- Get the book “The Art & Science of CSS” at free of cost – Are you a web developer ? Are you a web designer? The you must not leave this offer. I don’t know weather you know about this offer or not. …
- Your PageRank can DIE with WordPress – 17 Ways to Optimize SEO – Recently I’ve been looking back into…
- What drives the evolution of WordPress? – Justin Tadlock published a piece yesterday titled, Be thankful WordPress gets updated which got me thinking about the way WordPress is evolv…
- Twitter Followers vs. RSS Subscribers – Daniel’s note: This is a guest post by Nathan Rice. My personal opinions are slightly different from his when it comes to Twitter followers …
- 10 Things You Need to Know About WordPress 2.7 – As we get closer to the eventual release of WordPress 2.7 (due by the end of the month at last check), it is only natural that we start to f…
Weekend Links for the week ending on 07-25-08
- Enhanced Sidebars with Dynamic Content: Visitors tend to ignore the sidebar because most of sidebar content do not change. I’ve been experimenting with this myself and I was planning to write a similar post but Vandelay Design says it better (for now at least).
- WordPress Tips + Things You Can Do After Installing WordPress: It is more like “Things You *Should* Do After Installing WordPress” both for security purposes and usability.
- How to write a solid and stable WordPress plugin: Mark Jaquith tells us [WordPress plugin developers] how to develop solid and stable WordPress plugins.
- The Deceptively Simple Steps to Persuasive Writing That Works: This technique requires no actual writing ability, but it does work! It’s so simple I can’t believe I never did it until recently.
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.
Weekend Links for the week ending on 07-11-08
- WordPress Template Tags Reference Guide: This is the best consolidated WordPress functions reference guide I’ve ever seen. Not only does it have a slick interface, the page shows available functions, its parameters descriptions, and example usage. This is a golden bookmark for anybody who works on WordPress, WordPress Themes, or WordPress plugins.
- How to Stop Being Invisible: Writing is a difficult task for most, but getting readers for your articles is even more difficult. This post gives insight on why readers read blogs and gives advice on how to make your content more noticeable.
- 7 Ways To Stay Informed And Up-To-Date Online: Do you ever run out of things to talk about on your blog? I’ve found that I get a lot of blogging inspirations from staying informed. These are a list of tools that you can use to help you stay informed of the latest happenings in your niche.
- PHP Speedy Turns WordPress Into Speed Demon: Looking for another way to uberize (read as optimize) your WordPress blog? This post talks about the benefits of PHP Speedy and also links you to other how-to-optimize-WordPress posts.