My! This is slow. More will follow! Benchmarks Using Google Page Insights, Page Speed at Time 1 I have two… Read more Speeding up WordPress
Blog too big to manage? Does WordPress have plugins to help? I have almost a thousand posts on this blog… Read more Blog too big? Tidy up and make eBooks?
I plan to use Drupal to re-organize this large blog: flowingmotion.jojordan.org. This post lists the beginning steps. Each step… Read more WordPress to Drupal : First steps
Here begins my migration from WordPress to Drupal. Why move from WordPress to Drupal? I don’t advise anyone to move… Read more WordPress to Drupal
In my current mood, I do not recommend the eStore plugin but if you must, pay your money and do… Read more Rebuild eStore on WordPress in half-an-hour
How to use WordPress on your laptop Some basics first. Beginners use the free, hosted WordPress blogs on www.wordpress.com. The… Read more Two Important Tips when using WordPress on a local server like WAMP
A list of 10 steps, or stages, in getting that blog post onto the front page of your magazine theme in Wordpress.
This isn’t a button press version. Simply the 10 major stages so you can break your learning curve up into manageable stages.
I’ve always wanted to let readers download posts, presentations and white papers from my blog, but I didn’t know how.
The answer is a Download Manager. This is how I plumbed mine.
When we move a blog from hosted Wordpress.com to a self-posted platform like Dreamhost, we probably want to move our our blog posts, categories and tags, too. If your old blog is small this is easy. If your blog is large, you may need to move your content in batchs. You need a “splitter program”.
Migrating from WordPress.com to self-hosted My overall goal here is to organize my online assets and my specific goal right… Read more Step 4: Consolidating my online strategy – prepping my WordPress shell to import my blog content