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Custom Search Engine Landing Page – Customized Welcome Mat

Heard the term “landing page” or “landing site” in relationship with e-Commerce and Search Engine Optimization (SEO)? It is the page people arrive on your site from a search engine. If you are searching for “wordpress plugins” in a search engine, it will call up a list of results. Click on one of those results […]

Customizing Your WordPress Quicktag Buttons

If you have upgraded your WordPress blog, you may have made changes to your quicktag buttons in your previous version and need to know how to add them back. There used to be a few WordPress Plugins you could choose from to allow you to customize or add to your quicktag buttons, the buttons found […]

Customizing RSS Feed Links for WordPress.com and WordPress Sidebar Widgets

With the new feature in WordPress.com blogs to add feeds to your sidebar using Sidebar Widget enabled WordPress Themes and/or the soon-to-be-released Sidebar Widget WordPress Plugin, you now have a powerful feature to add content to your blog and accessorize your sidebar. If you would like to add feeds from another WordPress blog, the feed […]

Breaking the Limits of Customizable WordPress Themes

Binary Moon’s Regulus WordPress Theme was one of the new breed of WordPress Themes that helped break the limits of the non-customizable WordPress Themes. Using WordPress Plugins and some interesting twists and turns with WordPress tags, WordPress.com and WordPress users can now do some customization of how a WordPress Theme looks, including changing the header […]

WordPress.com Widgets – Customizing Your WordPress.com Theme Sidebar

WordPress.com announces customization features for your WordPress.com Theme sidebar called “WordPress Widgets. Some of the Themes available with WordPress.com now include a feature to permit some arranging of the sidebar. If the Theme includes the Widgets, you will see a new tab in the Presentation panel called “Sidebar Editor”. Your choices for customizing your Theme’s […]

Custom Google Search Feeds

Update: While this was a great idea, GooRSS is now defunct. GooRSS is a new custom feed generator in beta testing based upon Google search results. It’s really wonderful and something Google should implement. From the front page, enter in your search keywords and click SEARCH. At the bottom of the first page of results […]

Customizing wordpress.com Default Theme Headers

Custom Kubrick or Default Theme Headers are now live for wordpress.com users. Donncha has turned this function on in the Presentation Panel, and you can see it only if you are using the Default/Kubrick Theme. As mentioned, the Kubrick Header Switcher was developed by Andy Skelton for WordPress 1.6, the alpha-stage next version of WordPress. […]

Customizing Your Feed Titles

The joy of working with the full version of WordPress is the ability to customize everything. I’ve been trying to create a list of the various feeds available on my main site. I created such a list but when my feed reader scans the page for feeds, it lists every single one with the title […]

Customizing WordPress Administration Panels

Tips for WordPress 1.5 While some of these tips may apply to WordPress 1.6, that version is still not available to the general public. These tips and tricks apply to WordPress 1.5. WordPress is highly customizable. Every part and piece of the full WordPress version can be customized, including the WordPress Administration Panel. In general, […]

WordPress School: Addresses and URLs

Someday someone will write a book about the complexities of website addresses, permalinks, pretty permalinks, nonces, preview links, conditional links, and all of the other linky link links that WordPress uses. Until that authoritative text book is written, you are stuck with my weak explanations. As you move through the various assignments in In Lorelle’s […]

WordPress School: Visual and Text Editors

In this assignment in Lorelle’s WordPress School free online course we are going to explore the Text and Visual Editors in WordPress. WordPress features the two editors on all posts and Pages. The Visual Editor is the WYSIWYMG editor for writing content. This means it is the What You See Is What You Might Get […]

WordPress School: Images

In the previous Lorelle’s WordPress School tutorial we covered preparing images for uploading to WordPress. Today’s lesson is on how to upload and embed the images in posts and Pages. As a reminder, the sequence and data required for uploading an image to WordPress is: Using the Media Uploader in a post or Page, the […]

WordPress School: Week 4

In Lorelle’s WordPress School free online course last week, we covered: WordPress School – Lists WordPress School: The Second Post WordPress School: Headings WordPress School: Terms – Administration Screens WordPress School: Contact Page WordPress School: Image Preparation This week, the 4th in this year-long series, we continue with the Article Series on your test site. […]

WordPress School: Terms – Administration Screens

One of the greatest challenges I have in teaching WordPress to clients, students, and in workshops and online courses like Lorelle’s WordPress School is the fact that WordPress keeps changing the interface and the names of the various interface bits and pieces. They are doing it again on WordPress.com with a “new and improved” interface […]

WordPress School: Contact Page

In Lorelle’s WordPress School free online course we are going to take a break from the article series and work on your next Page in WordPress. Save the second post in the article series as draft. We’ll come back to it. As a reminder, WordPress Pages are content elements that exist outside of the reverse […]

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