After a few months of being online, I have finally opened up the ability to leave comments on this site. You don’t even have to register, simply go to an article and at the bottom you’ll see the form to leave a comment. You must fill out your name and an e-mail address though, as […]
WordPress Tutorials, WordPress Videos, Opinions and Reviews
All posts categorized under WordPress, mostly the posts talk about plugins I use, or recommend, some WordPress tutorials, the occasional WordPress theme related post. Stuff about WordPress I like or dislike and other WordPress related stuff.
I tweet about WordPress regularly, I also participate in the WordPress official forums from time to time and I make surprise appearances at the local WordPress meetups.
I have posted a lot of WordPress videos on Youtube also, and not all of them have a blog post matching here so check those out in my youtube channel if you're looking for stuff you don't find in my WordPress archives.
If you happen to be a writer of any kind, and run your own blog you want to check out these plugins. Even if you’re a casual blogger –that makes you a writer of some kind right? You should find these useful. All of these are very simple to install, there are other alternatives and […]
Nextgen Gallery is awesome, it displays images in your WordPress installation in a way that is very customizable and using the plugin itself is a breeze. Recently it got updated to version 1.3.4 3.1.5 1.4.1. If you’re using a custom template, this upgrade most likely broke your installation. The reason seems to be that the […]
Last night, as I was writing one of the posts for my blogging tutorial series, I wanted a way to get columns working in a post. Newspaper style, or magazine style some may call it. I thought it would be really cool if I could wrap content around short tags that would automatically make columns. […]
Doh. I think I might have over-complicated the idea of a Glossary on WP. Why not create a page named Glossary, then create sub-pages for each term or definition? Advertisements Then I can still let SEO smart links do the autolinking throughout the site. I think this should work and should be easier than my […]
Using a plugin and a simple process, you can easily add a Glossary to WordPress. You’d think that there would be a plugin out there by now to do this. As a matter of fact, there seem to be a few, but none of them really do the job right AFAIAC. If I could and […]