Weekend Links for the week ending on 07-18-08
- 21 Ways to Make Your Blog or Website Sticky: All of us bloggers have experienced traffic spikes before from social network sites like StumbleUpon or Digg, but how many of the visitors become regular readers? Here are some tips from ProBlogger, the authority on blogging, on how to make your blog sticky (retain visitors).
- 7 More Techniques to Make Your Blog Sticky: A follow up to the previous link.
- SSL and Cookies in WordPress 2.6: You probably have noticed that WordPress 2.6 has been released with a slew of features. This post explains in detail a couple security features and how to enable them on your WordPress blog.
- How To Turn Off Post Revision In WordPress 2.6: Lester Chan shows you how to turn of Post Revision in WordPress 2.6. In my opinion, the best new feature in WordPress 2.6 is Post Revision support. That said, some people do not like it because it creates full copies of your post on every save, thus leaving unneeded garbage behind.
- Compilation of WordPress Hacks: A consolidated list of popular WordPress hacks. Poke around on the page and you are sure to find something that can enhance your WordPress blog.
- WordPress Theme Directory: Finally, WordPress.org has created a centralized repository for WordPress themes. Though the number of themes is quite small right now, many WordPress theme developers will start to upload their themes to this location as it has the same backing/benefits as the WordPress plugins repository.