From Photo Matt: Kubrickr is a tool that lets you replace that giant blue blob at the top of your WordPress 1.5 Kubrick themed blog with a nice photo from Flickr. Simply type some words that relate to your blog and push Submit. Choose one of the photos from the list that appears, and save […]
This tutorial will guide you through adding external RSS feeds to the sidebar of WordPress.
This is a brief explanation of the WordPress’ User Level system (sometimes known as Permission Levels or User Permissions).
Tips For New/Upgraded WordPress Users
So you’ve upgraded to WordPress 1.5 but did you know that the nofollow attribute comes standard? There is no switch to turn it on and off. If you want to turn nofollow off, Tom Raftery has the solution.
This morning, out of the blue, I received an Sorry, you need to enable sending referrers, for this feature to work error when trying to delete a duplicate comment. I haven’t made any recent changes to my installation of WordPress, I haven’t made any recent changes to Firefox including adding or deleting extensions, and I […]
Locating the URL for your category feeds is not always the easiest thing to do with WordPress. TangognaT points out that it’s as simple as adding a ?cat=# of category to the base url for any wordpress feed. So if you wanted to display the RSS feed for category 3, the feed URL would be […]
Robin has compiled a list of links that are particularly helpful in explaining the hows and how-tos of WordPress.
Here’s a good tutorial on adding post specific keywords using the HeadMeta plugin.
Step-by-step guide to skinning WordPress.