In my previous post on using thumbnails with WordPress' custom fields
feature, I explained a way to change where WordPress saves images and files you upload from the Write Post/Page page. Generally, any images or files you upload while ...
If you're a WordPress blogger who posts one new post every few days, you might not mind the default navigation menu in the admin/dashboard. But once your blogging volume increases, and you're writing posts, pages, and managing comments and plugins, it becomes annoying that the most common actions, like writing a new post, take ...
(Updated Sept. 9, 2007)
I have compiled a to-do list of plugins that I install and steps that I take to optimize and secure every WordPress site or blog that I create. This list will be updated with new developments or plugins and tips that I discover, so make sure to check ...
Fantastico has now been set up to allow upgrades and installations of WordPress 2.2. So I took the plunge and upgraded almost all of the sites that I manage. Each site took about five minutes, and so far I haven't noticed any problems.
I want to take this opportunity to laud the praises of Fantastico, ...
has suggested a solution
for WordPress blogs where the plugins are working one minute, and the next minute they are not, or where generally strange things are happening.
The suggestion, that worked for them, is to increase your PHP memory. This is why:
PHP is what is used
We bloggers spend a lot of time in the admin section of our WordPress blogs. It can get kind of boring looking at the same blue chunky lettering and design after a while. I decided to install the WordPress NiceAdmin plugin to add some variety to the same 'ol same 'ol.
It is so pretty! ...
I never really look at the main page of my WordPress admin section. It is full of all sorts of stuff that I didn't ask to see, so I just ignore it. But why not put information there that you are interested in, or that helps you with your blogging?
This seems like a really useful plugin that I plan to install soon. The WP Admin Bar Reloaded displays links to the Administration Panel at the top of a blog’s page - but only for users who are logged in and have permission to view the given functions. This is similar to the bar ...
It seems that Learning Wordpress
was launched only a few days ago, but it's really worth checking out. It is (potentially) a well organized database of WordPress plugins. There are main plugin categories, with subcategories listed underneath. Since this is a really new site, many of the categories have nothing listed ...
has set up a new directory for plugins
. Plugins can now be hosted on the WordPress.org site, and are tagged for easier categorization. Plugin authors can see how many times a plugin was downloaded, allows people to leave comments, and has a rating system. From first glance ...