I know it's been used before
, but I find it hilarious. I love bad jokes. Okay, here goes:
How many WordPress developers does it take to screw in a lightbulb?
Answer: None! There's a plugin for that.
(In my mind...BWAHAAHAHAHA!! Almost as good as freshly squeezed orange
WordPress site owners have an option under Settings > Privacy to keep their site open to visitors, but block search engines. Very handy when developing a site, or managing a private site that you don’t want the world to see, but you don’t want to have to deal with logins either.
We often use that ...
I know that child themes
and frameworks are all the rage. Especially since the release of TwentyTen
. It's hard to find even one negative post about child themes on the web. I do understand that there are advantages to working with child themes, and they are very tempting. But. Not tempting enough. ...
Generally, the only thing a new Gregorian year (there are other calendars out there too, you know) means to me is that I must remember to write 2010 on checks. But since I’ve been reading so many New Year’s posts on other blogs, it got me thinking about what I have to say as ...
Fancy words aside, a canonical URL is Google's way of identifying a "preferred" URL for your posts to avoid duplicate content. Duplicate content is generally defined as "separate web pages with substantially the same content, which may attract a penalty from search engines."
Wordpress is often criticized for having duplicate content since ...
I just received an email from Matt Mullenweg, founder of Wordpress, letting me know that the "Plugin search no longer sucks". I was so excited that I didn't even notice the typo he later reported on Twitter
According to the official Wordpress site
, Wordpress Plugins directory search is no longer a ...
Being that Wordcamp Israel
was a bloggers conference in Tel Aviv, I'm sure there will be tons of people writing up their reviews in Hebrew. But maybe not quite as many in English, so here goes. This year's ...
We all use Feedburner
to track our RSS subscribers. It's not just to feed that egotistical need to know how many people are hanging onto our every word, but the number of RSS feed subscribers you have is an important metric for indicating the success (or failure) of your blog. It seems ...