Posts Tagged ‘General’

WordPress General Troubleshooting

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October 14th, 2010
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Like any web platform, application, or operating system, WordPress can be hit by sudden unexpected problems. Fortunately, general troubleshooting is easy and will usually reveal the source of (and sometimes fix) most problems. Before we continue to general troubleshooting, there are a few popular cases that have relatively specific fixes. If you’re seeing a blank white screen, consult WordPress and the White Screen of Death. If you’re seeing “Fatal error: Allowed memory size,” consult WordPress and the Fatal Memory Error. If you’re seeing an internal server error or error 500, consult WordPress and the Internal Server Error. And, if you’re seeing a headers already sent warning, consult WordPress and the Headers Already Sent Warning. As you can probably guess from the articles linked to above, many sudden WordPress problems can be traced back to plugins, themes, or corrupt core files. If your problem is not directly related to one of […]

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Excited about WordCamp Dallas

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March 27th, 2008
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I am excited about the upcoming WordCamp Dallas. I am hoping to meet up with quite a few people and the schedule looks interesting. I am not going to make it to DFW in time for the Friday evening mixer but I will be getting together with people later on in the night. Please send me an email or Twitter me if you are interested in getting together. If you are at WordCamp Dallas over the weekend, be sure to say hi.

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Seasons Greetings

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December 26th, 2007
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A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to everyone! We hope everyone had a safe and fun time with family and friends.

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Where do you read Weblogtoolscollection.com from?

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November 25th, 2007
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General, WordPress

I have always wanted to ask this question from my readers since I believe that the answer would help me provide more ways receive the information that is posted on this blog (and help WordPress users). Since I came across this cool app for Facebook that allows you to attach polls to your Facebook pages, I added it to the weblogtoolscollection.com Facebook fan page. With that in mind, where do you read weblogtoolscollection.com? The poll embed code is not behaving. If you want to vote, please visit the facebook fan page, click on “View polls for weblogtoolscollection.com” and vote there. I should have used a better polling plugin like the one from GamerZ. When I get the polls plugin installed, I will update the post with the right information. Till then, please leave a comment. Thank you for being patient and I apologize for the confusion!

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WPBook

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November 18th, 2007
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WPBook

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WPBook

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November 18th, 2007
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WPBook

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Technorati Links by Day Graph

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September 21st, 2007
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Cool Scripts, General

I had come upon this technique sometime ago but with the recent change in the way Technorati looks, I wanted to document the link since it still appears to work. You can use the following URI to generate a PNG with incoming links to your blog for a given period using Technorati. There does seem to be a maximum number of days Technorati keeps track of links and that number is less than 365, closer to 200. Just change the BlogURL value to the URI of your blog, and modify the size of the graph as you see fit for your blog or application. http://www.technorati.com/chartimg?q=BlogURL&days=3600&width=460&height=200&type=url I come up with the following graph for WeblogToolsCollection.com

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Blog Vacation Day

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March 11th, 2007
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Business of Blogging, General

Here at WeblogToolsCollection, we try to put aside Sunday as Blog Vacation Day. Of course, I am violating that theory by writing this post but for the most part, we set aside Sunday to put our house in order. We clean posts, trim and manage comments and spam, play with the code and plugins, mess with the ads, reply to emails, formulate weekly posts, plan out the rest of the week and generally just post nothing on the live blog. That gives us a reason to come back on Monday and start afresh and I believe it really helps. Do you have a Blog Vacation Day? If so, which one and why?

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AuctionAds

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AuctionAds is another new way for bloggers to make a little more money on the side. AuctionAds consist of eBay auction ads on keywords chosen by the blogger or publisher. Although the service was launched today and there is little information on how much one could earn, AuctionAds promises to pass on almost all of the revenue to the publisher of the ad. I thought of this service as an automated eBay affiliate program that pays almost as much as that program but has less hassle. TechCrunch has a quick rundown of the business details on AuctionAds and since AdSense does terribly on this blog, I figured I would try them out. You can see the ads on the sidebar. Another interesting fact from their FAQ is that you may run these ads alongside Google AdSense and they do have an affiliate program. If you are trying them out, I […]

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