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WordPress.com Blog Bling: Signatures and Writing Code

Wow! If you wanted some WordPress.com blog bling bling, we’ve covered a lot, haven’t we? I’ve shown you how to add graphics and photographs and video, lines and smilies, fonts, blockquotes, social bookmark links, blogroll bling and sidebar widgets, and…have I forgotten anything? Ah, yes. How to display code bling in your WordPress.com blogs, and […]

The Wonderful World of WordPress Products

By now, most of you should know that there are three versions of WordPress available and one awesome forum software program, bbPress, which works seamlessly integrated with two versions of WordPress. Let’s look at your WordPress options and see which one is right for your blogging needs. WordPress.com WordPress.com is the free but limited version […]

WordPress.com Blogs: New Features List

WordPress.com has finally put together a neat WordPress.com Features List page to help people understand what features are available for WordPress.com users and potential users. If you haven’t been keeping up with all you can do with a WordPress.com blog, take a look. Even I found a few goodies I’d missed along the way. Related […]

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: Accessibility and Usability

In “Usability Isn’t Expensive. It’s Practical. Usability is Useful.”, I explained the differences, and similarities between accessibility and usability: Accessibility is the development of a website or blog to be accessible to everyone. This means that the design must meet web standards and pass a range of validation tests in order to be compliant with […]

One Year Anniversary Review: WordPress For Beginners

One of the first things I did as a documentation volunteer for WordPress was to help create the popular WordPress Lessons on the WordPress Codex. I believe it is critically important that users get hands-on, step-by-step basic instructions for using the most elementary aspects of WordPress. After all, WordPress is easy-to-use and is proud of […]

One Year Anniversary Review: Choosing a WordPress Theme

One of the slick features with all WordPress and WordPress.com blogs is the ability to change the look of your blog in seconds. This feature was added in WordPress 1.5 in the beginning of 2005 and continues to be one of the most fascinating and exciting features WordPress has to offer. With WordPress, you can […]

One Year Anniversary Review: Helping WordPress.com Users

WordPress has won very high marks and reviews for awesome customer service and documentation in the past two years. It was only natural when things got going for WordPress.com bloggers to provide similar top quality help and support. It took a while to create a WordPress.com Support Forum. Before it arrived, I pitched in with […]

Tags and Tagging in WordPress

One of most popular posts I wrote is on A Tagging Bookmarklet for WordPress and WordPress.com Users, which offers a step-by-step process of how to create the tags and signature you find at the bottom of every post that I write. I’d like to clear up a little confusion about tags in WordPress.com for you. […]

WordPress.com Bug: Anonymous Trackbacks and Comments

There is a new bug in WordPress.com town. You race home and rush to your computer to see if anyone has left you a comment on your blog only to find a bunch of Anonymous folks have left comments on your WordPress.com blog. STOP!!! Before you hit that SPAM button, this is not comment spam. […]

Helping the Ultimate Tag Warrior Work with Jerome’s Keywords WordPress Plugins

If you have been following this blog, you will know that I’m a huge fan of Christine Davis’ Ultimate Tag Warrior WordPress Plugin. I’m also pushing both publicly and privately to get it put into WordPress.com. It makes adding tags incredibly powerful. Unfortunately, the Ultimate Tag Warrior WordPress Plugin doesn’t play nicely with another of […]

Lorelle on WordPress Now Part of Technorati Tools

Wow. I guess this is a clue that I might be famous. Again. 😉 My post on A Tagging Bookmarklet for WordPress and WordPress.com Users has been added to Technorati’s Tool List, a list of tools that help people add Technorati tags to their blogs. I’m in good company alongside some of the following tips […]

Playing Tag With WordPress

Not long ago, I talked about the awesome Ulitmate Tag Warrior WordPress Plugin by Christine Davis and how to add this plugin to your full version WordPress blog to put the power of tags on your blog. I thought I’d also point out an excellent guide to putting tags on your WordPress blog by Trainque […]

The Problems With Tags and Tagging

I have talked a lot about how to put tags on your posts, including how to create a custom bookmarklet to add tags to your wordpress.com or WordPress posts, and the benefits of tagging, as well as the difference between tags and categories, but what I haven’t talked about is the issues involving tagging from […]

The Ultimate Tag Warrior WordPress Plugin

The Ultimate Tag Warrior WordPress Plugin is exactly what it says: the ultimate tag warrior. If you are serious about tags, and using the full version of WordPress, then check out this WordPress Plugin. NOTE: Since WordPress 2.1, the Ultimate Tag Warrior WordPress Plugin has had some major problems and the author has decided to […]