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Need to Learn WordPress?

October 14, 2010

Remember that little snafoo I had last month with the hacker attack on my WordPress installs? Not only did it take down my blogs but it affected the launch of the WordPress training classes I’d been slaving over. Now we’ve got a new membership management system (Digital Access Pass ROCKS the rest) and even more […]

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Make WordPress More Secure

August 10, 2010

Recently there have been several injection exploit attacks on WordPress through specific hosting companies. Godaddy, Network Solutions, and most recently Media Temple hosted sites were targeted for the attacks. The one I just dealt with on this blog (and 23 of my own and client blogs) was called JohnnyA. It inserted a Javascript that re-directed […]

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Scribe SEO for WordPress

July 9, 2010

I thought I knew quite a bit about search engine optimization until I found this nifty new tool called Scribe. Even though I optimize sites for search engines as part of my daily duties, it can be tedious and there is always more to learn. Unless you do this for a living it’s probably not […]

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Thesis Just Gets Better and Better

November 6, 2009

I am so stoked about the new version of the Thesis theme for WordPress. I’ve been hand coding or tweaking other themes for years and Thesis made that a whole lot easier when it came out, but this new version just rocks. Sure, you might want to do some advanced tweaking using hooks or bring […]

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Supr shorten those URLs

July 8, 2009

Su.pr is fresh out of beta and if you’re a fan of Stumbleupon you’re going to love it. Like most URL shorteners it’s got a bookmarklet to add to your browser so you can quickly shorten a url and send it to Twitter.There’s also a WordPress plugin and you can access the API to work […]

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