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WPBeginners List Of Their Best Tutorials For 2010

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December 27th, 2010
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WPBeginners has published their list of the best tutorials they have written in 2010. Over the course of the year, WPBeginner has covered everything from how to install a plugin to useful configuration tricks you may not have noticed. They end the list by linking to some other cool tutorials they have discovered on other sites. Looks like WPBeginner had a great year. Stay tuned to WeblogToolsCollection.com as I publish a two part series of our own showcasing WordPress news in review, WLTC style.

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WordPress’ Raanan in Iraq to help country use new media

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April 21st, 2009
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Twitter, WordPress execs in Iraq to help country use new media – CNN.com. Interesting piece on CNN today about Raanan Bar-Cohen, one of nine technology executives, who begin their third day in Iraq on Tuesday as part of a U.S. State Department-led trip on how the war-battered country can effectively use new media as it rebuilds. Go Raanan! He has posted a couple of entries from Baghdad and has a few photos up on Flickr.

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If Plugin Deactivation Breaks Your Blog

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June 1st, 2008
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Ever deactivate a plugin, only to have it crash your blog? Typically, this will result in a “Fatal error: Call to undefined function.” which is then displayed on the front end of your site. According to John Lamansky, the reason this error occurs is because the theme is still calling on the plugin you deactivated. John Lamansky has put together a list of steps that you should perform to alleviate this issue entitled, What To Do If Plugin Deactivation Breaks Your Blog. Typically, deleting the plugin file from your plugin directory usually solves most problems. However, John’s list of steps guides you through the process of determining which bits of code from the failed plugin are causing the errors and then removing those lines of code. If you have ever gone through the experience described above, please let us know how you went about fixing the issue.

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WordPress.com Still Growing

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January 20th, 2008
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Compete has released a list of the fastest growing and declining sites of 2007. These stats are made up of the top 1,000 domains in between December of 2006 and December of 2007. Among those domains that grew the most (and that are safe for work) include, iamfreetonight.com, podshow.com and techcrunch.com. The domains that saw a negative change of at least 90% include bolt.com (due to bankruptcy) broadcaster.com and octanetv.com. However, WordPress.com appears to have grown by 523% with 24,393,457 visits. WordPress doesn’t appear to be slowing down anytime soon and thats some positive news.

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Temporary Change of Pilots – Preserving Continuity

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Your regular favorite Mark is on vacation for about a week. The task of keeping this blog busy has fallen to me. I will try to maintain Mark’s standards and bring you the best of weblog tools over this period. Everything will continue normally, hopefully. I used to blog actively at WordLog until academic pressures forced me to take a break from blogging. Regaining lost rhythm is difficult, and that blog hasn’t been updated in months. Other more recent pursuits have taken the upper-hand now. So what is your strategy for maintaining the perfect blogging rhythm?, do you guys have a “Workflow” for maintaining frequent updates to your professional blogs? I’d love to hear from you. Write a post on your weblog and then pingback this post (just link to this post) so everyone else can also learn about your techniques. Optionally I will try to condense the best practices […]

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