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New P2 Prologue Theme on WordPress.com

P2: The New Prologue is out for WordPress.com bloggers to play with. Based upon the Prologue WordPress Theme that has been called Twitter-Meets-Blog, this is a form of social networking microblogging WordPress Theme. The announcement offers more information and a video, but this is not a WordPress Theme for everyone. It is designed for multiple […]

WordPress.com Bloggers Get New Support and Help Site

WordPress.com bloggers now have a new resource for help: the WordPress Help Pages. Heather of the WordPress.com Support Team announced the new WordPress.com support. It features a knowledge-based style with overviews features and tasks. I’ve covered a lot of tips and techniques for using WordPress.com, and here are some highlights, including a lot of features […]

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 […]

What Do I Do With My New WordPress.com Blog

You just got your first WordPress.com blog. Now what do you do with it? There are two ways to tackle your new WordPress.com blog. First, there is the typical way, then there is the practical approach. The Typical Way of Starting a WordPress Blog The typical method of starting to use your WordPress.com blog is: […]

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 […]

What’s New With WordPress News and WordCamp WordPress Conference

After over four months on the road almost non-stop, traveling by air, motor home, car, truck, SUV, bus, and foot, covering over 18,000 miles across 24 states, repeating some of them more than once (which total to 30 states, I think, but whose counting?), it’s time to play a little catch up with what is […]

Looking for the New Article on Using WordPress.com?

A strange new bug in WordPress.com caused What Do I Do With My New WordPress.com Blog (and others) to release three days early. The date on the post was for July 29, and yet it posted without my knowledge on July 26. Unfortunately, it released in the middle of the night and I woke up […]

At the Bottom: New Delete Comment Spam Button in Akismet for WordPress.com Users

With the recent high volume of nasty comment spam, most of which is caught by Akismet within WordPress.com blogs, I’ve been mentally chastising the developers for not including a DELETE SPAM button at the bottom of the caught spam list. I would scroll through 90 or more caught spam comments and get to the bottom […]

New Interface and Administration Panels Coming for WordPress.com

NOTE AND UPDATE: The following post was written in 2006 and is no longer valid. The Shuttle Project did not last long after this announcement. While their intentions were good, Happy Cog Studios is overseeing the research and development of the new WordPress Administrative Panels due for inclusion in the WordPress 2.4 release. Matt Mullenweg […]

WordPress.com New Feature: Feed Stats

A feature that I’ve long wanted is finally here: Feed Stats. You can now monitor your feed statistics with WordPress.com. Go to the Dashboard > Feed Stats tab and there they are. There are two charts for you to examine. I’d like more specific information than just these charts, but in general, these statistics will […]

Playing with WordPress.com New Sidebar Widgets

There have been a few recent announcements about the WordPress.com Sidebar Widgets lately, especially from WordPress developer, Andy Skelton, and in the WordPress.com Blog, so what is all the fuss about? Hideously named “WordPress Widgets” is the method of accessorizing your WordPress.com sidebar on WordPress Themes which permit such interaction. Through the use of Javascripts […]

New WordPress.com Forums

Yes, all you WordPress.com users, you now have a place to call your own for support services and dialog. The brand new WordPress.com Forums are up and running. This is where, hopefully, you can get the answers you need to your questions and find others who are blogging on WordPress.com. Volunteers are answering questions in […]

New Write Post Preview – Real Live Preview

Users of wordpress.com woke up this morning to a new feature, one I’ve mentioned before and also described in my post on The Perfect WordPress Dashboard. It is the ability to “see” your post preview in your WordPress Theme – giving you a live preview of what your post will look like when published using […]

Lorelle on WordPress, Blogging, Social Media, and Web Publishing

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Blog Exercises: Start Here Guides

Training for educators using online learning management systems for high schools and college recommend creating a “Start Here” page to guide the student through the process. If the process is complicated, this makes sense. The question I wanted to know from trainers is why don’t they provide training upon entrance to the school so each […]