One of the main reasons I love Wordpress as a content management system and blogging platform is the availability of free plug-ins. However, with so many plug-ins available, which are the best ones for your site? WPTemplate attempts to remove some of the complexity in the following infographic.
I’m happy to announce a new plug-in for Wordpress that we developed that makes including an embed code within your posts a breeze. It’s simply called Embed Code Generator and can be downloaded for free at the Wordpress Plugin Directory.
DIYtheme’s Thesis Theme for Wordpress is one of the best overall themes you can use in your Wordpress applications. It’s only downfall? It’s pretty plain looking out-of-the-box. This post will reveal some simple steps one can take to customize Thesis, providing your Wordpress driven web site a custom look and feel.
If you thought Wordpress was only useful for blogging, you’re wrong. It also serves as a great content management system. And while Wordpress itself is relatively easy to set up for the intermediate to expert webmaster, it can pose a degree of difficulty for the novice. Not any more. A new service called Page.ly will allow even the most novice webmaster to set up a functioning Wordpress site with custom theme, hosting and email in minutes.
I recently had the misfortune of suffering a series of Malware/Trojan virus attacks on this and some other Wordpress blogs we operate. I had been planning on taking measures to protect our Wordpress applications from potential attacks but like many other things, procrastination took first priority. The attacks are behind us now. And while the attacks ended up being completely unrelated to any Wordpress vulnerabilities, I thought it would be beneficial to list some measures that can be put in place to help prevent “attacks” on Wordpress driven blogs.