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Social Media for Crafters and Artists

Social Media for Crafters and Artists: Covering the Basics of the Social Web by Lorelle VanFossen, has been a true labor of love, meeting the two joys in my life, blogging and social media with crafting. It is available for sale as a PDF ebook. The book includes the basics of social media designed specifically […]

Blog Bashing: Beware Complacency

In “5 Ways to Rid Complacency From Your Blog” on Daily Blog Tips, Bob Bessette writes about how to mix things up in the new year on your blog: If you’ve owned a blog for a while there’s a good chance that complacency may have already set in. Dictionary.com defines complacency as “a feeling of […]

Lorelle at WordCamp 2008 – 260 Ways to Break WordPress

I’ve uploaded my program from WordCamp 2008 in San Francisco to SlideShare and showcased it below. I talked about how important it is that we push WordPress as far as possible, even to the breaking point, to make sure it will work across all operating systems, all hosts, all browsers, all setups – in every […]

WordPress Security Prevention, Reactions, and Scares

Matt Mullenweg spoke out recently on the recent bogus “SecurityFocus SQL Injection” fear spreading across the web. There is a huge perception today that WordPress is a security risk. This is not true. As Matt discussed, fears of SQL server vulnerabilities and other security issues have gotten out of control, for WordPress as well as […]

Lorelle versus Jeffro2pt0 on WordPress Weekly This Friday

Get ready for Friday. Lorelle and Jeffro2pt0 will duke it out on the WordPress Weekly Show! Due to a variety of unfortunate circumstances, including tornadoes, last week’s WordPress Weekly live show was rescheduled to this Friday, April 18, 2008, with myself and host, Jeffro2pt0. You have no excuses now to join us Friday at 9PM […]

Setting Your WordPress Blog Clock

I blog on many different blogs, some of them mine. Each seems to be on it’s own time clock, including some of my blogs. For instance, I write for the Blog Herald and their time is set for the Philippines. On this blog, Lorelle on WordPress, the time was set for US East Coast Time […]

The Art of Smilies in WordPress Blogs

I recently ;-) ran across a blog :D that was stuffed with 8O . You know, those yellow smiling faces :) that grin, wink, blink and snarl at you from many blog posts? They are called emoticons by their proper term, but also known as smilies or smileys. Sometimes they work, and sometimes they don’t, […]

Customizing Your WordPress Theme Footer

UPDATE: WordPress now has custom menus. At the bottom of the article, I explain how to customize your WordPress Theme’s footer using Custom Menus. Yesterday, I covered the basic code found in the footer of the WordPress Default Theme, and gave you some ideas on how to add some impact and navigation to your WordPress […]

The 3 Easiest Ways to Speed Up WordPress

By John Pozadzides (Apollo XVIII Astronaut.) So, in the past 2 weeks I’ve had 3 articles hit the front page of Digg. Let me just tell you, the onslaught of traffic can bring a server to it’s knees. Over the last many months I’ve learned a thing or two about tweaking WordPress, and while this […]

Banning a WordPress Spammer With .htaccess

By John Pozadzides (“How the heck is that pronounced?!?”) Uugh. I’ve got this problem comment spammer. Today alone he posted over 1,000 comment spams on my blog. You can imagine how I felt about that. Did I mention I am a Marine (Semper Fi)! So, even though Akismet was doing it’s job, I was about […]

WordPress Tip: How to Display a Specific Post Anywhere You Want

By Mohsin at Blogging Bits A few days ago when I made some modifications to my blog’s template and added a featured posts box, I was asked how did I do that. It’s nothing too difficult or technical. All I did was installed the required Plugins, inserted the right code, and did a bit of […]

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 […]

Write Today, Post Tomorrow: Using Post Timestamp

By Dawud Miracle When you’re blogging, you want to post as consistently as possible. If you’re on a three-days each week schedule, then you want to post on the same days each week. If you’re posting once-per-week, you really want to try to publish a post each day. Notice I said ‘post each day’ not […]

Microformats and WordPress Themes

By Otto of Nothing to See Here Question: What are Microformats? The short answer: Microformats are a way to make your web pages readable by more than just people. The idea is that you put special forms of HTML in your page, around the stuff you already have in your page. This special code lets […]

Why Writing a Link Post Should Be Like Planning a Party

By Jan of Circular Communication In my first post about link posts – Why A Link Post Should Be Like Mingling at a Party – I played the guest introducing other guests to each other. However, you are in fact the host of the party when you are writing a link post and thus much […]

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