Posts Tagged ‘WordPress Tips’

Tips To Protect WordPress Admin

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August 17th, 2009
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WordPress is pretty secure and they release updates periodically to fix loopholes, to stay safe you should always make sure to upgrade to the latest version of the software whenever they are available.

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Notifying Unconfirmed Feedburner Email Subscribers

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August 7th, 2009
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Feedburner provides users with a easy way to burn RSS feeds and allow users to subscribe to them using either a RSS feed reader or through email, however when a user chooses to subscribe through email, they have to confirm their subscription through a link they will receive in the confirmation email.

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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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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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WordPress For Beginners: Optimizing WordPress Settings

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July 12th, 2009
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Welcome to WordPress, now that you have installed one of the best platform to blog with, there are a few things you might want to tweak and change to get the best out of it.

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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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Does It Matter If I Use 1 Plugin Or 100s Of Them?

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June 19th, 2009
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One of my friends recently asked me a question whether using too many plugins made any difference on how his blogged worked and performed, I thought it best to give that answer to a broader audience, so here goes.

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