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New Look for WordPress

With the release of WordPress 2.0, which I’ll be talking about soon, WordPress has also finally released their much anticipated new look on the WordPress site and forum and the online manual for WordPress called the WordPress Codex. None are perfect yet, but will evolve in the next month or so as everyone embraces the […]

Looking for a Great Domain Name?

Marcus Vorwaller’s How to Find a Great Domain Name is a great find if you are looking for a domain name and you are stumped. He lists a wide variety of resources and tools that will help you find and choose a great domain name. Resources and tools include: Dislexicon JustDropped – expired domain names […]

Looking For Javascript Libraries?

If you are looking for Javascript Libraries and resources, look no farther than Edevil’s Javascript Libraries Roundup right here on wordpress.com. The list is awesome with over a dozen references to help you Javascript lovers and authors. Great resource. Site Search Tags: javascript, library, libraries

Looking for Blogging Ideas?

While it seems like installing and setting up your blog is the hardest part of the challenges associated with blogging, the reality is that coming up with new ideas is actually the hardest part of blogging. For a while, the ideas and words flow. You can barely keep up with them. But over time, energy […]

Katrina, Katrina, Hurricane Katrina Everywhere You Look

Dave Platter reports that Hurricane Katrina is still the hottest ticket in the Internet town. It’s still all Katrina, all the Time in the news and public relations business. A survey of Google news shows 330,000 news stories mentioning the term “Hurricane Katrina.” Over at Yahoo, the total is 218,366 news stories. Those numbers are […]

Looking for Taking Your Camera on the Road?

Are you looking for our main site, Taking Your Camera on the Road or trying to email me, I apologize. Here is a note from my server company: September 12, 2005 1:40PM PST City of LA – Power Failure A portion of the city of Los Angeles is currently experiencing a powerful failure. This has […]

Looking for Lists of WordPress Themes?

Emily Robbins’ How to Blog has created a list of over 350 WordPress Themes on her site. This is great, though it isn’t as good as a the WordPress Codex Official WordPress Theme List, which is currently being updated with descriptive keywords and categories for the listed Themes, WordPress Theme Viewer, or WordPress Extend Official […]

Vulnerability in phpMyAdmin Requires Immediate Patch

A critical CSRF Vulnerability in phpMyAdmin Database administration tool has been found and a patch is available for all computers and servers running the MySQL database. Does this include you? If you are using WordPress, yes it does. Contact your web host to ensure phpMyAdmin is updated immediately. If you are self-hosted and manage your […]

Blog Exercise: New Years Reboot, Restart, Kick Ass

“It’s that time of year when the world falls in love…” The Christmas Waltz by Jule Styne and Sammy Cahn I’d like to think that New Year’s thinking includes bringing back the love to your blog. You might not think that, but let’s go with that belief as we continue with this year’s Blog Exercises. […]

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 […]

Blog Exercises: Blog a Conversation

In this ongoing series called Blog Exercises, today you will blog a conversation. “I don’t want to.” “Sure, you do.” “Nah. Don’t want to.” “This is a chance to improve your blogging.” “Uh-huh.” “This is a change to improve your writing skills.” “Nope.” “You will do it because I said so. Got it?” “Okay.” Writing […]

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() […]

Blog Exercises: Are You Trending?

In social media, trending are topics attracting the attention of most of the people, thus popular. Unfortunately, trending topics are self-feeding, an accident along the highway where everyone wants to slow down and take a look. Then they want to tell others about it so they can look. Walking by a student glued to their […]

WordPress School: Shortcodes

WordPress shortcodes are abbreviated code placed into the WordPress Visual or Text Editors that expands into a larger code structure. As we continue with Lorelle’s WordPress School free online course, it’s time to explore the basics of WordPress shortcodes. The following is the embed code for a Google Map, pointing to one of my favorite […]

Blog Exercises: Ingredients of a Well-Designed Site

I was asked by a student in my WordPress class recently what defined a “professional blog,” one that met all the criteria for a well-designed, well-formed site that met web standards. What a marvelous question! We brainstormed all the elements that make up a web standard site, and mixed in personal preferences of the students […]