. What to call the next version of WordPress. Most of you know it as WordPress 1.6 – subject to change – but they also add a nickname to the versions based upon famous Jazz artists. So far the list has included Miles Davis, Art Blakely, Charles Mingus, and […]

IRS Tax Relief and Help for Victims of Hurricane Katrina

The US government and federally funded programs are available to help hurricane, tornado, flood, earthquake and other disasters, and there is also tax benefits and relief for victims. You can find more information on tax benefits and relief from the IRS Tax Relief in Disaster Situations. As one of the millions of victims of Hurricane […]

Help Me Find a WordPress Theme

Tips Apply to the Full Version of WordPress. In our WordPress Tips, we cover a lot about WordPress Themes, editing, tweaking, and changing the layout, as well as developing them from scratch. Here are a few more tips and issues you need to consider when choosing and editing your WordPress Theme. Help Me Find a […]

Need Help? The wordpress.com FAQ

There is a new resource for help in town for wordpress.com users. http://faq.wordpress.com. Run by the brilliant minds behind WordPressMU and wordpress.com, this FAQ offers frequently asked questions to help you understand how wordpress.com works and what you can, and can’t, do. Recent answers to frequently asked questions about wordpress.com include How do I send […]

New Search Engines Help Users Find Blogs

The Wall Street Journal’s article, “New Search Engines Help Users Find Blogs” tells of blog directories competing directly with major search engines, and in many respects, beating them to the punch when it comes to tracking and helping users find information on blogs. Blogs, compared to websites, are updated faster and contain more gossip, news, […]

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 […]

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