‘WordPress Tips’ Category

Using WordPress For A Private Collaboration Site

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August 9th, 2009
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I work with a group of people in the development and production of a podcast called The PC/Mac Smackdown.  The show is going through significant changes in the near future and we decided it would be great to have some type of collaborative site for us to share ideas, files, schedules, etc. Rather than use commercial services like Google Docs, Google Groups or Multiply we thought it would be much more functional to build our own site and customize it to our preferences. I volunteered to get that site up and running and I was actually able to have something online overnight that met our needs.  It really proved just how flexible WordPress is and how talented the plug-in developer community is to be able to provide such a wide range of functionality with plug-ins. After getting our domain registered I got the latest version of WordPress (2.8.3) uploaded and […]

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Convert PSD Files To WordPress Themes

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August 7th, 2009
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WordPress themes are enhance the look and feel of the blog and kudos to all those theme developers who spend time to dish out those wonderful themes.

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Use WordPress To Highlight Your Business/Portfolio

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August 4th, 2009
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The Tutorial Blog has written a excellent tutorial on how you can use WordPress to showcase your business or portfolio and also use it as a blogging platform.

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WordPress For Beginners: Exploring Admin Dashboard and More

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Now that you have learnt how to setup your blog and secured it by activating Akismet, I would like to give you a tour around the admin dashboard, this tour will help you get accustomed to managing WordPress more effectively.

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Generating Post Ideas – A Follow Up

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Last week I posted a blog entry to generate discussions about how you work at Developing Post Ideas for Your WordPress Site. The response by everyone was tremendous – 33 comments and quite a few great ideas. It seemed that the most popular way to keep track of ideas for blog entries is by using the built in draft functionality of WordPress.  You can do this via the Admin Post writing interface or even via offline tools such as Windows Live Writer.  A quick title and a few words, lines about what you want to write about and then save it as a draft.  That draft will happily sit there waiting for you to come back to it when your ready or when you have more info to write down towards the idea/post. Once you get the post where you want it and feel the inspiration to complete it then […]

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Why Should You Add Your Plugin to WordPress Extend?

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WordPress has a huge community with a active user base contributing in the form of excellent plugins, however most of the plugins are scattered all over the internet making it more and more difficult for users to find them and also for plugin authors to send out updates whenever there are any.

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Create Private Twitter Like Site With WordPress

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Twitter is definitely becoming popular day by day, by far it is one of the most easiest way to communicate with others.

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WordPress for Beginners: Publish post tips and tricks

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A couple of Twitter questions posted to @weblogtooltips (are you following us yet?) about publishing posts in the future with plugins make me think that some users of WordPress might not know about the cool features that are built right into the admin panel. (yes, WordPress does that) As the screenshot to the left shows, the publish box in WordPress holds a couple of hidden gems that might not immiediately be apparent. You can do one of two things with the fantastic post you just wrote (beside just posting it outright): You can make your post public and make it a sticky on the front page or you can choose to password protect it or make it completely invisible to people that are not logged in to your blog. This option is available on your “Add New Post” page under the Publish box. You have to click on “Edit” next […]

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Tips For Troubleshooting Problems With WordPress

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No software is perfect no matter how perfectly it is written, as there are external factors that may interfere with its working and cause problems, likewise with WordPress, which is always tested thoroughly before releasing them to general public, there may be areas of problems for users.

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