What irritates me most about these newspaper writers that like to call weblogs “self-important drivel” is that they visit a few personal blogs and then determine that all weblogs are similar. I think the bottom line is the press is worried that weblogs are going to take away readership. They believe it’s completely unorthodox to […]
I found a very good tutorial on setting up customized category listings. There are 17 different options for list_cats and this explains each one.
This plugin from Ryan Meyers will provide the ability to embed a Flash SWF into your WP post without getting mangled by WP.
Are you having a hard time figuring out how the CSS layout in WP 1.2 is constructed? This tutorial explains each element of the default WP stylesheet giving you the information to redesign the look of your weblog.
Wow, this is a handy and time saving plugin. Just pop it in your plugins folder and activate. Now every URI you or e-mail address you have in the body of the post will automatically be hyperlinked. Kitten’s Project Blog is becoming quite a resource for WP users. Thank you.
From Kitten’s Project Blog, a WP hack to convert your calendar week to begin on Monday.
If you would like to show the total number of posts on your index page simply insert <?php the_author_posts() ?> wherever you would like the total posts. This is assuming you are the only author. If you have multiple authors you will need a hack.
This How-To was found at Weblog Tools Collection and linked to C A R T H I K . N E T on how to import your bookmarks/favorites from your browser into WordPress’ Link Manager.
The Recent Posts Static Plugin writes to a file a list of most recent entries every time you publish, edit, or delete a post. This cuts down your database queries using less resources and bandwidth. Include the text file wherever you want it in index.php.
If your blog entries often include scripture references then you will want the Scripturizer plugin for WordPress 1.2. After installation, whenever you reference a scripture like Mark 1:15 your post will output Mark 1:15.