• Humor Yourself, Backup Your WordPress Site

    I’m sure you’ve read about if before. Before or after a tutorial on how to improve your site with a script, plugin or just plain regular hack. Read what you ask? To backup first and foremost. As you may have noticed some sites go offline for a while due to serious hardware failure. With a […]

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  • Edit Images in WordPress

    The best way to add a bit of color to your site is by making good use of great imagery. Finding matching images for your posts can be difficult every now and then, but getting those images to show in a consistent manner throughout your site can be a pain. What I mean specifically is […]

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  • Working on Your WordPress Site Behind The Curtains

    A lot of times I hear people asking how to best approach fiddling around with certain design elements in their current theme without their visitors seeing any mistakes they make. A different version of the same question is about wanting to implement a complete new design and layout and optimize it to your liking. Also […]

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  • Eyjafjallajökull shows its true beauty in a time-lapse

    I just came across this awesome time-lapse video on Vimeo demonstrating that beauty, as always, is in the eye of the beholder. I know quite a few people who think not very kindly of that volcano in Iceland because their travels were affected by it, but I hope this clip will provide a different perspective.

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  • Adding Pages to Your RSS Feed in WordPress

    We all like to be kept up-to-date on our favorite WordPress sites. The best way to do so is to subscribe to the RSS feed. Unless you’re using a plugin such as Feedsmith which redirects all your feeds to your Feedburner feed, you have a lot of options to subscribe to. You have the general […]

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  • Everything You Wanted To Know About Custom Post Types

    By now you should be aware that WordPress 3.0 comes shipped with Custom Post Types. It’s a feature that may not be easy to grasp at first, but it holds almost infinite power over what you can do with WordPress. Custom Post Types are not set in stone as to what they exactly are. It’s […]

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  • BuddyPress, Your Next Step?

    A while back BuddyPress 1.2 was released and with it came a bunch of new features to transform your WordPress installation into a full fledged community. You may be at the point where adding a social layer to your site is the logical next step to build a better blog. BuddyPress allows you to build […]

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  • How To: Create More Flexible Widgets

    This is not going to be one of those posts about how to widgetize your sidebar because frankly, if by now you still are not using a theme with widgetized aeras you need start looking for one. This post is about how to use those widget area’s in the smartest way possible. When I say […]

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