Posts Tagged ‘questions’

What Did You Like In WordPress 3.0?

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June 19th, 2010
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WordPress 3.0 came out couple of days ago and there might have been people who have upgraded to the latest version of WordPress. Though I am really not impressed with WordPress 3.0 yet and am exploring it throughout (a full review is coming soon :-) ) to be able to explain what it has and what it does not.

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Four Great Questions

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December 29th, 2009
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Alex Denning who is the man behind WPShout.com has published the last of a four-part series which asks notable members within the WordPress community four interesting questions. The questions are as follows. Why WordPress? What Would You Change In WordPress? What Problems Currently Face The WordPress Community? What Is The Future Of WordPress? I had the opportunity to participate in this community survey with the question regarding the future of WordPress being my favorite. Here is what I had to say: WordPress will continue to be used as a platform to do things that go far beyond blogging. As these projects end up in the showcase and acquire press, more people will begin to realize that WordPress is an excellent blogging tool but it’s by far the not only thing it is capable of doing. WordPress will continue to evolve as a framework or a platform that will enable these […]

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How Do You Do That?

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Ever wanted to do something in WordPress but just wasn’t sure how? In my experience this happens quite often, mostly with people new to WordPress. But, even the experts run into trouble sometimes. Today I thought I’d start a series of posts which will aim to explain how to do certain things in WordPress. Hopefully this will cover anything from quick tips and simple little functions, all the way up to more complex custom code and the like. So, stick around and you just might learn something. I think I’ll kick off the series with a couple simple ones… Why isn’t this plugin working with my theme? This is probably one of the most common issues I read about regarding WordPress. Sometimes even more experienced WPers can get this one wrong. Now, I’m not saying this is the solution to all problems between plugins and themes. Its just that this […]

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WordPress Plugin Competition Q&A

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How do I start writing on the Plugin Blog and submit my ideas for feedback from readers? After you have registered yourself on the Plugin Blog or if you already have a registration but do not have author permissions, please contact us with your details and a little information about the plugin(s) you are planning to enter into the competition and we will enable your account. This is a security precaution and we apologize for any inconvenience. When should I submit my plugin? We recommend that you submit your plugin to us at the end of the competition. This will give you enough time to test the plugin for any bugs and resolve them. You will have time to look into feature requests from your visitors. This will also ensure that you don’t need to submit multiple bugfixes to us. We prefer receiving a single final version for our records. […]

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FAQ On WordPress 2.5 Version 2

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April 9th, 2008
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Although the FAQ on WordPress 2.5 did an excellent job of answering a ton of frequently asked questions, users chipped in via their comments and ended up asking even more questions. This post will try to highlight a few of the questions brought up in that post and explain the answers in more detail. Q. Is there a way to see a count on the number of comments you have total? A. I’ve looked around for that particular detail and it has been omitted from WordPress 2.5. However, the good news is that a ticket has already been made (Ticket #6471) According to the change history, it looks like this will be one of those things that will come along with 2.6 and not WordPress 2.5.1. Q. What happens if i don’t upgrade to WP 2.5? A. This is open to opinion but I’ll point out the obvious. If you […]

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