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-Book Review: “Digging into WordPress”

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by Chris Coyier & Jeff Starr (Self Published, 2009, 400 pages) Self published and available in PDF form and as a ‘spiral bound’ book. The two authors really know what they are talking about when it comes to the WordPress blogging program. Good for beginners all the way through to advanced. Something for everybody. Best […]

-Podcasting Options for WordPress

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Vin Thomas at Church Crunch evaluates 3 podcasting options for ministries using the WordPress platform in the following post: “3 Ministry Podcasting Options with WordPress” He looks at and rates the PowerPress and Sermon Browser plugins and then presents a ‘no’ plugin WordPress option. Also deems the PodPress plugin as dated. Some good info here […]

WP Plugin: Freebie Images

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Here’s another WordPress plugin that makes it easy to add pictures and images as you write a post: Freebie Images Once the plugin is installed and activated you are able to drag a picture into post from a side application with over a 100,000 or so free photo’s and images available.  Quite handy! Here’s another […]

Taking Care of Broken Links

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(Image by mansikka via Flickr) Ever click on a link and end up on a 404 page? Everyone has–it is one of those little frustrations that we endure on the net. That’s why it is a good idea every once in a while to check out the links on your own blog. Some suggest that […]

Re: WordPress Plugins—What I’ve discovered.

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(Image via Wikipedia) Q:  Joe Chavez asked: “I was curious to know what other plugins or utilities do you use/recommend?” A: There are literally thousands of plugins available to WordPress.org bloggers. I have personally tried out a hundred or so. At one time I was using nearly 30 but in the process discovered several issues […]

WordPress Users Check This Out!!!: Older WordPress Versions Now Under Attack!

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(Image via CrunchBase) **Note: The current WordPress.org version is 2.8.4  If you are running an earlier version it is definitely time to upgrade—older WordPress versions are now under attack. Thousands of blogs have been hit already—all earlier versions before 2.84  (Note-WordPress.com blogs are not affected). Hackers have Produced some kind of ‘worm’ that attacks all […]

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