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Apologies: Future Posts Released Again

As I have/will/did write in the future post, Blog Struggles: Surviving Offline Downtime, which released a week ahead of schedule due to a repeat of a glitch on WordPress.com that hasn’t been seen for well over a year, I depend upon the future posts feature of WordPress for my blog to keep going while I’m […]

Working Ahead – Future Posts with WordPress

Two issues strike to the very soul and spirit of bloggers: Providing a continuous stream of blog posts and finding something to blog about. Luckily with WordPress, both issues can actually be easily addressed. Everyone experiences those great spurts of energy, and blogging is no exception. Suddenly you are filled with inspiration and motivation to […]

Future Posts STILL Not Posting

Again, my apologizes. I’m still on the road, somewhere in Oregon now, living from WIFI to WIFI connection, and running into days without even a cell phone connection let alone a wireless Internet connection. And WordPress.com developers are “still working on the problem” so all the work I put into future posts keeping you informed […]

WordPress.com: Trouble With Future Posts

A few days ago I reported problems I’m having with WordPress.com of future posts not releasing when they are scheduled to be released. After a few days offline traveling, I find that three days of posts did not release. Apologizes to my fans, but more importantly, if you are having problems with future posts not […]

WordPress School: What’s the Difference Between the Display Posts and Archive Shortcodes

In Lorelle’s WordPress School free online course, we’ve been exploring shortcodes. In this tutorial, let’s take a look at two shortcodes that appear to be the same on the surface. WordPress has long had the ability to generate a list of posts in a Page or post with a bit of code in the archives() […]

The Future of Blogging – With a Glimpse Backwards

In “What’s next for blogging: I try to predict the future” by Yesterday’s news, the author, a Creative and Professional Writing Major at Bemidji State University in Minnestoa, used fantastic visuals to take us on a journey through the development of blogging and the blogging industry for a class on blogs and wikis. She makes […]

Blog Exercises: How Many Posts?

How many posts do you need to publish a year on your site? Have you counted? Do you schedule them in a way to count each post over a day, week, month, or year? At my peak, I pushed 1,975 posts a year. Yes, someone counted. The number frightened me. I had to break it […]

Weekly Digest: Catching Up, Speaking San Francisco, Future Post Mixup, Talking to Blogger Talks, and More

Yikes, it’s been a rough few weeks. Along with some nasty business stuff, which is actually normal in my line of work, I was supposed to be on my first real, non-working vacation in 14 years, which turned into a workation. What should have been normal was much less fun than usual as my husband […]

WordPress Tip: Finding Future Post Permalinks

In Technical Tips for Publishing a Series of Articles on Your Blog, I offered tips for how to use WordPress to publish a series of articles on your blog, linking manually between the blog posts after they have been published. One of the benefits of writing articles series as future posts is that you can […]

Using WordPress Categories To Style Posts

By Abhijit Nadgouda UPDATED 2010: See below One of the reasons WordPress fits so many bills is its flexibility. It lets you do things at a much lesser cost, not necessarily money, but time and effort too, as compared to others. This article is about styling WordPress posts differently using the categories they are classified […]

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 […]

WordPress.com Future Post Bug: New Twist

Recently, WordPress.com blogs have been hit by a few related bugs, associated with future posts. I talked about the impact of this most recent future post bug yesterday, and it has happened a few more times. So here is a description of what is happening, and hopefully instructions on how to work around it until […]

Blog Exercises: Which Stats Matter

In this ongoing series called Blog Exercises, let’s explore the stats that matter, the ones you should be paying attention to on your site and off. On your site, you should be paying attention to: Most Popular Posts: Are your most popular posts related by topic? If so, there is clearly a driving interest in […]

The Most Common Tiny Mistakes Made When Setting Up a WordPress Site

I’ve just finished five years of teaching non-stop college and community education workshops and programs on WordPress for beginners, novices, experts, web designers, web developers, web programmers, and those who think they know everything but still realize they have a lot to learn. I love that last group as they are willing to learn and […]

WordPress School: The Article Series

To help me teach you WordPress from the inside out in this free online course, we’ve been focused on creating a five-part article series to learn the various WordPress content features and functionality. Each article offers you the opportunity to dive into how WordPress works right out of the box, focusing on the content and […]